Wednesday, December 11, 2013

27th SEA Games - December 10 Summary

  • Thailand’s men’s sepak takraw hoop team showed their mettle in the final match of the day at Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium (B), scoring 830 to win gold and push Myanmar (650) to the silver medal.Brunei and Singapore won bronzes.

  • In the women’s action, Myanmar outclassed Laos 760-300 to take the hoops gold. Laos got silver and Cambodia the bronze.

  • Myanmar won the opening match of the women’s football at the 27th SEA Games, scoring goals in both halves to beat Philippines 2-0 at mandalarthiri Stadium in Mandalay.

  • In men’s football at Zeyarthiri Stadium, Malaysia blanked Brunei 2-0 with a single marker in each half.

  • In the second game, Singapore’s single marker held up to the finish, putting them in locker room 1-0 winners over Vietnam and leaving the group wide open.

  • At Nag Lite Dam on the first day for Canoe/Kayak, Myanmar’s Win Htike grabbed gold in the men’s C1 1000. Spensstuber Mehue (INA) won silver and Hermie Macaranas (PHI) took the bronze.

  • Myanmar’s women won the gold medal in the K4 1000, coming home ahead of silver medalists Vietnam. Thailand took bronze.

  • The men’s C2 gold went to Sai Min Wan and Win Htike (MYA), Eka Octarorianus and Anwar Tarra won silver and Thanh Sang Nguyen and Van Vung Luu got bronze for Vietnam.

  • Thailand snapped the host gold-medal rush with a winning run in the men’s K4 1000, ahead of Indonesia, silver, and Myanmar, bronze.

  • On the opening day of women’s futsal, Thailand blanked Indonesia 4-0 at the Futsal Stadium, scoring three unanswered goals in the first half and adding a fourth in the second half.

  • In the day’s second match Vietnam scored five goals in the first half against Myanmar and added a sixth in the second to record the second shutout of the day.

  • In water polo Zeyarthiri Swimming Pool, Singapore wrapped up the gold medal for the third straight SEA Games, beating Myanmar 21-13 for an undefeated run though the round robin competition.

  • Indonesia, with just a single loss to Singapore got the silver and Thailand with two wins and two losses won bronze.

  • Malaysia won a single match, against Myanmar, who lost all four games.

  • At National Indoor Stadium (1), Cambodia’s Ni Samnang took gold in women’s 63kg freestyle wrestling. Latxomphou Oday got the silver and Wai Lwin Aung (MYA) won bronze.

  • In the 59kg freestyle, Pham Thi Loan (VIE) won gold, Srisombat Salinee (THA) the silver and Ridwan Rikha Wahdani Yaty (INA) the bronze.

  • At 55kg, Pham Thi Hue took the gold, Maungpor Maliwan (THA) the silver and Aye Aye Aung (MYA) the bronze.

  • In men’s Greco-Roman Zaw Moe Aung (MYA) won gold in the 96kg class. Thatthavong Khonkeo (THA) got silver and Ngoun Kim Heng (CAM) the bronze.

  • At 84kg, Cambodia’s Kov Chheang Hong won gold, Balabal Jason (PHI) the silver and Kanchalee Chinnawet (THA) the bronze.

  • Kusno Hadi Saputra (INA) won gold in the 74kg class, Sirithahan Atthaphol (THA) got silver and Khong Van Khoa (VIE) the bronze.

  • At Zeyarthiri Indoor Stadium (A), Singapore ‘s men’s basketball team surprised fancied Malaysia 71-67. After going into the second quarter tied at 19, Singapore outscored Malaysia 19-13 in the second quarter, 20-19 in the third and hung on for the win in the final frame despite being outscored 16-13.

  • Gold-medal favorite Philippines added to their campaign with a 107-57 rout of Cambodia. Philippines won all four quarters; 25-16 in the first, 19-9 in the second, 32-14 in the third and 31-18 in the fourth.

  • Thailand rolled over Indonesia 75-59, coming out ahead after the first quarter and never looking back.

  • In Wushu, Quoc Khanh Pham took gold in men’s nangun, Soe Kyaw (MYA) got silver and Mun Hua Ho (MAS) grabbed bronze.

  • In taijiquan and taijian, Daniel Parantac (PHI) won the gold, Nyein Chan Ko Ko (MYA) the silver and Tze Yuan Lee (SIN) the bronze.

  • In women’s duilian, Faustina Woo Wai Sii and Yingshe Lee (BRU) got gold, Hui Xin Fung, Zoe Wei Ting Mui and Emily Min Le Sin (SIN) silver and Kariza Kris Chan and Nastasha Enriquex (PHI) took the bronze.

  • In duilian (2) gold went to Valerie Ling En Wee and Vera Yan Ning Tsan, Aint Mi Mi and Sandy Oo (MYA) silver and Natalie Chriselda Tanasa and Thalia Lovita Sosrodjojo (INA) bronze.

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