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Prince ‘Abdul Mateen leads Red Team at Richard Mille Polo (2019)


His Royal Highness Prince ‘Abdul Mateen in action




BY Khairil Hassan

THE Richard Mille Polo Tournament started on Tuesday at the Royal Brunei Polo and Riding Club in Jerudong.

His Royal Highness Prince ‘Abdul Mateen’s Red Team is the current leader in the tournament.

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DPMM FC make positive change as Razimie helps seal home win (2019)


DPMM FC forward Razimie Ramlli. – FADHIL YUNUS


BY Fadhil Yunus

DPMM FC head coach Adrian Pennock’s positive approach of bringing on Razimie Ramlli as a replacement for the injured Yura Indera Putera proved to be a tactical masterstroke during the 3-0 win over Geylang International FC at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium last week.

The forward made an instant impact after he helped the Gegar Gegar men win a penalty and scored his side’s third goal during a memorable debut.

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Anis Sabrina bags silver in Malaysia fencing meet (2019)


Hajah Anis Sabrina binti Haji Yahya (C) with teammates and coach



BY Khairil Hassan

HAJAH Anis Sabrina binti Haji Yahya of Laksamana College of Business bagged silver in the Individual Women’s Sabre event of the 3rd ASEAN University Fencing Championship 2019 in Nilai University, Malaysia last weekend.

Anis Sabrina beat Singapore’s Rachel Mark 15-9 in the second round, before advancing to the quarter-final against top seeded compatriot Wardatul ‘Izzah Ramzuna. She overcame her teammate 15-8 to book her place in the semi-final. Anis defeated Cambodian fencer Nich Sorn 15-12 in the last four, but eventually lost to Malaysia’s Tai Li Suet 15-12 to settle for silver.

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