Saturday Medal Snippets

05 December, 2015   Simon Evans


Alvina Neo with her medal [Photo by Sport Singapore / Action Images via Reuters]


In the P2 10m Air Pistol Women (SH1) Individual finals, Alvina Neo won the bronze medal with a score of 154.5. Team-mate Lim Siang Kim’s 130.3 was enough for a fourth placed finish.

Ten-pin bowling


Tay Leong Hock (L) and Anuar Bin Saaid with their medals [Photo by Sport Singapore / Action Images via Reuters]

In the mixed-doubles open, TPB8 Finals, Team Singapore’s Anuar Bin Saaid and Tay Leong Hock scored 1574 to finish in the bronze medal position.

There was another bronze in Mixed Doubles Open TPB1 + TPB3 Finals, where Yong Phen Chong Thomas and Mohamed Ismail Bin Hussain came in 3rd with a score of 1476. 



Nur Syahidah Bin Alim in action [Photo by Sport Singapore / Action Images via Reuters]

Team Singapore triumphed in their bronze medal match in the Mixed Team Compound Open with a 137-129 over Thailand and advances to the gold/silver medal match which will be played the next day.

In the Women’s Individual Compound Open Qualifications, Nur Syahidah Binte Alim concluded the day in top position out of four competitors. She will continue her efforts in Sunday’s semi-finals.


CP football team

Team Singapore Off to a Winning Start

Team Singapore kicked off the ASEAN Para Games (APG) with a convincing 1-0 win in a Cerebral Palsy (CP) Football match against Indonesia on Thursday as they made a strong showing against the APG debutants.

mixed singles

Team Singapore Bowl Their Way to Three Golds

Team Singapore picked up three gold medals in bowling in spectacular fashion at the 8th ASEAN Para Games with youngster Mohamad Rausyan Bin Mohamad Ya’Acob one of the stars of the show.


Tan On Top Again With Two Golds in Pool

Team Singapore’s Benson Tan confirmed his prowess in the region when he claimed two golds and a silver on the second day of APG swimming action at the OCBC Aquatic Centre on Saturday.


Hat-Trick Hero Khairul Praises Team Effort

Amid the heartbreak of losing to reigning champions Myanmar 5-3 on Saturday, APG Team Singapore Cerebral Palsy (CP) Football captain Khairul Anwar became the first Singaporean footballer to net a hat-trick in the Sports Hub.