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Old December 8th, 2009, 12:26 AM   #1
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Monday, December 7, 2009
SINGAPORE WATERPOLO SQUAD GRAB FIRST SEA GAMES GOLD
By: WSL MSC Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia) - ICT Committee

True to form, Singapore grabbed the first gold of the 25th SEA Games here in Vientiane when they beat Thailand 8-5 in the final round robin match this afternoon at the Aquatic Centre at the National Sports Complex. The gold was Singapore’s 23rd since 1965. Captain Luo Nan said after the game that the team struggled at the start and did not play as well as they should have.

“The first quarter was a real challenge in terms of getting things going where we only managed to score twice. We dropped off a little in the second quarter for Thailand to level the score,” said Luon Nan.

“But we recovered after that and got into the rhythm to slot the remaining goals for the win. Of course, we are happy to defend the title in an event which we have been dominant all these years. I hope that the new generation will continue from here.” With Singapore winning the gold, the silver went to the Philippines who beat Indonesia 18-3 in the other match as the latter settled for the bronze.



Singapore grabbed the first gold of the 25th SEA Games here in Vientiane


Philippines team captain Almax Laurel said afterwards that winning the silver was not a bad achievement considering that the team has seven new players in the squad. “It has been a good experience for the players to play at the SEA Games and I hope that we will continue to grow as a team,” added Almax.




“But I hope that in the future, more South East Asian countries are encouraged to play the sport and help foster the growth of the game. “At the very least, it will make water polo more competitive than it is now.”


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Monday, December 7, 2009
HOSTS LAOS BEAT INDONESIA TO GO TOP OF GROUP B
By: WSL MSC Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia) - ICT Committee

Hosts Laos went to the top of Group B of the men’s football event when they beat Indonesia with a comprehensive 2-0 win in the match that was played at the Chao Anuvong Stadium this evening. Laos had held silver medallists Myanmar to a 1-1 draw in their first match of the competition two days ago. But this evening the young side under head coach Alfred Riedl were a lot more determined against an Indonesian eager to win the full points following their own drawn match against Singapore earlier.

It was to be the combination of Engel Bert Sani and Boaz Salossa who were again at the forefront of the Loas attack although they just can’t seem to break past the Laos defence marshalled by the duo of Kitsada and Ketsada.

The game was restricted very much in the midfield as Lamnao Singto once again formed a lethal partnership alongside the returned to fitness Kampheng Sayyavuthi. With the score tied at the half, the game picked up the tempo after the break with Lamnao coming close on several occassions.


Laos beat Indonesia 2-0 win in the match that was played at the Chao Anuvong Stadium this evening. -Photo by Rahmaninho


But he more than made it up for his earlier misses when in the 66th minute, Kampheng played the ball to Lamnao who ran into the Indonesian box for a grounder which keeper Frenky Irawan tried in vain to stop as it trickled between his legs.

The goal was just what the capacity crowd wanted as they all jumped to their feet in a unison of blue and red - men, women, children and all waving flags. Indonesia attempted to get back into the game by putting more pressure at the centre of the park but it was all in vain as ten minutes later, Laos went further in front.

Lamnao was again in the thick of the action when he capitalised on a defensive mistake to slot the ball home for the hosts to pick up their first full points in the group.

Read more: http://www.laoseagames2009.com/v1/ne...#ixzz0Z36fphne
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Sea Games: Singapore dominant

2009/12/08

SINGAPORE extended their record streak of men's water polo gold medals to 23 after claiming the first gold medal of 25th Sea Games at the National Sports Complex in Vientiane yesterday.

An 8-5 victory over Thailand ensured they top the four-team round robin tournament and retain their stranglehold on the water polo title they have never failed to win.

Philippines claimed silver with a 13-8 win over Indonesia, who settled for the bronze ahead of bottom-placed Thailand.
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25th LAOS SEA GAMES MEDAL

MEDAL for 25th SEA GAMES(FRONT)



MEDAL for 25th SEA GAMES(BACK)






GOLD MEDAL(FRONT)






SILVER MEDAL(FRONT)




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Competition SEA Games in Laos "Vientiane Game" 9-15 December 2009 a competition to compete for 383 gold medal, all the athletes participating in Laos send the most competitive ever sent. Thailand sent athletes to join the competition over every 857 people in total.

Athletes participating in the competition of 10 countries that joined the SEA Games 2009 competition. The total athletes is 5,154 Thailand sent 857 athletes to the most subordinate people is 780 people, Philippines, Laos, the host country. Sent the most athletes to compete in the history of Laos to 647 athletes.

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