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Brunei duo sign to One Warrior Series


Brunei Darussalam’s MMA exponents Eazy Anuar (L) and Nurhidayat Haji Abdul pose with the national flag. – KHALIFA MMA



BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam mixed martial arts (MMA) exponents Eazy Anuar and Nurhidayat Haji Abdul have signed to One Warrior Series under the One Championship flagship in a significant development for the mixed martial arts scene in the country.

The Khalifa Mixed Martial Arts duo joined local MMA exponent Adib Sulaiman who signed up for One Warrior Series Season 2 last year.

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ITF top Group ‘D’ in Al Idrus league

ITF players in a team photo. – AL IDRUS SPORT CLUB

BY Fadhil Yunus 


ITF moved to the top of Group ‘D’ in the Al Idrus Football League Championship after thumping basement dwellers Manggis FC 6-1 at the Sungai Kebun Sports Complex Field recently.

The new league leaders replaced SM FC, who they shared the same number of points with seven, but stole top spot on virtue of goal difference.
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DPMM FC enjoy winning start in Premier League debut


DPMM FC in a group photo. – NFABD


BY Fadhil Yunus

DPMM FC marked their DST Premier League debut with an emphatic 4-0 victory over Rimba Star FC at the Jerudong Park Mini Stadium on Tuesday night.

The Jerudong-based club included Singapore Premier League star Muhd Azwan bin Ali Rahman, Abdul Azizi bin Ali Rahman and Md Azim Izamuddin bin Haji Suhaimi in their starting line-up.

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Brunei Veteran Basketball Team join KL tourney


Group photo of the Brunei Veteran Basketball Team during the handing over of sponsorship from Ong Tze Keu. – JAMES KON



BY James Kon

THE Brunei Veteran Basketball Team of 50 years and above will be taking part in the 2019 International Invitational Basketball Tournament in Kuala Lumpur from January 10-12.

Organised by Persatuan Penduduk Pandamaran P Kelang, the tournament will see the participation of teams from China, South Korea, Timor Leste, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and the host Malaysia.

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Kickboxing champion highlights importance of continuous training

Hajah Noreen binti Nur Haji Muhammad with her kickboxing peers at 018 MMA Gym. – FADHIL YUNUS

BY Fadhil Yunus 


BRUNEI Darussalam female kickboxing champion Hajah Noreen binti Nur Haji Muhammad has stressed the need for continuous and consistent training.

The local kickboxer won her first professional fight in Borneo Martial Arts Expo at the Palm Beach Resort and Spa in Labuan. She won her sixth bout in the competition to claim the belt.

“Every individual needs to give full commitment in training as without it, it will be difficult. Once you give your 100 per cent, only then you can see the output,” said Hajah Noreen Nur in an interview with the Bulletin at the 018 Mixed Martial Arts Gym in Serusop.
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