Pinoys score big win over Singapore but lose Nico Cadiz to injury in SEAG ice hockey

KUALA LUMPUR – The Philippines won a bruising battle against Singapore, 7-2, for its second straight win in the 29th Southeast Asian Games ice hockey tournament on Tuesday at the Empire City Arena in Damansara Perdana.

However, Nico Cadiz suffered a dislocated left shoulder, according to team manager Petronilo Tigaronita.

They whipped Indonesia, 12-0, in their opening match last Monday and was set to face Malaysia on Wednesday before facing Thailand in the five-team, single-round tournament.

Ice hockey is making its debut in the SEA Games.  

 

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