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Brunei suffer third consecutive loss

Brunei Darussalam’s Mohd Zainul Ashyraf in action during the SEABA Pre-Qualifier for the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup against Singapore. – FIBA


BY Fadhil Yunus 


BRUNEI Darussalam national basketball team showed signs of improvement despite falling to their third consecutive defeat in a 96-40 loss to Singapore at the SEABA Pre-Qualifier for the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup at the Stadium 29 in Nonthaburi, Thailand yesterday.
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Brunei officials to referee U-19 matches

Acting Deputy President of NFABD Pengiran Haji Aliudin bin Pengiran Haji Tajuddin in a photo with FIFA Referee Amdilah bin Zainuddin and Assistant FIFA Referee Ali Faisal bin Rosli at the Brunei International Airport in Berakas. – KHAIRIL HASSAN








BRUNEI Darussalam match officials Amdillah bin Zainuddin and Ali Faisal bin Rosli left for Surabaya yesterday to officiate matches in the 2018 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Under-19 Championship in Surabaya, Indonesia to be held from July 1-14.
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Brunei suffer second loss


Brunei Darussalam player Benjamin Sim (L) closely guarded by two Indonesian players. – FIBA


BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam national basketball team suffered their second successive defeat in the SEABA Pre-Qualifier for the FIBA Asia Cup 2021 after losing 116-54 to Indonesia at the Stadium 29 in Nonthaburi, Thailand Wednesday.

The national team fared better in the first quarter compared to their previous showing against Thailand when they limited their opposition to a number of points and also scored more having trailed 30-15.

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Brunei suffer heavy defeat to Thailand


Brunei Darussalam national basketball team in a group photo. – FIBA


BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam national basketball team suffered a heavy 120-37 loss to Thailand in their opening game of the SEABA Pre-Qualifier for the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup at Stadium 29 in Nonthaburi, Thailand Tuesday.

The hosts raced into an 18-0 lead in the first quarter before Brunei showed momentum after notching a 7-0 run aided by Han Kwong Min finally putting the points on the board and Benjamin Sim converting a successful three-pointer and another two points.

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