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Awangku Md Sufi Fakhrullah seals national junior title (2020)



The winners in a group photo. PHOTO: BDTTA


BY Fadhil Yunus

Awangku Md Sufi Fakhrullah bin Pengiran Md Sufian emerged winner of the under-18 boys’ singles category of the Brunei National Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Championship 2020 after he cruised to a 4-1 win over Md Khairuddin Omar in the final at the Menglait Sports Complex recently.

The eventual champion exacted redemption in style after his opponent in the title decider had earlier handed him a 3-1 defeat, which turned out to be his only blemish in Group ‘B’ of the preliminary round.

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Brunei Pegasus in search of first win as losing streak continues (2020)


A Brunei Pegasus player in action during the game against Singapore’s Adroit. PHOTO: THAILAND BASKETBALL SUPER LEAGUE


BY James Kon

Brunei Pegasus continue to look for their first win in the Thailand Basketball Super League 2020 after suffering back-to-back defeats last weekend.

Last Saturday, Brunei Pegasus lost to Luang Prabang 42-92 and were crushed by Singapore’s Adroit 76-119 last Sunday.

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Brunei swimmers make a splash with new national open records (2020)

BY Fadhil Yunus

Brunei Darussalam’s swimmers Ashley Chai and Emma Yusuf etched their names into the record books after they achieved new national open records during the 7th Brunei Sprints Swimming Championships at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex Swimming Pool recently.

Ashley, who performed under the banner of Peak Performance Swim Club, clocked a time of 1:10.51s to set a new national open record in the 100m butterfly. The 19-year-old eclipsed Maria Koh’s 12-year record of 1:12.01s which she recorded at the 2008 Sukma Games in Terengganu.

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Hard work pays off for SEA gold medallist (2020)


Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Major General (Rtd) Dato Paduka Seri Awang Haji Aminuddin Ihsan bin Pehin Orang Kaya Saiful Mulok Dato Seri Paduka Haji Abidin presents the incentive of BND10,000 to Mohammad Adi Salihin bin Roslan. PHOTO: JAMES KON


BY James Kon

After a disappointing last-place finish in the Men’s Nangun for the Wushu event during the 2017 SEA Games, Mohammad Adi Salihin bin Roslan vowed to continue working hard on improving his technique.

Persevering under the guidance of national coach Li Hui, coupled with months of intensive training in China, gave him the much-needed boost to take the gold medal for the combined Nandao and Nangun discipline during the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines.

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