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Li Jane grabs Sarawak International Open Bowling Championships title


Last Update: 10/09/2019




KUCHING, Sept 10 -- National kegler Sin Li Jane grabbed the Open Division Masters Title at Sarawak International Open Bowling Championship after defeating compatriot Raden Nur Najwa 232-214 in the stepladder finals held at Sarawak Megalanes here today.

Earlier, Malaysia’s Nora Lyana Natasia was shown the exit after only managing 170 pinfalls in the first match of the Last Man Standing round, and settled for fourth place.

Next to go was Muhammad Shafiy Zaim who only managed 157 pins falls in the second match of the Last Man Standing round to finish third. 

As champion, Li Jane, who also won the 2016 Track Open and last year's Brunswick Ball Master Open, pocketed RM20,000 while Raden bagged RM10,000.

Meanwhile, Peter Khor of Singapore bagged his first-ever title by winning the Youth 25 and Under Stepladder finals after beating topseed, Abang Afiq Yazid Abang Azman of Malaysia 223-198. 

Third place went to Muhammad Aiman Shahromnizam who lost to Khor 198-231 in the semi-finals.

This tournament was also attended by tenpin bowling legend Amleto Monacelli from the Professional Bowlers Association of USA.

 

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