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Brief: Singapore stay on course

Brief: Singapore stay on course

VIENTIANE – Singapore continued their domination of table tennis competition, with the women’s team wrapping up a perfect set of group matches without dropping a single rubber. The ladies finished top of group A, ahead of Vietnam, and Thailand won group B, with Malaysia in second place. These teams now face off against each other in semifinals at 10am today before winners advance to the finals later at 2pm. Singapore are heavy favourites, having cleaned up at the previous SEA Games in Thailand in 2007, taking all gold medals on offer.

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