Thailand took over first place in the medal tally on Saturday with a total of 33 golds. Myanmar is second with 31 gold medals, followed by Indonesia with 30, and Vietnam with 29. Malaysia has 18, Singapore 12, and the Philippines 7.
In football, Myanmar and Thailand played a thrilling match that ended in a 1-1 draw. Myanmar had numerous opportunities but could not capitalize and score the winning goal.
In the other men’s match, Indonesia and Timor-Leste also drew at 0-0.
In women’s football, Thailand easily defeated Malaysia 6-1.
In cycling, Indonesia’s Afosma Hildan won the men’s downhill cycling gold.
Thailand’s Deekaballes Vipavee won the women’s downhill gold.
In equestrian, Praveen Nair Mathavan, riding Sein Win Mal, took the individual dressage gold medal for Malaysia with a 67.405 total.
In karatedo, Myanmar’s Aye Cham Naing won the gold in the men’s 75kg kumite karatedo by defeating Indonesia’s Mondolu Christo, who took the silver.
In the 67kg kumite, Indonesia’s Simanjuntak Jintar got the gold by defeating Malaysia’s Sharmendran Raghonathan, who won the silver.
In the 60kg, Malaysia’s Silvarajoo Senthil Kumaran took the gold by winning out over Indonesia’s Dharmawan Donny, who got the silver.
In the women’s draw, Malaysia’s Segaran Shree Shamini won the gold, Vietnam’s Pham Thi Tien the silver.
In weightlifting, Myanmar’s Aye Thanda Lwin took the gold home in the women’s 53kg.
In the men’s 69kg Indonesia’s Deni Deni won the gold.
In the 77kg, Thailand’s Pornchai Lobsi took the gold medal.
In bodybuilding, Thailand’s Jiraphan Pongkam took the gold in the men’s 55kg.
In the 60kg class, crowd favorite Aung Khaing Win of Myanmar won the gold.
At 70kg, Van Lam Nguyen of Vietnam took the gold.
In badminton, Indonesia claimed the individual badminton gold with Manuputty Bellaetrix.
In men’s doubles, Angga Pratama and Rian Agung Saputro of Indonesia beat compatriots Angriawan Berry and Ricky Karanda Suwardi for the gold. Angriawan and Karanda got silver.
The mixed doubles was Indonesia’s third gold of the day, with Debby Susanto and Muhammad Rijal combining to beat silver medalists Jongjit Maneepon and Taerattanachai of Thailand.
Thailand’s Saensomboonsuk Tanongsak won the men’s single gold.
In billiards, Ageline Magdalena Ticoalu of Indonesia grabbed the 9-ball pool singles gold.
In shooting, Nguyen Minh Chau of Vietnam won the women’s 10m air pistol gold.
In archery, in the 70m, 72 arrow play, three archers from Indonesia sit atop the women’s recurve qualification table after the morning session.
In the men’s recurve, two Malaysians sit above and below one from Indonesia, in second place, after the qualification round.
In women’s compound 70m, 72 arrow, Myanmar, Malaysian and Indonesian archers hold the three tops position at the end of play.
In the men’s, the top places held by archers from Vietnam, Philippines and Malaysia.
In Futsal, in women’s, Malaysia and Indonesia drew 1-1.
Thailand beat Vietnam 6-1 in the second match.
In basketball, the Philippines continued to dominate, beating Indonesia 83-52. Thailand won over Malaysia 73-69.
In women’s, Thailand beat Myanmar 99-32.
In hockey, Thailand defeated Indonesia 3-0 in women’s play. Malaysia won easily over Cambodia 36-0, and Singapore beat Myanmar 2-1.
In Sepak Takraw, in women’s, Laos beat Vietnam 2-0, Thailand won over Malaysia 2-0, Myanmar 2-0 over Laos, and Vietnam 2-0 over Malaysia.
In the men’s action the wins went to Malaysia 2-0 over Laos, Thailand 2-0 over Myanmar, Laos 2-0 over Cambodia, and Myanmar 2-0 over Vietnam.
In volleyball, Thailand beat Malaysia 3-0, Vietnam beat Myanmar 3-0 in women’s matches.
In men’s play, Indonesia won a close match over Vietnam in the men’s match.