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Team Singapore enjoyed a sterling outing on the penultimate day of the Myanmar SEA Games. The country bagged a total of three gold, two silver and five bronze.
SINGAPORE: Team Singapore enjoyed a sterling outing on the penultimate day of the Myanmar SEA Games.
The country bagged a total of three gold, two silver and five bronze.
The medal haul began with two gold from the men's and women's table tennis singles.
Zhan Jian beat Vietnam's representative in straight games in the men's final.
Clarence Chew earned a joint bronze after falling at the semi-final stage.
Yu Mengyu mirrored Zhan's performance in the women's singles by beating teammate Isabelle Li, who took silver.
In diving, twins Mark and Timothy Lee added another medal to their collection with bronze in the 10m synchronised platform event.
Meanwhile, Singapore's judo exponents took home three medals on Saturday.
Ho Han Boon beat Malaysia's Abdul Razak in the men's over-100kg bout for gold.
Gabriel Yang and Timothy Low each settled for joint bronze after losing in the men's
under-100kg and under-90kg events respectively.
Singapore hockey players had to settle for silver after losing 5-0 to Malaysia in the men's gold medal match.
Meanwhile, it was a reverse outcome in the football bronze medal playoff, with Singapore beating Malaysia 2-1 courtesy of a Hariss Harun first-half double.