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Sunday, 21 June 2009

Brunei-Muara are champs again

2009-06-21 BRUNEI-MUARA were crowned champions of the 2009 Youth Sports Festival during the closing ceremony at the National Indoor Stadium of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex in Berakas yesterday.It was no different from the past three editions of...

Belait Pythons win Kamaruddin Cup

2009-06-21 THE Belait Pythons won the Brunei Rugby Football Union (BRFU) Rugby League for the third straight year after beating the Royal Brunei Armed Forces (ABDB) 82-12 at the Berakas ABDB camp yesterday.Winning the Kamaruddin Cup with a game to spare, the...

Saturday, 20 June 2009

Wardun saves the day as DPMM FC win League Cup

2009-06-20 WARDUN YUSSOF answered his critics by pulling off two back-to-back saves in DPMM FC's 4-3 penalty shoot-out win in the final of the Singapore League Cup against Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) FC last night, earning the Bruneians the title of the first...

Brunei win 12 gold medals at Johor Open Masters

2009-06-20 THE Brunei Darussalam Veteran Athletes Association (BDVAA) returned from last week's Johor Open Masters Athletics Championship with an incredible medal tally of 12 gold, 15 silver and eight bronze medals.According to a Press release issued by the...

Clean sweep for Bukhari

2009-06-20 AHMAD Bukhari Hj Emran produced a clean sweep of all the medals up for grabs in the finals of yesterday's 2009 Youth Sports Festival chess competition to win Brunei-Muara another four gold medals in the last day of the biennial tournament.Surprising...

Football: Captain fantastic gives MSSSBD victory

2009-06-20 MD AZWAN ALI RAHMAN's goal in the 42nd minute was enough to give the National Schools Sports Council (MSSSBD) a 1-0 victory over Brunei-Muara in the 2009 Youth Sports Festival's football final at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium, in Berakas,...

Friday, 19 June 2009

19 sports for Asian Para Games

2009-06-19 THE Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) has approved 19 sports for the 2010 Asian Para Games to be held from December 12-19 in Guangzhou, China.The 19 sports approved during the first coordination commission meeting on Tuesday were athletics, archery,...

Watch it live on RTB2

2009-06-19 THE Singapore League Cup final, which pits DPMM FC against the Singapore Armed Forces FC (SAF FC), will be broadcast live by RTB2 today at 7.35pm. The live telecast will be sponsored by NBT Sendirian Berhad, said RTB spokesman Hj Mohd Taha. (YCL4)...

Calling all badminton players

2009-06-19 THE Belait District Badminton Organising Committee will hold a badminton competition next month in conjunction with His Majesty's 63rd Birthday Celebrations at the Brunei Shell Recreation Club in Seria.The badminton tournament will be divided into...

Young swimmers to take plunge at Miri meet

2009-06-19 THE Micia swimming team of Brunei Darussalam have been invited by Gymkhana Miri Club (GCM) of Miri, Sarawak, to participate at the 2nd K K Law Inter-Club Age Group Swimming Championship to be held from June 20-21 at the Gymkhana Swimming Pool, Miri...

Temburong continue gold rush

2009-06-19 TEMBURONG, Brunei-Muara and Belait were the big winners yesterday clinching two gold medals each in the finals of the Pencak Silat Tanding events at the 2009 Youth Sports Festival. As of 11pm yesterday, Brunei-Muara continued to head the medal...

DPMM FC turn to Jerkovic

2009-06-19 VJERAN SIMUNIC (pic) is confident DPMM FC can win their first silverware in the Singapore League (S-League) when his men face the Singapore Armed Forces FC (SAF FC) in the League Cup final at the Jalan Besar Stadium, in Singapore, at 7.45pm today....

Thursday, 18 June 2009

Crowning glory for MSSBD in futsal

2009-06-18 IT was sweet revenge for the National Schools Sports Council (MSSBD) in last night's 2009 Youth Sports Festival futsal final, beating Brunei-Muara 4-2 at the Indoor Stadium of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex in Berakas.MSSBD's 5-4 loss...

Temburong claim their first gold medals

2009-06-18 TEMBURONG picked up their first gold medals of the 2009 Youth Sports Festival, winning the girls' singles and mixed doubles table-tennis titles yesterday.Brunei-Muara and Temburong shared the spoils during yesterday's finals, each winning two of the...

Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Brunei-Muara reign supreme

2009-06-17 THE athletics events of the Youth Sports Festival 2009 came to an end yesterday afternoon even though it was delayed due to a heavy downpour at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas.After yesterday's events, Brunei-Muara were leading the...

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Brunei-Muara dominate track and field events

2009-06-16 THE Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas played host to the first day of the athletics events for hundreds of 2009 Youth Sports Festival competitors yesterday.Nearly all of the 38 athletics events were contested yesterday, with 20 gold...

DPMM FC enter League Cup final

2009-06-16 DPMM FC became the first foreign side to reach the final of the Singapore League Cup last night with a 2-1 win against Woodlands Wellington FC at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore.Vjeran Simunic's men now need just one more win to complete a...

Monday, 15 June 2009

Brunei-Muara draw with Tutong in futsal

2009-06-15 BRUNEI-Muara and Tutong played out to an entertaining 5-5 draw in yesterday's 2009 Youth Sports Festival futsal match in a game which came alive in the second half.With Tutong heading into the break with a 2-0 lead at the Indoor Stadium of the...

Shark, Stingray triumph in Water Polo League

2009-06-15 THE Five Side Water Polo Tournament League 2009 continued yesterday night at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex swimming pool.Shark steamrolled over Barracuda 16-5 while Stingray bounced back to beat Marlin 18-7.The top scorer for the...

DPMM face Woodlands

2009-06-15 DPMM FC find themselves just one win away from the final of the Singapore League Cup but they know they face an uphill task against a tough Woodlands Wellington FC side in tonight's semi-final.The Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore has always been...

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