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Day 6: Emotional produce win for Malaysia, Thailand brush golf

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Vietnam shone in Karate, Thailand finished a purify brush in golf and a Malaysian youngster claimed an romantic win in a women’s produce throw.

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Here are some of a many important formula from day 6 in Kuala Lumpur.

Golf: A purify brush for Thailand

Thailand won both a men’s and women’s particular bullion medals during a Mines Resort Country Club in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.

Kosuke Hamamoto, who is of Thai-Japanese origin, discharged a well-played 68 on a par-71 march to finish forward one cadence forward of Singapore’s Marc Ong during a finish of a three-round competition. His sum sum was 10 underneath par.

The 18-year-old was creation his entrance in a SEA Games.

“I am still perplexing to figure out how we won a bullion notwithstanding usually creation my initial coming in a Games. Furthermore we had bad start on initial and third holes firing,” he said.

Ong came tighten though had to settle for silver, while a bronze award also went to a Thai, Kammalas Namuangruk.

In a women’s competition, it was 14-year-old youngster Atthaya Thitikul who finished on top, shutting with a fantastic 63.

That saw her finish 7 strokes transparent of team-mate Thitapa Pakdeesettakul (206) while Philippines Go Lois Kaye Lo took bronze.

“I dedicate my win here to a people of Thailand who have encouraged me on a golf course. we only went out and played my normal diversion and not putting any vigour on myself,” pronounced Attiya.

Athletics: Women’s Hammer Throw

Malaysia’s 17-year-old women’s produce chuck champion Grace Xiu Me dedicated her feat to her late mother, who upheld divided in Apr of this year due to illness.

Grace clinched a bullion with her initial chuck of 59.24m, rewriting a SEA Games record in a process.

“This is for we mum. we skip we so much,” pronounced an romantic Grace.

Thailand’s Mingkamon Koomphon and Panwat Gimsrang won china and bronze respectively.

Swimming: Women’s 100m breastroke

A record-setting opening from Malaysia’s Phee Jinq En saw her win bullion in a women’s 100m breaststroke final during a National Aquatic Centre in Bukit Jalil.

Jinq En time of 1:09.00 crushed a prior record of 1:09.82 set by Siow Yi Ying in a hi-tech swimsuit epoch (now banned).

Silver went to Singapore’s Samantha Louisa Yeo with 1:09.44, while Indonesia’s Anandia Treciel Evato won bronze with 1:10.82.

Cricket: First bullion for Malaysia

Malaysia claimed their initial ever SEA Games cricket bullion award after defeating Indonesia in a final 50-over compare of a contest during Kinrara Oval.

Captain Anwar Arudin led a approach with a large hit of 162 as Malaysia finished with a huge sum of 320.

They afterwards discharged Indonesia for only 69 to finish a large 251-run victory.

Cycling: Men’s Mass Start

Thailand’s claimed a bullion award in a men’s mass start final that finished during Nilai Square, Negeri Sembilan on Thursday.

Nawuti Liphongyu won a 141.6 kilometer foe in a time of 3:26:00s, finishing only forward of Malaysia’s Mohd. Shahrul Mat Amin, who took silver.

Bronze went Mai Nguyen Hung of Vietnam with a time fo 3:26:04s, technically a same time as china medallist Shahurl.

“I fought tough to put adult a plea on a Thai rider, though he went stronger generally in a final 10 kilometer. The Thai is too strong,” Shahrul pronounced after a race.

Shooting: 50m purloin disposed

Malaysia’s Muhd Ezuan Nasir Khan won bullion in a 50m purloin disposed on a fourth day of sharpened foe during a National Shooting Range in Subang.

Muhd Ezuan set a new Games record of 242.8 points to finish forward of Singaporean Ong Jun Hong, who took china after scoring 239.5 points.

Bronze went to Kaung Htike of Myanmar (220.2 points).

Karate: Vietnam award twice

Vietnam warranted lectern positions in a men’s and women’s Team Kumite in a Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

The Vietnam won their fifth award in a Karate fortify when a group degraded Thailand in a Kumite group final. The Indonesian group common third with Malaysia.

In a women’s group Kumite, Malaysia edged Vietnam for bullion while Philippines and Myanmar were both awarded bronze medals.

Squash:

Malaysia clinched a both a bullion and china medals in a churned doubles eventuality for a countries third bullion in a squish foe hold during a NAtional Squash Centre.

The Malaysian churned doubles span Sanjay Singh Chai-S. Sivasangari kick teammates Ryan Pasqual-Andrea Lee 11-9, 11-10 in a final match.

The other dual bullion medals won by Malaysia came around men’s doubles span of Mohd Syafiq Kamal-Ng Eain Yow and Rachel Arnold-Andrea Lee in a women’s doubles.

Equestrian: (Dressage Individual) 

It was an all family eventuality for Malaysia in a Dressage Individual eventuality when sister and brother, Quzandria Nur Mahamad Fathil and Qabil Ambak Mahamad Fathil, warranted a 1-2 finish to explain a bullion and china medals during a 3Q Equestrian Centre.

The dual scored a sum of 152.029 and 149.547 points respectively while Singapore’s Caroline Chew claimed a bronze award scoring 145.988.

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