Monthly Archives: May 2007

Malaysian ends Mack attack

2017-03-08T07:09:56+00:00

Malaysian ends Mack attack 13th May, Bangkok: Daniel Lim of Malaysia ended Tim Mack's charge to the top podium when Lim crushed the American, 213-171 in the final stepladder match of the Men's Open Masters to claim the 33rd MWA Thailand International Open title. Daniel Lim, who held on to the lead [...]

Malaysian ends Mack attack2017-03-08T07:09:56+00:00

Singapore Sports School youth finishes third

2017-03-08T07:11:58+00:00

Singapore Sports School youth finishes third 12th May, Bangkok: Singapore Sports School youth, Ng Chiew Pang did well to finish third in his first international outing in the Youth Graded A finals of the 33rd MWA Thailand International Open while Malaysia's Trish Khoo Wei Ling bagged the Youth Open crown. Ng, who [...]

Singapore Sports School youth finishes third2017-03-08T07:11:58+00:00

Thai bowlers lead in first block

2017-03-08T07:10:38+00:00

Thai bowlers lead in first block 12th May, Bangkok: Thai bowlers, Angkana Netrviseth and Siriphon Mayura both led the Ladies' and Men's Open Masters first block finals of the 33rd MWA Thailand International Open at S.F. Strike Bowl late Saturday evening. The top qualifiers took to the lanes after an hour delay [...]

Thai bowlers lead in first block2017-03-08T07:10:38+00:00

Good progress by Singapore keglers

2017-03-08T07:12:43+00:00

Good progress by Singapore keglers 11th May, Bangkok: Singapore national keglers were making good progress in the final day of qualifying of the 33rd MWA Thailand International Open as Jason Yeong-Nathan joined Lee Yu Wen in the Men's Open Masters table in sixth position.  Lee Yu Wen was the first to confirmed his [...]

Good progress by Singapore keglers2017-03-08T07:12:43+00:00

Singaporean takes sixth position

2017-03-08T07:13:20+00:00

Singaporean takes sixth position 10th May, Bangkok: Singapore national bowler, Lee Yu Wen posted an impressive 916 to take up sixth in the Men's Open Masters qualifying table of the on-going 33rd MWA Thailand International Open at S.F. Strike Bowl. There was an error in Wednesday's news which reported that Sabrina Lim [...]

Singaporean takes sixth position2017-03-08T07:13:20+00:00

Singapore girl surges into pole

2017-03-08T07:14:05+00:00

Singapore girl surges into pole 8th May, Bangkok: Singapore national bowler, Sabrina Lim surged into the lead of the Women's Open Masters qualifying leaderboard of the 33rd MWA Thailand International Open while Surasak Manuwong of Thailand topped the men's division. Lim scorched the lanes at S.F. Strike Bowl in Ngam Wong Wan [...]

Singapore girl surges into pole2017-03-08T07:14:05+00:00

Local favourite crowned world champion

2017-03-08T07:16:00+00:00

Local favourite crowned world champion 7th May, Lake Wales: WBW World Bowler of the Year and local favourite, Diandra Asbaty was crowned World Raking Masters 2007 champion with a convincing victory over Zara Glover of England while Englishmen, Stuart Williams took the Men's title. Diandra, who opted to start the finals against [...]

Local favourite crowned world champion2017-03-08T07:16:00+00:00

World Cup champion takes over pole

2017-03-08T07:17:19+00:00

World Cup champion takes over pole 5th May, Lake Wales: Reigning World Cup champion, Osku Palarmaa of Finland took over pole position of the men's overall standings in the World Ranking Masters 2007 and the squad prize of US$1,000 in the process. A superb 246 from the joint first squad leader, Remy [...]

World Cup champion takes over pole2017-03-08T07:17:19+00:00

American storms into third overall

2020-06-19T04:19:55+00:00

American storms into third overall 5th May, Lake Wales: The WBW Bowler of the Year, Diandra Asbaty stormed into third spot overall and bagged the the ladies' Squad 2 prize of the World Ranking Masters 2007 while Canadian Caroline Lagrange continued to top the division.  A nice surprise for the French fans as [...]

American storms into third overall2020-06-19T04:19:55+00:00

Canadian topped ladies’ first block

2020-06-19T04:20:04+00:00

Canadian topped ladies' first block 4th May, Lake Wales: Caroline Lagrange of Canada, topped the ladies' first block of 8 games of the World Ranking Masters 2007 on long oil at Kegel Training Centre on Friday morning. Diandra Asbaty was quite a favorite with the crowd after coming off a disappointing runner-up [...]

Canadian topped ladies’ first block2020-06-19T04:20:04+00:00
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