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DST SUPER LEAGUE HEATS UP

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by JASON THOMAS

INDERA Sports Club will be hoping for an unlikely scenario when DST Super League title rivals Royal Brunei Armed Forces Sports Council (MS ABDB) take on Kilanas FC on March 3 - dropped points.
The country's top-tier football competition takes a break this week for the 29th National Day celebrations, but when it resumes next Tuesday, local football fans can expect the action to come raining down thick and fast.
A side brimming with national players, Indera's consistent showing over the past nine weeks has set them up as the only team capable of challenging MS ABDB for this year's trophy.

Indera trail the soldiers by three points heading into the final two weeks, and with MS ABDB collecting 19 points out of a possible 21 so far, their only blemish a 2-2 draw against Majra FC, it might be too much to ask for ninth-placed Kilanas to take more points off the army men.

Majra are currently third in the 10-team table, equal on points with Indera but with one game less …

INDERA SC TUMPASKAN KILANAS FC 4-0

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oleh ABU BAKAR HAJI ABDUL RAHMAN
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Jumaat, 15 Februari. - Pasukan Indera SC terus mengukuhkan kedudukan di tempat kedua Liga Super DST 2012/2013 sekalipun ketiadaan aksi tonggak utama, Hamizan Aziz Sulaiman, dengan menumpaskan pasukan Kilanas FC dengan jaringan 4-0. 
Pasukan Indera SC yang kini mengalami kurangnya keserasian pemain selepas beberapa pemainnya diserapkan kepada pasukan kebangsaan terus berusaha memberikan penampilan yang terbaik dan hasrat mengutip tiga mata penuh adalah menjadi matlamat mereka di akhir perlawanan. 
Haji Omar Haji Md. Jamil selaku Ketua Jurulatih Pasukan Indera SC mengakui beberapa pemain pasukannya kini menjalani latihan bersama pasukan kebangsaan dan ketiadaan berlatih bersama sedikit sebanyak menggugat keseimbangan mereka. 
Namun apa yang lebih penting katanya di setiap perlawanan mereka mestilah menang dan keadaan itu diharap akan berterusan hingga ke akhir liga terutama dalam dua baki perlawanan terakhir iaitu menentang pasukan MS PD…

INDERA SC WHIP KILANAS FC 4-0

Indera SC cemented second place in the DST Super League standings with a 4-0 drubbing of Kilanas FC at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium yesterday.

Kilanas FC were unlucky to be down 1-0 at the break after Mohd Razi bin Hj Lamit put through his own net in the 39th minute.
But an improved second half from Indera SC saw Mohammad Aqmal Hakeem Abd Hamid net just three minutes after the restart, before the league’s top scorer, Mohammad Azwan bin Ali Rahman, scored just moments later.
Azwan provided the icing on the cake with a goal in injury time and ensured Indera SC were still clinging onto the coattails of MS ABDB, who look a shoo-in to claim the title with two games left to play and a three-point lead at the top of the table.

AZWAN BAGS BRACE IN INDERA WIN

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by AK FAUZI PG SALLEH
CAPTAIN Mohammad Azwan Ali Rahman scored a brace as he led Indera Sports Club (SC) to a 4-0 thrashing of Kilanas FC in the DST Super League yesterday.
The victory saw last season's DST FA Cup finalist moved within three points of leaders, and reigning DST FA Cup champions, Royal Brunei Armed Forces Sports Council (MS ABDB).
With MS ABDB not in action this week, and with only two more games to play, Indera desperately needed a win to put pressure on their bitter rivals and they did just that at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas.
The performance of Indera goalkeeper Ak Omar Nur Aqammadin Pg Salehuddin, who saved a penalty in the game, was particularly notable, making a number of great saves to maintain his team's lead after Kilanas midfielder Mohd Razi Hj Lamit's own goal had put Indera in front.
"It was a very important win for us and I am very happy that we managed to get three points," said Indera's coach Hj Omar Hj Mohd Jamil…

INDERA LEAD IN FINAL STRETCH OF DST SUPER LEAGUE RACE

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by JASON THOMAS

THE sixth week of the DST Super League will forever be remembered for one result; Indera Sports Club 20 Najip FC 1.
Filled with a team of national players such as Azwan Ali Rahman, Mohd Afi Aminuddin, Md Nur Ikwan Othman and Hamizan Aziz Sulaiman, it was little surprise the league-leaders were able to beat the basement dwellers.
Najip have yet to pick up a point all season and are understood to be thinking about dropping out of the league.
What was surprising, though, was the manner in which Indera steam-rolled over their lowly opponents.
Many thought the scoreline was a typo, and after some reflection, questions were asked as to whether Najip had the required quality to compete in the country's top-tier league.
Najip put out a second-string side and it showed with the players defending like schoolboys and unable to even clear the ball.
Though not as dramatic, another notable result was the 2-2 draw between the Royal Brunei Armed Forces Sports Council (MS ABDB) and Majr…

MS ABDB VIEW INDERA AS TITLE THREAT

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by AK FAUZI PG SALLEH

ROYAL Brunei Armed Forces Sports Council (MS ABDB) manager Major Azaman Hj Husin yesterday claimed rivals Indera Sports Club are their only threat to their DST Super League title ambitions.
MS ABDB clinched their first silverware of the season when they defeated DST Super League leaders Indera Sports Club 1-0 in the DST FA Cup final in December, so the two teams are certainly no strangers.
Third in the 10-team table, MS ABDB currently trail Indera on goal difference and with only three rounds of action left, have a good shot at winning the league.
Speaking to The Brunei Times ahead of his team's clash against basement dwellers Najip FC tonight, Major Azaman said that Indera were the only team capable of stopping their charge for a double.
"I think that Indera and us have that gap over the Royal Brunei Police Force Sports Council (MS PDB) and Majra FC," said Major Azaman of the second and fourth-placed teams.
"It will be difficult to think the two of …