Gilas Pilipinas needed more than three full quarters to solve the riddle of Thailand and Tyler Lamb on Thursday, September 28, going without a clue before finding the answer in the last six minutes to win, 87-72, in the 19th Asian Games at the Zhejiang University Zijingang Gymnasium.
Gilas Pilipinas goes for its second win when they face Southeast Asian Games rival Thailand on Thursday, September 28, in men’s basketball competition of the 2023 Asian Games.
Indonesia shored up its drive to another leg championship with a victory over the Philippines even as Vietnam pulled the rug from under Thailand in Day 2 of the Southeast Asia Volleyball League (V.League) second leg on Saturday.
The Philippines stood its ground but still fell to Thailand in five sets while Leg 1 champion Indonesia made short work of Vietnam in the opener of the Southeast Asia Volleyball League on Friday (July 28) night at the City of Santa Rosa Multi-Purpose Complex in Laguna.
The Philippine women’s national volleyball team did its best to challenge world no. 14 Thailand in the quarterfinals of the AVC Cup for Women 2022 last Saturday inside a jampacked PhilSports Arena in Pasig City, but ultimately fell in four sets.
The Philippine women’s national volleyball team’s gallant stand against a regional powerhouse was not enough.
Gilas Pilipinas bucked off a slow start, banked on June Mar Fajardo’s dominance, and repulsed a scare from a gritty Thailand squad, 76-73 in their 31st Southeast Asian Games Vietnam 2021 men’s 5-on-5 basketball opener on Monday at the Thanh Tri Gymnasium in Hanoi.
Reigning gold medalists Thailand showcased their might, cruising past the Philippine women’s national volleyball team on Saturday, 25-15, 25-13, 25-14 in the 31st Southeast Asian Games Vietnam 2021 group phase inside a packed Đại Yên Arena in Quang Ninh.
One of Southeast Asia’s biggest mixed and ladies esports tournaments, UniPin Southeast Asia Cyber Arena (SEACA) is coming again this November.
UniPin prepared a series of exciting events for Genshin Impact fans and players from the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.