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DPMM FC rivals Tampines Rovers suffer AFC Cup exit (2019)


A Hanoi FC player dribbles the ball as Tampines Rovers FC players chase. – AFC


BY Fadhil Yunus

DPMM FC fierce rivals in the AIA Singapore Premier League Tampines Rovers FC narrowly missed out on a berth in the ASEAN Zonal semi-finals of the AFC Cup after they were unseated as the best runners-up team by Becamex Binh Duong on the last day of the campaign.

The Singapore-based side only tasted defeat once in six group stage games but the solitary defeat proved fatal to their hopes of progressing further in the competition.

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Gladiators crowned TDAFA League champions (2019)


Gladiators Force FT in a group photo. – NFABD



BY Fadhil Yunus

GLADIATORS Force FT emerged champions of the Tutong District Amateur Football Association (TDAFA) League after defeating Tutong Hotspurs 3-1 in the final match at the Tutong Sports Complex recently.

Tutong Hotspurs opened the scoring in the 24th minute through Hanafizul Helmi bin Hanafiah. However, Mohd Isa bin Haji Bahar replied for Gladiators in the 33rd minute as either side could not be separated at the interval.

Read more: Gladiators crowned TDAFA League champions (2019)

Spartan Race competitor eyes US, Greece meets (2019)


Zulkarnean bin Haji Tohara on the podium. – SPARTAN


BY Khairil Hassan

MANY have heard of the Spartan Race and the difficult obstacles that the Spartans had to undergo. Bruneians too have joined the race and even took podium positions.

Zulkarnean bin Haji Tohara, a 46-year-old Production Operations Officer working offshore for Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd, is one of the athletes from Brunei actively participating in the Spartan Race all over the region.

Read more: Spartan Race competitor eyes US, Greece meets (2019)

Three attend netball umpiring camp in Hong Kong (2019)


FROM LEFT: Brunei Netball Association (BNA) representatives Enddy Suwardey bin Ahis, Mohammad Affendi bin Abdul Rahman and Asmawi bin Haji Sulaiman pose with their certificates. – BNA


BY Khairil Hassan

THREE representatives from the Brunei Netball Association (BNA) attended the Asian Netball Federation (ANF) Umpiring Camp at the Southeast China Athletics Association and Olympic House in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong from May 11-12.

They were Asmawi bin Haji Sulaiman, Enddy Suwardey bin Ahis and Mohammad Affendi bin Abdul Rahman.

Read more: Three attend netball umpiring camp in Hong Kong (2019)

Local cueist grabs fifth place in Sarawak meet (2019)


Md Hasrijam bin Haji Hasan with his medal and cash prize. – SWAN CITY RECREATIONAL CLUB SIBU



BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam cueist Md Hasrijam bin Haji Hasan was placed fifth in the Swan City Invitational Snooker Championship at the Executive 3 Snooker Centre in Sibu, Sarawak recently.

The snooker player, one of four Bruneians who competed in the Sarawak meet, exited the quarter-final stage after a narrow 4-3 defeat to eventual champion Ricardo Sim.

Read more: Local cueist grabs fifth place in Sarawak meet (2019)


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