Singaporean shoots 11th 300
16th December, K.Lumpur: Remy Ong of Singapore rolled the 11th perfect game of the 12th MILO International Junior All-Stars Bowling Championship at the 3.00pm squad to move into third position of The Masters qualifying table.
As the tournament entered into its final day of qualifying, competition intensified and produced some astonishing scorelines. Remy Ong, who has had seven previous attempts, finally nailed it as he scorched the lanes with 279, 216 and the tournament's 11th perfect game for a 3-game series of 795 to move into third position of the Masters table.
Koreans were also making headway with Soung Gyeong Eun of Daejeon Metropolitan improving from 47th position to tie 11th position with compatriot, Lee Yeon Ji of Seoul Metropolitan on 765.
Joining tem were Ka Yun Mi fourth with 789, Son Young Seok from Ulsan in 13th position with 762, Kim Min Hee of Seoul Metropolitan 16th with 754 and Won J.Y. from Ulsan 19th with 747.
Sitting firmly in the lead of the Boy's Open Masters local pool is still Muhd Nur Aiman with 822. Muhd Rafiq Bin Ismail, who shot the 10th perfect game to lead the Singles event, is second with 784.
Making the cut in the local pool was Mohd Nazmi of Penang after the youngster rolled 730. Left-hander Javier Tan of Singapore Sports School topped the overseas pool with 813 followed by Sam Cooley of Australia second with 799.
Newly-crowned Boy's Graded champion and another lefty, Tan Gian Yion of SGCC Singapore moved into third position effortlessly with 796 pushing Qatar's Hazeem Al-Merekhi and Tay Hui Chiang of Singapore down to fourth and fifth positions.
Meanwhile, 22-year-old Lim Hye Young of Daejeon Metropolitan overtook the lead in the Girl's Open Masters overseas pool with a superb 758 dislodging overnight leader, Clara Lau of PBC Singapore into second spot.
Korean girls were also making an impact with Lee Yeon Ji, Jeong Eun Hee and Baek Seung-Ja, all from Seoul Metropolitan joinng in fourth, sixth and ninth positions.
There were no changes in the local pool with Zatil Iman, Syaidatul Affifah and Siti Safiyah remaining in the top 3. The only mover was national youth, Natasha Roslan making the cut in 10th position after a impressive 683 effort.
The top 48 in The Masters qualifying table will contest their finals on December 18 while top 12 from local pool, top 12 from overseas pool, top 18 from mixed pool plus top 3 from desperado squad will contest Boy's Open Masters finals tomorrow morning.
The top 11 from local pool, top 11 from overseas pool, top 12 from mixed pool and top 2 from desperado squad will contest their Girl's Open Masters finals tomorrow afternoon.
Detailed scores: The Masters MQ | Girl's Open MQ | Boy's Open MQ |
Photos by Terence Yaw at Sunway Mega Lanes.