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Sunday, 30 August 2009

Better luck next time for Bruneian golfers

2009-08-30 BRUNEIAN duo Pg S Hassanal Al Haj and Faiz Damit failed in their mission to qualify in the Omega Mission Hills World Cup, but there were no hard feelings for the professional golfers."We will just take this as a learning experience for future...

Can 88 Trading Co dim Summerstars in final?

2009-08-30 IT WAS an awesome night for 88 Trading Company, who outplayed Awesome 76-71 in the semi-finals of the Youth Basketball Championship (BYBC) Under-18 tournament to book themselves a final date with Summerstars.Wong Ha Shiong led 88 Trading Co with...

Manjaro Cup to start next month

2009-08-30 MORE than 15 teams have registered for the Filipino Amateur Basketball (FAB) 3rd Manjaro Cup which will start on Sept 5.According to tournament organiser Gabriel B San Pablo, 15 teams have already registered for the 37-years-old and below category...

Saturday, 29 August 2009

Bekombo downs DPMM FC

2009-08-29 PAUL BEKOMBO'S goals either side of half-time helped Thai side TTM Samut Sakhon to a 3-1 win over DPMM FC in their Singapore Cup first leg quarter-final match last night.The 2005 Thai Premier League champions had not scored any goals in their last...

Game over for Brunei golfers

2009-08-29 THE Bruneian pair of Pg S Hassanal Al Haj and Faiz Damit tried their best but it was not good enough to earn them one of the three spots on offer to the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in Shenzhen, China, which is scheduled for Nov 26-29.Carding a six...

Brunei skaters to compete in S'pore

2009-08-29 IN-LINE skaters Md Shopian Said and Md Samsul Mohamed will represent Brunei at the inaugural Singapore Extreme Championship today. A source close to the skaters said that another skater, Bahrumnuddin Hj Jaili, might also take part if he could...

BYBC: Aii Sdn Bhd cruise into semis

2009-08-29 AII SDN BHD cruised to a 72-35 victory over Blackjack in a lopsided quarter-final of the Brunei Youths Basketball Championship (BYBC) at Seria's New Village basketball court yesterday.Aii Sdn Bhd's Choo Yung Kang and Lim Yi Chen had 13 and 12 points...

Friday, 28 August 2009

Capt Esmond and Co eye ABL

2009-08-28 NATIONAL team captain Esmond Tan and his Brunei teammates hope to be part of the Barracudas side that will represent the nation in the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) which is scheduled to start in October.A prolific player, Tan told The Brunei Times...

Brunei golfers not giving up just yet

2009-08-28 THEY might be down, but Pg S Hassanal Al Haj and Faiz Damit were definitely not out yet.The Brunei duo fell further behind after the second round of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup Asian Qualifier posting a score of six-over 77 yesterday at the...

Can DPMM FC tame Thais?

2009-08-28 DPMM FC will try to stop Thai side TTM Samut Sakhon from wrecking too much havoc with their passing game in their Singapore Cup first leg quarter-final at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore at 7.30 today. Eager to get back on their winning ways,...

Thursday, 27 August 2009

Brunei golfers 12th after first round

2009-08-27 BRUNEI duo Pg S Hassanal Al Haj and Faiz Damit ended the first round of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup Asian Qualifier six shots off Filipino leaders Mars Pucay and Angelo Que at the Seri Selangor Golf Club in Malaysia.Yesterday's result put them...

BWF to send five athletes to China

2009-08-27 THE Brunei Wushu Federation (BWF) yesterday announced their athletes are currently in training for the 3rd Asian Indoor Games in Hanoi, Vietnam and the 25th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Vientiane, Laos.In a press release issued by the federation...

Wednesday, 26 August 2009

JCT, Batu Satu share cricket title

2009-08-26 THE Jerudong Cricket Team (JCT) and Batu Satu were declared co-champions after the final match of the T12 cricket tournament was abandoned due to bad weather last Sunday.It was the first time that the Brunei Darussalam Cricket Association (PKNBD)...

Team Wayne 3 notch first win

2009-08-26 TEAM WAYNE 3 opened up their title campaign on a high note last night with a 66-52 victory over Charity C in the Goh Hock Kee (GHK) Trophy Mens (6 + 6) basketball tournament at the Chung Hwa Middle School basketball court in Tutong.Banking on the...

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Sultanate to name 7s team soon

2009-08-25 THE national rugby team for the upcoming Brunei 7s will be announced within the next two weeks, said a Brunei Rugby Football Union (BRFU) official yesterday.BRFU's director of International Relations Ainol Razman said that the squad for the Oct 24-...

Brunei out to make history

2009-08-25 BRUNEI are ready to battle their way into the history books when they tee off for three available spots at the Omega Mission Hills World Cup during the Asian qualifying starting at the Seri Selangor Golf Club here tomorrow.Brunei, represented by Pg...

No Charity for Soon Lee

2009-08-25 CHARITY A got their Goh Hock Kee (GHK) Trophy Men's (6+6) basketball tournament campaign off to a winning start with a 72-63 result over Soon Lee in the first match of the competition last night.The second match of the night saw KOF ease past KMH 95...

Monday, 24 August 2009

Babes Boutique take crown

2009-08-24 BABES BOUTIQUE were crowned champions of the 2009 Brunei Pepsi Cup after defeating Linktech 94-79 in the final at the Brunei Basketball Association court in Batu Bersurat last night.Majomar Aying led Babes Boutique with 27 points and Don Dadis...

S-League: Simunic ponders DPMM FC formation change

2009-08-24 DPMM FC might have felt robbed of a point during their 4-3 loss to Geylang United FC in Saturday night's Singapore League (S-League) action, but at least they can take some positives away from their sixth loss of their debut campaign. The Singapore...

Sunday, 23 August 2009

DPMM FC go down fighting

2009-08-23 DPMM FC head coach Vjeran Simunic said he was disappointed his team could not return from last night's Singapore League (S-League) game against Geylang United FC with a share of the spoils.Brunei's only professional football club lost 4-3 to Geylang...

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