The Classical and Blitz Chess Championship in conjunction with Brunei Darussalam's 33rd National Day, organised by the Brunei Darussalam Chess Federation, ended yesterday at Times Square in Berakas. 5 categories were competed in the Classical event, namely the Open, Under-20, Under-14, as well as the female and best teen category.
More than 600 participants took part in the Beach Bunch Trail Challenge 2017. The trail challenge which took place and ended yesterday was divided into 3 categories. The 100-kilometre category began at night, while the 50 and 30-kilometre categories began early in the morning. The events began and ended at the Jerudong Primary School field.
On a night of fluctuating fortunes and thrilling football, Pep Guardiola's side were on the precipice in this tournament before dragging themselves back to ensure they go into the return in Monaco with a priceless lead.
Over 70 players took part in the Ed Puja Charity Golf Open Championship 2017. The championship was held yesterday at the RBA Golf Club in Berakas. The championship organised by the Surveyors, Engineers and Architect Association, PUJA, was divided into 6 categories.
Wenger made seven changes from the side thrashed 5-1 at Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie - and his players had enough to see off a team 105 places below them on English football's ladder.
Lucas Perez's cross-shot gave Arsenal the lead after 26 minutes and Theo Walcott doubled the advantage from close range 10 minutes after the break with his 100th goal for the club.
Victory set up a home quarter-final with another National League side, Lincoln City, who beat Burnley on Saturday.
Sutton had their moments, particularly when Adam May wasted a first-half chance from keeper David Ospina's poor clearance, and Roarie Deacon's fierce 25-yard drive struck the bar in the second half.
The result may have gone against them but the hosts emerged from this tie, and this FA Cup run, with huge credit.
Arsenal were on a hiding to nothing after a turbulent week in the wake of their Champions League mauling in Munich, which leaves them on the brink of elimination in the last 16 once more.
The Gunners walked out here with speculation mounting over the future of Wenger and familiar questions being asked about Arsenal's stomach for the fight when the season reaches its pressure points.
Their performance was uncertain and hardly designed to banish the criticism, although allowances must be made for a tricky artificial surface that was heavily saturated before kick-off and again at half-time.
It was simply a question of getting the job done and avoiding embarrassment. There was never going to be any credit in this for Arsenal. And on that basis this can be judged a satisfactory night. - BBC -
The 'Kayuhan Semangat Hari Kebangsaan' cycling event around Bandar Seri Begawan yesterday began with a 33-kilometre cycling event by 33 cyclists. The event began around 6.45 in the morning. The participants were flagged off by Yang Berhormat Pehin Datu Lailaraja Retired Major General Dato Paduka Seri Haji Awang Halbi bin Haji Mohd Yussof, the Minister of Culture Youth and Sports.
Safety is among the aspects that need to be given serious attention while taking part in cycling activities. It is a very important aspect as it ensures every cyclist will be able to finish an activity safely and comfortably. Before riding, every cyclist needs to ensure that their bicycles, tyres and brakes are in good condition.