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Gold to Indonesia, Singapore

14th July, Jakarta: Adhiguna Widiantoro won Indonesia's second gold medal of the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bwoling Championships with victory in the Boy's Masters stepladder finals while Joey Yeo gave Singapore girls their record fifth gold medal.

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Adhiguna Widiantoro, who advanced into the stepladder finals as second second after losing the lead to Muhammad Aizudeen Mustaqim in the earlier second block round-robin matchplay finals, easily defeated last year's Masters champion and All Events gold medalist, Abdulla Ahmed of Kuwait, 211-148 in the first match.

Adhiguna posted a faultless game to beat top seed, Muhammad Aizudeen, 237-222 in a two game total pinfall title match to take a 15 pins margin going into the second game.

With a strong cheers from his team-mates and local supporters, the Indonesian youngster fired eight consecutive strikes as his opponent responded with six strikes in a row.

Boy's Masters Gold
Adhiguna Widiantoro winning Indonesia's second gold medal

But the gap Adhiguna has built up was simply too much for the Malaysian to handle as Adhiguna closed out the game with 255 to Aizudeen's 236 giving his country its second gold medal with a 492-458 victory.

"I didn't bowl too well today and I thought it would be a tough game against Abdulla in the first match," said the delighted 17-year-old Adhiguna. "When he had so many splits, I knew I had won.

"Going up against Aizudeen was no easy match but I had my team-mates and supporters behind me and that gave me some encouragement. I'm so happy with this win and I have to thank my coaches, my team-mates and my supporters."

Aizudeen settled for the silver medal again this year. The Malaysian lost the final to Abdulla Ahmed at the 13th Asian School in Bangkok last year.

Boy's Masters Medalists
Masters medalists, Aizudeen, Adhiguna and Abdulla

Aizudeen took over the lead in the second block after the third match to end the block to advance as top seed with 3722 from six wins. Adhiguna finished second with 3609 and Abdulla third with 3569.

Indonesia's Billy Muhammad Islam missed the the stepladder in fourth with 3417 while a second Kuwaiti, Aseel Alroomi completed the top 5.

The title match in the girl's division was an all-Singapore affair. Second seed, Joey Yeo Ruoqi won both the games against team-mate and top seed, Kristin Quah, 223-193 and 236-212 for a 459-406 victory to win her second individual gold medal.

Her victory also gave Singapore girls their fifth gold medal of the championship underlining their superiority. Yeo sailed past third seed, Shin Hye-Ji of Korea, 202-178 to face Quah in the finals.

"The match against the Korean was a bit more exciting as I bowled much better," said the 15-year-old champion. "I didn't have a good game against Kristin but I had some lucky strikes.

Girl's Masters Gold and Silver
Joey Yeo and Kristin Quah with their gold and silver medals

"The second match was much better. I guess it didn't matter much who won as either way, Singapore would win the gold which was more important."

Quah had earlier retained her lead by a hugh margin of 277 pins at the end of the second block finals with 3615 winning six matches. Yeo finished second with 3338 with five wins. The Korean took the final stepladder spot with 3314.

Singapore had their best-ever championships emerging as champions in all three categories. They took the overall champion title with a medal haul of 7-3-2. The girls set a new record of winning all the five gold medals.

The boys edged Indonesia for the boy's title despite having the same 2-1-1 medal haul. But Singapore had a better finish in the All Events with fourth, fifth and sixth placings to Indonesia's 12th and 15th.

The host nation finished second in the overall medal standings while the only other country with a gold medal was Kuwait with 1-1-1 medal haul. 88 boys and 48 girls from 14 countries participated in this year's championship hosted by Persatuan Boling Indonesia at Jaya Ancol Bowl.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Indonesian takes pole position

13th July, Jakarta: Team gold medalist, Adhiguna Widiantoro of Indonesia ended the Boy's first block Masters of the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championship in pole position while Singapore's Kristin Quah and Kimberly Ooi finished one-two in the girl's division.

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Singles gold medalist, Javier Tan set the early pace after beating team-mate Darren Ong with a superb game of 256 in his opening match of the round-robin matchplay finals ahead of Adhiguna Widiantoro of Indonesia, who also won his first match with 247 against Australia's Simon Pearce.

Adhiguna shot into the lead after winning his second match against Japan's Tetsuya Chiba with another strong game of 224. The Indonesia won his third match to remain in the lead and despite losing his fourth and fifth matches, Adhiguna posted good games of 210 and 222.

The leader wrapped up his last three matches with victories to end the first block with 1900 on a total of six wins.

Boy's Masters Block 1 Leader
Adhiguna Widiantoro eying for his second gold

All Events bronze medalist, Muhammad Aizudeen Mustaqim snatched second spot with 1881 also winning six matches while Javier won four to settle for third spot with 1758.

Katsuhito Nakano of Japan and All Events gold medalist, Abdulla Ahmed of Kuwait completed the top five with 1751 and 1739 respectively.

Meanwhile Singapore girls stamped their authority yet again when Kristin Quah and Kimberly Ooi finished one-two in the first block. Quah won six matches for a total of 1858 and Ooi won five mathes for a total of 1692.

Malaysia's Nur Ameera Husna Aznel set the early pace but was immediatly overtaken by Quah after the second match. The Singaporean remained in the lead thereafter and cruising to a comfortable 166 pins over her team-mate, Ooi.

Korea's only finalist, Shin Hye-Ji, who trailed Quah for five matches, settled for third spot with 1676 from four wins.

Girl's Masters Block 1 1-2
Kristin Quah and Kimberly Ooi taking the top 2 spots

A third Singaporean, Nur Dyana of Team B with five wins and Nur Ameera with six wins, rounded out the top five with 1661 and 1611 total respectively.

The finalists will resume with their second block of seven matches tomorrow and ending with a position round match to determine the top 3 to advance into the stepladder finals.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Indonesia captures Team gold

12th July, Jakarta: Indonesia broke Singapore's stronghold at the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships to capture the Boy's Team gold medal while the host nation won the Girl's Team brone medal on Wednesday.

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Billy Muhammad Islam, Diwan Rizaldy, Sean Christian Reinhart and Adhiguna Widiantoro, who led the first block of three games earlier in the morning with 153 pins margin, were unsettled as they managed a 798 at the start of the second block.

Their margin was reduced to 71 pins as Singapore Team B fired a sizzling 941 to leapfrog their team-mates of Team A into second spot to trail Indonesia while Singapore Team A slipped to third.

The Indonesian quartet recovered with 809 in the fifth game to stretch their margin to 118 giving themselves some breathing space as their nearest rival managed only 762.

Boy's Team Gold
Indonesian quartet wiinning their first gold medal

With the home crowd cheering frantically in support of their team, Indonesia rallied on with 857 to end the block with 5178 and gave the host nation their first gold medal and breaking Singapore stronghold in the championships.

Benedict Tan, Ng Kai Xiang, Marcus Leong and Muhammd Daniel Zheng Yi of Singapore Team B fought on galantly but was unable to overhaul the Indonesians and had to settle for the silver medal with 5028, 150 pins adrift.

Singapore Team A ended strongly with 907 to hang on to third position for the bronze medal with 4877 while Kuwait Team A missed the podium finishing fourth with 4877.

Meanwhile, no countries could break Singapore girl's dominating force when Kimberly Ooi, Joey Yeo, Kristin Quah and Tracy See won their third gold medal with 4759.

But the champion had to fend off a late charge by Korea after they held a slender lead of just 5 pins going into the sixth the final game. The Singapore quartet rolled 822 while Korea managed only 775 in the last game.

Kim Mi-Ae, Mim Eun-Jeong, Park Soo-Bin and Shin Hye-Jin, who took home their first medal with 4612 for the silver, could not maintain their rythmn after a superb 841 in the fifth game.

Girl's Team Gold
Singapore girls winning their third consecutive gold

But Indonesia had the biggest cheer when Shinta Ceysaria Yunita, Aldila Indryati, Nadia Pramanik Nuralmalina and Alisha Nabila Larasati worked extremey hard to finish third for the bronze medal with 4612.

Last year's Masters gold medalist, Abdulla Ahmed did win Kuwait's first gold medal when he topped the Boy's All Events table with 3945. Billy added a silver for Indonesia by taking second spot with 3857.

Malaysia's Muhammad Aizudeen Mustaqim took home the bronze medal with 3852. Singles gold medalist, Javier Tan of Singapore missed the podium finishing fourth with 3839.

Singapore girls swept all the three medals after Tracy See, Kimberly Ooi, Joey Yeo finished one-two-three in the All Events with 3736, 3673 and 3672 respectively. Doubles silver medalist, Janine Kuwahara missed the medal by 5 pins finishing fourth with 3667.

Singapore is way ahead in the overall medal tally with a haul of 6-2-2 followed by Indonesia in second with 1-1-2 and Kuwait third with 1-1-0.

Boy's AE Gold
Thumbs up for Abdulla Ahmed after winning the All Events gold

The top 16 boys and top 16 girls in the All Events table qualified for the Round-robin Masters finals over two blocks on July 13 and 14. The top 3 boys and top 3 girls will advance to the stepladder finals for the final two gold medals of the championships.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Another dominating performance

11th July, Jakarta: Singapore youths put in another dominating performance at the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships after Darren Ong-Muhammad Jaris Goh and Kimberly Ooi-Tracy See swept the Boy's and Girl's Doubles gold medals.

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Darren Ong Wei Seong and Muhammad Jaris Goh got off the mark with a superb 479 opener to lead a field of 21 pairs in the second Boy's Doubles squad. Despite posting only 399 in the second, the Singapore's first team pair remained in the lead.

Ong and Jaris Goh then fired 413, 481 and 499, thanks to a sizzling 279 from Ong to put the duo in a comfortable position, needing only 259 pins in their sixth and final game to overhaul first squad leader, Indonesia for the gold.

And the pair kept their composure to roll 412 to win Singapore's third gold medal with 2673. Jaris Goh shot 1296 while Ong posted the highest 6-game series of 1377.

Boy's Doubles Gold
Muhammad Jaris Goh and Darren Ong with their gold medals

"We were not paying attention to the scores and the position we were in before the final game," said anchorman, Jaris. "We were just making sure we remained focus and complete the task at hand.

"I didn't win any medal at the last Asian School in Bangkok and neither did I win a gold in the previous one in Malaysia. I'm glad I finally nailed the gold and thanks to Darren's great form."

Kuwait's Aseel Alroomi and last year's Masters gold medalist, Abdulla Ahmed knocked down two big games of 458 and 493 to clinch the silver medal with 2631, 42 pins behind the Singapore pair.

Squad A leader, Billy Muhammad Islam and Adhiguna Widiantoro hung on to win the bronze medal for Indonesia with 2520. Fachri Ibnu Askar and Kevin Reinhart, who finished second in their team-mates, slipped to fourth and missed out on the podium.

Meanwhile, Singapore completed another grand double by overhauling Squad A leader, Philippines in the second squad with 2681 to win the Girl's Doubles event and Singapore's fourth gold.

Kimberly Ooi and Tracy See had a poor start with 361 but recovered with 496, 466, 485 and 484 in their next four games. The Singapore pair only needed 180 in their final game to beat the Filipinas.

They cruised to a comfortable and convincing victory with 389 to finish 209 pins ahead of Madeline Mae Llamas and Janine Kuwahara. The Filipinas settled for the silver medal with 2472.

A second pair from Singapore second team, Joy Yap Jing Ying and Michelle Ng needed 454 in their final game to snatch the silver but still came home well with 412 to finish 29 pins ahead of Joey Yeo and Kristin Quah for the bronze medal.

Girl's Doubles Gold
Kimberly Ooi and Tracy See winning Singapore's fourth gold

"We knew that our team-mates who was second in the earlier squad had a chance of winning a medal, so we were quite relaxed especially after bowling well before the final game," said Kimberly Ooi.

"We just made sure we continue to make good shots, hit the pocket and pick up the spares. This win is sweet as our team-mates also won the gld in the boy's division," said Tracy See.

Singles gold medalist, Joey Yeo and Kristin Quah missed out on the podium after being pushed down to fourth. Japan's Manae Makeshima and Mitsuki Okamoto, who was third in the second squad, rounded up the top 5 pairs.

Tracy topped the Girl's All Events after 12 games with 2566 followed by Ooi in second with 2475 and Kuwahara third with 2454.

Abdulla Ahmed led the boy's division with 2685 followed by Darren Ong in second with 2600 and Muhammad Aizudeen Mustaqim of Malaysia third with 2563.

Competition will shift to the 4-player Team event tomorrow over two blocks of three games in between a lane maintenance break. The top 16 boys and top 16 girls in the All Events standings will qualify for the Masters finals.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Promising start for Indonesia

11th July, Jakarta: Host nation, Indonesia ended the opening squad of the Boy's Doubles event at the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships with their first team pair and second team pair finishing one-two.

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Billy Muhammad Islam and Adhiguna Widiantoro did not have the best of start when they knocked down 378 in their opening game as Australia's second team pair of Adam Svensson and Elliot Batiste led with a superb 437.

Despite a sizzling 458 in the second game by the Indonesian pair, Adhiguna and Billy found themselves trailing Kuwait's first team pair of Mohammed Salem and Abdulrahman Suwayed by 21 pins.

As the first team pair of Australia and Korea's second team pair fought out the lead for the next three games, the Indonesians slipped down with 378 and 384 in their next two games.

Boy's Doules Squad A Leader
Adhiguna Widiantoro and Billy Muhammad Islam topping Squad A

Indonesia's second team pair of Fachri Ibnu Askar and Kevin Gabriel Reinhart made good progress with 458 and 424 in the third and fourth games putting themselves in contention for the lead.

But it was their compatriots of Adhiguna and Billy who bounced back with 457 and 465 in their fifth and sixth games to give them pole position in the squad. Adhiguna rolled 1241 to add to Billy's 1279 for a total of 2520.

Fachri and Kevin also ended strongly with 410 and 411 to clinch second spot with 2498, 22 pins behind while Korea's second team pair of Choi Hyun-Jin and Choi Jae-Hyun finished third with 2490.

In the girl's division, Singles silver medalist Madeline Mae Llamas of the Philippines, who partnered Janine Kuwahara, made all the running and cruised to a comfortable lead of 151 to top the squad with 2472.

Llamas rolled 1170 while Kuwahara posted the highest 6-game series of 1302 to give the Filipinas the lead. Singles gold medalist, Joey Yeo and Kristin Quah of Singpaore finished in a distant second with 2321.

Singapore's second team pair of Charmaine Lim and Nur Dyana took third spot with 2274 while Japan's first pair of Nao Kato-Chika Terashita and Hong Kong's first pair of Kelly Ho-Victoria Chan completed the top 5.

Girl's Doules Squad A Leader
Llamas and Kuwahara cruised to a comfortable lead

The second squad will take to the lanes after oiling and the combined scores of both the squads will determine to top 3 medal winners of the two divisions.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Double victory for Singapore

10th July, Jakarta: Squad A leaders, Javier Tan and Joey Yeo gave Singapore a double victory after capturing the Boy's and Girl's Singles gold medals at the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships on Monday.

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42 boys took to the lanes for their singles event in the second squad which saw Singapore's Marcus Leong setting the early pace with a superb 246 opening game followed by Saeh Salem Saleh of Kuwait in second.

A sizzling 267 from last year's Masters silver medaist, Muhammad Aizudeen Mustaqim took the Malaysian youngster into the lead as Marcus slipped into second. Aizudeen continued to knock down 215, 246 and 196 in his next three games taking him closer to Squad A leader's Javier Tan's 1359.

With Aizudeen needing 228 or more in his final game, the leader choke big time managing a disasterous 143 and failing to topple Javier. His poor game also put him fourth behind the top 3 finishers in Squad A despite taking the second squad.

Boy's Singles Gold
Javier Tan with his first gold medal

Javier Tan and Joel Tan gave Singapore a great start by capturing the gold and the silver medal while Korea's Hwang Jun-Hurk took home the bronze medal and Aizudeen missed the podium by 7 pins.

Marcus too had a chance to win a medal but also ended his last game with 160 to finish sixth behind Abdulla Ahmed of Kuwait in fifth after the two squads were combined.

Meanwhile in the girl's division, Melissa-Ann Fisher of Australia was leading the Singles second squad and needed 217 to topple Squad A leader, Joey Yeo of Singapore. The Aussie managed 173 and was lucky to take home the bronze medal with 1238.

Joey gave Singapore the double victory in the event after she topped the opening sdquad with 1281. Filipina, Madeline Mae Llamas, who finished second to the Singaporean, earned the silver medal.

Japan's Mitsuki Okamoto, who fired 202, 236 and 204 in her second series in Squad B, missed the podium with 1232, just 6 pins from Fisher. Singapore's Tracy See, who finished third in the second squad closed out the top 5 with 1222.

Girl's Singles Gold
Joey Yeo winning the Girl's Singles gold

Competition will shift to the Doubles event again split into two squads which will commence only in the afternoon. The 4-player team event will be contested over two blocks of 3 games on July 12.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Singapore off to a blazing start

10th July, Jakarta: Singapore got off to a blazing start at the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships underway at Ancol Bowling Center with Javier Tan and Joey Yeo topping the opening squad of the Boy's and Girl's Singles.

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Javier Tan of Singapore on his third appearance at the Asian School, took off with a sizzling 230 to lead the trio of Choi Hyun-Wook of Korea, Adam Svensson of Australia and team-mate, Joel Tan tieing with 223.

Qatar's Jassim Al Muraikhi took over the lead briefly after the second game but faded off as last year's Masters gold medalist, Abdulla Ahmed of Kuwait moved into the lead widway through the 6-game singles.

But it was the consistency showned by Javier Tan after rolling 207, 214, 226, 225 and 257 that gave the Singapore youngster the lead with 1359. His compatriot, Joel Tan fired 279 in the fifth and 240 in the sixth to leapfrog into second spot with 1333.

Boy's Singles Squad A Leader
Javier Tan topping the Boy's Singles Squad A

"I started off well which put me in a high spirit," said the 17-year-old Javier and a member of the Singapore national youth team. "Thereafter, I just kept my focus and took each game one at a time.

"This is my third Asian School championship for which I only had one Team bronze so I'm hopeful that my score is good enough to win me at least a medal. It doesn's matter if it is not a gold, at least a medal is a good start."

Korea's Hwang Jun-Hurk also posted big games of 265 and 234 in his fourth and fifth games and hung on to third with 1282 despite a lowly 187 in the final game.

Pace-setter, Abdulla ended in fourth position with 1262 and Hong Kong's Ashley Hiu rounded out the top 5 with 1241.

Singapore could not have asked for a better start when Jeoy Yeo Ruoqi snatched pole position with 1281 from front-runner, Nao Kato of Japan, who led for the first four games with lines of 246, 220, 234 and 178 but slipped down to third after 154 and 188 in her last two games.

"I was in last year's Asian School girls team but we did not make the trip due to some unforseen circumstances," said the 15-year-old Joey. "This time, I will make the most of it and win as many medals as I can.

"The lanes are not easy but challenging and I had to make quick adjustments in order to get my ball into the pocket. I also made sure I made all my spares which is important."

Girl's Singles Squad A Leader
Joey Yeo snatching the lead of the Girl's Singles Squad A

Philippines' Madeline Mae Llamas clinched second position with 1251 after a strong game of 226 in the last while Kato totaled 1220 for third.

Korea's Shin Hye-Ji finished fourth with 1219 while a second Singaporean, Kristin Quah completed the top 5 with 1197.

88 boys and 48 girls from 14 countries are participating in this year's championships. The second squad of 44 boys and 24 girls will contest their Singles later and the top 3 in the boy's and top 3 in the girl's division will be declared the winners after two squads scores are combined.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Fourteen countries at opening

8th July, Jakarta: Fourteen countries marched past in front of dignitaries, officials and guests at the official opening ceremony of the 14th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championship at Ancol Bowling Center on Sunday.

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A total of 84 boys, 48 girls and 53 team officials from fourteen countries will battle for medals in four events - Singles, Doubles, 4-player Team and Masters at the 14th edition of the Asian School meet, which Indonesia last hosted in 2005.

The fourteen countries are Australia, Brunei, Egypt, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Qatar, Singapore, Thailand and host, Indonesia. Four countries are fielding two full teams of 8 boys and 8 girls and they are Australia, Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia.

Two countries will field two boys teams and they are Kuwait and Qatar while Hong Kong, Japan and Malaysia will field one boys and one girls team. Brunei, Egypt, Macau and Thailand are fielding only one boys team.

Teams marchpast at the opening ceremony

The participating countries marched past in front of the Honourable Bpk. Ambassador Robert Inkiriwang, representing the Indonesian Sports Committee, the Honourable, Muhammad Siddik, representing the Governor of the city of Jakarta and the honourable Bpk. Ade Lukman, representing the Chairman of Indonesia National Olympic Committee.

Also present was her excellency, Ms Maria Rosario Aguinaldo, the Ambassador of the Republic of Philippines, Mr Kyohei Akagi, Honorary Life President of World Tenpin Bowling Association, Mr Oky Harwanto, President of Indonesia Bowling Federation and Chairmans of Indonesian Provincial Congresses.

Emcees Ms Alya Rohali and Ms Dewi got the proceedings of the official opening ceremony underway with speeches from the orginising chairman, Mr Hadi Busono, Mr Oky Harwanto, Dr Danny Santos, Vice President of ABF and the guest of honour, Muhammad Siddik.

Indonesian team members, Kevin Reinhart and Alisha Nabila Larasati took the bowlers' oath on behalf of the participants while Mr Orlando Robot took the oath on behalf of the competition officials.

Thereafter the honourable Ambassador Robert Inkiriwang declared the championship official opened. Guests, team officials and participants then adjourned to a welcome reception hosted by Indonesian Bowling Federation at Ancol Bowling Center.

Declaring Opening
The Honourable Ambassador Robert Inkiriwang officially declaring the championships open

Later in the evening, the fourteen teams managers and coaches attended the meeting at Aston Marina Hotel & Resorts where the players were finalised including naming their "A" teams and "B" teams.

Both teams can compete for medals but only bowlers from the "A" team can contribute to the medal tally in determining the overall champion. The official practice will be held tomorrow and the first event - the Singles will be contested on July 10.

The Doubles will be held on July 11 and the 4-player Team event on July 12. The top 16 boys and top 16 girls based on the All Events standings after 18 games, will qualify for the Round-Robin Masters finals over two blocks of 8 games on July 13 and 14.

The top 3 boys and top 3 girls at the end of the Masters finals will advance to the step-ladder grand finals for the final two gold medals.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

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