Monthly Archives: September 2009

Trio advances into next stage

2017-02-23T09:25:06+00:00

Trio advances into next stage 24th September, Manila: Singaporean trio, Jason Yeong-Nathan, Lee Yu Wen and Remy Ong advanced into the second stage of the 7th Euro-Med Storm International Masters Challenge after finishing in the top 24 of the Stage 1 Finals.Jason Yeong-Nathan had a dream start with a superb 269 opening [...]

Trio advances into next stage2017-02-23T09:25:06+00:00

Six out of eight in the finals

2017-02-23T09:26:14+00:00

Six out of eight in the finals 23rd September, Manila: Singapore has six out of eight national bowlers who have secured their places in tomorrow's Stage 1 finals of the 7th Euro-Med Storm International Masters Challenge on the final day of qualifying.  Lee Yu Wen, who was 51st yesterday with 1339, may have [...]

Six out of eight in the finals2017-02-23T09:26:14+00:00

Singaporeans making good progress

2017-02-23T09:27:15+00:00

Singaporeans making good progress 22nd September, Manila: Singapore's Remy Ong and Mark Wong made good progess on Day 4 qualifying rounds of the 7th Euro-Med Storm International Masters Challenge on Tuesday. Ong, who was 35th overnight, took to the lanes at the 1.00pm squad on Day 4 wo roll 215, 225 and an [...]

Singaporeans making good progress2017-02-23T09:27:15+00:00

Strong chance for Singaporean

2017-02-23T09:29:52+00:00

Strong chance for Singaporean 21st September, Manila: There is a strong chance for Singapore's Benjamin Lim to automatically qualify for the Stage 1 finals of the 7th Euro-Med Storm International Masters Challenge underway at Paeng's Midtown Bowl.  The tournament started two days ago with Hong Kong wonder kid and Asian Youth Games two [...]

Strong chance for Singaporean2017-02-23T09:29:52+00:00

AYG champion settles for third

2017-02-23T09:28:49+00:00

AYG champion settles for third 10th September, Singapore: Asian Youth Games Masters gold medalist, Basil Low of SBF settled for third overall at the end of preliminary rounds of qualifying in the 3rd Singapore Sports School Under-18 International Bowling Championship. Despite a slow start in the opening game of the 6-games first block, [...]

AYG champion settles for third2017-02-23T09:28:49+00:00

Engaging and Inspiring the Youth on Sports

2017-02-26T07:35:18+00:00

Engaging and Inspiring the Youth on Sports 5th September, Singapore: SingaporeBowling AYG bowlers - Justin Lim, Anthea Soh and Ilma Nur Jannah had the opportunity to meet up with sports leaders and students from Geylang Methodist Sports School during their one-day Sports and Food Carnival. The carnival was held to celebrate [...]

Engaging and Inspiring the Youth on Sports2017-02-26T07:35:18+00:00

Sole Singapore left in Round 2

2017-02-23T09:31:01+00:00

Sole Singapore left in Round 2 4th September, Macau: Geraldine Ng became the sole Singaporean left in the Women's Open Round 2 Masters finals of the 2009 Macau China International Open after she squeezed into the top 16 in 13th position. Both Geraldine and Hui Fen started poorly in their first two games [...]

Sole Singapore left in Round 22017-02-23T09:31:01+00:00

Singaporean tops mixed pool

2017-02-23T09:31:54+00:00

Singaporean tops mixed pool 2nd September, Macau: Bahrain Open champion and Indonesia Open stepladder finalist, Remy Ong settled for top spot in the mixed pool of the Men's Open Masters qualifying table of the 2009 Macau China International Open on Wednesday.  Ong, who was 12th in the overseas pool last night, was relegated [...]

Singaporean tops mixed pool2017-02-23T09:31:54+00:00

Asian Youth champion shines

2017-02-23T09:33:04+00:00

Asian Youth champion shines 1st September, Macau: Asian Youth Games two gold medalist, New Hui Fen of Singapore, shone on her first open championship when she stormed into second spot in the Women's Open Masters qualifying table at the 2009 Macau China International Open. New Hui Fen, who was the darling of Singapore, [...]

Asian Youth champion shines2017-02-23T09:33:04+00:00
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