This game upped NTU’s win-loss record to 2–1. On the other hand, SUTD registered their second loss of the season.
NTU registered their third consecutive win of the season with this game. On the other hand, SIM suffered their first loss of the season to NTU, and currently hold a 3–1 win-loss record. Both teams will face Singapore Institute of Technology next.
NUS went down 32–61 to NTU to suffer their first loss of the season.
Singapore went down 72–82 to Philippines to register a 1–4 win-loss record. They finish fifth in the tournament.
Singapore bagged one silver and two bronze medals on the last day to total four medals for their campaign.
Down 30–42 at halftime, Singapore came back to register an evenly-matched second half but failed to secure a spot in the final.
Joan Poh and Joanna Chan outlasted their competitors to clinch bronze.
SEA Games Rowing (Men’s Lightweight Four 1000m): Singapore come back strong in final stretch to win silver
Singapore’s team of Syahir Ezekiel, Nadzrie Hyckell, Pek Hong Kiat and Lee Zong Han registered a timing of 3:05.25 to come in second.