SEA Games: Singapore's women's water polo team trounce Malaysia 21-3

Singapore's Adelyn Yew (blue cap) tussling with Indonesia's Ayudya Suidarwanty Pratiwi (right) during their women's water polo opener on June 10, 2015. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM 
Singapore's Adelyn Yew (blue cap) tussling with Indonesia's Ayudya Suidarwanty Pratiwi (right) during their women's water polo opener on June 10, 2015. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM 

SINGAPORE - The Republic's women's water polo team beat Malaysia 21-3 on Friday at the OCBC Aquatic Centre to notch their second win of the five-team competition.

The hosts were never really in trouble and easily dominated the Malaysians with swift passing play.

They are first in the round-robin table with four points from two matches, and are favourites to win the gold medal, having already defeated Indonesia 7-4 on Wednesday. In 2011, they beat the Indonesians in the final.

The hosts will now play the Philippines on Saturday at 4pm for their third round-robin match. Their last game will take place on Monday, when they meet Thailand.

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