Singapore coach Mohamed Zainudeen Bin Mohamed H.'s half-time talk was a "wake-up call" to his players, who came back stronger in the second half to eventually secure a win.
Her time of 1:01.61 minutes in the Women's 50m backstroke broke the record previously set by Feng Yazhu in 2012 at 1:03.00 minutes.
Goh took the gold medals in the Women's SB4 100m breaststroke, Women's S2-S5 50m freestyle, Women's S5 200m freestyle, Women's S1-S5 100m freestyle and Women's S5 50m butterfly, shattering the Games Records in the 100m breaststroke and 200m freestyle.
ASEAN Para Games Swimming: Lawrence Tay takes home one gold, one silver and three bronzes; breaks Games Record
Tay set a new Games Record of 34.52 seconds in the Men's S14 50m backstroke.
Toh took the gold medals in the Men's S8 100m backstroke, 100m freestyle and 50m freestyle as well as the silver in the Men's S8 400m freestyle.
ASEAN Para Games Men’s F20 Shot Put: Danial Rusydi and Ivan Chua finish in fourth and fifth with Personal Bests of 8.66m and 8.04m respectively
Malaysia's Muhammad Ziyad Bin Zolkefli and Mohamad Aliff Bin Mohamad Awi came in first and second with 15.51m and 11.10m respectively while bronze went to Brunei's Mohammad Khairin Azhar Bin Rosli who posted 10.57m.
ASEAN Para Games Men’s T37 1500m: Zac Leow rises above spinal injury; claims Singapore’s first medal in athletics
Despite doctors saying that he will never be able to walk again, Zac Leow persevered and managed to clinch the silver in a personal best time of 5:44.49 minutes at the 8th ASEAN Para Games.
Despite facing a strong team, Singapore held on commendably throughout their first round of the Games.