SEA Games 2017: Indonesia U22 Beats Cambodia 2 - 0

Claudine Rigal
Août 25, 2017

Vietnam lost 0-3 to Thailand in the last Group B match while Indonesia beat Cambodia 2-0.

Capellan ended his stint in the SEA Games with a 1-3 finish counting his gold in the floor exercise to improve on his 1-0-0 gold-silver-bronze medal performance in 2015.

Indonesia U22 will face the victor of Group A, the host Malaysia, in the semifinal on Saturday.

The results left Thailand on top of Group B with Indonesia the runners-up, qualifying both for the semi-finals.

The Philippine men's hockey team sets up a showdown for the gold with Thailand after carving out a heart-stopping 2-1 win in a shootout with Malaysia in the 29th Southeast Asian Games at the Empire City Arena in Damsara Perdana on Wednesday night, August 23, 2017.

In winning the event for Malaysia after 16 years, the Sarawakian, who turned 25 on July 4, rewrote his own national record three times this year, his best was 65.34m before this. On home soil, Malaysian archers took gold medals in the compound men's and women's team and mixed team, and recurve men's and women's team events.

Low said those affected had breakfast in the team hotel, where Malaysia's 800-plus contingent are staying, before dispersing to different venues.

Malaysa opened the pencak silat competition with Mohd Taqiuddin Hamid and Rosli Mohd Sharif upstaging Indonesia's Hendy and Yolla Primadona Jumpil in the mens's ganda to wrest the gold.

Trackster Anthony Beram blazed for glory and collected his second gold late Thursday evening by topping the 400-meter run in the 29th Southeast Asian Games here.

The men's fours of Curte Robert Guardin, Emmanuel Portacio, Leoncio Carreno Jr., and Ronald Lising bagged the gold in lawn bowls, beating the host in the final match.

Phicha Au-Tra made it 2-0 in the 52nd minute while Chenrop Samphaodi ensured all three points with a 68th minute strike.

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