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Struggling DPMM FC slip to narrow defeat


Jordan Webb of Warriors FC dribbles the ball during the match. – S LEAGUE


BY Fadhil Yunus

DPMM FC slipped to their seventh defeat in eight league appearances after being edged out 1-0 in the defeat to Warriors FC in the Great Eastern-Hyundai S League at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium in Singapore Sunday night.

According to S League Twitter updates, Warriors FC new boy Andrei Ciolacu came close to scoring in a dream debut in the second minute but his header off Emmeric Ong’s cross was inches wide.

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Kean urges charges to be clinical

File photo shows DPMM FC’s forward Adi Said trying to skip past an Albirex Niigata (S) player in a S League match. - FADHIL YUNUS
File photo shows DPMM FC’s forward Adi Said trying to skip past an Albirex Niigata (S) player in a S League match. – FADHIL YUNUS


BY Fadhil Yunus 

DPMM FC head coach Steve Kean has challenged his charges to be clinical in front of goal following a run of seven league appearances without a win when they meet Warriors FC in the Great Eastern-Hyundai S League at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium in Singapore tonight.
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Shah United begin AFF campaign today

Shah United players and officials in a group picture prior to departure at the Brunei International Airport. - SHAH UNITED
Shah United players and officials in a group picture prior to departure at the Brunei International Airport. – SHAH UNITED



BY   Fadhil Yunus 

BRUNEI Darussalam’s futsal club Shah United FC left for Bangkok, Thailand yesterday to represent the country in the Asean Futsal Federation (AFF) Futsal Club Championship from July 2 to 8.
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National rider receives cycling boost

Ahmad Rifa’ie Haji Johor receiving the bicycle from Nor Azam Ismail. - MOHAMAD ASYRAMISYANIE
Ahmad Rifa’ie Haji Johor receiving the bicycle from Nor Azam Ismail. – MOHAMAD ASYRAMISYANIE



BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam national cyclist Ahmad Rifa’ie Haji Johor received a welcoming boost in his preparations for future competitions following support in the form of a new bicycle in a presentation ceremony at the premises of Awang Tum Tum Cycles in Jerudong yesterday.
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