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Michael Mak, Han Kyeo Rae triumph in ABF Tour Hong Kong leg

2016ABFT04MichaelMak.jpg2016ABFT04HardyRachmadian.jpgMichael Mak of Hong Kong (left) continued hot hand and captured his third title in 10 days and the second consecutive on the Asian Bowling Federation (ABF) Tour defeating Hardy Rachmadian (right), Indonesia, in roll-off on home turf Monday at South China Athletic Association Bowling Center in Hong Kong, China.

In an all-Korean women’s final, Han Kyeo Rae topped Lee Na Young, 241-211, to seal the victory.

Pictured above from left to right: Winston Chan, Vice President of the Macau, China Bowling Association, Hong Kong leg winners Michael Mak, Han Kyeo Rae and Vivien Lau, BBS, JP, World Bowling Secretary General and ABF Tour Organizing Chairman.

Fresh off his victories in the 16th Chinese Taipei International Open and the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei leg, finished second in the 42nd Hong Kong International Open yesterday to qualify for the Hong Kong leg. The top 16 men and women in the Hong Kong International Open determined the ABF Tour Hong Kong leg champion in single-elimination match play.

By using the World Bowling scoring system Mak flew past Basel Al-Anzi of Kuwait in the opening round, 268-201, and then eliminated Diwan Rezaldy of Indonesia, 243-223. After ousting his compatriot Rickle Kam in the semi-finals by a whisker, 245-244, Mak defeated Rachmadian in the men’s title match, 39-27 in roll-off after a 209-209 tie, to wrap up the title.

Rachmadian earned his spot in the final by defeating his compatriot and Hong Kong International Open winner, Ryan Lalisang in the other semi-final match, 253-208.

2016ABFT04HanKyeoRae.jpg2016ABFT04LeeNaYoung.jpgOn the women’s side, three out four Korean women reached the semi-finals. Han Kyeo Rae (left), who eliminated Joey Yip of Hong Kong, 240-203, and Nadia Pramanik of Indonesia, 223-212, in the round of 16 and 8, respectively, ousted compatriot Kim Kyung Sil to advance to the title match.

In the other semi-final match, Lee Na Young (right) sidelined the last non-Korean bowler, Tannya Roumimper of Indonesia, 257-182, to set up an all-Korean finale. Han, who averaged 240 for four games, closed with 241 to seal the victory.

Both champions received US$1,000 apiece while the runner-ups got US$500. The losers of the semi-finals garnered US$250 each.

Winston Chan, Vice President of the Macau, China Bowling Association, presented the trophy and prizes to the women’s winners while Vivien Lau, ABF Tour Committee Chairman and secretary general of World Bowling gave away the trophy and prizes to the men’s winners.

ABFTourLogo_small.jpgThe 2016 Asian Bowling Federation Tour consists of six legs for both men and women and four ranking tournaments for men only. Only Asian bowlers are eligible to participate in the ABF Tour.

Players earn ranking points based on how they finish in each event. The top 16 men and the top 16 women at the end of the 2016 season qualify for the ABF Tour Tournament of Champions scheduled for March 2017 (tbc) in Kuwait.

The 2016 ABF Tour takes a three-month break before heading to Hao’s Bowling in Shanghai for the China Open (Oct. 7-12) to qualify for the ABF Tour China leg on Oct. 13.

Photos courtesy of www.abftour.com.

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2016 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Men’s Division

South China Athletic Association Bowling Center in Hong Kong, China (July 18, 2016)

2016ABFT04MichaelMak.jpgChampionship:
Michael Mak, Hong Kong, def. Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 39-27 in roll-off after a 209-209 tie

Semifinal:
Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, def. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 253-208
Michael Mak, Hong Kong, def. Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, 245-244

Quarterfinal:
Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, def. Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 243-215
Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, def. Ernest Kwok, Hong Kong, 229-213
Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, def. Jassem Al-Saqer, Kuwait, 243-185
Michael Mak, Hong Kong, def. Diwan Rezaldy, Indonesia, 243-223

Round of 16:
Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, def Jang Dong Chul, Korea, 276-213
Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, def. Kim Dong Gyun, Korea, 276-197
Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, def. Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 288-213
Ernest Kwok, Hong Kong, def. Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 187-159
Jassem Al-Saqer, Kuwait, def. Eric Tseng, Hong Kong, 253-207
Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, def. Yeri Ramadona, Indonesia, 234-224
Diwan Rezaldy, Indonesia, def. Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 239-232
Michael Mak, Hong Kong, def. Basel Al-Anzi, Kuwait, 268-201

2016 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Men’s Final Standings

Players with position, country and ranking points

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1. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 75
2. Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 60
3. Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, 46
4. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 45
5. Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 32.5
(tie) Diwan Rezaldy, Indonesia, 32.5
7. Ernest Kwok, Hong Kong, 31
8. Jassem Al-Saqer, Kuwait, 30
9. Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 20
10. Yeri Ramadona, Indonesia, 19
11. Jang Dong Chul, Korea, 17.5
(tie) Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 17.5
13. Eric Tseng, Hong Kong, 16
14. Basel Al-Anzi, Kuwait, 15
15. Kim Dong Gyun, Korea, 14
16. Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 13

2016 ABF Tour Men’s Ranking – Standings after 7 events

Players with position, country and ranking points. The top 16 will qualify for the ABFT Tournament of Champions.

1. Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 210.0
2. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 185.0
3. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 122.0
4. Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, 112.0
(tie) Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, 99.0
6. Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 92.5
7. Mohammed Alsaud, Saudi Arabia, 80.0
8. Eric Tseng, Hong Kong, 77.0
9. Ahmed Al-Awadhi, Bahrain, 75.0
(tie) Daisuke Yoshida, Japan, 75.0
(tie) Sam Cooley, Australia, 75.0
12. Cheng Hsing Chao, Chinese Taipei, 74.0
13. Jassem Al-Saqer, Kuwait, 64.0
(tie) Jassim Al-Muraikhi, Qatar, 64.0
15. Yousef Al-Jaber, Qatar, 63.0
16. Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 60.0
17. Naif Oqab, United Arab Emirates, 52.0
18. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 49.5
19. Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, 49.0
20. Ayman Hashim, Egypt, 46.0
(tie) Badin Lerdpiriyasakulkit, Thailand, 46.0
(tie) Lee Won Seok, Korea, 46.0
(tie) Mostafa Al-Mousawi, Kuwait, 46.0
24. Ayad Al-Amiri, Kuwait, 45.0
(tie) Hazeem Al-Muraikhi, Qatar, 45.0
(tie) Muhd Nur Aiman, Malaysia, 45.0
(tie) Osama A Rahman, Bahrain, 45.0
28. Joshua Chow, Hong Kong, 44.5
29. Hsu Chin-Tsai, Chinese Taipei, 40.0
30. Lee Tak Man, Macau, 35.0
31. Abdulrahman Suwayed, Kuwait, 33.0
(tie) Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 33.0
(tie) Jimmy Cheung, Hong Kong, 33.0
34. Chen Ying-Shen, Chinese Taipei, 32.0
(tie) Diwan Rezaldy, Indonesia, 32.0
(tie) Khaled Al-Dosari, Qatar, 32.0
(tie) Mohamed Janahi, Bahrain, 32.0
(tie) Mohammed Al-Merekhi, Qatar, 32.0
(tie) Remy Ong, Singapore, 32.0
40. Lee Dong Eun, Korea, 31.5
41. Ernest Kwok, Hong Kong, 31.0
(tie) Ghanim Aboujassoum, Qatar, 31.0
43. Alex Liew, Malaysia, 30.0
(tie) Chen Wu-Chi, Chinese Taipei, 30.0
(tie) Hany El Tokhey, Egypt, 30.0
46. Wu Cheng-Hsun, Chinese Taipei, 23.0
47. Wang Chen-Hsiung, Chinese Taipei, 22.0
48. Yeh Meng Wei, Chinese Taipei, 21.0
49. Chen Chin-Tsai, Chinese Taipei, 20.0
(tie) Ebrahim Al-Jadi, Kuwait, 20.0
(tie) Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 20.0
(tie) Shogo Wada, Japan, 20.0
53. Syaffique Ikhwan, Malaysia, 19.5
54. Lai Kwun Ho, Hong Kong, 19.0
(tie) Mohammed Al-Marzooqi, United Arab Emirates, 19.0
(tie) Yeri Ramadona, Indonesia, 19.0
57. Ahmed A Jabbar, Bahrain, 18.0
(tie) Amr Nour, Egypt, 18.0
(tie) Muhd Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 18.0
60. Jang Dong Chul, Korea, 17.5
61. Ahmed Al-Malki, Bahrain, 17.0
62. Abdulrahman Al-Jaidah, Qatar, 16.0
(tie) Khaled Al-Dubyyan, Kuwait, 16.0
(tie) Mike Chan, Hong Kong, 16.0
65. Adrian Ang, Malaysia, 15.0
(tie) Basel Al-Anzi, Kuwait, 15.0
(tie) Lin Pai-Feng, Chinese Taipei, 15.0
(tie) Omar Rashaid, Bahrain, 15.0
(tie) Salem Al-Hajras, Kuwait, 15.0
70. Hamza Abo Alhaiga, Jordan, 14.0
(tie) Kim Dong Gyun, Korea, 14.0
(tie) Mansour Al-Awami, Qatar, 14.0
(tie) Tomoyuki Sasaki, Japan, 14.0
(tie) Wan Syahmi, Malaysia, 14.0
75. Atchariya Cheng, Thailand, 13.0
(tie) Maher Abd Alhussien, Iraq, 13.0
(tie) Tsai Ying-Hao, Chinese Taipei, 13.0
(tie) Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 13.0
79. Chen Te-Nung, Chinese Taipei, 12.0
80. Wu Hao-Ming, Chinese Taipei, 11.0
81. Hsu Yin-Chou, Chinese Taipei, 10.0
82. Cheng Hsing-Yueh, Chinese Taipei, 9.0

2016 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Women’s Division

South China Athletic Association Bowling Center in Hong Kong, China (July 18, 2016)

2016ABFT04HanKyeoRae.jpgChampionship:
Han Kyeo Rae, Korea, def. Lee Na Young, Korea, 241-211

Semifinal:
Han Kyeo Rae, Korea, def. Kim Kyung Sil, Korea, 256-223
Lee Na Young, Korea, def. Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, 257-182

Quarterfinal:
Kim Kyung Sil, Korea, def. Esther Cheah, Malaysia, 234-233
Han Kyeo Rae, Korea, def. Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, 223-212
Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, def. Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 234-190
Lee Na Young, Korea, def. Joan Cheng, Hong Kong, 231-214

Round of 16:
Esther Cheah, Malaysia, def. Chloe Lee, Hong Kong, 218-162
Kim Kyung Sil, Korea, def. Siti Safiyah Amirah, Malaysia, 266-209
Han Kyeo Rae, Korea, def. Joey Yip, Hong Kong, 240-203
Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. Pan Yu-Fen, Chinese Taipei, 229-202
Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, def. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 229-213
Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, def. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 213-211
Lee Na Young, Korea, def. Putty Armein, Indonesia, 240-210
Joan Cheng, Hong Kong, def. Lim So Hyun, Korea, 224-218

2016 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Women’s Final Standings

Players with position, country and ranking points

2016ABFT04WomenTop16Banner.jpg

1. Han Kyeo Rae, Korea, 75
2. Lee Na Young, Korea, 60
3. Kim Kyung Sil, Korea, 46
4. Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, 45
5. Esther Cheah, Malaysia, 33
6. Joan Cheng, Hong Kong, 32
7. Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, 31
8. Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 30
9. Lim So Hyun, Korea, 20
10. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 19
11. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 18
12. Putty Armein, Indonesia, 17
13. Siti Safiyah Amirah, Malaysia, 16
14. Joey Yip, Hong Kong, 15
15. Pan Yu-Fen, Chinese Taipei, 14
16. Chloe Lee, Hong Kong, 13

2016 ABF Tour Women’s Ranking – Standings after 4 events

Players with position, country and ranking points. The top 16 will qualify for the ABFT Tournament of Champions.

1. Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, 91.0
2. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 80.0
3. Hsu Chun-Yi, Chinese Taipei, 75.0
(tie) Lee Young Seung, Korea, 75.0
(tie) Sharon Koh, Malaysia, 75.0
(tie) Wang Ya Ting, Chinese Taipei, 75.0
(tie) Han Kyeo Rae, Korea, 75.0
8. Esther Cheah, Malaysia, 66.0
9. Hee Kar Yen, Malaysia, 60.0
(tie) Tsai Hsin-Yi, Chinese Taipei, 60.0
(tie) Wang Ting Wen, Chinese Taipei, 60.0
(tie) Lee Na Young, Korea, 60.0
13. Novie Phang, Indonesia, 58.0
14. Chang Yu Hsuan, Chinese Taipei, 52.0
15. Julia Lam, Macau, 51.0
16. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 50.0
17. Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 47.0
18. Chien Hsiu-Lan, Chinese Taipei, 46.0
(tie) Jang Ha Eun, Korea, 46.0
(tie) Kim Kyung Sil, Korea, 46.0
(tie) Pan Yu-Fen, Chinese Taipei, 46.0
22. Kim Mi Ae, Korea, 45.0
23. Li Shiau-Ping, Chinese Taipei, 33.0
24. Dayang Khairuniza, Malaysia, 32.0
(tie) Joan Cheng, Hong Kong, 32.0
26. Chi Yun-Fan, Chinese Taipei, 31.0
(tie) Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, 31.0
28. Huang Chiung-Yao, Chinese Taipei, 30.0
(tie) Tanaprang Sathean, Thailand, 30.0
(tie) Veronica De Souza, Macau, 30.0
31. Kim Hyun A, Korea, 20.0
(tie) Lim So Hyun, Korea, 20.0
(tie) Sin Li Jane, Malaysia, 20.0
34. Chou Chia-Chen, Chinese Taipei, 19.0
(tie) Han Sol, Korea, 19.0
(tie) Park Ga Ryul, Korea, 19.0
37. Natasha Roslan, Malaysia, 18.0
(tie) Tang Joh Six, Malaysia, 18.0
39. Putty Armein, Indonesia, 17.0
(tie) Tithima Thongsard, Thailand, 17.0
41. Filomena Choi, Macau, 16.0
(tie) Kim Su Bin, Korea, 16.0
(tie) Nur Syazwani Sahar, Malaysia, 16.0
(tie) Siti Safiyah Amirah, Malaysia, 16.0
45. Alisha Nabila, Indonesia, 15.0
(tie) Joey Yip, Hong Kong, 15.0
47. Jang Ryeon Gyeong, Korea, 14.0
(tie) Lin I-Heng, Chinese Taipei, 14.0
49. Chloe Lee, Hong Kong, 13.0
(tie) Su Shu-Wen, Chinese Taipei, 13.0
(tie) Yanee Saebae, Thailand, 13.0

Author: Herbert Bickel
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