Singapore thrashed Thailand 17-1 to win the Men's Asia Oceania Floorball Confederation Cup in Biñan in the Philippines.
The Singaporean team were in ruthless form as the tournament ended with a one-sided final at Alonte Sports Arena.
Ranked number 16 in the world, Singapore were led by Vignesa Pasupathy and Akmal Shaharudin, who each scored a hat-trick in the thumping win.
Singapore were only 3-1 in front after the first period before they gradually moved further clear of their opponents.
🇸🇬 win the men’s #AOFCCup2019 🤩🤩🤩 They beat 🇹🇭 clearly 17-1 👊🏻 #2 Akmal Shaharudin finished his hat-trick in the 2nd period when he scores all goals in less than 6 minutes! 🙌🏻 #floorball #oneworldoneball pic.twitter.com/deXEZGFJdR— IFF (@IFF_Floorball) July 12, 2019
They scored five unanswered goals in the second stanza and added a further nine in the last to complete a resounding victory.
Philippines claimed the bronze medal as Ryan Hallden scored the golden goal to give them a 6-5 win over South Korea.
The result hands a boost to the Philippines prior to the country hosting the Southeast Asian Games, where floorball is on the programme, later this year.