3rd July, Doha: Thai bowlers dominated Squad C first 6-games series of the H.H. Emir Cup 2022 with 2018 PBA-WBT Busan Cup champion, Annop Arromsaranon leading with 1357 followed by 31st SEA Games silver medallist, Yannaphon Larpapharat in second and Supaakrit Wantasuk in third.
3rd July, Doha: Qatari youth, Bader Al Sada topped the first 6-games series of Squad B at the H.H. Emir Cup 2022 on Day 3 followed by compatriot, Jassim Al-Muarikhi in second and Ali Al Rashdi of UAE in third.
2nd July, Doha: Qatar national bowler, Yousef Al-Jabir won the opening squad of the H.H. Emir Cup 2022 underway at Qatar Bowling Center for an early lead in the overall standings.
19th May, Hanoi: Philippines bagged their second gold medal at the 31st SEA Games Vietnam 2021 with victory in the Men's Team of Four while Singapore successfully defended the Women's Team of Four title to cap off an amazing outing by sweeping all three gold medals.
18th May, Hanoi: Malaysia broke Singapore's dominance in the women's division at the 31st SEA Games Vietnam 2021, to lead the Team of Four first block, a slender 63 pins ahead of Singapore in second and Indonesia in third on Wednesday afternoon.
18th May, Hanoi: Team of Four defending champion, Malaysia took a convincing lead after the first block in the Team of Four event at the 31st SEA Games Vietnam 2021 on Wednesday, 68 pins ahead of Philippines in second and Singapore third.
18th December, Seberang Prai: Topseed Kang Hee Won defeated team-mate, Hwang Dong Wook, 220-192 in the all-Korean final match to capture the Mixed Open Masters crown of the 47th Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships while Radin Nur Najwa of Malaysia picked up the Women's top prize.
17th December, Seberang Prai: Kim Ho Jun and Kim So Yeon of Jeon-Nam Technology University, Korea swept the Men's and Women's Grade A Masters titles of the 47th Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships including all first and second runners-up positions.
17th December, Seberang Prai: 2018 Chinese Taipei Open first runner-up, Syaffique Ikhwan of HPS won the Mixed Open Round 1 finals and led four other Malaysians to dominate the 47th Penang Pesta International Bowling Championships on Tuesday.
13th December, Petaling Jaya: Third-seed, Azriq Izam of Malaysia had to beat topseed twice to win the Boy's Open Masters title of the 20th Storm U22 International Junior All-Stars 2019 while Korean topseed, Yoo Da Yeong needed a second match to clinch the Girl's crown.
12th December, Petaling Jaya: Malaysian national squad members, Muhammad Syazirol and Gillian Lim are poised to challenge for the Boy's and Girl's Open Masters titles at the 20th Storm U22 International Junior All-Stars 2019 after leading their respective qualifying standings.
12th December, Petaling Jaya: Chun Nam Technology University's Lee Jae Won and Hong Hee Jin dominated the Boy's and Girl's Graded Masters finals at the 20th Storm U22 International Junior All-Stars Bowling Championships by sweeping both the titles.
8th December, Manila: Topseeds, Billy Muhammad Islam of Indonesia and New Hui Fen had to beat their challengers twice to win the Men's and Women's Masters gold medal at the 2019 Philippines 30th SEA Games Bowling Championships which concluded on Sunday.
7th December, Manila: Billy Muhammad Islam of Indonesia and Shayna Ng of Singapore are hoping to end the 2019 Philippines 30th SEA Games Bowling Championships with their second gold medal after topping the Men's and Women's Masters finals first block.
6th December, Manila: Malaysia's Rafiq Ismail, Tun Hakim, Timmy Tan and Ahmad Muaz claimed the Men's Team gold medal at the 2019 Philippines 30th SEA Games Bowling Championships on Friday while Singapore clinched the Women's Team gold medal.
23rd November, Palembang: Fourth-seed, Francois Louw became the first-ever South African to win the Men's crown of the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup while third-seed, Rebecca Whiting became the sixth Australian to win the Women's title.
22nd November, Palembang: Francois Louw remained unchallenged as the South African retained his lead in the Men's Top 24 qualifying round of the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup while Kelly Kulick of USA snatched pole in the Women's division.
21st November, Palembang: Leader for three days, Francois Louw of South Africa cruised into the Top 24 Round of the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup with a commanding lead over Germany's Oliver Morig, Korea's Lee Wanhee and Indonesia's Ryan Lalisang.
6th November, Kuwait: 2016 WBT Finals champion, Dominic Barrett of England made the cut for tomorrow's WBT Finals after defeating topseed, Arnar David Jonsson of Iceland twice in the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open Final Round title match.
5th November, Kuwait: Debutant, Brad Miller of Lees Summit, Mo., snatched a narrow second round victory of the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open ahead of fellow-pro and Round One winner, Tommy Jones with Canada's Mitch Hupe in third.
5th November, Kuwait: 2019 PBA Hall of Famer, Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C. won the opening round of the finals at the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open with compatriot, AJ Johnson in second and Canada's Mitch Hupe third.