15th July, Hong Kong: Timothy Tham of Singapore rolled the second perfect game of the 45th Hong Kong International Open to take over the lead of the Men's Open Masters overseas qualifying table at SCAA Bowling Centre on Monday.
Tham got off to a cracking start by reeling in 12 consecutive strikes for his third career 300. He then followed it up with 229 and ended a superb qualifying attempt with 239 for a three-game series of 768. Tham's other best attempt was 680 taking his six-game tally to 1448.
Overnight leader, Zoe DIas Ma of Macau dropped to second on his 1352 total while 2014 Hong Kong Open champion, Hussain Al Suwaidi of UAE remained in third spot with 1245 after completing two attempts.
First perfect gamer, Wicky Yeung of Hong Kong improved his second highest three-games series of 600 to 714 giving him a new six-games total of 1471 to lead the local pool. 2019 ABF Tour Macau leg second runner-up, Ivan Tse took up second spot with 1430 followed by overnight leader, Leo Tse in third with 1425.