CONFIRMED | 1 cheating incident in Palarong Bicol 2015, says DepEd V
|CONFIRMED | 1 cheating incident in Palarong Bicol 2015, says DepEd V|
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The athlete hails from Baliuag Viejo, Minalabac town.
The committee, however, refused to nullify the results of the Palarong Bicol, as only one athlete was proven to have violated the Revised Technical Rules and Regulations and General Guidelines for Palarong Bicol 2015.
Salceda announced in a press conference that he was alerted of the cheating by provincial sports officials of Albay.
In a letter dated March 19, Nuyles wrote to the Chairman of the RSAC seeking an investigation on ten athletes that the province of Camarines Sur allowed to compete.
This was despite their being ineligible to compete.
The coach prayed for RSAC to “declare the event/game winnings of the aforesaid team null and void without prejudice to the filing of administrative sanctions upon erring athletic officials.”