Softball at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games

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Softball was played at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games. The Philippines national softball teams were the defending gold medalists.

The games were held at the NRRU Football Field, with 2 events: men's softball and women's softball. The tournament format is a single round-robin followed by 2-step knockout stage, with the #1 team getting a bye up to the grand final, while the #2 gets a bye up to the final.

The Philippines men's and women's softball teams defended their gold medals successfully, finishing undefeated in the tournament.

Men's tournament[edit]

Pool play[edit]

Team W L PCT GB RF RA RD
Philippines Philippines 4 0 1.000 -- 46 10 +36
Indonesia Indonesia 3 1 0.750 1 38 13 +25
Thailand Thailand 2 2 0.500 2 19 26 -7
Singapore Singapore 1 3 0.250 3 12 46 -34
Malaysia Malaysia 0 4 0.000 4 2 22 -20
PHI INA THA SIN MAS
1 Philippines 9-2 10-6 22-2 5-0
2 Indonesia 2-9 10-4 15-0 11-0
3 Thailand 6-10 4-10 7-6 2-0
4 Singapore 2-22 0-15 6-7 4-2
5 Malaysia 0-5 0-11 0-2 2-4

Playoffs[edit]

  Semifinal Final Grand Final
                           
1 Philippines Philippines 3  
2 Indonesia Indonesia 1         1 Philippines Philippines 11
      2 Indonesia Indonesia 4   2 Indonesia Indonesia 2
  4 Singapore Singapore 1  
3 Thailand Thailand 5
4 Singapore Singapore 7  

Women's tournament[edit]

Pool play[edit]

Team W L PCT GB RF RA RD
Philippines Philippines 3 0 1.000 -- 30 4 +26
Singapore Singapore 2 1 0.667 1 12 12 0
Indonesia Indonesia 1 2 0.333 2 9 23 -14
Thailand Thailand 0 3 0.000 3 2 14 -12
PHI SIN INA THA
1 Philippines 8-1 13-2 9-1
2 Singapore 1-8 9-4 2-0
3 Indonesia 2-13 4-9 3-1
4 Thailand 1-9 0-2 1-3

Playoffs[edit]

  Semifinal Final Grand Final
                           
1 Philippines Philippines 7  
2 Singapore Singapore 0         1 Philippines Philippines 7
      2 Singapore Singapore 4   2 Singapore Singapore 0
  4 Thailand Thailand 2  
4 Thailand Thailand 4
3 Indonesia Indonesia 0  

Medal summary[edit]

Medal tally[edit]

  Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Philippines 2 0 0 2
2  Singapore 0 1 1 2
3  Indonesia 0 1 0 1
4  Thailand 0 0 1 1
Total 2 2 2 6

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men  Philippines (PHI)
Anthony Santos
Apolonio Rosales
Ben Maravilles
Dario Bacarisas
Edzel Bacarisas
Isidro Abello
Jasper Cabrera
Joseph Roldan Bacarisas
Manuel Bacarisas, Jr.
Manuel Binarao
Mark Rae Ramirez
Marlon Pagkaliwagan
Melvin Villegas
Orlando Binarao
Oscar Bradshaw IV
Rogelio Rojas, Jr.
Vectorio Enriquez, Jr.
 Indonesia (INA)
Adnan Putra Djani
Amiruddin Roy Umbasan
Arman Ahmad Rusmana
Dadang Bayu Sarifudin
Dedi Purnomo
Fricharda Oestabima
Gunawan Pramono
Heri Haeruman
Jaicaria
Jajat Darajat Kusumah Negara
Michael Trisnadi
Mohammad Adi Saputra
Muhammad Said
Otto Wahyu Minarto
Rizkar Radhani
Rizky Paramasatya Nasution
Teuku Ridwan
 Singapore (SIN)
Albert Chia Leow Boon Heng
Alex Lim Zhi Wei
Aston Zheng Long
Collin Toh Boon Han
Darren Goh Chin Thong
Eugene See Yong Shun
Goh Chang Yit
Goh Keng Ngee
Jeffrey Heng Zhi Wei
Kenneth Ong Chin Chiu
Leonard Sim Kiang Kai
Marcus Lew Cheng Chye
Ng Cheong Yong
So Beng Seng
Tan Kok Siong
Tay Hung Kiat
Xie Zhao Shang
Women  Philippines (PHI)
Belen Asok
Cloiene Muyco
Dione Macasu
Elaine Bacarisas
Emily Tayag
Esmeralda Tayag
Gedda Valencia
Janet Vallite
Karina Aribal
Luvelyn Maganda
Mary Joy Lasquite
Nelsa Delagente
Nimpa Baral
Sarah Jane Agravante
Sheirylou Valenzuela
Syrel Ramos
Yocel Aguilar
 Singapore (SIN)
Chan Meilin
Chuang Chea Chee
Elane Chua Ling Ling
Fu Xinghan
Germaine Tan Qiu Wen
Guo Yanxiu Yan
Ho Sz Wha
Irianti Putri Irawan Fatullah
Keong Yumei
Koh Ruoh Yan
Michelle Koh Aimei
Norlyn Ahmad-Lim
Norsalina Shafiee
Sharon Choo Wei Ling
Suzanne Tan Su Shuen
Tay Hui Jie
Yong Wei Yi
 Thailand (THA)
Amnuay Klumdeang
Chittawadee Sangsuwan
Chompoonut Klongseema
Jarupa Somoumjan
Kantrakorn Jittsaree
Kunnatee Kamoljttkulchorn
Pasinee Montalampa
Pattama Srichan
Pinid Lee-udom
Saowaluk Klubjarid
Somporn Klaysuan
Sumalee Suansara
Sureerat Khamnet
Tassaneewan Kaowpanya
Tanyaporn Rujihan
Thanita Kuiapen
Waraporn Konyuen

References[edit]


Preceded by
2005
Softball at the Southeast Asian Games
2007 Southeast Asian Games
Succeeded by
2011