he Barangay Napo unexpected from the town of Loon left a mark on the world as the primary general champs of the Bangga sa Kuradang ug Subli sa Sandugo securing the opposition’s top spot on the 162nd Bohol Day last July 22, 2016.
The gathering was granted a trophy and P200,000 for the title and P20,000 for garnish the Kuradang Street Dance challenge.
The unforeseen likewise stowed two minor grants getting 5,000 for each as it was perceived as the Best in Kuradang Pair and the Most Colorful Group.
Specialist Cecilio Putong National High School was the opposition’s first runner-up and Most Authentic Group accepting P150,000 and P5,000, separately, for both honors.
The nearby government unit of Balilihan topped the Sandugo Re-institution class which earned the unforeseen P20,000 while it packed away the second runner-up spot of the opposition and was given P100,000.
In the minor grants section, the Holy Name University was perceived as Best in Costume which earned the gathering P5,000.
The opposition was judged by Felipe Mendoza de Leon, administrator of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, NCCA appointee official executive Marichu Tellano, Shirley Halili-Cruz of the Halili-Cruz school of Ballet, Eric Zerrubo of the University of Santo Tomas Center for Conservation of Culture Property, and Maribel Legarda of the Philippine Educational Theater Association.
Coordinators of the Sandugo Festival already re-built the opposition to make it more established in Boholano feel in move, music, plan, and substance.
The presentation of the kuradang subject was provoked by perceptions from society and legacy lovers taking note of that the opposition has gotten to be like Cebu’s Sinulog merriments and has moped regarding inventiveness.
Bangga sa Kuradang ug Subli sa Sandugo is among various exercises under the month-long Sandugo Festival celebrated and saw by Boholanos from various parts of the nation and travelers.