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Jinadasa eyes series of friendlies next year

The national sepak takraw team in a group photo at the 31st King’s Cup Sepak Takraw World Championship 2016 in Bangkok yesterday. Picture: Courtesy of Md Isa Hj Marsidi


BY AK FAUZI PG SALLEH

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - NATIONAL netball coach Thilaka Jinadasa has lined up three friendly series for the national team as they prepare for two major tournaments next year.
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National sepak takraw team still in hunt for first win at King's Cup

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The national sepak takraw team for the doubles event in the Premier Division in a group photo yesterday. Picture: Courtesy of Md Isa Hj Marsidi



BY YEE CHUN LEONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE national sepak takraw team are still looking to get into the win column at the 31st King’s Cup Sepak Takraw World Championship 2016 in Thailand after dropping all their matches in the doubles event of the Premier Division.

The team of Abdul Hadi Ariffin Matali, Ismail Ang and Zatie Hidayat Saidi started the event with a 2-0 (17-21, 15-21) defeat at the hands of Laos on Tuesday at the Fashion Island Mall in Bangkok.
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HRH seeks more from Rio Olympics trio

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National shuttler Jaspar Yu Woon Chai (L) and his coach to the Rio Olympics Mohammad Zuno Kartono Ali during the post-mortem meeting at the Conference Room of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas yesterday. Picture: BT/Yusri Adanan



BY YEE CHUN LEONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - HIS Royal Highness Prince Hj Sufri Bolkiah, President of the Brunei Darussalam National Olympic Council (BDNOC), wants Brunei’s trio to the Rio Olympics to stay committed and continue to work hard to improve themselves further.

The sultanate was represented by sprinters Md Fakhri Ismail and Maizurah Abdul Rahim and shuttler Jaspar Yu Woon Chai at the biggest sporting stage in the world in Rio de Janeiro. The post-mortem meeting for the Aug 5-21 competition was conducted by the Department of Youth and Sports (JBS) yesterday.
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Fight till the end, HRH urges team

BY YEE CHUN LEONG 

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - HIS Royal Highness Prince Hj Sufri Bolkiah, president of the National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam (NFABD), urged the national football team to fight till the end when they take on Laos in their final game of the AFF (ASEAN Football Federation) Suzuki Cup qualifiers in Cambodia tomorrow.
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Wasps go down to Cambodia in AFF qualifiers

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Brunei's starting lineup against Cambodia in the AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 qualifiers last night at the National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh. Picture: Courtesy of Mike Wong




BY YEE CHUN LEONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE national football team’s chances of qualifying for the AFF (ASEAN Football Federation) Suzuki Cup 2016 took a huge blow after falling 3-0 to Cambodia last night.

The Wasps never recovered from conceding twice in the opening 10 minutes of the rain-marred encounter, thanks to goals from Prak Mony Udom and Keo Sokpheng before the former added another late in the opening half at the National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh.
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