Billiards and snooker at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games

Billiards and Snooker at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games were held at the Makati Coliseum in Makati City, Metro Manila. Participants competed in several events. This was the first time that women were allowed to compete in the events.

Billiards and Snooker
at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Southeast Asian Games 2005 stamp of the Philippines Billiards.jpg
Logo of billiards and snooker at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games on a 2005 stamp of the Philippines
VenueMakati Coliseum
LocationMakati City, Metro Manila
Start dateNovember 27, 2005
End dateDecember 4, 2005

SummaryEdit

  *   Host nation (Philippines)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Philippines (PHI)*82111
2  Thailand (THA)2406
  Vietnam (VIE)2406
4  Singapore (SIN)1258
5  Myanmar (MYA)1102
6  Malaysia (MAS)0156
7  Indonesia (INA)0033
Totals (7 nations)14141442

Medal winnersEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Snooker Singles Issara Kachaiwong
(  Thailand)
Nitiwat Kanjanasari
(  Thailand)
Moh Keen Hoo
(  Malaysia)
Men's Snooker Doubles   Thailand (THA)   Singapore (SIN)   Malaysia (MAS)
Men's Snooker Team   Philippines
Alex Pagulayan
Joven Alba
Leonardo Andam
  Thailand
Nitiwat Kanjanjanasri
Phaithoon Phonbun
Supoj Saenla
  Indonesia
Rudy Sulaeman
Bambang Saputra
Men's 1 Cushion Carom Nguyen Thanh Binh
(  Vietnam)
Le Phuoc Loi
(  Vietnam)
Reynaldo Grandea
(  Philippines)
Men's English Singles Nguyen Thanh Long
(  Vietnam)
U Kyaw Oo
(  Myanmar)
Hasan Manfaluti
(  Indonesia)
Men's English Doubles   Myanmar
U Kyaw Oo
U Aung San Oo
  Thailand
Praput Chaithanasakun
Atthasit Mahitthi
  Malaysia
Lean Kam Beng
Roslan Yurnalis
Men's 8 Ball Singles Alex Pagulayan
(  Philippines)
Lee Vann Corteza
(  Philippines)
Tey Choon Kiat
(  Singapore)
Men's 8 Ball Doubles   Philippines
Lee Vann Corteza
Antonio Gabica
  Vietnam
Nguyen Phuc Long
Nguyen Thanh Nam
  Singapore
Tey Choon Kiat
Chan Keng Kwang
Men's 9 Ball Singles Chan Keng Kwang
(  Singapore)
Luong Chi Dung
(  Vietnam)
Ooi Fook Yuen
  Malaysia
Men's 9 Ball Doubles   Philippines
Alex Pagulayan
Dennis Orcullo
  Vietnam
Nguyen Thanh Nam
Luong Chi Dung
  Singapore
Toh Lian Han
Chan Keng Kwang
Men's 15 Ball Singles Ronato Alcano
(  Philippines)
Antonio Gabica
(  Philippines)
Muhamad Junarto
(  Indonesia)
Men's 15 Ball Doubles   Philippines
Ronato Alcano
Leonardo Andam
  Thailand
Tepwin Arunnath
Amnuayporn Chotipong
  Malaysia
Ibrahim Amir
Ooi Fook Yuen
Women's 8 Ball Singles Rubilen Amit
(  Philippines)
Hoe Shu Wah
(  Singapore)
Charlene Chai Zeet Huey
(  Singapore)
Women's 9 Ball Singles Rubilen Amit
(  Philippines)
Suhana Dewi Sabtu
(  Malaysia)
Hoe Shu Wah
(  Singapore)

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