Koreans win gold medals four and five in Short Oil Doubles

    02/06/06

    13th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championship

    Fairlanes City Bowl in Perth, Western Australia

    2006AsZYCBoysShortOilDoubles.jpg Korean bowlers continue to dominate the 13th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championship as Han Jae-Ho/Choi Bok-Eum and Choi Jin-A/Hwang Sun-Ok swept the gold medals in the men's and women's Short Oil Doubles. The Korean Juniors have won five out of six events thus far.

    Long Oil Single champion Bok-Eum fired a 1381-series and Jae-Ho added 1297 en route to a 2678 pinfall total, an average of 223,17. Rakan Alamiri and Khalid Al Dubyyan of Kuwait earned the silver medal with 2660. Bronze went to Japan's Tomoyuki Sasaki and Makoto Endo, who toppled 2654 pins.

    2006AsZYCGirlsShortOilDoubles.jpg Korea's Choi Jin-A is playing in her own league and won the third gold medal in as many events, two on short and one on long oil. Jin-A felled 1417 pins and Hwang Sun-Ok contributed 1315 for 2732 six-game total and an average of 227,67.

    Malaysians Zandra Aziela and Esther Cheah earned the silver medal with 2654, while Singapore's Amanda Ng and Jazreel Tan took bronze with 2456.

    Pictures courtesy of www.tenpin.org.au.


    2006 Asian Youth Championship - Boys Short Oil Doubles

    Countires with position, six-game total and average
    Players with individual score and average

    1. Korea, 2678, 223,17
    Han Jae-Ho, 1297, 216,17/Choi Bok-Eum, 1381, 230,17

    2. Kuwait, 2660, 221,67
    Rakan Alamiri, 1339, 223,17/Khalid Al Dubyyan, 1321, 220,17

    3. Japan, 2654, 221,17
    Sasaki Tomoyuki, 1412, 235,33/Endo Makoto, 1242, 207,00


    4. Singapore, 2643, 220,25
    Jason Yeong Nathan, 1371, 228,50/Lionel Lim Guo Liang, 1272, 212,00

    5. Malaysia, 2607, 217,25
    Jonathan Lim, 1265, 210,83/Adrian Ang, 1342, 223,67

    6. Malaysia, 2593, 216,08
    Aaron Kong, 1264, 210,67/Zulmazran Zulkifli, 1329, 221,50

    7. Singapore, 2585, 215,42
    Justin Teng Wei Jun, 1206, 201,00/Carl De Vries, 1379, 229,83

    8. Qatar, 2543, 211,92
    Mohammad Al Mannai, 1228, 204,67/Fahad Al Emadi, 1315, 219,17

    9. Japan, 2507, 208,92
    Ikeda Daiki, 1256, 209,33/Kawada Shoji, 1251, 208,50

    10. Hong Kong, 2499, 208,25
    Cyrus Cheung Chun Chung, 1199, 199,83/Wu Siu Hong, 1300, 216,67

    11. Kuwait, 2487, 207,25
    Jassem Darwish, 1142, 190,33/Mohammad Kamel, 1345, 224,17

    12. Chinese Taipei, 2475, 206,25
    Hsing-Chao Cheng, 1171, 195,17/Wu-Chi Chen, 1304, 217,33

    13. Australia, 2460, 205,00
    Stephen Cowland, 1218, 203,00/Glen Loader, 1242, 207,00

    14. Qatar, 2445, 203,75
    Hamad Al Mosalim, 1229, 204,83/Salem Al Marzooki, 1216, 202,67

    15. Saudi Arabia, 2412, 201,00
    Yousef Akbar, 1123, 187,17/Bader Al Shaikh, 1289, 214,83

    16. Chinese Taipei, 2378, 198,17
    Yi-Hsui Liu, 1207, 201,17/Che-Kai Wang, 1171, 195,17

    17. Australia, 2369, 197,42
    Michael Zentveld, 1133, 188,83/Matthew Kanafa, 1236, 206,00

    18. Saudi Arabia, 2350, 195,83
    Hassen Al Shaikh, 1222, 203,67/Naif Bakheet, 1128, 188,00

    19. Hong Kong, 2331, 194,25
    Eric Tseng Tak Hin, 1128, 188,00/Michael Tsang Pak Kei, 1203, 200,50

    20. New Zealand, 2316, 193,00
    Tim Gough, 1200, 200,00/Patrick Chan, 1116, 186,00

    21. Korea, 2315, 192,92
    Moon Jun-Oh, 1138, 189,67/Chong Seung-Wan, 1177, 196,17

    22. Macau, 2200, 183,33
    Lei Ka Hou, 1134, 189,00/Lei Hok Hin, 1066, 177,67

    23. New Zealand, 2102, 175,17
    Perry Chan, 1030, 171,67/Logan Turner, 1072, 178,67

    24. Macau, 2032, 169,33
    Kot Ka Hou, 1014, 169,00/Lio Hoi Seng, 1018, 169,67


    2006 Asian Youth Championship - Girls Short Oil Doubles

    Countires with position, six-game total and average
    Players with individual score and average

    1. Korea, 2732, 227,67
    Choi Jin-A, 1417, 236,17/Hwang Sun-Ok, 1315, 219,17

    2. Malaysia, 2654, 221,17
    Zandra Aziela, 1321, 220,17/Esther Cheah, 1333, 222,17

    3. Singapore, 2456, 204,67
    Amanda Ng Li Chuen, 1170, 195,00/Jazreel Tan Shi Hua, 1286, 214,33


    4. Korea, 2426, 202,17
    Gang Hye-Eun, 1239, 206,50/Lee Su-Jeong, 1187, 197,83

    5. Chinese Taipei, 2422, 201,83
    Ya-Ting Wang, 1206, 201,00/Ju-Fang Hsiao, 1216, 202,67

    6. Singapore, 2344, 195,33
    Ong She Na, 1120, 186,67/Cherie Tan Shi Hua, 1224, 204,00

    7. Chinese Taipei, 2305, 192,08
    Ting-Wen Wang, 1175, 195,83/Kuan-Ting Chen, 1130, 188,33

    8. Australia, 2301, 191,75
    Jayde Flanagan, 1169, 194,83/Clair Johnston, 1132, 188,67

    9. Japan, 2293, 191,08
    Nakano Maki, 1154, 192,33/Totsuka Rie, 1139, 189,83

    10. Japan, 2270, 189,17
    Ishizuka Kaori, 1063, 177,17/Suzuki Risa, 1207, 201,17

    11. Australia, 2227, 185,58
    Cassie Staudinger, 1106, 184,33/Toni Woodcock, 1121, 186,83

    12. Malaysia, 2207, 183,92
    Zatil Iman, 1031, 171,83/Siti Safiyah, 1176, 196,00

    13. China, 2196, 183,00
    Shi Ailin, 1088, 181,33/Zhou Wenshu, 1108, 184,67

    14. China, 2187, 182,25
    Fan Juanjuan, 1141, 190,17/Wu Suqin, 1046, 174,33

    15. New Zealand, 2161, 180,08
    Suzanne Howell, 1123, 187,17/Katie Liu, 1038, 173,00

    16. New Zealand, 2093, 174,42
    Ashlee Mccormick, 1082, 180,33/Amanda Peattie, 1011, 168,50