Monthly Archives: August 2010

Center of Excellence for Bowling 2011

2017-02-26T06:26:01+00:00

Center of Excellence for Bowling 2011 SingaporeBowling is looking out for promising athletes to be part of our National Youth Development Program - COE program for 2011. General Information SingaporeBowling is looking out for promising athletes to be part of our National Youth Development Program - COE program for 2011. The [...]

Center of Excellence for Bowling 20112017-02-26T06:26:01+00:00

Medal chance slips away for Singapore

2017-03-09T06:42:02+00:00

Medal chance slips away for Singapore 20th August, Munich: Singapore bowlers allowed a chance to win a medal slipped away after missing the top four five-player team final shootout of the World Men's Championships 2010 ending the second block in eighth position overall on Friday.  The Singapore quintet had started the first block [...]

Medal chance slips away for Singapore2017-03-09T06:42:02+00:00

Singapore team in the hunt for finals

2017-03-09T06:40:28+00:00

Singapore team in the hunt for finals 19th August, Munich: Singapore bowlers were in the hunt for a spot in the five-player team finals of the World Men's Championships 2010 after finishing a creditable third in the second squad on Thursday. Singapore's Ng Tiac Pin, Mark Wong, Justin Lim, Jason Yeong-Nathan and Remy [...]

Singapore team in the hunt for finals2017-03-09T06:40:28+00:00

No progress for Singapore bowlers

2017-03-09T06:45:45+00:00

No progress for Singapore bowlers 17th August, Munich: No progress were made by the Singapore bowlers when the World Men's Championships 2010 resumed with the first block of the Trios event at Dream Bowl Palace on Tuesday.  Ng Tiac Pin shot a three-game series of 560 with Jason Yeong-Nathan 496 and Remy Ong [...]

No progress for Singapore bowlers2017-03-09T06:45:45+00:00

A much better showing from Singaporeans

2017-03-09T06:46:31+00:00

A much better showing from Singaporeans 16th August, Munich: Singapore's Jason Yeong-Nathan and Remy Ong turned in a much better performance in Squad 4 of the World Men's Championships 2010 Doubles event albeit missing the cut for the knockout stage.  Instead of a poor start as in previous events, Jason Yeong-Nathan and Remy [...]

A much better showing from Singaporeans2017-03-09T06:46:31+00:00

Singaporeans find going tough

2017-03-09T06:47:22+00:00

Singaporeans find going tough 15th August, Munich: Singapore national bowlers resumed their second event of the World Men's Championships 2010 at Dream Bwl Palace but found the going tough as two pairs made little progress. Ng Taic Pin and Justin Lim got off to an aweful start managing only 310 but settled down [...]

Singaporeans find going tough2017-03-09T06:47:22+00:00

Last pair off the pace

2017-03-09T06:48:10+00:00

Last pair off the pace 14th August, Munich: Hopes on the last pair of Remy Ong and Basil Low doing well in Squad 5 of the Singles event came to naught at the World Men's Championships 2010 at Dream Bowl Palace on Saturday. Remy Ong and Basil Low ended any hopes of Singapore [...]

Last pair off the pace2017-03-09T06:48:10+00:00

Singaporeans off to a slow start

2017-03-09T06:48:59+00:00

Singaporeans off to a slow start 13th August, Munich: Singaporeans got off to a slow start at the World Men's Championships 2010 at Dream Bowl Palace on Friday with Justin Lim Chun Liang finishing as best performer in 60th position. Mark Wong totaled 1150 to finish 29th in the opening Squad 1 as [...]

Singaporeans off to a slow start2017-03-09T06:48:59+00:00

Going through their paces

2017-03-09T06:49:44+00:00

Going through their paces 11th August, Munich: Singapore bowlers participating in the World Men's Championships 2010 went through their paces during the unofficial practice sessions at the 52-lane Dream Bowl Palace in Unterföhring near Munich, Germany on Wednesday.  Team Singapore comprising of Basil Low, Jason Yeong-Nathan, Mark Wong, Justin Lim Chun Liang, Ng [...]

Going through their paces2017-03-09T06:49:44+00:00

SBF Vice President wins award

2017-02-26T06:25:19+00:00

SBF Vice President wins award 8th August, Singapore: SingaporeBowling would like to congratulate our Vice President, Mr. Robin Yap on receiving The Public Service Medal award 2010: CDC-North West Dr. Yap Seng Bee, Robin, District Councillor, North West CDC. The Singapore National Day Awards are a means of recognising various forms [...]

SBF Vice President wins award2017-02-26T06:25:19+00:00
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