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NAY PYI TAW (2 NOVEMBER 2014): Myanmar closed their first ever ISTAF SuperSeries competition with a 21-18, 21-13 win over Singapore to finish ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 in third place.

The hosts were in control from the start and met with little resistance from a subdued Singaporean side in the Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium here today. The only cog in their well-oiled machine was tekong Aung Myo Swe, who found the net more often than not and was replaced halfway through the first set by Htoo Aung Kyaw, a member of the Incheon Oriental Games regu bronze-winning squad.

Aung Kyaw’s powerful acts spurred a side who, although taking a 7-1 lead in the first set, had allowed the Singaporeans to slowly come back into the complement. Aided by tekong Mohamed Farhan Amran’s sneaky service, they managed to save five match points however the homeboys were already safe and sound having a six-point lead.

The second set started similar to the first, yet this time Myanmar did not allow their particular opponents much room for a comeback. They galloped to a 7-2 business lead and then kept Singapore at bay having a minimum five-point margin for the rest of the particular match.

In the finals, Thailand defeated Malaysia 20-22, 21-18, 21-23 in a thrilling match in order to claim their fourth consecutive ISTAF SuperSeries title and hammer house the fact that they are the world’s best sepaktakraw team. ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 only showcases eight of the world’s best men’s teams and 6 of the women’s.

The particular women’s national team defeated Philippines 21-19, 22-24, 21-16 to finish third and cap a fine run for the hosts. They beat Japan plus took a set off top seed products Thailand in their 2-1 loss in their Group B matches before losing 16-21, 23-21, 13-21 in a engrossing semi-final against Vietnam.

Thailand, who has won every single ISTAF SuperSeries title since the first competition commenced in 2011, showed no indication of giving up their dominance of the game by defeating Vietnam 21-18, 21-13 in the finals.

ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 kicked-off the 2014/15 season. Three other legs are scheduled to be performed in South Korea, Indonesia and the Philippines.

ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 is jointly organised by the International Sepaktakraw Federation (ISTAF) and Asia Sports Ventures (ASV), ISTAF’s exclusive global commercial plus developmental partner. It is being held with the support of host partners the Myanmar Ministry of Sports activities and the Myanmar Sepaktakraw Federation (MSTAF).

The official broadcast companion in Myanmar is the Forever Team, who televised matches over MRTV 4 and Channel 7. Selected matches including the semi-finals, third-fourth putting match and finals were aired live.

ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 was televised to 70 countries worldwide. For the first-time, fans can also catch all four times of tournament action live on www.sepaktakraw.org.

The ISTAF SuperSeries could be the first and only elite platform just for regular sepaktakraw competition at the greatest level. Alongside the ISTAF Entire world Cup, the internationally-recognised event could be the only sepaktakraw tournament acknowledged by ISTAF and plays a key part in deciding the official ISTAF Entire world Rankings.

FINAL RESULTS (MEN)
Finals: Thailand bt Malaysia 2-1 (20-22, 21-18, 21-23)
3rd-4th Placing: Myanmar bt Singapore 2-0 (21-18, 21-13)

FINAL RESULTS (WOMEN)
Finals: Thailand bt Vietnam 2-0 (21-18, 21-13)
3-4th Placing: Myanmar bt Indonesia 2-1 (21-19, 22-24, 21-16)

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NAY PYI TAW (2 NOVEMBER 2014): Myanmar closed their first ever ISTAF SuperSeries tournament with a 21-18, 21-13 win over Singapore to finish ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 in third place.

The hosts were in charge from the start and met with little resistance from a subdued Singaporean part at the Wunna Theikdi Indoor Arena here today. The only cog in their well-oiled machine was tekong Aung Myo Swe, who found the net more often than not and was replaced midway through the first set by Htoo Aung Kyaw, a member of the Incheon Asian Games regu bronze-winning squad.

Aung Kyaw’s effective serves spurred a side whom, although taking a 7-1 lead within the first set, had allowed the particular Singaporeans to slowly come back in to the match. Aided by tekong Mohamed Farhan Amran’s sneaky service, these people managed to save five match points but the homeboys were already safe and sound with a six-point lead.

The second set started similar to the first, but this time Myanmar did not allow their opponents much room to get a comeback. They galloped to a 7-2 lead and then kept Singapore at bay with a minimum five-point margin for the rest of the match.

Within the finals, Thailand defeated Malaysia 20-22, 21-18, 21-23 in a thrilling complement to claim their fourth consecutive ISTAF SuperSeries title and sludge hammer home the fact that they are the world’s greatest sepaktakraw team. ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 only showcases eight of the world’s best men’s teams plus six of the women’s.

The women’s national team conquered Indonesia 21-19, 22-24, 21-16 to complete third and cap a fine operate for the hosts. They beat The japanese and took a set off top seeds Thailand in their 2-1 loss in their Group B matches just before losing 16-21, 23-21, 13-21 within a engrossing semi-final against Vietnam.

Thailand, who has won every single ISTAF SuperSeries title since the first tournament commenced in 2011, showed no sign of giving up their dominance of the game by defeating Vietnam 21-18, 21-13 in the finals.

ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 kicked-off the 2014/15 season. Three other legs are scheduled to be played in South Korea, Philippines and the Philippines.

ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 is with each other organised by the International Sepaktakraw Federation (ISTAF) and Asia Sports Endeavors (ASV), ISTAF’s exclusive global industrial and developmental partner. It is becoming held with the support of host partners the Myanmar Ministry associated with Sports and the Myanmar Sepaktakraw Federation (MSTAF).

The official transmit partner in Myanmar is the Permanently Group, who televised matches over MRTV 4 and Channel 7. Selected matches including the semi-finals, third-fourth placing match and finals were aired live.

ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 was televised to over 70 countries worldwide. For that very first time, fans can also catch all four days of tournament action live on www.sepaktakraw.org.

The ISTAF SuperSeries is the first and only elite system for regular sepaktakraw competition in the highest level. Alongside the ISTAF World Cup, the internationally-recognised event is the only sepaktakraw tournament recognized by ISTAF and plays a key role in deciding the official ISTAF World Rankings.

RESULTS (MEN)
Finals: Thailand bt Malaysia 2-1 (20-22, 21-18, 21-23)
3rd-4th Placing: Myanmar bt Singapore 2-0 (21-18, 21-13)

FINAL RESULTS (WOMEN)
Titles: Thailand bt Vietnam 2-0 (21-18, 21-13)
3-4th Placing: Myanmar bt Indonesia 2-1 (21-19, 22-24, 21-16)

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