Monthly Archives: November 2009

Singaporean makes improvements

2017-02-23T09:41:56+00:00

Singaporean makes improvements 17th November, Malacca: World Cup deutant, Bernice Lim of Singapore made an improved second block display in the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup to move up to 18th position on Tuesday evening.  Bernice Lim, who finished 21st in her opening block yesterday, again did not have the best of starts [...]

Singaporean makes improvements2017-02-23T09:41:56+00:00

An decent start in the first block

2017-02-23T09:43:16+00:00

An decent start in the first block 16th November, Malacca: Singapore's debutant, Bernice Lim had a decent start in the Women's first block of the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup after finishing 21st but Remy Ong in hs fifth appearance struggled in 44th.  Bernice Lim totaled 1577 for an average of 197.13 to [...]

An decent start in the first block2017-02-23T09:43:16+00:00

SBF Level 2 Coaching Course 2009

2017-02-26T07:41:21+00:00

SBF Level 2 Coaching Course 2009 16th November, Singapore: Following the successful completion of the Level I Coaching Course in August 2009, 20 participants went on to enroll for the Level II Coaching Course which recently conducted by National Head Coaches William Woo and Mervyn Foo from 19 - 23 Oct [...]

SBF Level 2 Coaching Course 20092017-02-26T07:41:21+00:00

Singapore debuts at Asian Indoor Games

2017-02-23T09:44:26+00:00

Singapore debuts at Asian Indoor Games 15th November, Malacca: Singapore will be looking to enter into the record books with another victory at the 45th QuabicaAMF Bowling World Cup when it gets underway at the 52-lane Melaka International Bowling Center on Monday. Remy Ong, making in his fifth appearance, will be a strong [...]

Singapore debuts at Asian Indoor Games2017-02-23T09:44:26+00:00

No more medals for Singapore

2017-02-23T09:45:27+00:00

No more medals for Singapore 6th November, Ho Chi Minh City: Singapore's hope to better the bronze medal won on opening day of the 3rd Asian Indoor Games ended on Friday as both the men and the women failed to make further progress in the teams event. Trailing fourth-place Korea by 188 pins [...]

No more medals for Singapore2017-02-23T09:45:27+00:00

A daunting task for Singapore

2017-02-23T09:46:23+00:00

A daunting task for Singapore 5th November, Ho Chi Minh City: Singapore faces a daunting task to qualify for the top 4 semifinal knockout stage of the Team events of the 3rd Asian Indoor Games 2009 after a lack luster performance in the first block.  After a promising display in the Doubles event [...]

A daunting task for Singapore2017-02-23T09:46:23+00:00

Early exit in the quarterfinals

2017-02-23T09:47:27+00:00

Early exit in the quarterfinals 4th November, Ho Chi Minh City: Singapore again made an early exit when Daphne Tan and Gina Lim lost their match against Malaysia in the Women's Doubles quarterfinals of the 3rd Asian Indoor Games 2009 on Wednesday. Indonesia's second pair of Novie Phang and Sharon Limansantoso made a [...]

Early exit in the quarterfinals2017-02-23T09:47:27+00:00

Singapore crashes out in the quarterfinals

2017-02-23T09:48:19+00:00

Singapore crashes out in the quarterfinals 3rd November, Ho Chi Minh City: Singapore's Benjamin Lim and Mark Wong made the Men's Doubles quarterfinals of the 3rd Asian Indoor Games 2009 but was lost to Hong Kong, 416-396 and ending their hope for a medal.  Benjamin Lim and Mark Wong had a superb start [...]

Singapore crashes out in the quarterfinals2017-02-23T09:48:19+00:00

Singaporean well positioned in first block

2017-03-09T07:54:41+00:00

Singaporean well positioned in first block 3rd November, St. Petersburg: Singapore's representative to the 43rd QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, Remy Ong was well position after he finished a creditable eighth in the 6-game first block qualifying round at Kontinent Bowling Center.  Ong started the first block in squad A on Saturday with 226 [...]

Singaporean well positioned in first block2017-03-09T07:54:41+00:00

Singaporean wins bronze medal

2017-02-23T09:49:14+00:00

Singaporean wins bronze medal 2nd November, Ho Chi Minh City: Shayna Ng Lin Zhi gave Singapore its first medal in the 3rd Asian Indoor Games 2009 despite losing in the Women's Singles semifinals at Saigon Superbowl on Monday. A superb performance by Shayna Ng and Fok Ka Wai to finish third and sixth [...]

Singaporean wins bronze medal2017-02-23T09:49:14+00:00
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