Singapore won its 32nd and 33rd golds at the SEA Games in Naypyidaw on Saturday, when Zhan Jian and Yu Mengyu won the men's and women's table tennis singles golds respectively.
Zhan beat Vietnam's Le Tien Da 4-0 in the men's final, while Yu beat compatriot Isabelle Li in the women's final, also by the same scoreline.
Clarence Chew settled for bronze in the men's singles after losing 2-4 to Le in the semi-final.
With the double wins, Singapore swept all four titles at stake, with a total haul of four golds, one silver and one bronze. They had earlier won both team golds.