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Singaporean ends year with victory

22nd December, K.Lumpur: Second Keith Saw of Singapore rolled two big games in the Boy's Open Masters championship match of the 14th MILO International All Stars to defeat top seed, Muhd Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia twice en-route to end the year with a victory.

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Both had exchanged strikes for strikes and was locked at frame nine of the first match. But the defending champion, Muhd Rafiq handed Saw a big break when he failed to spare his final frame while the Singaporean ended with a spare and strike to take the match, 259-236.

In the decider, Saw fired nine consecutive strikes from frame 3 to finish with 269 to the Malaysian's 247 to take the title and the top prize of RM25,000 (approx. US$7,590).

The champion had earlier edged third-seed and compatriot, Muhd Jaris Goh and fourth-seed Yusuf Abdul Raof of Malaysia in the tightly fought first stepladder match, 247-223-237 to advance to the championship match.

Boy's Open Champion
Keith Saw with his champion's trophies

Saw made the cut for the stepladder finals after finishing second in the 10 games finals with 2385, 64 pins behind Muhd Rafiq in top spot with 2459. Muhd Jaris joined Saw in third with 2387 while Yusuf took the fourth and final stepladder spot with 2358.

Perak's Teh Lit Qing missed the cut by 20 pins to finish fifth with 2338. Justin Lim of Singapore ended in sixth position with 2315.

Meanwhile, top seed, Victoria Chin of Malaysia edged Jacqueline, 231-224 in the championship match to win the title and top prize of RM18,000 (approx. $S6,6920). jacqueline earned RM10,000 (approx. US$3,030) as first runner-up.

Second-seed, Jacqueline Sijore of Malaysia took the first match defeating third-seed, Adila Indryati of Indonesia and Kristin Quah of Singapore, 246-224-228. Quah and Adila earned RM5,000 and RM3,000 respectively.

Chin topped the earlier 10-game finals with 2325 followed by Jacqueline in second with 2275. Aldila and Quah reached the stepladder finals in third and fourth with 2259 and 2220 respectively.

Girl's Open Champion
Victoria Chin winning the Girl's Open title for Malaysia

Hee Kar Yen of Malaysia upset former Japanese national squad member, Tomokatsu Yamashita by beating top seed twice, 219-217 and 218-207 to win her biggest international title and the top prize of RM35,000 (approx. US$10,600).

In the all-Malaysian semi-final match, third seed Hee beat fellow team-mates, Siti Shazwani and winner of the first match, Zulmazran Zulkifli, 210-195-192 to advance to the championship match.

Zulmazran took the first match by defeating fourth-seed, Kang Bo Long and ex-national, Zaid Izlan, 248-246-207 to advance to the semi. Tomokatsu took home RM20,000 while Siti and Zulmazran pocketed RM10,000 and RM8,000.

The Japanese topped the earlier 10-games finals with 2453 followed by Siti in second with 2426 and the champion in third with 2419. Zulmazran, Kang and Zaid joined them from fourth to sixth positions.

Photos courtesy of Paul Chua.

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