Monthly Archives: January 2008

Manager, Marketing Tournaments Required

2017-02-26T05:34:00+00:00

Manager, Marketing Tournaments Required   The Singapore Bowling Federation invites suitably qualified candidates for the position of: Manager, Marketing Tournaments Possess a Degree in Marketing Minimum 3 Years of equivalent experience Preferably with working experience in the area of event management, marketing, advertising or sports related organizations Knowledge in the sport [...]

Manager, Marketing Tournaments Required2017-02-26T05:34:00+00:00

End of fine run for Singaporean

2017-02-26T05:37:00+00:00

End of fine run for Singaporean 21st January, Doha: A fine run by Remy Ong came to an end as the Singaporean missed out of the Top 8 cutoff in the Stage 3 finals of the 7th Qatar International Bowling Championship finishing 10th on Monday. Remy Ong, who staked his claim on [...]

End of fine run for Singaporean2017-02-26T05:37:00+00:00

Remy Ong makes Stage 3 finals

2017-02-26T05:37:59+00:00

Remy Ong makes Stage 3 finals 20th January, Doha: Remy Ong of Singapore made Stage 3 finals of the 7th Qatar Internationl Open Bowling Championship after finshing second to leader, Jason Belmonte of Australia in the Stage 2 finals on Sunday.  Remy Ong, who had dropped to 24th with an earlier attempt of [...]

Remy Ong makes Stage 3 finals2017-02-26T05:37:59+00:00

Final spot confirmed for Singaporean

2017-02-26T05:38:58+00:00

Final spot confirmed for Singaporean 18th January, Doha: Singapore national kegler, Shaun Ng Qenn confirmed his spot in the Top 36 Finals as he topped Squad 21 of the 7th Qatar International Open qualifying round to take up eighth overall in the qualifying table on Friday morning.  Shaun Ng Qenn, who only managed [...]

Final spot confirmed for Singaporean2017-02-26T05:38:58+00:00

Singaporeans making steady progress

2017-02-26T05:40:05+00:00

Singaporeans making steady progress 16th January, Doha: Singapore national bowlers competing in the 7th Qatar International Open Bowling Championship were making steady progress as Remy Ong and Shaun Ng finished in the top 36 of the qualifying table.  SEA Games two gold medalist, Remy Ong in his first 2008 international outing showed the [...]

Singaporeans making steady progress2017-02-26T05:40:05+00:00
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