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Sea Games Badminton Day 2 Complete Results

Discussion in '2005 South East Asian Games - Badminton' started by ants, Nov 29, 2005.

  1. ants

    ants Regular Member

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    Mens Team Tie

    Malaysia Vs Thailand


    1st Singles

    Lee Chong Wei bt Boonsak Ponsana 15-9 , 11-15 , 15-11


    2nd Singles

    Hafiz Hashim bt Poompat Supkulchananart 6-15 , 15-4 , 15-12


    1st Doubles

    Koo Kien Kiat/Chan Chong Ming bt Sudket Prapakamol/Phatapol Ngensrisuk 15-4 , 9-15 , 17-14


    Winner MALAYSIA 3-0



    Indonesia vs Vietnam

    1st Singles

    Taufik Hidayat bt Nguyen Tien Minh 15-12 , 15-11


    2nd Singles

    Sony Dwi Kuncoro bt Nguyen Hoang Hai 15-1 , 15-8


    3rd Singles

    Simon Santoso bt Nguyen Quang Phong 15-3 , 15-2



    1st Doubles

    Alven Yulianto/Luluk Hadiyanto bt Tran Than Hai/Nguyen Quang Minh 15-9 , 15-9


    2nd Doubles

    Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan bt Nguyen Hoang Hai/Nguyen Quang Phong 15-5 ,15-12



    Winner INDONESIA 5-0



    Womens Team Tie


    Thailand vs Malaysia


    1st Singles

    Salakjit Ponsana bt Wong Mew Choo 11-1 , 11-5


    2nd Singles

    Julia Wong Pei Xian bt Monthila Meemek 13-10 , 11-8


    3rd Singles

    Norsyaliza Baharom bt Sujitra Ekmongkolpaisarn 11-5 , 11-3


    1st Doubles

    Saralee Thungthongkam/Satinee Jankrajangwong bt Wong Pei Tty/Chin Eei Hui 15-10 , 13-15 , 15-6


    2nd Doubles

    Kulchala Worawichitchaikul/Sujitra Ekmongkol Paisarn bt Ooi Sock Ai/Mooi Hing Yau 15-5 , 15-9


    Winner THAILAND 3-2



    Indonesia vs Singapore


    1st Singles

    Ardiyanti Firdasari bt Li Li 5-11 , 11-8 , 11-3


    2nd Singles

    Xing Aiying bt Fransisca Ratnasari 11-7 , 11-5


    3rd Singles

    Jiang Yan Mei bt Maria Kristin Yulianti 11-9 , 11-7


    1st Doubles

    Jiang Yanmei/Li Yujia bt Jo Novita/Greysia Polii 6-15 , 15-2 , 15-10


    2nd Doubles

    Lita Nurlita/Liliana Natsir bt Liu Fan Frances/Shinta Mulia Sari 15-1 , 15-1



    Winner SINGAPORE 3-2
     
  2. badMania

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    Hmm...Firda beats Li Li...quite a surprise...but that's a good sign.
    The other surprise is Singapore's third singles...with Jiang Yanmei beating Maria Kristin. I never expected Jiang to play the third singles spot, especially when she has to play in the first doubles.

    The crucial point for both Malaysia vs Thailand and Singapore vs Indonesia team is undoubtedly the 1st doubles and it involves 4 pairs that are almost equally-matched. At the end, Saralee/Satinee and Jiang/Li won in 3 sets over Wong/Chin and Jo/Greysia. In the individual event, these 4 pairs will again face each other. This time, Saralee/Satinee will face Jo/Greysia (assuming they can overcome Malaysia's second pair) in the semi-final; while Wong/Chin will face Jiang/Li.

    It was heartbreaking for Malaysia as well because they were leading 2-1.
     
  3. eddypaembonan

    eddypaembonan Regular Member

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    Dissapointed to Maria Kristin. Is really she played in 2st double when Ina beat Phil?

    May be it's better if she moved to doubles team......
    Hoping Jo/Greysia and lita/natalia playing well in individual event
     
  4. quycoctu

    quycoctu Regular Member

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    Congratulation on Vietnam team won Bronze medal in the men team! Congratulation Tien Minh, Quang Minh, Thanh Hai, Quang Phong, Hoang Hai, Nguyen Nhung, Thanh Thao, Thanh Thuy, Binh Tho, Thi Trang and all... Congratulation on all the effects of our team. Victory is not the most important thing but you are always in our hearts.
    Well come: Hochiminh Informatic Forum Badminton Club: http://www.ddth.com/showthread.htm?t=78620
     
    #4 quycoctu, Nov 29, 2005
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  5. taufik-ist

    taufik-ist Regular Member

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    your country must import some good quality coaches, like rexy mainaky :D
     
  6. NPBC001

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    May be Yang Yang? He will make you a super player like China players do.:cool:
     
  7. taufik-ist

    taufik-ist Regular Member

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    yang yang failed to make a super player in malaysia :)
     
  8. NPBC001

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    Nah..but not in China. Malaysia's will never make their improvement with foreign coach included rexy.
     
  9. taneepak

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    Three Chinese coaches, including Yang Yang, helped Malaysia to topple the Great Wall of China and in the finals, Indonesia, to win the 1992 Thomas Cup. As a consequence Yang Yang, Han Jian and another Chinese coach were handsomely rewarded. :D
     

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