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WINS FOR INDERA, MS ABDB

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Powerhouses Indera SC and Royal Brunei Armed Forces Sports Council (MS ABDB) made their ascent to the top half of the DST Super League after picking up their second wins last night.

Two-time defending champions Indera took down Tabuan Muda (national Under-23 football team) 2-0 at the Balapan Track and Field of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex in Berakas to jump from fifth to third.

Meanwhile at the Tutong Sports Complex, MS ABDB moved from sixth to fourth after Mohd Fadhli Hj Salleh scored a brace to beat Kilanas FC 2-0.

Both teams are level on six points with the same goal difference.

Tabuan Muda - who are to represent the country at next month’s Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Singapore - are still second in the league with seven points from five games, trailing Najip I-Team by two points.

Their game against Indera was marred by poor crosses, but the latter proved why they are the tournament’s defending champions with two magical deliveries in each half.

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INDERA BEAT IKLS 2-0

DEFENDING champions Indera SC are off to a flying start following a 2-0 victory over IKLS FC in the DST Super League at the Tutong Sports Complex last night. Indera captured the lead in the 13th minute through Ak Mohammad Azrul Ariffin bin Pengiran Haji Metussin and Hamizan Aziz bin Sulaiman confirmed all three points netting his team’s second at the death. IKLS, the team who played the most number of games, dropped to seventh and could find themselves even closer to the bottom when other teams stepped onto the pitch.

INDERA START WITH WIN

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DST Super League titleholders Indera SC started their campaign off with a 2-0 win over IKLS FC in last night’s game at the Tutong Sports Complex. Ak Mohammad Azrul Ariffin Pg Hj Metussin opened the scoring in the 13th minute against the newly promoted IKLS but would have to wait until the 93rd minute until Hamizan Aziz Sulaiman made sure of the points with the team’s second goal. Indera were to open their title defence on April 5 against last year’s runners-up Royal Brunei Armed Forces Sports Council (MS ABDB), but the game was postponed. MS ABDB kicked off their season with a 2-0 win over Tabuan Muda (national Under-23 team) on Sunday to surge to fifth, and last night’s result means Indera have the exact same statistics with their championship rivals.