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American storms into third overall

2020-06-19T04:19:55+00:00

American storms into third overall 5th May, Lake Wales: The WBW Bowler of the Year, Diandra Asbaty stormed into third spot overall and bagged the the ladies' Squad 2 prize of the World Ranking Masters 2007 while Canadian Caroline Lagrange continued to top the division.  A nice surprise for the French fans as [...]

American storms into third overall2020-06-19T04:19:55+00:00

Canadian topped ladies’ first block

2020-06-19T04:20:04+00:00

Canadian topped ladies' first block 4th May, Lake Wales: Caroline Lagrange of Canada, topped the ladies' first block of 8 games of the World Ranking Masters 2007 on long oil at Kegel Training Centre on Friday morning. Diandra Asbaty was quite a favorite with the crowd after coming off a disappointing runner-up [...]

Canadian topped ladies’ first block2020-06-19T04:20:04+00:00

Singapore, England shares lead

2020-06-19T04:20:17+00:00

Singapore, England shares lead 3rd May, Lake Wales: Three lefties finished in the top 8 in the first block of 8 games as Remy Ong of Singapore and Paul Moor of England shared the lead of the World Ranking Masters 2007 underway at Kegel Training Centre Thursday evening. An expected onslaught on [...]

Singapore, England shares lead2020-06-19T04:20:17+00:00

Singaporean gives hope to Asia in semi

2020-06-19T04:20:29+00:00

Singaporean gives hope to Asia in semi 22nd April, Barnsley: Current Asian Ranked No. 1, Remy Ong of Singapore gave Asia hope after he defeated local, Dominic Barret in the quarterfinals to reach the semifinals of the PartyPoker.net World Tenpin Masters. A very intriguing match-up with top Asian Remy Ong and local [...]

Singaporean gives hope to Asia in semi2020-06-19T04:20:29+00:00

Australia versus England in the final

2020-06-19T04:20:39+00:00

Australia versus England in the final 22nd April, Barnsley: The PartyPoker.net World Tenpin Masters final will be between Australia's Jason Belmonte and local hopeful, Paul Moor of England after the Aussie defeated Chris Barnes and the Englishman knocked out Remy Ong in the semifinals.  Jason Belmonte believed his victory over Chris Barnes was [...]

Australia versus England in the final2020-06-19T04:20:39+00:00

Aussie crowned World Tenpin Masters champion

2020-06-19T04:20:48+00:00

Aussie crowned World Tenpin Masters champion 22nd April, Barnsley: Jason Belmonte of Australia was crowned the new PartyPoker.net World Tenpin Masters Champion after defeating Paul Moor of England in a thrilling final at the Barnsley Metrodome. In the best match in the 10-year history of the competition, Belmonte threw a perfect 300 [...]

Aussie crowned World Tenpin Masters champion2020-06-19T04:20:48+00:00

Defending champion cruises to quarterfinals

2020-06-19T04:21:06+00:00

Defending champion cruises to quarterfinals 21st April, Barnsley: PBA star and defending champion, Chris Barnes display masterclass skills to cruise into the quarterfinals of the PartyPoker.net World Tenpin Masters 2007 after defeating Zara Glover of England, 524-416 in the Round 1 knockout matches.  What a masterclass on the skills of tenpin for Chris [...]

Defending champion cruises to quarterfinals2020-06-19T04:21:06+00:00

Three Asians make quarterfinals

2020-06-19T04:21:44+00:00

Three Asians make quarterfinals 21st April, Barnsley: Three Asians, Alex Liew of Malaysia, debutants Badr Al-Sheikh of Saudi Arabia and Remy Ong of Singapore, made it to the quarterfinals of the PartyPoker.net World Tenpin Masters 2007 on Day 1 at Barnsley Metrodome. A little bit sad that the person who has thrice [...]

Three Asians make quarterfinals2020-06-19T04:21:44+00:00

Third runner-up spot for Singaporean

2020-06-19T04:21:53+00:00

Third runner-up spot for Singaporean 15th April, Tokyo: Singapore's national bowler, Cherie Tan Shi Hua did well to finish third runner-up in the inaugural DHC Asian Girls Bowling Championship which ended Sunday evening. Cherie made the cut for the stepladder finals as fourth-seed but narrowly lost to eventual champion, Suzuna Miyagi of [...]

Third runner-up spot for Singaporean2020-06-19T04:21:53+00:00

Cherie almost stole the title from Malaysian

2020-06-19T04:22:01+00:00

Cherie almost stole the title from Malaysian 1st April, Manila: Singapore's national team member, Cherie Tan almost stole the 5th Euro-Med Storm International Masters Challenge title from Malaysia's Adrian Ang but lost the deciding stepladder match, 220-253 which concluded Sunday afternoon.  Team Singapore member, Cherie Tan, who made the stepladder finals after a [...]

Cherie almost stole the title from Malaysian2020-06-19T04:22:01+00:00
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