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Brunei miss late penalty in dramatic end to AFC U-23 meet (2019)



Brunei Darussalam (L) and Indonesia under-23 players in action. – THE AFC HUB


BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam under-23 forward Naziruddin bin Haji Ismail missed a last-gasp penalty during a 2-1 loss to Indonesia in a dramatic finale of their Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 Qualifiers campaign at the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi on Tuesday.

The youthful Wasps were denied their first point in the competition having lost their opening two games.

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Haji Md Haikal Qarin youngest ever winner in Pro X National Snooker C’Ship

Haji Md Haikal Qarin bin Haji Haironi Hamizin (3rd R) with other winners. – BCSA


BY Fadhil Yunus 


HAJI Md Haikal Qarin bin Haji Haironi Hamizin became the youngest ever winner at the age of 16 in the Pro X National Snooker Championship after he was crowned champion of the tournament at the Billiards Snooker Hall II of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium recently.
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Meteoric rise for Haji Md Haikal Qarin in local snooker scene

Haji Md Haikal Qarin bin Haji Haironi Hamizin poses with his championship trophy and certificate. – BCSA




BY  Fadhil Yunus


HAJI Md Haikal Qarin bin Haji Haironi Hamizin’s meteoric rise in the national snooker scene as the youngest winner of the Pro X National Snooker Championship 2019 came two years after he landed his first major breakthrough in pool.

The fresh-faced teenager, then aged 14, sent shockwaves among the local billiards community when he claimed the 1st Zain 9-Ball Pool Open Championship in 2017 after a 9-2 victory over Pengiran Husairi bin Pengiran Haji Metusain in the final.
Read more: Meteoric rise for Haji Md Haikal Qarin in local snooker scene

Spotlight on TSG Terengganu cycling team at Langkawi tour

TSG Terengganu cycling team




TSG Terengganu cycling team will be under the microscope in the upcoming Le Tour de Langkawi as they enter the fray with favourites’ tag on their backs.

The 24th edition of the tour will start on April 6 in Kuala Lumpur from the Petronas Twin Tower and will end on April 13 in Langkawi.
Read more: Spotlight on TSG Terengganu cycling team at Langkawi tour

Brunei suffer second heavy defeat in AFC qualifiers against Thailand (2019)


Brunei’s Abdul Hariz Herman runs with the ball as Thailand players look on during the AFC Under-23 qualifiers match. – THE AFC HUB


BY Fadhil Yunus

BRUNEI Darussalam under-23 national team suffered another painful defeat for a second successive match in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 qualifiers as they were mauled 8-0 by Thailand at the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi last night.

The youthful Wasps entered the break only one goal down to the Thais but they could not prevent the onslaught when the flurry of goals finally arrived.

Read more: Brunei suffer second heavy defeat in AFC qualifiers against Thailand (2019)


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