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KL2017: National netball squad scores second big win in as many matches.

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 15 — The national netball team produced another brilliant performance to thrash Brunei 64-27 on the second day of the round robin round of the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games netball competition at the Juara Stadium in...

- The Malay Mail - MY

Ticket holders of KL2017 Malaysia vs Brunei get free entry to next match as compensation, says organiser.

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 15 — Fans who had purchased tickets for the football match between Malaysia and Brunei yesterday would be allowed free entry for Malaysia's second match at the Shah Alam Stadium tomorrow, says the Malaysia SEA Games...

- The Malay Mail - MY

Malaysia scrapes through in SEA Games opener against Brunei.

SHAH ALAM, Aug 15 ― A goal out of the top drawer saved the day as Malaysia laboured to a 2-1 victory over Brunei in its opening Group A football match at Shah Alam Stadium yesterday. The 9,000-odd fans could have been forgiven for thinking...

- The Malay Mail - MY

Kim Swee happy with three points in SEA Games opening match.

SHAH ALAM, Aug 15 ― National SEA Games squad head coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee was satisfied with the performance of his charges despite the slim 2-1 victory over Brunei in their opening Group A Kuala Lumpur SEA Games match at the Shah Alam Stadium,...

- The Malay Mail - MY

Malaysia open SEA Games campaign with narrow 2-1 win over Brunei.

SHAH ALAM, Aug 14 — Malaysia scrambled to a 2-1 win over minnows Brunei in their opening Group A match at the Shah Alam Stadium tonight to kick off their Kuala Lumpur SEA Games campaign in unconvincing fashion. Malaysia, despite...

- The Malay Mail - MY

KJ and Co to face Brunei royalty in opening polo match.

M'sian polo team manager says he's 'honoured' by Khairy's participation in the SEA games as he is 'highly committed to the game.'

- Malaysiakini - MY

Japan Military Aircraft in Brunei Spotlights Defense Ties.

Goodwill visit by KC-767 highlights an aspect of bilateral relations that seldom makes the headlines.

- The Diplomat - US