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At the Myanmar ASEAN Para Games, Team Singapore swimmers secured six medals -- two silvers and four bronzes -- in day four of the competition on Saturday.
SINGAPORE: At the Myanmar ASEAN Para Games, Team Singapore swimmers secured six medals -- two silvers and four bronzes -- in day four of the competition on Saturday.
All the medals were from the pool, and the latest haul brings the Republic's total tally to 21, seven of which are gold.
Charlotte Lee picked up her second silver at this competition in the 100-metres breaststroke event.
Bryan James Seow gave Singapore the other silver with his second place finish in the 50-metres backstroke race.
Singapore's football team though are on track for a gold medal.
The 7-a-side team have advanced to the finals in their second match after beating Malaysia 3-2 on Friday.
Singapore will face off against Myanmar on Sunday.
This is the first time that Singapore's cerebral palsy football team is participating at the Games as football is a new event in the ASEAN Para Games.
Another gold for Singapore
Singapore has won another gold medal.
Nurulasyiqah Mohd Taha and Toh Sze Ning won gold in the BC3 Pair Event.
Nurul had earlier on Friday bagged Singapore's first gold in Boccia, in the women's BC3 final.