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As the Official Professional Services Partner and proud supporter of Team Singapore athletes, Deloitte has been supporting the Games with our professional services expertise. Some Deloitte employees are also participating in the SEA Games. Stay updated on the latest happenings throughout the SEA Games period.
11 June 2015
Men’s badminton team advances to semi-finals
Singapore shuttlers sailed to a comfortable win over Laos PDR in their quarterfinal match yesterday at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Derek Wong, Clients & Markets Research Analyst, led the first match against Laos’ Outhaithani Phanthalang with a score of 21-4 in the first set. Despite best efforts from the Laotian, Derek went on to win the second set 21-10. The team went on to win the second and third matches which consisted of a doubles game followed by another singles.
You can find out more about yesterday’s badminton quarterfinals matches here.
Women’s basketball team still in the running for a medal
It was a tightly contested match between Singapore and Indonesia yesterday evening at the OCBC Arena. Indonesia led the first quarter of the match 23-10 but Singapore came back stronger in the second quarter to outscore Indonesia 15-11. The third quarter saw a difference of only 1 point between the two teams and Singapore dominated the fourth quarter 20-13. However, Indonesia eventually caught up to win 67-70 in this nail-biting game.
Find out more about the game here.
Women’s Compound Team advances into knockout rounds
Christina put up a good performance yesterday in the Women’s Individual Compound event, scoring 631 points and coming in at 26th place. She was also part of the Compound team and they have advanced into the knockout rounds.
Team Singapore Compound archers will be meeting Indonesia in the quarterfinal tomorrow at 2.30pm at the Kallang Cricket Field, and Christina will be looking to better her performance to help her team gain a spot in the medal contention rounds on 14 June.
Click here for the results.