Jason Belmonte shoots two 300 games en route to win PTT Tournament in Thailand

    09/30/11

    2011 World Bowling Tour #7

    PBA bowlers win more than fifty per cent of the $132,000 prize fund

    201011PBA12JasonBelmonte.jpg201011PBAMikeFagan.jpgJason Belmonte (pictured left) of Australia rolled his second 300 game in the finals of the PTT Thailand Tournament 2011 in the deciding match against Michael Fagan (right), United States to win the title and the one million baht top prize (approx. $32,258).

    The two-hander from Down Under fired the first perfecto in the last game of the Round of 20 to rocket from 9th place to first en route to earn the No. 1 seed for the eight-player stepladder finals.

    201011PBA11RyanCiminelli2.jpgFive of the large contingent from the Professional Bowlers Association mad the cut to the TV show. Qualifying leader Ryan Ciminelli (left) won the first three matches including a one-ball roll-off against Peerawich Rungcharoen, Thailand, in the opening match and games of 278 and 280 in matches #2 and #3.

    201011PBA07DanMacLelland.jpgFagan eliminated Ciminelli in the semifinal, 234-214, to set up a title match against Belmonte. Fagan had to defeat Belmonte twice to win the title. The two-time PBA champion struck 12 times to easily won the first game, 300-211, but Belmonte rebounded with his second perfecto to seal the victory, 300-205.

    Fagan received 500,000 Baht for second place, while Ciminelli got 300,000 for third place. PBA exempt player Dan MacLelland (right), Canada, received 200,000 for fourth place and eighth place Sean Rash pocketed 80,000 Baht.

    The PBA contingent earned more than fifty per cent of the total prize fund of 4.215 million Baht (approx. $132,000).

     


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    Final Standings - Places 1-42 (cashers)


    1. Jason Belmonte, Australia, 1,000,000 - $32,258
    2. Mike Fagan, United States, 500,000 - $12,129
    3. Ryan Ciminelli, United States, 300,000 - $9,677
    4. Dan MacLelland, Canada, 200,000 - $6,451
    5. Choi Won Young, Korea, 100,000 - $3,225
    6. Sayed Al-Hashemi, UAE, 90,000 - $2,903
    7. Peerawich Rungcharoen, Thailand, 85,000 - $2,741
    8. Sean Rash, United States, 80,000 - $2,580
    9. Hussain Al Suwaidi, UAE, 70,000 - $2,258
    10. Surasak Manuwong, Thailand, 70,000 - $2,258
    11. Norm Duke, United States, 70,000 - $2,258
    12. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 70,000 - $2,258
    13. Rhino Page, United States, 70,000 - $2,258
    14. Mika Koivuniemi, Finland, 70,000 - $2,258
    15. Jeong Tae-Hwa, Korea, 70,000 - $2,258
    16. Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, 70,000 - $2,258
    17. Mohammed Al-Qubaisi, UAE, 70,000 - $2,258
    18. Yousef Al-Jaber, Qatar, 70,000 - $2,258
    19. Michael Tsang, Hong Kong, 70,000 - $2,258
    20. Kang Sung Yu, Korea, 70,000 - $2,258
    21. Osku Palermaa, Finland, 50,000 - $1,612
    22. Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 50,000 - $1,612
    23. Tommy Jones, United States, 50,000 - $1,612
    24. Mahmood Al Attar, UAE, 50,000 - $1,612
    25. Dechochai Tinjiratip, Thailand, 50,000 - $1,612
    26. Badin Lerdpiriyasakulkit, Thailand, 50,000 - $1,612
    27. Joshua Chow, Hong Kong, 50,000 - $1,612
    28. Parker Bohn III, United States, 50,000 - $1,612
    29. Atchariya Cheng, Thailand, 50,000 - $1,612
    30. Shaker Al Hassan, UAE, 50,000 - $1,612
    31. Naif Oqab, UAE, 50,000 - $1,612
    32. Tore Torgersen, Norway, 50,000 - $1,612
    33. Remy Ong, Singapore, 50,000 - $1,612
    34. Biboy Rivera, Philippines, 50,000 - $1,612
    35. Phumin Klanbida, Thailand, 40,000 - $1,290
    36. Atittarat Cheng, Thailand, 40,000 - $1,290
    37. Peter Ljung, Sweden, 40,000 - $1,290
    38. Angkana Netrviseth (F), Thailand, 40,000 - $1,290
    39. Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 40,000 - $1,290
    40. Phoemphun Yakasem, Thailand, 40,000 - $1,290
    41. Basel Al-Anzi, Kuwait, 40,000 - $1,290
    42. Mohamed Dawood, UAE, 40,000 - $1,290

     


    PTT Thailand - Final Round Three


    The top 8 advance to the TV finals.

     


    PTT Thailand - Final Round Two


    The top 12 advance to the third round.

     


    PTT Thailand - Final Round One


    The top 10 advance to the second round.