18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships

Malaysia sweeps Masters gold medals
17th November, Kuching: Host Malaysia emerged as overall champion of the 18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships after Tun Ameerul Hakim and Puteri Nurul Dini swept the Boy's and Girl's Masters gold medals.

Hong Kong, Singapore leads first block
16th November, Kuching: Doubles bronze medallist, Alex Yu of Hong Kong A team and two bronze medallist, Fiona Yew of Singapore A team led the Boy's and Girl's Masters first block finals of the 18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships.

Indonesia, Malaysia A crowned Team champions
15th November, Kuching: Indonesia denied Malaysia a clean sweep of the Team of 4 event at the 18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships with victory in the Boy's division while Malaysia comfortably won the Girl's division.

Malaysia wins Doubles gold and silver
14th November, Kuching: Singles bronze and gold medallists, Puteri Nurul Dini and Gillian Lim won Malaysia A Team's second gold medal at the 18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships with victory in the Girl's Doubles event.

Aussie pair bags Doubles gold
14th November, Kuching: Lachlan Stephenson and Callum Borck bagged the Boy's Doubles gold medal on the second day of the 18th Asian School Tenpi Bowling Championships for Australia A Team at Megalanes Sarawak.

Hong Kong national wins Singles gold
13th November, Kuching: Ivan Tse of Hong Kong A captured the Boy's Singles gold medal at the 18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships with Ahmad Azriq of Malaysia A and Aidan Poh of Singapore A earning the silver and bronze medals.

Malaysia off to a great start
13th November, Kuching: Gillian Lim and Puteri Nurul Dini gave host Malaysia off to a great start at the 18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships underway at Megalanes Sarawak winning the gold and bronze in the Girl's Singles event.

Asian School returns to Malaysia
11th November, Kuching: The 18th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships returned to Malaysia after a seven-year break, hosted by Amatuer Bowling Association of Sarawak with a total of ten countries comprising of 63 boys and 28 girls taking part.

  31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships

Yancheng sweeps Masters gold medals
12th November, Yancheng: Host city emerged as overall champion of the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships by sweeping the Men's, Women's and Women's Senior Masters gold medals while Beijing claimed the Men's Senior title.

Yancheng sweeps Men, Women Senior Team gold
11th November, Yancheng: Host city swept the Men's and Women's Senior Team gold medals at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships as well as winning three additional gold medals in the Men's, Women's and Women's Senior All Events.

Yancheng and Kowloon win Team gold
11th November, Yancheng: First block leaders, Yancheng and Kowloon concluded the second block of the Team of 4 event to win the Women's and Men's Senior Team gold medals at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships.

Commanding lead for Yancheng
10th November, Yancheng: Doubles silver medallist, Li Qin and Kong Min and bronze medallist, Peng Rui and Zhang Chunli of Yancheng, took a commanding lead in the first block of Women's Team of 4 event at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships.

Yancheng sets course for more glory
10th November, Yancheng: Host city, Yancheng set course for more glory as the men led the first block of the Team of 4 event at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships while Suzhou sprang a surprise lead in the Women' Senior division.

Paranaque picks up second gold
9th November, Yancheng: The first Paranaque pair of Dennis Ho and Johnson Cheng picked up their second gold medal at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships after snatching victory in the sixth and final game of the Men's Senior Doubles event.

Convincing victory for Paranaque
9th November, Yancheng: Paranaque denied host city their fifth gold medal at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships as Anne Marie Kiac and Lasa Posadas took a convincing victory in the Women's Doubles event.

Yancheng adds two more gold medals
8th November, Yancheng: Host city, Yancheng added two more gold medals to their tally after Qi Wangkang and Xu Chen overhauled Squad A leader, Hong Kong in Squad B to win the Men's Doubles gold at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships while their fifth gold came from the Women's Senior Yancheng pair.

Hong Kong leads Doubles first squad
8th November, Yancheng: Singles silver medallist and first perfect gamer, Ernest Kwok of Hong Kong 1 partnered last year's Singles and All Events gold medallist, Jimmy Cheung to lead the Men's Doubles Squad A at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships.

First gold for Pasay City
8th November, Yancheng: Victor Emmanuel Agu snatched the first gld medal for Pasay City at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships after winning the Men's Senior division Singles event in his sixth and final game.

Yancheng wins third gold
7th November, Yancheng: Peng Rui won host city Yancheng's third gold medal at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships with victory in the Women's division Singles with the silver going to Chinese Taichung and the bronze to Paranaque.

Macau bowler takes second squad
7th November, Yancheng: Macau bowler, Tam Tsz Sun missed the gold medal by six pins despite winning the second squad of the Men's Singles division at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships as Squad A leader, Yang Wei bagged the gold.

Yancheng national tops opening squad
7th November, Yancheng: Yancheng national bowler, Yang Wei snatched the lead of the Men's Singles division opening squad at the 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships underway at Yancheng National Training Bowling Centre.

Asian Intercity Championships declared open
6th November, Yancheng: The 31st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships, hosted for the first time in city of Yancheng, China and attended by some of Yancheng's top government officials was declared open on Monday.

  19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships

Korea sweeps Masters gold medals
28th October, Manila: Park Geon Ha and Lee Jung Min Korea concluded the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships by dominating the Boy's and Girl's Masters finals to claim their fifth ans sixth gold medals of the competition.

Indonesian, Malaysian leads Masters first block
27th October, Manila: Doubles silver medallist, Billy Muhammad Islam of Indonesia and Team silver medallist, Faten Najihah of Malaysia topped the first block Masters finals of the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships on Friday.

Korea, Singapore triumphs in Team of 4
26th October, Manila: Block 1 leader, Korea remained unchallenged in the second block of the Boy's Team of 4 event to win their fourth gold medal at the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships while Singapore snatched the Girl's Team of 4 gold in the final game.

Korea, Malaysia leads first block
25th October, Manila: Boy's Doubles gold and bronze medallists, Korea displayed their supremacy to lead the first block of the Team of Four event at the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships while Malaysia topped the girl's division.

Third gold medal for Korea
24th October, Manila: Yang Da Som and Lee Jung Min captured Korea's third gold medal in the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships at Coronado Lanes, EDSA Starmall with an easy victory in the Girl's Doubles event.

Korea bags second gold and first bronze
24th October, Manila: The first pair of Han Jae Hyeon-Lee Ju Hyung and the second pair of Park Geon Ha-Lim Seong-Lyul bagged Korea's second gold and added a bronze medal in the Boy's Doubles event of the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships on Tuesday.

Convincing victory for Malaysian
23rd October, Manila: 2016 Thailand Open Youth Under-21 champion, Tun Ameerul Al-Hakim took a convincing victory in the Boy's Singles event to win Malaysia's first gold medal at the 19th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships.

Korean bags first gold
23rd October, Manila: Korean debutant, Kim Ye Sol bagged the first gold medal of the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships with victory in the Girl's Singles at the 38-lane Coronado Lanes, EDSA Starmall in Mandaluyong City.

Glamarous show at opening ceremony
22nd October, Manila: Host Philippines put on a glamarous show at the opening ceremony of the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships which was officially decalred open by HRH Sheikh Talal Mohammad Al-Sabah, President of Asian Bowling Federation and World Bowling.

Fifteen countries for 2017 Asian Youth
21st October, Manila: Asian Youth Championships return to Philippines after 20 years as fifteen countries converged in Manila for the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships which will begin tomorrow at Coronado Lanes, Starmall EDSA.

  2017 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand

Historical victory for Thai
6th October, Bangkok: Last year's second runner-up, Yannaphon Larpapharat made history by becoming the first Thai to win the 2017 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand beating defending champion, Jesper Svensson of Sweden, 212-202 in the finals.

Round 3 victory for Brit
5th October, Bangkok: 2017 Webber Cup winning member, Stuart Williams of England ran away with a victory in Round 3 Finals of the 2017 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand ahead of Shalin Zulkifli of Malaysia in second and defending champion, Jesper Svensson of Sweden third.

Colombian wins Round 2 Finals
5th October, Bangkok: 2014 USBC Queens champion, Maria Jose Rodriguez of Colombia narrowly beat 2016 USBC Masters champion and American PBA pro, Anthony Simonsen of Austin, Texas to win the 2017 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand Round 2 Finals.

American PBA pro takes over lead
4th October, Bangkok: 2011-12 PBA Player of the Year and 2013 PBA-WBT Thailand champion, Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., United States took over the qualifying lead of the PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand on Wednesday at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Paragon.

American PBA pro stamps his mark
3rd October, Bangkok: 2015 DHC Japan Invitational and 2014 QubicaAMF World Cup champion, Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas stamped his mark to move into second spot of the 2017 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand qualifying standings.

Indonesian shoots 300 for lead
2nd October, Bangkok: 29th SEA Games Team silver medallist, Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia shot the first perfect game of the 2017 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand underway at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Paragon to take an early lead in the qualifying standings.

  5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games

Chinese Taipei, Korea wins Team gold
27th September, Ashgabat: Chinese Taipei won their first-ever gold medal of the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games with victory in the 4-player Team final while Korea triumphed in the women's division for their second gold on the final day.

Final matches decided for Team event
26th September, Ashgabat: The Women's final between topseed Korea and Philippines and the Men's final between Chinese Taipei and Qatar were decided after their respective victories in the 4-player Team semi-finals of the 5th Asian Indoor & Mart Arts Games.

Korea dominates Team preliminaries
25th September, Ashgabat: Korean men and women totally dominated the 6-games Team of Four preliminaries of the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games with big margins to advance for tomorrow's semi-finals shootout as topseeds.

China denies Korea third gold
24th September, Ashgabat: Third-seed, Zhang Yuhong and Zhang Chunli of China denied a strong Korean pair their third gold medal at the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games by defeating them, 457-407 in the Women's Doubles final.

Korea wins Doubles gold and silver
23rd September, Ashgabat: Second-seed Cho Young Seon and Kim Kyung Min won the Men's Doubles gold after defeating top seed, Choi Bok Eum and Kang Hee Won, 434-383 in the all-Korean final match at the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games.

Korean top seed wins gold
22nd September, Ashgabat: 2015 World Championships Trios gold medallist and top seed, Baek Sung Ja of Korea won the Women's Singles gold medal on the second day of the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games.

Thai strikes first gold
21st September, Ashgabat: Annop Arromsaranon of Thailand finally broke the ice on his third appearance to strike the first gold medal of the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games with victory in the Men's Singles event.

Eighteen countries at Asian Indoor Games
18th September, Ashgabat: Eighteen countries converged in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan to battle for glory at the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games which will commence on September 21 at the 32-lane Bowling Center.

  29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships

Malaysia ends games with two gold medals
25th August, Kuala Lumpur: Veteran national bowler, Shalin Zulkfili and Rafiq Ismail ended the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships campaign in style as both won their third gold medals in the Women's and Men's Masters event.

Singapore, Malaysia shares glory
24th August, Kuala Lumpur: First block leader, Singapore defied all odds to capture the Men's Team gold medal of the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships while Malaysia picked up their fifth gold medal in the women's division.

Double joy for Thailand and Malaysia
23rd August, Kuala Lumpur: Thailand and host nation, Malaysia celebrated a double joy on the fourth day of the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships after the men captured the Trios gold and silver medals while the women bagged the Trios gold and bronze.

Third one-two for Malaysia
22nd August, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia dominated the third day of the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships at Sunway Megalanes with a third one-two finish after Rafiq Ismail-Sin Li Jane and Shalin Zulkifli-Alex Liew captured the Mixed Doubles gold and silver medals.

Indonesia bags first gold
21st August, Kuala Lumpur: 2015 Doubles silver medallists, Tannya Roumimper and Sharon Limansantoso bagged Indonesia's first gold medal of the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships with a deserving victory in the Women's Doubles event at Sunway Megalanes.

Another one-two for Malaysia
21st August, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian pairs of Alex Liew-Syafiq Ridhwan and Adrian Ang-Rafiq Ismail completed another one-two finish to capture the Men's Doubles gold and silver medals at the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships.

Malaysia wins gold and silver, Indonesia bronze
20th August, Kuala Lumpur: Rafiq Ismail defended the Men's Singles event to give Malaysia their first gold medal at the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships while Adrian Ang added a silver for a one-two finish.

Singapore gold, Malaysia silver and bronze
20th August, Kuala Lumpur: 2011 SEA Games Singles gold medallist, Cherie Tan gave Singapore their first gold medal at the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championships with a convincing victory in the Women's Singles as host, Malaysia settled for the silver and bronze medals.

Seven countries set for glory
19th August, Kuala Lumpur: Seven countries from the South East Asian regions are all set for glory when the 29th SEA Games Tenpin Bowling Championship gets underway on Sunday at Sunway Pyramid Megalanes.

  ABF Tour 2017

Double Joy for Saudi, Indonesian
16th July, Hong Kong: It was a double joy for newly-crowned Hong Kong International Open champion, Ammar Tarrad of Saudi Arabia after winning the 2017 ABF Tour Hong Kong Men's title while Nadia Pramanik gave Indonesia a second title in the women's division.

Maiden tour title for Thai and Kiwi
9th July, Kaohsiung: Atchariya Cheng of Thailand averaged 221 over four matches to capture his first-ever Men's tour title at the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2017 while debutant, Bianca Tofilau of New Zealand won the women's crown.

Victory for Indonesian and Malaysian
25th June, Macau: 2017 Macau Open first runner-up, Putty Armein of Indonesia got a lucky break to win the Women's title of the ABF Tour Macau 2017 for the second time while two-time Malaysian national champion Adrian Ang clinched his first-ever tour title in the Men's division.

Fifth for Hong Kong, first for Malaysian
16th April, Bangkok: Michael Mak of Hong Kong captured his fifth tour title with victory in the Men's final of the ABF Tour Thailand 2017 while Sin Li Jane of Malaysia claimed her first-ever tour title in the women's division at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin.

Malaysia, Singapore wins last leg
24th October, Jakarta: Esther Cheah of Malaysia and Remy Ong of Singapore captured the Women's and Men's titles of final leg of 2016 ABF Tour to secure their places in the Tournament of Champions at Jaya Ancol Bowling Centre on Monday.

China celebrates sweet double
13th October, Shanghai: Tour debutants, Yang Liyan and Mi Zhongli celebrated a sweet double for China after emerging as Women's and Men's champions of the inaugural 2016 ABF Tour China leg at Hao's Bowling Centre on Thursday.

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