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  PBF 2nd Philippine International Open 2018

Aussie, Filipina claims Open Masters titles
13th May, Manila: Third-seed, Sam Cooley of Australia defeated the topseed to win the Men's Open Masters title of the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open while topseed, Liza Del Rosario of Philippines claimed her sixth Philippine Open Masters Ladies' crown.

Hong Kong national wins Men's Round 1
12th May, Manila: 2014 ABF Tour Indonesia champion, Mike Chan of Hong Kong won the Men's Open Round 1 finals by a narrow margin at the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open ahead of two Indian nationals, Shabbir Dhankot and Dhruv Sarda in second and third.

Filipinas dominate Ladies' Round 1 finals
12th May, Manila: 2007 Philippine Open champion, Liza Del Rosario led a clean sweep of the top six spots of the Ladies' Open Round 1 finals at the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open to advance to Round 2 finals.

Filipinos sweep Graded Masters titles
12th May, Manila: Carl Lim of SCTBA captured his first-ever title with victory in the Men's Graded Masters finals of the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open while Noelle Campos of TBAM-Prima took the Ladies' Graded crown.

Filipina extends lead in Ladies' table
11th May, Manila: Reigning QubicaAMF World Cup champion, Krizziah Tabora of Philippines extended her lead in the Ladies' Open Masters qualifying leaderboard of the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open with a stunning record-breaking six-games total of 1606.

Philippine, Malaysia bags youth titles
11th May, Manila: 2017 Asian School Team and All Events gold medallist, Merwin Tan of Philippines and Farah Nur Iman of Sabah, Malaysia bagged the Youth Boys and Youth Girls Masters titles at the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open on Friday.

Singapore veteran clinches Senior title
11th May, Manila: Singapore's Adam Chew clinched the Open Senior Masters title of the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open by just two pins while 70-year-old Vivian Padawan of BTA-Prima captured the Ladies' Senior crown.

Aussie moves into top spot
10th May, Manila: Triple ABF Tour winner and second perfect-gamer, Sam Cooley of Australia moved into the top of the Men's Open Masters qualifying leaderboard at the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open on Thursday.

Emirati takes lead in overseas pool
9th May, Manila: Winner of six ABF Tour titles, Hussain Alsuwaidi of UAE took over the lead of the Men's Open Masters overseas qualifying pool at the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open after nearly a year's break in active competition.

Filipino poised to defend title
8th May, Manila: Defending champion, Kenneth Chua of Philippines is poised to defend the Men's Open Masters title after securing pole position in the qualifying standings of the PBF 2nd Philippine International Open underway at Coronado Lanes, Starmall EDSA.

  Jaya Ancol Singles Bowling Championships 2018

Thai captures Open Masters title
5th May, Jakarta: 2017 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand champion and top seed, Yannaphon Larpapharat of Thailand, needed only one match in the stepladder final to capture the Open Masters title of the Jaya Ancol Singles Championships 2018.

Veteran clinches Classified Masters crown
4th May, Jakarta: Indonesian veteran, Sukinto Wijaya clinched the Classified division Masters crown of the Jaya Ancol Singles Championships 2018 by a slender margin of four pins from Malaysia's Nur Nais Falilnesa and Indonesia's Prabu Putranto a further six pins.

Selangor youth claims Masters title
4th May, Jakarta: Muhammad Azizi Naim of Selangor SUKMA squad claimed his first international title after an easy victory in the Youth Masters finals of the Jaya Ancol Singles Bowling Championships 2018 on Friday.

Malaysian wins qualifying rounds
3rd May, Jakarta: Block 1 and 2 leader, Chong Jun Foo of Sarawak, Malaysia won the qualifying rounds of the Open division at the inaugural Jaya Ancol Singles Bowling Championships after the end of the third block.

Sarawakian retains lead after Block 2
2nd May, Jakarta: Overnight leader, Chong Jun Foo of Sarawak, Malaysia retained the lead of the Open division qualifying standings at the inaugural Jaya Ancol Singles Bowling Championships after the second block.

Indonesian veteran takes Squad C
1st May, Jakarta: 2017 Piala Agum Gumelar first runner-up, Rudy Goenawan of Indonesia took the third squad of the first block of qualifying at the inaugural Jaya Ancol Singles Bowling Championships 2018 on Tuesday evening.

Left-handers rule Squad B
1st May, Jakarta: Left-handers, Melyssa Chua of Singapore and Sharon Koh of Malaysia finished one-two in the second squad of the first block of qualifying at the inaugural Jaya Ancol Singles Bowling Championships 2018.

Sarawakian tops opening squad
1st May, Jakarta: 2013 Asian Youth Singles gold medallist, Chong Jun Foo of Sarawak, Malaysia topped the opening squad of the first block of qualifying rounds at the inaugural Jaya Ancol Singles Bowling Championships 2018.

  ABF Tour 2018/2017

Chinese Taipei celebrates rare double
15th April 2018, Bangkok: Lin Pai-Feng and Wang Ya-Ting celebrated a rare double for Chinese Taipei by capturing the Men's and Women's titles of the opening leg of the ABF Tour Thailand at Blu-O Rhythm and Bowl Siam Paragon.

Double Joy for Saudi, Indonesian
16th July, 2017 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, 2017 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 2017, 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 2017, 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.

  44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships

Topseeds crowned champions
14th April, Bangkok: Topseeds Park Geon Ha of Korea and Shayna Ng of Singapore needed just a single match each to defeat their challengers to win the Men's Open and Ladies' Open Masters titles at the concluding the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open.

Malaysian, Taiwanese wins Round 2
14th April, Bangkok: Christopher Tiong of Malaysia and Chou Chia-Chen of Chinese Taipei narrowly won the Men's and Ladies' Open Round 2 Masters finals of the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open at Blu-O Rhythm and Bowl Paragon on Saturday.

Korean, Malaysian tops qualifying
13th April, Bangkok: Twice perfect gamer, Lee Won Seok of Korea remained unchallenged at the end of qualifying round to finish atop the Men's Open standings of the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open while Malaysia's Esther Cheah took over the Ladies' Open top spot.

Korean retains pole position
12th April, Bangkok: Overnight leader, Lee Won Seok of Korea shot his second perfect game during the second block to remain in the lead of the Men's Open Masters qualifying standings at the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open.

Left-handers shine in Squad C
11th April, Bangkok: Left-handers, Atchariya Cheng of Thailand and Cherie Tan of Singapore shone during the first block of the qualifying round at the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open by topping the Men's Open and Ladies' Open in Squad C.

Korean, Indonesian tops Squad D
11th April, Bangkok: Lee Won Seok of Korea rolled the first 300 en-route to topping Squad D and becoming the new leader of the Men's Open Masters first block of qualifying at the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open while Sharon Limansantoso of Indonesia took the Ladies' Open pole position.

Taiwanese takes over lead
11th April, Bangkok: 2017 Chinese Taipei Open second runner-up, Lin Pai-Feng topped the Men's Open second squad Block 1 qualifying to become the new leader at the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open while Pan Yu-Fen of Chinese Taipei led the Ladies' division.

Malaysia rules first block opening squad
11th April, Bangkok: Malaysian bowlers ruled the lanes at Blu-O Rythmn and Bowl Paragon by occupying the top three positions of the Men's Open and Ladies' Open first block qualifying of the opening squad at 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open.

Another dominating performance by Korea
10th April, Bangkok: Youth Under-21 Masters second runner-up, Lee Won Seok led two titles winner, Park Geon Ha and Hwang Sung Hyun to sweep the top three positions of the Men's Grade A Masters finals at the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open.

Second double title for Korea
10th April, Bangkok: Youth Under-21 Masters champion, Park Geon Ha and debutant, Choi Hyeon Ji gave Korean National Sports University their second double titles at the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open with victory in the Men's Grade B and Ladies' Graded finals.

Korea wins two youth titles
7th April, Bangkok: Youths from Korea came away with two titles at the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships after Park Geon Ha led a 1-2-3 finish in the Youth Under-21 finals and Oh Jin Won took the Youth Under-18 crown.

Malaysia dominates Youth Under-15 finals
7th April, Bangkok: Malaysians dominated the Youth Under-15 Masters finals of the 44th MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships underway at Blu-O Rhythm and Bowl Paragon by sweeping the top three positions.

  45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships

Indonesian wins Open Masters title
16th December, Seberang Prai: 29th South-East Asian Games Team silver medallist and topseed, Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia needed two games to beat challenger, Callum Borck of Australia to win the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships Men's Open title.

Perfect victory for Malaysian
15th December, Seberang Prai: Muhammad Fazrin Khairul Faizi of SIBA, Malaysia ended the Men's Grade A Masters finals with the first 300 of the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships to take victory while Tengku Emanina Laily captured the Women's Graded crown.

Malaysian youth wins Round 1 finals
15th December, Seberang Prai: MILO Junior All-Stars Youth Boy's Open fourth runner-up, Christopher Tiong of Sarawak won the Mixed Open Round 1 Masters of the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships on Friday.

Australian, Indonesian makes top bracket
14th December, Seberang Prai: 2017 Asian School Doubles gold medallist, Callum Borck of Australia and Alisha Nabila of Indonesia earned a bye after making the top bracket of the Mixed Open Masters qualifying table at the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships.

Malaysians dominate Youth Open finals
14th December, Seberang Prai: Malaysian dominated the MILO Youth Masters finals at the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships after Sushanor Sihanor of MSN, Sabah and Nur Dayana Bte Zuhdi of Negeri Sembilan triumphed in the Boy's and Girl's divisions.

Indonesian bowlers rule qualifying
13th December, Seberang Prai: Indonesian bowlers rules the lanes at Megamall Penang after Billy Muhammad Islam took over the lead of the Mixed Open division overseas pool qualifying standings at the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta Bowling Championships.

Singapore veteran captures Senior title
13th December, Seberang Prai: Rahim Kassim of Team Syntech, Singapore captured the Senior Masters title of the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships while Mohammad Yaacob of Green Adventures, Malaysia took the Men's Grade B Masters crown.

Hong Kong national sets qualifying pace
12th December, Seberang Prai: Hong Kong national kegler, James Lui set the qualifying pace of the Mixed Open division at the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships underway at Megamall Bowling Centre.

Malaysia, Singapore shares joy
12th December, Seberang Prai: Sukma Penang squad member, Melissa Khong of Malaysia and Agape Bowling Academy prodigee, Joyan Khoo of Singapore shared glory at the 45th MMBC Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships with victory in the Girl's and Boy's Under-16 Masters Finals.

  18th MILO International Junior All-Stars

Malaysian youth captures the Masters crown
10th December, Petaling Jaya: Topseed Shahrukh Amin of Malaysia defied all odds to capture the prestigious the Masters Bowling Championships 2017 crown defeating top Korean professional, Jeong Tae Hwa, 226-210 in the title match.

American pro tops Masters standings
9th December, Petaling Jaya: PBA Hall of Famer, Parker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J., topped the Masters qualifying leadboard of "the Masters" Bowling Championships 2017 at Sunway Megalanes on Saturday.

Korean, Malaysian crowned youth champions
9th December, Petaling Jaya: Debutant, Kang Myoung Jin of Daegu, Korea and Malaysian national youth, Qistina Zainal captured the Boy's and Girl's Open Masters titles at the 18th MILO International Junior All-Stars Bowling Championships 2017 on Saturday.

  2017 World Bowling Championships

Korean successfully defends title, Canadian triumphs
4th December, Las Vegas: 2015 Masters champion, Jung Dawun successfully defending the Women's Masters title to conclude the 2017 World Bowling Championships giving Korea their second gold medal while Canada's Francois Lavoie captured the Men's crown.

Malaysia and Team USA crowned Team champions
3rd December, Las Vegas: Malaysia ended a 10-year drought to win the Women's 5-player Team gold medal at the 2017 World Bowling Championships with victory over topseed, Singapore while Team USA earned their fourth gold in the Men's division.

Hong Kong and Team USA wins Trios gold
3rd December, Las Vegas: Eric Tseng, Michael Mak and Wu Siu Hong defied all odds to win Hong Kong's first-ever historical Men's Trios gold medal at the 2017 World Bowling Championships while Team USA clinched the Women's Trios gold medal.

Singapore, Colombia advances as topseeds
2nd December, Las Vegas: Singapore blitzed the lanes at South Point Bowling Plaza in the second block of Women's 5-player Team event to advance to the semi-finals of the 2017 World Bowling Championships as topseed while overnight leader, Colombia remained unbeaten to take top spot in the Men's division.

Colombian men and women top second squad
1st December, Las Vegas: Colombian men and women topped the Men's and Women's 5-player Team second squad of the 2017 World Bowling Championships to moved into second in both the men's and women's standings after the first block.

Malaysia, Chinese Taipei sets strong benchmark
1st December, Las Vegas: 2003 and 2007 world championships Team champion, Malaysia and Chinese Taipei set a strong benchmark in the first block of Women's and Men's 5-player Team event at South Point Bowling Plaza on Friday.

USA, Japan seals topseeds for semi-finals
30th November, Las Vegas: Team USA's Danielle McEwan, Kelly Kulick and Shannon O'Keefe sealed their spot in the Women's Trios Semi-finals at the 2017 World Bowling Championships after topping the final Squad 1 while Squad 2 leader, Japan reamined unbeaten to claim top spot in the men's division.

New leaders Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong
30th November, Las Vegas: Asians dominated Squad 3 of the Trios event with Chinese Taipei women and Hong Kong men taking over the lead after the second block at the 2017 World Bowling Championships with Indonesian women and Korean men occupying second spots.

Japan retains lead, Denmark goes top
30th November, Las Vegas: Overnight Squad 2 and overall leader, Japan retained their pole position after ending the second block of the Men's Trios event at the 2017 World Bowling CHampionships while Denmark women took over the lead from Malaysia.

Indonesia takes over Women's lead
29th November, Las Vegas: Indonesia's second trio of Sharon Limansantoso, Tannya Roumimper and Putty Armein took over the overall lead of the Women's Trios first block at the 2017 World Bowling Championships after topping the third squad.

Japan, Malaysia tops second squad
29th November, Las Vegas: Japan's second trio of Daisuke Yoshida, Shogo Wada and Shusaku Asato took over the lead of the Men's Trios first block after topping the second squad at the 2017 World Bowling Championships as the first Malaysian first trio moved into semi-finals contention.

Korea, USA takes slender lead
29th November, Las Vegas: Korea's first trio of Kim Kyungmin, Cho Youngseon and Kang Heewon and Team USA's Shannon O'Keefe, Danielle McEwan and Kelly Kulick took a slender lead in the opening squad of the Men's and Women's Trios first block at the 2017 WOrld Bowling Championships.

Korea, United States captures Doubles gold
28th November, Las Vegas: Korea's Jung Dawun-Kim Moonjeong and Team USA's Chris Barnes-Tommy Jones captured the Women's and Men's Doubles gold medals at the 2017 World Bowling Championships at South Point Bowling Plaza Tuesday.

Malaysia remains in pole after second squad
28th November, Las Vegas: First squad leader, Sin Li Jane and Shalin Zulkifli of Malaysia 3 remained unbeaten to advance to the Women's Doubles Semi-finals at the 2017 World Bowling Championships as topseed with the third and second American pairs in second and fourth and Korea in third.

Malaysia leads Women's first squad
28th November, Las Vegas: 2017 SEA Games triple gold medallists, Shalin Zulkifli and Sin Li Jane of Malaysia led the Women's Doubles first squad at the the 2017 World Bowling Championships ahead of Venezuela in second, Germany third and Korea fourth.

Four makes semi-finals from second squad
27th November, Las Vegas: The top four pairs from the second squad made the Men's Doubles Semi-finals of the 2017 World Bowling Championships as the second Japanese pair of Takuya Miyazawa and Shota Kouki topped the combined standings.

Chinese Taipei tops Doubles first squad
27th November, Las Vegas: Chinese Taipei's Xu Zhe-Jia and Chen Wu-Chi spinned their way to the top of the leaderboard of the Men's Doubles opening squad at the 2017 World Bowling Championships ahead of United States in second, Hong Kong third and Colombia fourth.

Japanese, Dutch wins Singles gold
27th November, Las Vegas: Second-seed, Futaba Imai of Japan and topseed, Xander van Merijk of Netherlands won the Women's and Men's Singles gold medal at the 2017 World Bowling Championships with victories in the finals.

Taiwanese makes semi-finals with perfect game
26th November, Las Vegas: 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Team gold medallist, Wu Hao-Ming shot the tournament's first perfect game en-route to winning the Men's Singles Squad 2 of the 2017 World Bowling Championships and making the semi-finals.

Dutch sets pace in opening squad
26th November, Las Vegas: Xander van Mazijk of Netherlands surprised a strong field to lead the Men's Singles opening squad of the 2017 World Bowling Championships ahead of Puerto Rico's Israel Hernandez in second, Germany's Tobais Boerding and Denmark's Thomas Larsen joint-third.

Japanese makes semi-finals
25th November, Las Vegas: 2015 Asian Youth Masters bronze medallist, Futaba Imai of Japan made the semi-finals of the Women's Singles event at the 2017 World Bowling Championships after winning the second squad at South Point Bowling Plaza.

Korea off to a great start
25th November, Las Vegas: Asia powerhouse, Korea got off to a great start with debutant Hong Haeni topping the Women's Singles opening squad ahead of Hong Kong's Chan Shuk Han and Denmark's Mai Ginge Jensen in joint-second and Indonesia's Putty Armein in fourth.

World Bowling Championships officially opens
24th November, Las Vegas: The Jersey Boys singing group and the Mamamia dancers entertained a packed house at South Point Bowling Plaza as guest of honour, HRH Sheikh Talal Mohammad Al-Sabah, President of World Bowling declared the championships officially opened.

Fourty-two countries for world meet
23rd November, Las Vegas: A total 213 men and 176 women world-class bowlers from fourty-two countries have converged in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, USA for the 2017 World Bowling Championships hosted at the South Point Bowling Plaza.

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