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Pennock wants team to become league champions

DPMM FC head coach Adrian Pennock (L) instructs his players during a training session at the Jerudong Mini Stadium. PHOTO: FADHIL YUNUS



DPMM FC head coach Adrian Pennock expressed his desire to win the AIA Singapore Premier League championship title ahead of their highly anticipated clash against Warriors FC at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas tonight.
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AAC beat Panaga 4-0 in football friendly

Panaga and AAC players in action during the game. PHOTOS: DANIEL LIM


BY Daniel Lim


Anthony Abell College (AAC) beat Panaga School 4-0 in a friendly football match at the Panaga Club football field in Seria recently.

Sixteen students from Panaga School led by head coach Andy Mckay, and nine from AAC led by education officer Abdul Hakim bin Haji Ahmad as coach took part in the match. The friendly match aimed to strengthen relationship between the Year 7 and 8 students from both schools and help them hone their football skills.
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Brunei team vow to do best at tug-of-war meet

The tug-of-war team members with officials at the Brunei International Airport. PHOTO: JAMES KON




Brunei Darussalam’s tug-of-war team is vying to do their best at the 14th Asian Tug-of-War Indoor Championships 2019 in Ayutthaya, Thailand from September 13-16.

The national team coach Haji Sallih bin Osman shared that his team will give their best despite not having enough time to prepare.
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12 students Japan bound for JENESYS youth sports exchange

BY Lyna Mohamad

Acting Director of Youth and Sports Mariam binti Ulat and Second Secretary at the Japan Embassy in Brunei Darussalam Atsushi Aoki with the students at the Brunei International Airport. PHOTO: LYNA MOHAMAD


Twelve students who will be part of the JENESYS (Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth) Inbound Programme on Youth Sports Exchange (Rugby) left Brunei Darussalam for Tokyo, Japan on Thursday night.
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