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Brunei sprinter bags silver in Singapore Open (2019)


Brunei sprinter Muhammad Noor Firdaus Ar-Rasyid bin Haji Mohd Idris poses with his silver medal and the national flag. – BDAF


BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam national sprinter Muhammad Noor Firdaus Ar-Rasyid bin Haji Mohd Idris bagged a silver medal in the 200m event at the 81st Singapore Open Track and Field Championships 2019 after clocking a time of 21.65s at the Singapore Sports Hub in Singapore on Thursday.

The race ended in a photo finish as winner Ngee Ann Polytechnic Reuben Rainer Lee Siong En clocked at 21.64s with Fujitsu’s Kei Takase taking home bronze with a time of 21.66s.

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Youth Silat tourney commences (2019)


PERSIB President Pengiran Haji Mohammad bin Pengiran Haji Ludin unsheathes the ceremonial Keris to officially launch the Brunei Darussalam Youth National Silat Championship



BY Khairil Hassan

A TOTAL of 11 teams are participating in the Brunei Darussalam Youth National Silat Championship organised by the Brunei Darussalam Pencak Silat Federation (PERSIB) at the Indoor Stadium of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex in Berakas that began on Thursday.

The tournament will end tomorrow.

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Labuan, Lawas set to join first Teenage Pencak Silat C’ship (2019)


Vice President I of PERSIB Pengiran Haji Abdul Karim bin Pengiran Haji Metassan at the meeting


BY Fadhil Yunus

THE Brunei Darussalam Pencak Silat Federation (PERSIB) held a technical meeting for the National Teenage Pencak Silat Championship which will be held from today until March 30 at the Indoor Stadium.

The competition, held for the first time, will see the participation of athletes between the ages of 14 and 17.

Read more: Labuan, Lawas set to join first Teenage Pencak Silat C’ship (2019)

Local golfers get professional tips from Thai coach (2019)


Local players in a group photo with Thai coach Khun Ghot. – AK ZAKI KASHARAN



BY Fadhil Yunus

AS PART of preparations for the Brunei Championship 2019 next month, golfers representing Brunei Darussalam attended a training session with esteemed coach from Thailand Khun Ghot.

The three-day training, which concluded on Wednesday, was held at The Empire Hotel & Country Club, the venue for the Asian Development Tour (ADT) sanctioned tournament.

Read more: Local golfers get professional tips from Thai coach (2019)

Knights, Black Mamba triumphant in touch rugby league (2019)


The winners in a group photo. – TRL



BY Yazid Aji

KNIGHTS and Black Mamba emerged champions in their categories of the Touch Rugby League (TRL) which ended last weekend at the Sungai Asam Sports Complex in Kampong Sungai Kebun.

Organised by Pro Event Management, the league saw 10 rugby teams competing, split into six male teams and four female teams. The teams were Knights, Vanguards, PB Jaguars, TTS, Bohemian Sharksody, Grizzlies, Jaguars, Poison Ivy, Hammerheads and Black Mamba.

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