Brunei National Lawn Bowls Association (BDNLBA) Vice President Mohd Noor Hj Abdullah (L) and national lawn bowler Abdul Rahman Hj Omar pose for a photo at the 11th Asian Lawn Bowls Championships yesterday. Picture: BT/Nadzirah Malek-Webb
BY NADZIRAH MALEK-WEBB
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - BRUNEI progressed into the semi-finals of the men’s pairs and triples category at the 11th Asian Lawn Bowls Championships after beating Sri Lanka 28-6 and 32-3 respectively yesterday.
The duo of the senior national lawn bowlers Hj Naim Brahim and Mohd Israt Amiruddin Hj Abdul Ghani remained unbeaten in the men’s pairs category after five games and will face either China or Hong Kong in today’s semi-final at the Lawn Bowls Arena of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex in Berakas at 3pm.
Read more: Brunei through to semis at 11th Asian Lawn Bowls Championships
Ong Chee Mang (3rd L) posing with the DD2 Master category trophy at the Rotax Max Invitation Race 2016 at the Sepang International Kart Circuit in Malaysia on Sunday. Picture: Courtesy of Ong Chee Mang
BY AZRI METUSSIN
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - ONG Chee Mang won the DD2 Master category at the Rotax Max Invitation Race 2016 at the Sepang International Kart Circuit in Malaysia on Sunday.
Representing the sultanate at the two-day international event, Ong was crowned overall champion after he finished the 20-lap race with an official time of 17:01.381mins ahead of Johnny Shang from Singapore in second with 17.02.970mins.
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ADN Mixed Martial Arts Academy’s athletes posing after the event at the ISKA K1 and MMA Borneo Amateur Challenge at Borneo Combat Gym in Labuan yesterday. Picture: Courtesy of ADN Mixed Martial Arts Academy
BY AZRI METUSSIN
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - ADN Mixed Martial Arts Academy yesterday concluded their campaign in the 2016 International Sport Kickboxing Association (ISKA) K1 and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Borneo Amateur Challenge by bagging five medals - three gold, one silver and one bronze.
Champions of yestesrday's Forever The First Seven Ultimate Frisbee title in the male category Nazgul (front row) and the female category Adidass (back row). Picture: BT/Aaron Wong
BY AARON WONG
BELAIT - NAZGUL retained the men's Forever The First Seven Ultimate Frisbee title yesterday at Seria's Padang Arena after enduring an early scare against Ahmoris to win 4-1.
The winning combination of Mohd Juzimin Arbi and Md Daniel Syafiq Haikal - awarded as the final's best offensive player and the team's most valuable player respectively - were pivotal in orchestrating Nazgul's comeback from a point down as both teams struggled to find rhythm in very windy conditions.
Read more: Nazgul retain title