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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Wijaya FC register second win in DST Super League

A Wijaya FC player (L) surges ahead with the ball, closely followed by a Lun Bawang player during their DST Super League match at the Balapan Track and Field in Berakas last night. BT/Sanusi Hussin 
Sunday, May 10, 2015 

WIJAYA FC picked up their second win in the DST Super League with a 3-1 victory over Lun Bawang last night.

The former got off to the best of starts and grabbed the lead through Abd Azim Abd Rasid in the second minute at the Balapan Track and Field of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex in Berakas.

Lun Bawang equalised in the 41st minute through Zaimi Awat but Wijaya regained the lead just two minutes later with Marhazif Ahmad finding the back of the net. Ak Anaqi Sufi Pg Hj Omar put the match beyond doubt for Wijaya after getting his name on the scoresheet in the 88th minute in the triumph. Wijaya move up to third spot with six points to their name from three matches tied with both defending champions Indera SC and the Royal Brunei Armed Forces Sports Council (MS ABDB) but have a game in hand.

Lun Bawang are in ninth position with one point from two matches. The tournament continues on Tuesday with Indera SC up against IKLS FC at the Tutong Sports Complex.

Over in the DST Premier League, Tabuan Under-18 left it till late to snatch a 1-1 draw against Besa FC at the Berakas Sports Complex last night.
Besa looked set to claim all three points after Abd Hamizan Bakir netted in the 20th minute.

Ak Md Jumatatul Aleshahrezan Pg Metali finally levelled for the under-18 side with a goal in the 94th minute to see both teams share the spoils.

Tabuan U-18 remain in second place in the 11-team table with 15 points from seven matches.

Coached by former national coach Kwon Oh-Son, they are still unbeaten in the competition with a record of four wins and three draws.

On the other hand, Besa are in ninth position with six points from seven games.

DST Premier League action will resume tomorrow with Perkasa FC up against Panchor Murai FC at the Tutong Sports Complex.

The Brunei Times

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