Last Updated on March 18, 2023 by Andrew Pirie

2023 PATAFA Sea Games Trials Partial Results and Review
Held on February 28-March 1 at Phil Sports, Pasig


Evalyn Strikes back at the 2023 PATAFA Sea Games Trials after being dropped by PATAFA

After being removed by PATAFA from the national team. Despite being a SEA Games Bronze Medalist. Evalyn Palabrica has sent a strong message about her performance. Evalyn was the 2021 SEA Games Bronze medalist in the Javelin with 49.07m. Was dropped from the national team at the end of last year’s evaluation.
However, Evalyn has now come out with a 50.26m!!! throw at the PATAFA 2023 SEA Games Trials in Pasig, Phil Sports.
Which breaks the SEA Bronze Standard 49.07m. Hopefully, she will be duly compensated for the months of allowances she has missed as a PSC Priority program medalist athlete if not by the PSC but by the National Federation.

List Athletes hit SEA Bronze Standard for the 2023 SEA Games 


Well Done Feller Dee Ramos of VMUF and Pinoy Athletics Elite Program winning the 200m at the PATAFA SEA Games Trials. A lot of things we need to take back from this experience and work on. Thank you for your support and faith in the program/process, coach Dante Camacho (Sports Director VMUF).


Ramirez is the Top Man

Former National athlete Frederick Ramirez coached by Jojo Posadas (national head coach) and Bato Abangan (former national junior record holder 200m) took the win at the 2023 PATAFA SEA Games Trials at Phil Sports Pasig in the Mens 400m in 47.54. Mr. Ramirez who was a 2019 SEA Games Bronze medalist in 4×400, was removed from the national team at the end of 2022.
Ramirez finished 4th in the 2022 SEA Games just missing the bronze by milliseconds. Frederick who is a student-athlete representing JRU has a personal best of 47.42 sets last year. His time of 47.54 was also just outside the SEA Games bronze mark of 47.46. But he will run again at the Philippines National Open March 22-26. If you’re searching for a reliable betting platform, then sites like are the way to go.

400M Mens

1. Frederick Ramirez (JRU) 47.54
2. Mico Del Prado (National Team) 48.02
3. Kenjay Sequita (National Team) 48.46
4. Edgardo Alejan Jr. (Phil Airforce) 48.64
5. Alhryan Labita (National Team) 48.78
6. Edgar Jan Elona Carado (Adamson) 50.01
*No Personal best in race.

Mau’s Revenge!

Maureen Emily Schrijvers who is coached online by Fil-American Gary Cablayan got her revenge after she was removed by the PATAFA, she defeated every single local-based national athlete in the 400m clocking 55.88 a new 400 PB today at the PATAFA Trials at Phil Sports Pasig.
Schrijver was a SEA Games bronze medallist in both 2019 and 2022 in the 4×400 and 4×400 mixed and was excluded from the line-up of PATAFA at the end of the last year (as per the 2 Page document lineup of athletes submitted to the PSC) meaning the PSC stopped providing a monthly salary.
400m Results Official
1. Maureen Schrijvers (Unattached) 55.88
2. Bernalyn Bejoy (National Team) 56.89
3. Marisol Amarga (University of the Philippines) 58.00
4. Jessel Dialino Lumapas (National Team) 58.35
5. Erica Marie Condes Ruto(Team iSKOLAR) 1:02.30
6. Grace Ann Condes Ruto (Team iSKOLAR) 1:06.89
but most importantly we now get to scream MAU!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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By Andrew Pirie

Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. And Currently is Consultant Coach with VMUF 2021- Current editor and chief of, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is  Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. Currently working towards a Masters Degree in Education. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here

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