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A BLUNDER by Indera SC goalkeeper Ak Omar Nur Aqammaddin Pg Hj Sallehuddin allowed Majra FC to capture a point in their DST Group Brunei Premier League I (BPL I) match at the Berakas Sports Complex last night.

Under no pressure, the Indera SC goalkeeper hit his kick straight to Majra FC's Md Noor Ridwan Hj Bujang, who made no mistake from point blank to score the 1-1 equaliser in the dying seconds of the match.

It was Indera SC's loss after Hamizan Aziz Sulaiman gave them a slim advantage in the 53rd minute.

Both teams were also down to 10 men in the 18th minute. Majra FC's M Hadiman And Hadi clashed with Indera SC's Abdul Mu'iz Sisa and the referee did not hesitate to hand both players with their marching orders.

Nonetheless, Majra FC manager Hj Mahaddi Hj Mat Zain had no qualms about the ugly way in which his team escaped narrowly.


by Sahrol Daud

Bandar Seri Begawan - Nine-men QAF FC cruised to a 3-1 victory against Indera SC in what was seen as a controversial match at the Berakas Sports Complex last night.

The defending DST Group Brunei Premier League I champion QAF FC's defender Ratano Tuah was given the marching order after receiving a second yellow card for tackling Indera SC's Md Helmi Zambin and QAF FC's Md Shah Azhar Abdullah was punished with a straight red card for a harsh tackle in the second half..

QAF FC who played without any import players proved they are still capable to challenge for the title this season, as they do not wait for long to penetrate the goal against Indera SC.

HardymanAbd Lamit put QAF FC ahead after he coolly headed the ball in resulting from a clearance error made by an Indera SC's defender Abdurahman Assawadiq Ab' Rahim in the 5th minute.

Seven minutes later, Adie Arsham Mohd Salleh, once a strike partner for QAF FC's Cameroonian import Viban Francis Bayong, …


The Royal Brunei Armed Forces' Sports Council (MS ABDB) overcame a slow start to shoot down Indera FC 3-1 in their DST Group Brunei Premier League I (BPL I) match at the Berakas Sports Complex last night.

Dahari Hj Md Yussof, Md Safari Wahit and Ak Md Fakharrazi Pg Hj Hassan scored a goal each for the armymen in the romp. Indera FC's lone goal was scored by Azwan Mohd Salleh.

It was a much needed win to boost the team's morale after their loss against QAF FC in the Champions' Cup last Saturday, according to MS ABDB manager Suhaimi Jamali.

"We were a little disappointed after the defeat on Saturday. So it's a good result to get for the first match to keep the players' spirit up till the next match," he said.

The victory also brings much relief to MS ABDB, whom Suhaimi reveals are having problems upfront.

"Our main striker (Md) Sardillah (Hj Abdullah) is still injured since last season and we do not know when he will be able to return yet. We're sti…