Under 16 Results

Two BRFU under-16 Championship matches were played today. In Jerudong International School (JIS), it was between SOAS and Rimba and the other between Awang Semaun School against Sharif Ali School which was played in Berakas Camp.

The game between Awang Semaun School and Sharif Ali School was a nail biting one. Awang Semaun managed to squeeze a three point lead with the score 31-29. However, Sharif Ali School managed to earn one bonus point for losing less than 7 points.

Meanwhile in JIS, SOAS maintains its domination in both age group (under-16 and under-18) of the competition when they beat Rimba School 37-5.

This is how the table looks so far:

(sorry no photos this week, was tight up with work)

 

Under 16                  
  P W L D F A D B Points
Jerudong International School 3 3 0 0 97 32 65 2 11
SOAS 2 2 0 0 70 10 60 2 8
Sekolah Awang Semaun 3 2 1 0 51 80 -29 1 7
Sekolah Sharif Ali 3 0 3 0 51 88 -37 1 2
Sekolah Menengah Rimba 3 0 3 0 15 74 -59 1 1

I’ve set up an interactive message board -> Click here <- as ways for us in BRFU to get you guys out there involve with the future of the game in Brunei. Please register yourselves and have your says …

 

Why do they keep comparing ….

I was browsing through the Facebook (everyone is addicted to it, it seems) trying to check on some chicks online when I stumbled onto the search button (I am really a novice … trust me) and tried my luck out by typing ‘Rugger Bugger’ on it. I’m not surprised when I saw Khay’s face there but what surprised me most was a ‘Facebook group’ called 101 Reasons Why Football is Better Than Rugby. They’ve managed to recruit 462 poofters!!!

I don’t think that any Rugger Bugger gives a damn about what the soccer poofs thinks about us. We’re too self absorb and/or too stupid to realize it. They can buy all the Ferarris or Lamborghinis in the world, but what differentiate a man to a wuss is how fast can one skull / Skol his pint.

Check out this video … I don’t think I need to give 101 reasons why I think Sucker Soccer players are wussers.

I’ve set up a Facebook Group named Rugger Buggers in Brunei. It’s our turn to show the guys with Softballs that Rugby is a game for men with Hardballs.

 

Creating the Future for rugby in Brunei

Stop Talking Already!

Tim Lian of KB Pythons making his statement during the meeting

Tim Talking

C’mon … stop talking already! I’m famish …

BRFU members and council met up today for an Extra ordinary general meeting in order to streamline its focus for the future of Rugby in Brunei Darussalam. A lot has been discussed during the meeting, but the order of the day was to amend its constitution and to approve a working board for the Union.

100% of its members voted yes for both the proposals!

We would also to welcome a new member to the BRFU family. ‘The Knights’ … welcome!

As at February 2008, the members of BRFU are:-

  1. Royal Brunei Yacht Club ‘Yachties’
  2. Royal Brunei Armed Forces
  3. Royal Brunei Police
  4. KB Pythons
  5. Bandar Blacks
  6. The Knights

We look forward to this number to grow over the years.

May 2008 bring good fortune to Rugby in Brunei … and I guess it’s not too late to say “Gong Xi Fa Chai’ to all of you.

Under 18 Championship – 3rd week

My balls
You can have this
Ballet on the pitch
I may be a prop but i can run like a wing
Umphhh!!!!!!

The BRFU under-18 championship continued on Friday after a week break for the Chinese New Year. The first game was between the two hot favorites for the championship, KB Combined schools and SOAS was played at 10.30 am and the new comers Sixth form Centre of Berakas took on Sharif Ali School at 4.00 pm. Both games were played in Berakas Camp.

The first match was played at a very high tempo. A lot of running plays with hard tackles. However, The SOAS boys got the better of the KB Combined school boys where SOAS beat KB combined schools 34-5.

The second game was not as beautiful as the first, where a penalty try was awarded to each team and 3 yellow cards were flashed to Sharif Ali school boys and one to the Sixth form Centre. The game was messy with a lot of silly errors. The debutants managed to overcome their nerves and beat Sharif Ali School 14-12.

After 3 weeks of play, KB combined school still leads the championship with 8 points but followed closely by SOAS with 7 points and one game in hand. In the third position is Awang Semaun School with one win with extra points followed by Sixth Form Centre, Berakas with 3 points. Sharif Ali School managed to earn their first point for the losing bonus (losing less than 7 points) and JIS without any points yet.

 

 

Under 18                  
  P W L D F A D B Points
KB Combined Schools 3 2 1 0 78 34 44 2 8
SOAS 2 2 0 0 53 12 41 0 7
Sekolah Awang Semaun 1 1 0 0 27 14 13 1 4
PTEB / Rimba 2 1 1 0 59 12 47 0 3
Sekolah Sharif Ali 2 0 2 0 26 39 -13 0 1
Jerudong International School 2 0 2 0 7 47 -40 0 0

 

Under 16 championship results

SOAS shined in its first game when they beat Sharif Ali School 33-5 in the BRFU under 16 inter school championship at Berakas Camp on Wednesday. SOAS scored their first try and was given a scare when Sharif Ali School managed to equalized about 3 minutes later. However the backline seems too fast for Sekolah Sharif Ali’s heavy forward pack when they outrun them with 5 tries to one.

Meanwhile in Sekolah Awang Semaun, the home team was outplayed by the more organized Jerudong International School 46 – 10. Jerudong International School Under-16 team still tops the table with 10 points from 3 matches, followed by SOAS with 4 points from 1 match.

Here is how the table looks so far:-

 

Under 16                  
  P W L D F A D B Points
Jerudong International School 3 3 0 0 97 32 65 2 11
SOAS 1 1 0 0 33 5 28 1 4
Sekolah Awang Semaun 2 1 1 0 20 51 -31 0 3
Sekolah Rimba 2 0 2 0 10 37 -27 1 1
Sekolah Sharif Ali 2 0 2 0 22 57 -35 1 1

Current Standing – Brunei Age Group Tournament

There was some error on the last table. Here’s the correct one. 7

There will be a Under 16 game between Awang Semaun School and SOAS today, that will be played at Awang Semaun.

 

Under 16                  
  P W L D F A D B Points
Jerudong International School 2 2 0 0 51 22 29 1
Sekolah Awang Semaun 1 1 0 0 10 5 5 0 3
Sekolah Menengah Sharif Ali 1 0 1 0 17 24 -7 1 1
Sekolah Menengah Rimba 2 0 2 0 10 37 -27 1 1
Sultan Omar Saifudeen School 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                   
Under 18                  
  P W L D F A D B Points
KB Combined Schools 2 2 0 0 73 0 73 2 8
Sekolah Awang Semaun 1 1 0 0 27 14 13 1 4
Sultan Omar Saifudeen School 1 1 0 0 19 7 12 0 3
Sekolah Menengah Sharif Ali 1 0 1 0 14 27 -13 0 0
Jerudong International School 2 0 2 0 7 47 -40 0 0
Sekolah Menengah Rimba 1 0 1 0 0 45 -45 0 0