Monthly Archives: June 2012

Singapore boys secure semi-final spot

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Singapore boys secure semi-final spot 30th June, Bangkok: Singles bronze medalist, led team-mates Keith Saw, Ng Chiew Pang and Mark Wong to secure third spot in the 4-players Team semi-finals of the 12th World Youth Championships 2012 on Saturday.  Singapore, who was ranked No. 6 in the first block, joined other teams ranked [...]

Singapore boys secure semi-final spot2017-02-15T09:37:46+00:00

Singapore leads first block

2017-02-15T09:39:55+00:00

Singapore leads first block 29th June, Bangkok: Doubles bronze medalist, New Hui Fen and Bernice Lim led their team-mates, Ilma Nur Jannah and Krishna Darshini by topping the Girl's 4-players Team event of the 12th World Youth Championships 2012 after the first block of 3 games.  Colombia's Laura Plazas, Alejandra Barreto, Andrea Carolina [...]

Singapore leads first block2017-02-15T09:39:55+00:00

Second bronze for Singapore

2017-02-15T09:40:55+00:00

Second bronze for Singapore 28th June, Bangkok: Bernice Lim and New Hui Fen won a second bronze medal for Singapore after the duo narrowly lost to Japan in the Girl's Doubles semi-finals of the 12th World Youth Championships on Thursday.  Bernice Lim and New Hui Fen, who had yesterday made the top 4 [...]

Second bronze for Singapore2017-02-15T09:40:55+00:00

Singapore eying a semi-final spot

2017-02-15T09:42:20+00:00

Singapore eying a semi-final spot 27th June, Bangkok: Singapore's Ng Chiew Pang and Keith Saw will be eying to secure a spot in the semi-finals elimination rounds after finishing third in the Boy's Doubles preliminary rounds on Wednesday.  Except for a lowly 383 game in the fifth, Ng Chiew Pang and Keith Saw [...]

Singapore eying a semi-final spot2017-02-15T09:42:20+00:00

Singaporean wins bronze

2017-02-15T09:44:17+00:00

Singaporean wins bronze 26th June, Bangkok: Top seed, Basil Low of Singapore earned the Boy's Singles bronze medal at the 12th World Youth Championships 2012 after being eliminated in the semi-finals by eventual champion, Marshall Kent of USA. The Amercian, who squeezed into the fourth and final spot of the semi-finals the [...]

Singaporean wins bronze2017-02-15T09:44:17+00:00

Another shot at gold for Singapore

2017-02-15T09:43:21+00:00

Another shot at gold for Singapore 26th June, Bangkok: Singapore has another shot for their first gold medal at the 12th World Youth Championships 2012 after the nation's second pair of New Hui Fen and Bernice Lim made the semi-finals in second.  Singapore's first pair of Ilma Nur Jannah and Krishna Darshini had [...]

Another shot at gold for Singapore2017-02-15T09:43:21+00:00

Singaporean breaks 6-game record

2017-02-15T09:45:20+00:00

Singaporean breaks 6-game record 24th June, Bangkok: Asian Youth Games Masters champion, Basil Low of Singapore broke the 6-game record of 1447 by 2 pins to lead the Boy's Singles opeing squad of the 12th World Youth Championships on Sunday evening. Colombia's Jorge Figueroa and Sweden's Kim Bolleby shared the lead with [...]

Singaporean breaks 6-game record2017-02-15T09:45:20+00:00

Singaporean denied victory

2017-02-15T09:46:26+00:00

Singaporean denied victory 9th June, Hong Kong: Top seed, Jazreel Tan of Singapore was denied victory at the 38th Hong Kong International Open after she lost to challenger, Esther Cheah of Malaysia twice in the stepladder finals at HK Bowling City on Saturday.  Jazreel Tan, who advance into the stepladder finals after leading [...]

Singaporean denied victory2017-02-15T09:46:26+00:00

A good third for Singaporean

2017-02-15T09:47:38+00:00

A good third for Singaporean 8th June, Hong Kong: National bowler, Jazreel Tan of Singapore put in a creditable performance to finish third in the Women's Open Stage 1 finals of the 38th Hong Kong International Open behind Indonesia's Sharon Limansantoso in the lead. Yap Seok Kim of Bowlmart, Philippines got off [...]

A good third for Singaporean2017-02-15T09:47:38+00:00

Singaporean eying to retain title

2017-02-15T09:50:29+00:00

Singaporean eying to retain title 6th June, Hong Kong: National bowler, Shayna Ng is eying to retain the Women's Open Masters title of the 38th Hong Kong International Open after qualifying in third at HK Bowling City on Wednesday.  Ng made the most of the masters qualifying entries she received as defending champion [...]

Singaporean eying to retain title2017-02-15T09:50:29+00:00
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