2019 SEA Games (Nov 28 – Dec 10, Philippines)


  • The 2019 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) is the 30th edition of the tournament. Eight Four nations will participate in the competition:

    • Indonesia
    • East Timor
    • Malaysia
    • Myanmar
    • Philippines
    • Singapore
    • Thailand
    • Vietnam

    All matches will be held at The Ninoy Aquino Stadium at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex. PhilSports Complex.


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  • Philippine Squad for the 2019 SEA Games

    Libero: Dawn Macandili , Kathleen Faith Arado

    Middle Blocker: Abigail Maraño , Madeleine Yrenea Madayag , Mary Joy Baron , Mika Reyes

    Opposite: Jovelyn Gonzaga

    Setter: Julia Melissa Morado , Rhea Dimaculangan

    Outside Hitter: Alyssa Valdez , Ejiya Laure , Frances Xinia Molina , Kalei Mau , Mylene Paat

    Vietnam Squad for the 2019 SEA Games

    Libero: Nguyễn Thị Kim Liên , Thị Yen Lê

    Middle-blocker: Bùi Thị Ngà , Nguyễn Thị Trinh , Thị Bích Thuỷ Trần

    Opposite: Hoàng Thị Kiều Trinh , Đặng Thị Kim Thanh

    Setter: Nguyễn Thu Hoài , Đoàn Thị Lâm Oanh

    Outside Hitter: Nguyễn Thị Xuân , Thi Hue Luu , Trần Thị Thanh Thúy , Trần Tu Linh, Thi Hong Le

    Thailand Squad for the 2019 SEA Games

    Libero: Piyanut Pannoy , Yupa Sanitklang

    Middle-blocker: Pleumjit Thinkaow , Thatdao Nuekjang , Tichakorn Boonlert , Watchareeya Nuanjam

    Opposite: Malika Kanthong , Pimpichaya Kokram

    Setter: Nootsara Tomkom , Pornpun Guedpard

    Outside Hitter: Ajcharaporn Kongyot , Chatchu-On Moksri , Onuma Sittirak , Wilavan Apinyapong

    Indonesia Squad for the 2019 SEA Games

    Libero: Dita Azizah , Yulis Indahyani

    Middle-blocker: Agustin Wulandari , Arsella Nuari Purnama , Shella Bernadetha , Wilda Nurfadilah

    Setter: Tri Retno Mutiara

    Universal: Hany Budiarti , Novia Adriyanti , Ratri Wulandari , Tasya Aprilia Putri

    Outside Hitter: Amalia Fajrina Nabila , Megawati Hangestri Pertiwi , Wintang Dyah Kumala Sakti

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  • Too Bad


    Forgive my Internet incompetence but is there an official web site for LVPI?


    All these places that say "According to LVPI ..." or "The LVPI just announced ..." never link to an official source. Drives me bonkers :wall:

  • The modern world has passed me by :( I realize I'm curmudgeonly old school in wanting an official god damn web site for teams, leagues, foundations, tournaments, whatever. But gosh darn-it, even though I concede that folks gossiping on social media are probably quicker and more accurate with information, it ruffles my knickers to no end :cursing:


    It's not like these tweeterfacegrams and shit popped up and I don't know how to adjust. I was there at the beginning and used them all and then came to the conclusion that the downside far outweighed the upside and quit them in protest. Time-suckers and spies that they are. I'm on the right side of history about this. I call.

  • how I wish Thailand would send a mix squad of their u23 and the 3bb youth to this event instead.

    These topic has been discussed in Thai webboard for years. The thing is this event is managed by SAT not TVA and they always request the best team for the event.


    It’s not just winning gold medal. Winning SEA games brings more support to the team in terms of budget, training facilities, and other stuff. So they can’t lose this.


    You may see mix squad but you won’t see 3BB youth team in this event. Ever.


    For this year, they will use sea games as a preparation matches for the OQ in January. This means full Asean Grand Prix squad + Nootsara and Ajcharaporn :S

  • Ahh, that makes sense, but at the same time it's unfortunate for the younger girls to miss out on such opportunity. Just my opinion, but I honestly think the 3bb youth u18 is actually better than the majority of u23 NT players(aside from the few 3bb players also on there) lol. If the NT head coach steps down anytime soon, I hope the 3bb coach fills his spot. He seems to be a good coach that produce some good young players.


    The competition at the SEA games isn't particularly competitive enough for prep for the Olympic(mainly when facing S. KOR) qualifications, but something is better than nothing.

  • Thailand Roster (from SEAGames website)

    1. Wilavan Apinyapong

    2. Tichakorn Boonlert

    3. Pornpun Guedpard

    4. Malika Kanthong

    5. Pimpichaya Kokram

    6. Ajcharaporn Kongyot

    7. Chatchuon Moksri

    8. Watchareeya Nuanjam

    9. Thatdao Nuekjang

    10. Piyanuch Pannoy

    11. Yupa Sanitklang

    12. Onuma Sittirak

    13. Pluemjit Thinkaow

    14. Nootsara Tomkom


    Basically the best team they have right now.

    I think this will be the same (or very close) to the roster for OQ this January.