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Singapore's men's and women's teams both scored wins again at the Third Asian Water Polo Cup on Thursday evening.
SINGAPORE: Singapore's men's and women's teams both scored wins again at the Third Asian Water Polo Cup on Thursday evening.
The men put on a good display to overcome China 8-0 at the Toa Payoh Swimming Complex.
Samuel Yu was in fantastic form, contributing two goals for Singapore.
Goalkeepers Nigel Tay and his replacement, Byron Quek, also shone, ensuring a clean sheet for the hosts.
Meanwhile, the women's team registered their second win in the tournament.
They beat Thailand 6-2, with Denise Chen scoring twice.
The Singapore men's team lie second overall behind Iran on goal difference in the table, while the women's team are in second place behind China.
The competition ends on October 5.