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Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot prize posibleng umabot ng P370 milyon sa Biyernes

Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot prize posibleng umabot ng P370 milyon sa Biyernes


MAYNILA — Inaasahang aabot ng P370 milyon ang jackpot prize ng Ultra Lotto 6/58 sa Biyernes, Hunyo 30, sabi ng Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) ngayong Huwebes.

Hindi pa rin kasi napanalunan ang jackpot prize ng Ultra Lotto 6/58, na pumalo sa higit P343 milyon nitong Martes. May winning combination itong 28 -19 – 24 – 35 – 38 – 37.

“Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot amount is projected to reach P370M on June 30,” sabi ni PCSO Assistant General Manager for Gaming Arnel Casas sa ABS-CBN News.

Inaasahang pipilahan ang lotto outlets sa Biyernes dahil sa paglobo ng jackpot prize ng Ultra Lotto 6/58.

Gilas in full-force but falls short vs Finland

Gilas in full-force but falls short vs Finland


Gilas Pilipinas came in full force in their second tune-up game in Estonia, but still fell short against Finland.

Not even the presence of Scottie Thompson and Justin Brownlee helped Gilas complete a comeback against the Finns, who escaped with an 89-85 win late Wednesday in Tallinn, Estonia.

It was Gilas’ second straight defeat in their European camp.

Finland exploded from beyond the arc with 13 three-pointers and ruled the rebounding department with 55 boards to hold off Gilas.

Previously, Gilas bowed to Estonia, 81-71.

Thompson played against Finland after recovering from back spasm and naturalized player Justin Brownlee was no longer bothered by cramps.

They aided the nationals to stay within striking distance of Finland most of the game. But it was not enough to topple the Finnish.

From the PBA website

Titan Ocean Gate

Titan Submersible Wreckage Seen For The First Time After Being Recovered From Sea Floor

Debris from the Titan submersible, which imploded last week, has been returned to land. The Associated Press reports that parts of the craft, which includes a section of its white outer shell, have been returned to port in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The debris was recovered from the ocean floor by remote operated vehicles (ROVs). ROVs were also a key part of the initial search for the missing sub. The debris is being recovered as part of the ongoing investigation into what, exactly, caused the catastrophic failure of Titan’s pressure vessel. Various outlets have asked numerous organizations for comment, but many refuse to elaborate on what is still an ongoing investigation.