SEA Games 2007 Day 5: Individual Event R8

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  1. abedeng

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    As Krisna predicted, Maria has survived Xing's challenge, with a straight sets victory, 21-17, 21-15.
     
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    Yes! Maria Kristin win over Xing Aiying, 21-17, 21-15.
     
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    Wow, Li Li vs Firda must be a very long and tiring match. Until now, the final score is not yet reflected.
     
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    Congrats to Julia Wong... To beat Salakjit in her home soil is like beating Boonsak in Thailand... tough... very very tough... :)
     
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    Finally!!! Krisna can now enjoy Firda's smile, after she beat Li Li in 3 games.

    Score is 16-21, 21-15, 21-19.
     
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    Is Taufik and YKB game started.
    Any live webcast of the match now?
     
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    Well...Really hope Julia can fight hard in the next match..Come on,hope she win Malaysia a gold medal for Malaysia.Seem like Malaysia can't reach their goal to obtain 64 gold medals in this time Sea game as now Malaysia team still far behind with only 33 gold medals.
     
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    Poompat has taken the 1st game against Nguyen TM, 21-18. Now that's surprising.
     
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    I think INA WS will bag both gold n silver. I also think Boonsak will escape with the GOLD in a very very tight game :eek:
     
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    Wow....maria and firda won???..great!!! so we still have hope on INA WS........
     
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    Firda had to take a whole hour to beat Li Li, whereas Soratja, despite the scores, took only 40 minutes to dispose of Lydia. Whether Firda has enough energy for their second encounter tomorrow is not known.

    Maria and Julia took 35 and 32 minutes respectively, with Julia coming from 12-16 down to register 9 pts in a row to take the 1st game against Salakjit.
     
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    Thats tight and scary score.........
     
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    Boonsak has taken the match against the guy from Laos, meanwhile Nguyen Tien Minh has forced rubber with a 21-13 2nd game win.
     
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    He, he, took you a while to come on board .....

    Hmm, Maria lost to Li Li but beat Xing Aiying. Firda lost to Xing but beat Li Li.

    What is this, conspiracy theory? :D
     
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    Wow, Julia did an upset, she proves Msia WS has players to take over from WMC in future.
     
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    Salakjit, Lili, Aiying...loss..:eek:

    good work...Maria and Firda....cmon make all INA Final...gold...gold....and bonus Rp200 million...:);)
     
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    That'll be a bit too high to expect from the young gal. A bronze is already good feat for Julia.

    Msia can win Gold from the other sports - bowling & equestran (my spel is wrong) put low targets but they can surpass it. Our women's bowling are pretty strong - they are the new crowned World Champs. The Eq. sport, we are good too in Asia, looking to sweep all 6 gold.

    So, badminton, our junior gals seem out to prove themselves, future 'WMC's.
     
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    How did you get the score, abang abedeng.
     
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    Or the law ot the opposites! ;)

    There goes our girls' challenge. Hopefully the guys can do better!
    For an individual gold medal, a player gets S$10k, nothing for silver or bronze.
     
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    Nguyen TM def Poompat: 19-21,21-13,21-18...
     

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