Philippines rules women's softball, earn SEA Games gold
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines grabbed another gold medal in the 28th Southeast Asian Games by defeating Thailand, 3-0, in the women softball grand finale at the Kallang Softball Field in Singapore on Wednesday, June 10.
The Philippines scored two runs in the third inning and another one in the fourth, while shutting out their Thai opponents over six innings. The Philippines also held Singapore scoreless in a 10-0 rout on Tuesday to advance to the finals. The host nation Singapore earned bronze.
The Philippines now has 20 gold medals, to go along with 20 silvers and 31 bronzes to move to fifth place overall past Indonesia and Myanmar.
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