DPMM FC coach Steve Kean (R) talks to assistant coach Moksen Mohammad before the team’s training at the Jerudong Mini Stadium in this Nov 27, 2013 file photo. Picture: BT file
BY YEE CHUN LEONG
SINGAPORE - DPMM FC coach Steve Kean said that his team have “lost a bit of confidence” in attack after only picking up one point from their last three games.
The defending champions looked ready to win their first away game of the Singapore League (S-League) season against Warriors FC on Thursday only to see the record nine-time champions salvage a 1-1 draw with a 89th minute equaliser.
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DPMM FC’s Paulo Sergio (R) during last night’s S-League match against Warriors FC at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium in Singapore. Sergio scored the opener but the Warriors would deny DMMM FC the win after a 89th minute equaliser. Courtesy of AKK Design
BY YEE CHUN LEONG
SINGAPORE - DPMM FC snapped their two-game losing streak but were made to wait for their first away win after conceding late on for a 1-1 draw against Warriors FC last night.
Paulo Sergio gave the Brunei side the lead in the 60th minute but S-League debutant Marijan Suto scored the equaliser in the 89th minute to see both teams share the spoils at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium in Singapore.
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Busiido BJJ Club’s Nobel Lee dominating his opponent during the Copa De Bangkok BJJ Tournament in Thailand last year. Lee and Mohd Rasimoon Hj Adinin will represent the club this year. Picture: Courtesy of Busiido BJJ Club
BY AK FAUZI PG SALLEH
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - BUSIIDO Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Club are set to compete at the Copa De Bangkok BJJ Tournament in Thailand on Saturday.
Ong Chee Mang (L) poses on the podium after he finished second in the DD2 Master Category (125cc) in the third round of the Rotax Max Challenge Asia/Malaysia at the Elite Speedway Plus Circuit in Subang, Malaysia, on Sunday. Picture: Courtesy of Ong Chee Mang
BY NADZIRAH MALEK-WEBB
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - ONG Chee Mang said that consistency has been the key behind his podium finishes at the Rotax Max Challenge Asia/Malaysia tournament.
The Stratos Motorsports racer was second in the DD2 Master Category (125cc) during Sunday’s third round at the Elite Speedway Plus Circuit in Subang, Malaysia after finishing the 20-lap race with an official time of 15:11.327 behind Japan’s top karter Riki Tanioka, who clocked 14:56.741. Singapore’s Peter Chua Peng Chew was third with a time of 15:19.017.
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