XXXII SEA Games: Myanmar wins one gold for Billiard, two golds for Chinlone

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Myanmar’s Pauk Sa won one gold medal for the English Billiards Single event of the XXXII SEA Games held at Aeon Hall, Aeon Mall Sen Sok, Cambodia on 9 May.
He beat Singaporean Peter Gil Christ who has won six gold medals at the World Billiard Championship and another six golds at the Southeast Asian Games by 3-0 and grabbed the gold medal for Myanmar.
With the loss to Pauk Sa, Peter Gil Christ garnered the silver medal while Praprut Chaithanasakun and Yuttapop Pakpoj from Thailand jointly secured the bronze medal.
In the Men’s 6 Red Snooker Singles, Myanmar’s Hein Lwin Moe claimed the bronze medal.
Next, Chinlone competitions were held at Basketball Hall NSTC, Phnom Penh on the same day.
In the Men’s Event-4 of Chinlone, team Myanmar grabbed the gold medal with 93 points while Lao secured the silver and Cambodia and Thailand jointly claimed the bronze.
In the Women’s Event-4 of Chinlone, the Myanmar squad won the gold medal with 101 points while Thailand got silver, and host Cambodia the bronze.
After the Chinlone events, the Myanmar Chinlone Team played a demonstration and accepted the awards.
Similarly, Men’s and Women’s Vovinam events were continued at Chroy Changvar Convention Centre, Hall (F).
In the Women’s 50 kg Event, Myanmar’s Hnin Thet Wai secured the silver medal after competing with Thailand, the Philippines, Laos, and Cambodia.
In the Women’s Pair Knife Form Event, Myanmar’s Eaindray Phoo and May Honey Aung Lwin grabbed the bronze medal after competing against Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Cambodia.
In the Women’s Pair Sword Form Event, Myanmar’s Su Wati Htay and Eaindray Phoo claimed the bronze medal after competing with Viet Nam, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Cambodia.
In the Women’s Dual Knife Form Event, Myanmar’s Khine Wah Phoo picked the bronze after competing with Viet Nam, the Philippines, Indonesia and Cambodia.
In the Four Men’s Performance Event, Mana Kui, Aik Soe Lin, Myo Htet Zaw, and Tun Win Naing won another bronze for Myanmar after competing against Viet Nam, Lao, Indonesia, and Cambodia.
On the same day, team Myanmar trounced Malaysia 5-1 during the Women’s Football Event held at Army Stadium, Phnom Penh. On 9 May, Myanmar teams competed in Chess, Vovinam, Tennis, Chinlone, Badminton, Billiard, Volleyball, Kun Khmer, Cricket, Football, boxing, and Athletics and secured three gold, one silver and five bronze medals.
On 10 May, Myanmar participated in Pétanque, Wushu, Sepak takraw, Badminton, Tennis, Billiard, boxing, Kun Khmer, Volleyball, Football, Athletics, and Cricket. At the XXXII SEA Games, Myanmar won 47 medals (11 golds, eight silvers, and 28 bronzes) to date. — MNA/KZL

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