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Successful BIMP-EAGA team return to rousing welcome

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Minister of Culture, Youths and Sports, Pehin Datu Lailaraja Major General (Rtd) Dato Paduka Seri Haji Awang Halbi bin Haji Mohd Yussof, in a group photo with the Brunei contingent at the Rimba Airforce Base. – AZARAIMY HH



BY Azaraimy HH

THE Brunei contingent that enjoyed a memorable outing at the 9th BIMP-EAGA Friendly Games in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, returned home late Sunday evening via military aircraft at Rimba Airforce Base.

The contingent brought home four gold and two bronze medals from three events.

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Nasi Katok dish out stunning display to bag 3×3 title

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Lim Ting Chai, chairman of Brunei Basketball Association, with Nasi Katok players. – JAMES KON



BY James Kon

NASI Katok cruised to an easy victory in the final of the open category of the 3×3 Basketball Championship over Chicken King, winning 21-7 at Brunei Basketball Court on Sunday.

Chicken King could not stop the Nasi Katok’s towering Zainul, who finished with nine points.

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Isa breaks two national records in world meet

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Muhammad Isa bin Ahmad (2nd left) and Christian Nazario Nikles (2nd right) are currently competing in the 13th FINA World Championships (25m) in Windsor. – BASA



BY Fadhil Yunus

MUHAMMAD Isa Ahmad broke two new national and age group records after clocking a time of 1:04.86 in the men’s 100m breaststroke and a split time of 30.81s in the 50m in the 13th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) at the WFCU Centre in Windsor, Canada on Tuesday.

The elite swimmer finished second in his heats only behind Peter Stevens of Slovenia but was among the slowest groups and therefore failed to meet the qualifying mark for the semi-finals.

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BMA organises second bowling tournament at Utama Bowling

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Champions of the tournament – Ir Headhunters.


THE Brunei Medical Association (BMA) recently organised a bowling tournament which was open to all doctors and medical students at Utama Bowling in the capital.

The tournament which was BMA’s second bowling tournament since 2012 aimed to strengthen relations amongst members of the medical profession.

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Brunei team to play in freestyle football tourney

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The BF3 members in a group photo with BF3 officials along with family members prior to their departure for Philippines. – BF3



BY Fadhil Yunus

A TOTAL of four players will be representing Brunei Darussalam in the Asian Freestyle Football Championship (AFFC) which will set to take place at SM Lanang Mall in Davao, Philippines from December 8-10.

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