Saturday, 14 July 2018

🏸 7th Asian School Badminton Championship 2018


The 7th Asian School Badminton Championship 2018 was held at the Divisional Sports Complex, Mankapur, Nagpur in India from the 6th to 13th of July.
Boys' Singles
  • Gold - Kok Jing Hong (Malaysia)
  • Bronze - Teerapat Kleawan (Thailand)
  • Bronze - Muhuammad Shaqeem Eiman (Malaysia)

Girls' Singles
  • Silver -  Somm Sawangsri (Thailand)
  • Bronze - Atitaya Povanon (Thailand)
 
Girls Doubles
  • Gold -  Low Yeen Yuan-Valeree Slow (Malaysia)
  • Bronze - Cheah Wen Jun-Chiu Jing Yun (Singapore)
  • Bronze - Kasturi Radhakrisnan-Wong Ling Ching (Malaysia)
Boys Doubles
  • Gold - Ooi Jhy Dar-Wyman Goh Wai Yap (Malaysia) 
  • Silver - Lee Shun Yang-Lee Yi Bo (Malaysia)
  • Bronze - Sirawit Sothon-Tanodon Punpanich (Thailand) 
  • Bronze - Patrawat Termthanasak-Wongsathorn Thongkham (Thailand) 

Mixed Doubles
  • Gold -Yap Roi King-Gan Jing Err (Malaysia) 
  • Silver - Wan Muhammad Arif-Teoh Lexuan (Malaysia)
  • Bronze - Kaninpong Yokard-Mesnee Loog (Thailand)

Boys Team Event
Quarterfinal
  • India (5-0) China
  • Singapore (3-2) Hong Kong
  • Malaysia (5-0) China
  • Thailand  (4-1) Singapore

Semifinal
  • Malaysia (3-0) Singapore
  • Thailand  (3-1) India
Finals
Boys: Malaysia (3-1) Thailand
  • BS1: Muhammad Shaqeem Liman [MAS] Win (21-10 21-15) [vs] Teerapat Kieman [THA]
  • BD1: Ooi Jhy Dar/Kok Jin Hong [MAS] Win (21-14 17-21 21-17) [vs] Sirawit Sothan/Tanadon Punpanich [THA]
  • BS2: Lee Shun Yang [MAS] (Lost to) Vichaya Pongwong [THA] (19-21 11-21)
  • BD2: Wan Mohammad Arif/Wyman Goh Wai Yap [MAS] Win (23-21 21-11) [vs] Sathorn Thongkam/Patranat Term Janasak [THA]
Girls Team Event
Quarterfinal
  • Hong Kong  (3-2) India
  • Singapore  (3-2) China
  • Thailand  (5-0) Singapore
  • Malaysia  (5-0) Hong Kong
Semifinal
  • Malaysia (3-1) Singapore
  • Thailand  (3-0) Hong Kong
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Finals
Malaysia  (0-3) Thailand
  • GS1: Kasturi Radhakrishnan [MAS] (Lost to) Benyappa Aimsaard [THA] (9-21 15-21)
  • GD1: Gan Jin Err/Teoh Le Xuan [MAS] (Lost to) Benyappa Aimsaard/Atitaya Povanon [THA] (16-21 21-14 18-21)
  • GS2: Letshana Karupathevan [MAS] (Lost to) Atitaya Povanon [THA] (11-21 16-21)
Team Malaysia
  • (Boys) Jacky Kok Jing Hong, Lee Shun Yang, Wyman Goh Wai Yap, Ooi Jhy Dar, Yap Roy King, Wan Mohammad Ariff & Muhammad Shaqeem Eiman
  • (Girls) Letshana Karupathevan, Myisha Mohd Khairul, Valeree Siow, Wong Ling Ching, Kasturi Radhakrishnan, Gan Jin Err, Low Yeen Yuan & Teoh Le Xuan