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SOBD team leave for Jakarta

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SOBD advisor Hj Mahrub Hj Morni (2nd L), head of delegation Pg Hj Rambli Hj Bunut (3rd L) and other members of the SOBD delegation pose for a group photo at the Brunei International Airport prior to leaving for Jakarta to compete at the 6th TAFISA World Sports for All Games 2016 yesterday. Picture: BT/ Ak Fauzi Pg Salleh




BY AK FAUZI PG SALLEH

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - SPECIAL Olympics Brunei Darussalam (SOBD) left the sultanate yesterday to compete in today's 6th TAFISA (The Association For International Sport for All) World Sports for All Games 2016 in Indonesia.

SOBD is sending four athletes to compete in two events, singles and unified team, at the two-day tournament at the Taman Impian Jaya Ancol in Jakarta.
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BRFU Premiership semi-finals kick off

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A Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) Sharks player (L) runs with the ball during a Brunei Rugby Football Union (BRFU) Premiership game earlier this year. Picture: BT/Ak Fauzi Pg Salleh




BY AK FAUZI PG SALLEH

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE Brunei Rugby Football Union (BRFU) Premiership 2016 continues today with the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) Sharks taking on the Knights Rugby Football Club in the first semi-final at the Sungai Kebun Sports Complex in Lumapas.

Defending champions Kukris will meet the Bandar Blacks in the other last-four match at the same venue tomorrow — with both games set to kick-off at 4pm.
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Brunei lose first friendly

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Brunei’s Hairol Azaman Shah Abdullah (R) and Malaysia Under-22’s Amirul Hisyam Awang Kechik (C) vie for the ball as Brunei’s Najib Hj Tarif (L) looks on during their international friendly at the Paroi Stadium in Negri Sembilan, Malaysia, last night. Picture: Bernama



BY YEE CHUN LEONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THERE is a lot of work to be done for the national football team after slipping to a 2-0 defeat to Malaysia’s Under-22 team in the first of their two friendly matches last night.

Syafiq Ahmad netted twice in the space of 10 minutes after coming on as a second half substitute at the Paroi Stadium in Negri Sembilan, and Brunei assistant coach Ali Hj Mustafa said there is plenty of room for improvement ahead of next week’s AFF Suzuki Cup 2016 qualifiers in Cambodia.
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Petanque team gearing up for Borneo tourneys

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The national petanque team pose for a group photo during the Borneo Cup Petanque Championship and Borneo Inter-Club Petanque Championship at the Petanque Pitch of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex in Berakas last December. Picture: Courtesy of Brunei Darussalam Petanque Federation



BY AK FAUZI PG SALLEH

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE national petanque team are set to compete at next month’s Borneo Cup Petanque Championship and Borneo Inter-Club Double Petanque Championship in Miri.

Brunei will be sending 16 players to the Nov 26-27 tournament that is set to attract the best petanque players from all over Borneo.
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Takraw team rues missed opportunity

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The 5th Asian Beach Games contingent upon their return to Brunei at the Brunei International Airport on Tuesday night. The team finished with a joint bronze medal in the trio event but felt they could have had another podium finish in the regu event if they had more players. Picture: BT/Yee Chun Leong



BY YEE CHUN LEONG

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - THE national sepak takraw team felt that could have fared better at the 5th Asian Beach Games in Vietnam if they had a full squad for the competition.

They returned to the sultanate late Tuesday night with a joint-bronze medal from the trio event after losing 2-1 (21-19, 5-21, 14-21) to Myanmar in the semi-finals on Sept 26.
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