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Women’s 9 Ball - The 28th South East Asia Games
5th-16th June 2015 / Singapore


WOMEN’S 9 BALL POOL SINGLES
Results (Preliminary Round)
Klaudia Dahlia (Malaysia)                   5-7    Siraphat Chitchomnart (Thailand)
Hui Ming Jessica Tan (Singapore)    7-4    Nwye Nwye Hlaing (Myanmar)
Chezka Centeno (Philippines)          7-4    Tin Ngoc Le Doan (Vietnam)
Aye Mi Aung (Myanmar)                     7-6    Zeet Huey Charlene Chai (Singapore)
Suhana Dewi Sabtu (Malaysia)          7-5    Thi Ngoc Huyen Huynh (Vietnam)
Fathrah Masum (Indonesia)              7-5    Waratthanun Sukritthanes (Thailand)

(Quarter-Finals)
Angeline Magdalena Ticoalu (Indonesia)    7-5    Chitchomnart
Tan                                                                           3-7    Centeno
Aung                                                                        7-5    Sabtu
Masum                                                                    2-7    Rubilen Amit (Philippines)

(Semi-Finals)
Chitchomnart    5-7    Centeno
Aung                     2-7    Amit

(Final)
Centeno        7-5    Amit


​GOLD - CHEZKA CENTENO (PHILIPPINES)

SILVER - RUBILEN AMIT (PHILIPPINES)

​BRONZE - SIRAPHAT CHITCHOMNART (THAILAND) & AYE MI AUNG (MYANMAR)


15 year old Chezka Centeno beat fellow Filipina Rubilen Amit to secure SEA Games Gold in the Women’s 9 Ball division.

Centeno, who comes from Zamboanga City, started well against her vastly experienced opponent in the final; Amit is a two time World 10 Ball Champion and multiple Gold medallist winner in previous Games. She took the opening three racks, and nurtured that advantage to the finishing post.

Centeno had survived a 2-5 deficit in her semi-final clash with Thailand’s Siraphat Chitchomnart, to set up a meeting with her self confessed idol.

Philippines clean swept all three disciplines of 9 Ball throughout this years Games.



written by Michael Day, published on 29th June 2015