Hanoi won the gold medal in men’s football after defeating Nghe An 2-0 at Hang Day Stadium. In archery, Hanoi, Vinh Long and Tra Vinh occupied the top three positions with eight, six and four golds medals, respectively, while in billiards & snooker Ho Chi Minh led the pack with four golds. At the Gia Lam Gymnasium, Long An overcame the Army 3-1 in the final game to snatch a gold medal. At the women’s single event in bowling, Can Tho’s Ha Dieu Huong beat Dong Nai’s Ngoc Yen to bring the fourth bowling medal to Can Tho while Vu Huy Tien earned the only bowling gold for Hanoi in the men’s single event. In the four final matches of sepak takraw, Nghe An bagged two golds while the other two belonged to Dong Nai and Soc Trang. In the 18 final games of muay, Hanoi won five to grab the first spot, followed by Ho Chi Minh City and Binh Duong with three each. In boxing, the Army won a total of five golds, with Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City coming second and third with four gold and three golds, respectively. On the final day of competition, Hanoi won an additional three golds in wushu, raising its total tally in the martial art to 15. The closing ceremony is scheduled for 20h00 today and will be broadcast live on Vietnam Television’s VTV6 Channel.