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Producing adaptable students

James Kon

Some 27 participants, consisting of nine groups from seven schools participated in the E-Presentation Sports Competition themed, ‘The Impact of Doping in Sports.’

Head of the Physical and Recreation Division Sukardi bin Kaderi, on behalf of Acting Director of Co-Curriculum Education, shared that the event aimed to increase students’ effectiveness in adapting to the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and adding reference sources to delivering information on the dangers of drug use in sports.

He said this during the prize presentation ceremony held at Digadong Hall of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports (MCYS).

Sultan Hassan Secondary School from Temburong District emerged as the champions of the competition.

The team comprised Nur Izz Farahiyah Hasna’ binti Jeludin, Lim Wen Long@William and Syifaa Wajihah binti Abdul Aziz with a supervising teacher.

They received a gold medal and a trophy from Permanent Secretary (Sports) at the MCYS Pengiran Mohd Amirrizal bin Pengiran Haji Mahmud.

Duli Pengiran Muda Al-Muhtadee Billah College came in second place while third place went to Menglait Secondary School.

Six other secondary schools received consolation prizes.

The competition was organised by the Ministry of Education, through the Physical and Recreation Division of the Department of Co-Curriculum Education in collaboration with the Brunei Darussalam Anti-Doping Committee at the MCYS.

Permanent Secretary (Sports) at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports Pengiran Mohd Amirrizal bin Pengiran Haji Mahmud with the champion of E-Presentation Sports Competition Sultan Hassan Secondary School from Temburong District. PHOTO: JAMES KON
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