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Brunei climb two places in FIFA rankings (2021)

BY Fadhil Yunus

The Brunei Darussalam national football team climbed two places up to 189th in the latest rankings released by world governing body FIFA on Wednesday.

It marked the national team’s lowest position in more than three years since they achieved the ranking of 184th in the world in October 2017.

Read more: Brunei climb two places in FIFA rankings (2021)

Strengthening ties with bowling (2021)

BY Fadhil Yunus

Hajah Jarah binti Haji Sulaiman won the Queen of the Lanes Challenge Trophy held in conjunction with the sixth anniversary of the Queen of the Lanes (QotL) at the iBowl Utama Bowling in Jalan Tutong on Sunday.

The bowler recorded 702 pinfalls to secure the women’s singles title ahead of Hajah Mastura binti Haji Sulaiman who totalled 690 pinfalls followed by Cynthia with 660.

Read more: Strengthening ties with bowling (2021)

Teams shake off rust with tune-up games (2021)

BY Fadhil Yunus

Four local futsal teams stepped up their preparations ahead of a new domestic season in a series of tune-up games called the ‘Four Corner Futsal Match’ at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) Sports Complex on Sunday.

The four teams – BIBD, Shah United, Almerez and Kasuka – played in preseason games to refine their tactics and shape.

Read more: Teams shake off rust with tune-up games (2021)

Team Kyojins crowned winners in handball meet (2021)

BY Fadhil Yunus

Team Kyojins were crowned champions in the boys’ youth category of the Brunei Handball Federation (BHF) Mini League (Series 1) 2021 after a dramatic 10-9 victory over Team Armada in the final at the Multi-Purpose Hall of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex on Friday.

With both teams locked in a tactical battle and the tie threatened to go either way, a Kyojins player scored the decisive winner in the closing stages to seal victory.

Read more: Team Kyojins crowned winners in handball meet (2021)

Tubowlculosis, bowling meet champs (2021)

BY Fadhil Yunus

Tubowlculosis from the National Mycobacteriology Reference Laboratory emerged winners of the Interlaboratory Bowling Tournament after amassing 1,500 pinfalls at the Golden Bowling Company in the Airport Mall, Berakas recently.

Bloodstream Bowlers from the Blood Donation Centre finished runners-up with a total of 1,395 pinfalls while Virolicious De’ Legends from the National Virology Reference Laboratory was placed third with a total of 1,337 pinfalls.

Read more: Tubowlculosis, bowling meet champs (2021)


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