Friday, March 24, 2017

⛹ 2017 SEABA (Men) Championship Schedules

Below are the schedules of matches for the upcoming 2017 SEABA (Men) Championship to be held in Manila, Philippines. The winner of this tournament will be given a ticket to compete at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup to be held in Lebanon on August. Only one playoff berth was allocated for Southeast Asian zone. 

Seven (7) nations will be battling each other in a week-long tournament. Aside from the host Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Vietnam and favorite to win Thailand will come to test their might in hooping.   

May 12 | 1500hr | Indonesia vs Singapore
May 12 | 1700hr | Thailand vs Malaysia
May 12 | 1900hr | Myanmar vs Philippines

May 13 | 1500hr | Vietnam vs Thailand
May 13 | 1700hr | Indonesia vs Malaysia
May 13 | 1900hr | Philippines vs Singapore

May 14 | 1500hr | Thailand vs Indonesia
May 14 | 1700hr | Vietnam vs Myanmar
May 14 | 1900hr | Philippines vs Malaysia

May 15 | 1500hr | Thailand vs Myanmar
May 15 | 1700hr | Singapore vs Malaysia
May 15 | 1900hr | Indonesia vs Vietnam

May 16 | 1500hr | Myanmar vs Singapore
May 16 | 1700hr | Malaysia vs Vietnam
May 16 | 1900hr | Philippines vs Thailand

May 17 | 1500hr | Myanmar vs Indonesia
May 17 | 1700hr | Singapore vs Thailand
May 17 | 1900hr | Vietnam vs Philippines

May 18 | 1500hr | Malaysia vs Myanmar
May 18 | 1700hr | Vietnam vs Singapore
May 18 | 1900hr | Philippines vs Indonesia

Thursday, March 23, 2017

🏒 2017 IIHF Men's Challenge Cup of Asia (Top Division)

Six nations competed at the 2017 IIHF Men's Challenge Cup of Asia - Top Division.

The event took place at the skating rink of the Central Plaza Grand Rama IX shopping mall (Ice Rink Arena) in Bangkok, Thailand from March 17 to March 23 for Top Division.

Among the Southeast Asian nations that saw action in this tournament were Malaysia, Singapore and host Thailand in Top Division.
Thailand and Singapore battled out for third rank on the last day of competition. It was Thailand that shown an aggressive offense as they blanked Singapore in their final match, 12-0. They got the third place with three wins and two defeats. Singapore placed 4th over-all. On the other hand, Malaysia ended the tournament win less.
United Arab Emirates tops the tourney with a clean record of 5 wins  followed by Mongolia with 4-1 win-loss cards.
Meanwhile, the Philippines will compete in the 2017 IIHF Men's Challenge Cup of Asia - Division I to be held in Kuwait next month.
Below were the results of our SEA teams at the 2017 IIHF Men's Challenge Cup of Asia.
Top Division
  • March 17 | Singapore 0-13 Mongolia
  • March 17 | Malaysia 3-10 United Arab Emirates
  • March 18 | Singapore 0-10 United Arab Emirates
  • March 18 | Thailand 14-1 Malaysia
  • March 20 | Malaysia 4-5 Singapore
  • March 20 | Thailand 5-4 Mongolia
  • March 21 | Malaysia 5-10 Mongolia
  • March 21 | Thailand 3-4 United Arab Emirates
  • March 23 | Thailand 12-0 Singapore

Singapore Team: Chin Ming Liang,  Ming Hong Choo, Daxuan Lok, Michael  Loh, Eng Wei Kevin Koh, Da-Lun Peter Tan,  Jian Lu Reeve Chew, Wee  Chew, Cheng Meng Albert Tan, Dian Yuan Darren Goh, Hung Wei Kok, TAN Gee Kuan George Tan, Ee Chong Kevin Tan, Pin Farm Ng, Junhao Leon Zhu, Donavan Christopher Ann and Ming Zhe Siah.

Malaysia Team:  Thien Ian Lee, Shahrul Ilyas Abdul Shukor, Eu Jin Yap, Muhammad Syukri Shaharudin, Jun Ming Low, Aiman Zul Rafiq Mohd Fadzul, Adris Ikmal Abd Razak, Mohammad Aqeel Noor Hisham, Jia Yung Moi, Wai Kin Brandon Tan, Mohammad Hariz Mohammad Oryza Ananda, Chee Ming Bryan Lim,  Rafel Zichry Onn Mohammed Rhiza, Aqfar Naeem Aulais, Aiman Thaqib Mohd Fadzul and Cheong Jun Richard Yow

Thailand Team: Pattarapol ungkulpattanasuk, Prakpoom Thongaram, Chanchit Supadillokluk, Likit Neimwan, Tewin  Chartsuwan, Teerasak Rattanachot, Jantaphong Tengsakul, Chayutapon Kulrat, Papan Thanakroekkiat, Masato Kitayama, Hideki Nagayama, Phandaj Khuhakaew, Paniti Nawasmittawong, Dechbadin Jittranont, Anun Kullugin, Rakchai Sukwiboon, Chanchieo Supadilokluk, Weerachai Prasertsri, Prawes Kaewjeen, Chanokchon Limpinphet, Peravit Kovitaya and Chaval Jiravanon

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

🏀 ASEAN Basketball League | March 22 Result

Saigon Heat 🇻🇳 defeated by 🇭🇰 Eastern Long Lions, 110-97 OT

⚽️ Football International Friendly Matches | March 22, 2017 Results

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Philippines 🇵🇭 0-0 🇲🇾 Malaysia

Cambodia 🇰🇭 2-3 🇮🇳 India

Vietnam 🇻🇳 1-2 🇹🇼 Taiwan

Philippines vs Malaysia

🏐 Thailand and Vietnam Going to World Volleyball Championships Qualification

Thailand Men's team
The road to the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Championships for Men and Women already ignited when the draw happened at the Dusit Princess Srinakarin Hotel in Bangkok two days ago.

Two countries from Southeast Asia will take part of the qualification round for Asian zone. These are Vietnam and Thailand. Vietnam team will only compete in the women's event while Southeast Asian powerhouse Thailand will compete in both men's and women's events. 

For men's event, Thailand was drawn in Pool B together with New Zealand, Japan, Chinese Taipei and host Australia. The volleyball war of Pool B is scheduled on July 12 to 16, 2017.  While in Pool A, China, Korea, Qatar and a qualified team from Central Asia will collide with host Iran from August 10 to 14 in the capital city of Tehran. 
Only the top two teams from both pools will qualified for the 24-team FIVB Men's Volleyball Championship 2018 which will be held by co-hosted Italy (finals) and Bulgaria between September 10 and 30 in 2018. 

For the women's side, Thailand will host Pool B Asian zone qualification from September 20 to 24, 2017. Aside from the host, Pool B is composed of Korea, DPR Korea, Iran and our Southeast Asian team Vietnam. On the other pool, China, Chinese Taipei, Australia and Fiji will collide with host Kazakhstan. 

Same with the men's event, only the top two teams from both pools will advance in the final round to be held in Japan from September 30 to October 21 in 2018. 

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

2017 Jujitsu World Championship U18 & U21

The 2017 Jujitsu World Championship U18 & U21 was held at Galatsi Olympic Hall in Athens, Greece from March 17 to March 19.

Some of our Southeast Asian Ju Jitsu athletes participated in this world championships and made an impact in this one of a kind martial art sports. 
(You might like to read: Vietnam at the 16th Asian Women's Handball Championship 2017)  
Among our Southeast Asian martial artists who won medal were Vietnam's Duo Hong Son and Thailand's Kinaree Adkins.

Duo Hong Son won bronze medal in the men's under-21 -56kg while Kinaree Adkins also won bronze medal in the women's -44kg in under-18 category.

At the end of the event, Russia won the over-all championships with 10 golds, 9 silvers and 26 bronze medals. Germany came second while United Arab Emirates placed third over-all.


⚽️ Friendly Match | March 21 Result

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Indonesia 🇮🇩 1-3 🇲🇲 Myanmar