Singapore top medal tally at 26th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships

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SINGAPORE — Team Singapore leads the overall medal count with 5 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze respectively at the 26th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships held at the South China Sports Association Bowling Center in Hong Kong, China. emerged as the country of From January 8th to January 18th

Malaysia is second with 4 gold, 5 silver and 3 bronze, while South Korea is 3rd with 3 gold, 3 silver and 5 bronze.

26th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships

Sherry Tan took home four gold medals alongside fellow Singapore National Team bowlers Nyu Hui Feng and Sheinang in the Women’s Singles, Women’s All Events, Women’s Masters and Women’s Trios.

“I am happy to finish the competition on a high note with another gold medal. Masters’ first block wasn’t ideal, but I made up for it and am happy to win in the end.” It feels great to be back with 4 golds and 1 silver.It was a team effort and I want to thank the coaches and support staff who helped me on this journey.

In the Women’s Masters event, Singapore swept all three medals offered. Tan faced New in the stepladder final. Tan won both the games she won 246-149 and she 235-212 to win the gold medal and New won the silver medal. Daphne Tang finished third after losing 265-221 to New in the women’s master stepladder semifinals.

26th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships

Jaris Goh and Timothy Tam won in Singapore to top the men’s doubles category with a combined 2,991 pinfalls. Second place was Malaysia’s Shajirol Shamsudin and Tun Hakim pairing with 2,967 pinfalls and South Korea in third place with 2,918.

“We had the highest number of medals won in this competition and our overall performance was excellent,” said Goh.

“This will be a solid base for our team to come back here to work on and improve on what we have identified as improving,” the 26-year-old added.

gold medal

Women’s Masters – Shelly Tan

Women’s Singles – Sherry Tan

All Women’s Events – Shelly Tan

Men’s Doubles – Yaris Goh, Timothy Tam

Female Trio – Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen, Cherie Tan

Silver

Women’s Masters – New Hui Feng

Women’s Doubles – Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen

Women’s Team – Daphne Tang, Bernice Lim, Jazliel Tang, Sheinang, Nyuhui Feng, Sherry Tang

bronze

Women’s Masters – Daphne Tan

All Women’s Events – Shayna Ng

Women’s Doubles – Bernice Lim Jazreel Tan

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