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Two clubs dominate badminton competition

Two clubs dominate badminton competition

A badminton event for veterans, organised by the Ministry of Interior Sport Club, wrapped up its two days of competition at the Department of Logistics yesterday with an awards ceremony presided over by the Ministry’s general secretary Khem Jun.

Of the 20 clubs and associations that participated, only two – the Department of Logistics Club and MoI Sports Club – had members that laid claim to titles.

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