7th December, Doha: Pole-sitter, Kim Bolleby of Sweden rolled the first perfect game of the H.H. Emir Cup 2023 to stretch his lead in the qualifying standings on Thursday.
6th December, Doha: 2019 Asian Championships Team gold medalist, Eric Tseng of Hong Kong, China improved two notches to take up second position in the qualifying standings of the H.H. Emir Cup 2023 on Wednesday.
5th December, Doha: 2012 champion, Kim Bolleby of Sweden took over pole position in the qualifying standings of the H.H. Emir Cup 2023 at Qatar International Bowling Center on Tuesday.
15th October, Kuwait: Canada defeated Korea in the Men's title match to deny them a clean sweep of the Team event at the 2023 IBF World Bowling Championships while the Korean women edged Malaysia in the Women's championship match to win the gold medal.
14th October, Kuwait: Tony Wong, Ivan Tse and Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong, China captured the Men's Trios gold medal of the 2023 IBF World Bowling Championships while Korea won their second gold medal with victory in the Women's Trios title match.
12th October, Kuwait: Singapore's pairs of Daphne Tan-Cherie Tan and Colleen Pee-New Hui Fen captured the Women's Doubles gold and silver medals at the 2023 INF World Bowling Championships while Korea's Kim Kyung Min-Kim Dong Hyeon and Won Jong Hyeok-Oh Byun Jun won the Men's Doubles gold and silver medals.
1st October, Kuwait: Topseed, Pontus Andersson needed a second deciding game to beat his Swedish compatriot, William Svenson in the title match of the 14th Kuwait International Open 2023 to capture his firt major international title while the Ladies' crown went to Juliana Franco of Colombia.
30th September, Kuwait: Two-handed Swede, William Svenson surged into second in the top bracket of the qualifying standings at the 14th Kuwait International Open on Saturday with Hong Kong's Keith Mark and Ivan Tse in third and fifth.
29th September, Kuwait: Abdulrahman Al Khelewi of Saudi Arabia, William Svenson of Sweden and Keith Mark of Hong Kong made their way into the top bracket of the qualifying standings at the 14th Kuwait International Open 2023 on Friday.
9th September, Kuching: Topseed, Cheah Yung Ren of Malaysia captured the Open Masters title of the Sarawak International Open Bowling Championships 2023 after narrowly defeating compatriot, Ahmad Azriq Izamuddin, 184-171 in the Last Man Standing title match.
8th September, Kuching: Ex-international, Bong Kihow of Sarawak, bagged the Classified Masters crown of the Sarawak International Open Bowling Championships 2023 ahead of Chinese Taipei's Chang Hsiang-Yu in second and Kuala Lumpur's Muhammad Hazim B Alihanafiah third.
8th September, Kuching: National youth, Wan Muhammad Zarif Ikram needed a second match to beat challenger, Nabil Aiman B Mantaib of Sabah, 234-182 for the Youth U-25 Masters title of the Sarawak International Open Bowling Championships 2023.
25th August, Singapore: Daiya Saito of Japan denied Singapore a clean sweep of the Masters finals by defeating Aiman Lim of Singapore A to emerge as Boy's champion at the 22nd Asian Junior Tenpin Bowling Championships while Lim Shi En of Singapore A successfully defended the Girl's Masters title.
24th August, Singapore: 2023 Asian Youth Masters silver medallist, Blake Walsh of Australia A and All-Events bronze medallist, Riria Hamasaki of Japan topped the Boy's and Girl's Masters first block finals of the 22nd Asian Junior Tenpin Bowling Championships.
23rd August, Singapore: Host nation, Singapore ended the third day of the 22nd Asian Junior Tenpin Bowling Championships with a four gold medals haul in the Boy's and Girl's Team of 4 and the Boy's and Girl's All-Events.
29th July, Bangkok: Topseeds, Muhd Jaris Goh of Singapore and Nora Lyana Nastasia of Malaysia were crowned Men's and Women's Open Masters champions of the 47th MWA-Singha Thailand International which ended on Saturday evening.
29th July, Bangkok: 2017 Thailand Open second runner-up, Hardy Rachmadian of Indonesia and Nora Lyana Nastasia of Malaysia won the Men's Open and Women's Open Round 2 finals of the 47th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open on Saturday to advance to the next round.
28th July, Bangkok: Overnight leaders, Hong Hae Sol of Incheon, Korea and Sin Li Jane of Malaysia ended the third block of qualifying rounds of the 47th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open in pole positions.