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Nadia Pramanik, Ammar Tarrad emerge as ABF Tour Hong Kong champions

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Nadia Pramanik of Indonesia and Ammar Tarrad of Saudi Arabia emerged as women’s and men’s champion at the 2017 Asian Bowling Federation (ABF) Tour Hong Kong leg Sunday at the South China Athletic Association Bowling Center.

It was the second win on the ABF Tour for Pramanik after winning the 2015 leg in Indonesia and the first for Tarrad, who made his debut on the tour in Hong Kong. It was also the second win for the Saudi within two days after he captured his first career international title in the 43rd Hong Kong International Open Saturday.

Pictured above from left to right: Women’s champion Nadia Pramanik, Ms Vivien Lau, ABF Tour Committee Chairman and Secretary General of World Bowling, and men’s champion Ammar Tarrad.

16 men and 16 women who qualified through the Hong Kong International Open determined the champions in single-elimination match-play bracket. All matches were one game. For the second consecutive season, the ABF Tour is using the World Bowling Scoring System.

In an all-Indonesian affair, Pramanik (left) denied Putty Armein‘s bid for her second ABF Tour title this season, 243-211, to win the women’s title and to give Indonesia it’s second title in Hong Kong after Sharon Limansantoso‘s victory in the 43rd Hong Kong International Open.

On their way to the title match, Pramanik defeated another compatriot, Alisha Nabila, 234-208, while Armein (right) flew past 2013 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg winner, Milki Ng of Hong Kong, 265-212.

The Indonesian bowlers took control of the leaderboard in the women’s ranking with Armein in first place with 135 points, Pramanik in second place with 107 and Nabila in third with 78.

Bowling in his first ABF Tour event, Tarrad (left) edged local favorite Wu Siu Hong in the men’s title match by just one pin, 202-201, to seal the victory.

Trailing Tarrad by 11 pins, both players struck in the ninth frame but when Siu Hong failed to strike in the 10th frame the match seemed to be over. Tarrad, however showed some nerves and toppled just seven pins on his first shot. He needed two pins to secure the victory and that was exactly what he got.

In the semifinal matches, Tarrad eliminated fellow Arab bowler Aseel Alroomi, Kuwait, 232-198, and Siu Hong (right) edged Annop Arromsaranon of Thailand, 236-232.

With his third place finish in Hong Kong, Arromsaranon overtook Michael Mak of Hong Kong in the men’s ranking by 13.5 points, 123 to 109.5.

The 2017 Asian Bowling Federation Tour features five legs in East Asia (the China leg is still not confirmed) and the H.H. Emir Cup in Doha Qatar, which counted as an ABFT Ranking Tournament for the men.

The last stop of the ABF Tour will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia, on October 16 following the 15th Indonesia International Open Oct. 9-15 at Jaya Ancol Bowling Center.

For further information on the ABF Tour, click here. Photos courtesy of abftour.com.

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2017 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Men’s Division

SCAA Bowling Center in Hong Kong, China (July 16, 2017)

Championship:
Ammar Tarrad, Saudi Arabia, def. Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, 202-201

Semifinal:
Ammar Tarrad, Saudi Arabia, def. Aseel Alroomi, Kuwait, 232-198
Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, def. Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, 236-232

Quarterfinal:
Ammar Tarrad, Saudi Arabia, def. Lee Gyo Hwan, Korea, 257-235
Aseel Alroomi, Kuwait, def. Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 247-212
Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, def. Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 266-190
Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, def. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 252-232

Round of 16:
Ammar Tarrad, Saudi Arabia, def. Ernest Kwok, Hong Kong, 203-200
Lee Gyo Hwan, Korea, def. Tsai Ying-Hao, Chinese Taipei, 257-226
Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, def. Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 218-196
Aseel Alroomi, Kuwait, def. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 287-244
Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, def. Dhruv Sarda, India, 49-38 in the second roll-off
after a 60-60 tie in the first roll-off and a 223-223 tie in the regular match
Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, def. Mohammed Al-Saud, Saudi Arabia, 246-244
Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, def. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 244-185
Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, def. Tony Wong, Hong Kong, 243-223

2017 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Men’s Final Standings

Players with position, country and ranking points; positions 1-4 show prize money

1. Ammar Tarrad, Saudi Arabia, $500, 75
2. Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, $300, 60
3. Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, $150, 46
4. Aseel Alroomi, Kuwait, $150, 45
5. Lee Gyo Hwan, Korea, 33
6. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 32
7. Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 31
8. Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 30
9. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 19.5
(tie) Mohammed Alsaud, Saudi Arabia, 19.5
11. Dhruv Sarda, India, 17.5
(tie) Tony Wong, Hong Kong, 17.5
13. Tsai Ying Hao, Chinese Taipei, 16
14. Ernest Kwok, Hong Kong, 15
15. Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 14
16. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 13

2017 ABF Tour Men’s Ranking – Standings after 5/6 events

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

1. Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, 123
2. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 109.5
3. Adrian Ang, Malaysia, 90
4. Ammar Tarrad, Saudi Arabia, 75
(tie) Jassim Al-Muraikhi, Qatar, 75
6. Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, 74
7. Atchariya Cheng, Thailand, 70
8. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 64
9. Ahmed Muaz, Malaysia, 60
(tie) Baek Jong Yun, Korea, 60
(tie) Jay Leon Guerrero, Guam, 60
12. Dhruv Sarda, India, 50.5
13. Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 50
14. Alex Liew, Malaysia, 46
(tie) Sarasak Manuwong, Thailand, 46
(tie) Aseel Alroomi, Kuwait, 45
17. Lee Tak Man, Macau, 45
18. Mostafa Al-Mousawai, Kuwait, 45
19. Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 45
20. Zulmazran Zulkifli, Malaysia, 44
21. Hsieh Chin-Liang, Chinese Taipei, 40
22. Tsai Ying Hao, Chinese Taipei, 39
23. Ghanim M Aboujassoum, Qatar, 33
(tie) Lee Gyo Hwan, Korea, 33
(tie) Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, 33
(tie) Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 33
27. Fahad Al-Emadi, Qatar, 32
(tie) Wu Hao-Ming, Chinese Taipei, 32
29. Joshua Chow, Hong Kong, 31.5
(tie) Tomoyuki Sasaki, Japan, 31.5
31. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 31
32. Muhd Nur Aiman, Malaysia, 31
33. Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 30
(tie) Lei Hok Hin, Macau, 30
(tie) Lin Pai-Feng, Chinese Taipei, 30
(tie) Yaqoub Al-Shatti, Kuwait, 30
37. Tony Wong, Hong Kong, 28.5
38. Tsai Chih-Yuen, Chinese Taipei, 22
39. Wu Cheng-Hsun, Chinese Taipei, 21
40. Oku Keita, Singapore, 20
(tie) Yousef Al-Jabir, Qatar, 20
42. Mohammed Alsaud, Saudi Arabia, 19.5
43. Lee Jae Jung, Korea, 19
(tie) Mansour Al-Hajri, Qatar, 19
45. Mohamed Jamal, Qatar, 18
46. Salem Al-Marzouqi, Qatar, 17
(tie) Syafiq Ridhwan, Malaysia, 17
(tie) Zoe Dias Ma, Macau, 17
49. Hamad Al-Zoqari, Qatar, 16
(tie) Hwang Sung Hyun, Korea, 16
(tie) Timmy Tan, Malaysia, 16
52. Chen Lin-Yi, Chinese Taipei, 15
(tie) Ernest Kwok, Hong Kong, 15
54. Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 14
(tie) Hsu Chun-Hsiang, Chinese Taipei, 14
(tie) Sitiphol Kunaksorn, Thailand, 14
57. Han Jae Hyeon, Korea, 13
(tie) Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 13
59. Lin Shih-Sheng, Chinese Taipei, 12.5
(tie) Xu Zhe-Jia, Chinese Taipei, 12.5
61. Chen Chien-Ju, Chinese Taipei, 10
62. Tsai Ting-Yun, Chinese Taipei, 9
63. Lin You-Yu, Chinese Taipei, 8

2017 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Women’s Division

SCAA Bowling Center in Hong Kong, China (July 16, 2017)

Championship:
Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. Putty Armein, Indonesia, 243-211

Semifinal:
Putty Armein, Indonesia, def. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 265-212
Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. Alisha Nabila, Indonesia, 234-208

Quarterfinal:
Milki Ng, Hong Kong, def. Novie Phang, Indonesia, 233-209
Putty Armein, Indonesia, def. Dayang Khairuniza, Malaysia, 225-214
Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. Wang Ya-Ting, Chinese Taipei, 232-197
Alisha Nabila, Indonesia, def. Wang Ting-Wen, Chinese Taipei, 236214

Round of 16:
Milki Ng, Hong Kong, def. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 213-208
Novie Phang, Indonesia, def. Angela Boswell, New Zealand, 217-204
Dayang Khairuniza, Malaysia, def. Huang Chiung-Yao, Chinese Taipei, 232-230
Putty Armein, Indonesia, def. Su Shu-Wen, Chinese Taipei, 206-202
Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. Angkana Netrvseth, Thailand, 245-224
Wang Ya-Ting, Chinese Taipei, def. Adilla Indryati, Indonesia, 219-208
Wang Ting-Wen, Chinese Taipei, def. Veronica De Souza, Macau, 219-187
Alisha Nabila, Indonesia, def. Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 232-191

2017 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg – Women’s Final Standings

Players with position, country and ranking points; positions 1-4 show prize money

1. Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, $500, 75
2. Putty Armein, Indonesia, $300, 60
3. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, $150, 46
4. Alisha Nabila Larasati, Indonesia, $150, 45
5. Wang Ting-Wen, Chinese Taipei, 32.5
(tie) Dayang Khairuniza, Malaysia, 32.5
7. Novie Phang, Indonesia, 31
8. Wang Ya Ting, Chinese Taipei, 30
9. Huang Chiung Yao, Chinese Taipei, 20
10. Angkana Netrviseth, Thailand, 19
11. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 17.5
(tie) Aldila Indryati, Indonesia, 17.5
13. Angela Boswell, New Zealand, 16
14. Su Shu Wen, Chinese Taipei, 15
15. Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 14
16. Veronica Dias De Souza, Macau, 13

2016 ABF Tour Women’s Ranking – Standings after 4/5 events

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

1. Putty Armein, Indonesia, 135
2. Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, 107
3. Alisha Nabila Larasati, Indonesia, 78
4. Bianca Tofilau, New Zealand, 75
(tie) Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 75
(tie) Sharon Koh, Malaysia, 75
(tie) Sin Li Jane, Malaysia, 75
8. Wang Ting-Wen, Chinese Taipei, 65.5
9. Novie Phang, Indonesia, 63
10. Chang Yu-Hsuan, Chinese Taipei, 60
(tie) Lee Young Seung, Korea, 60
12. Huang Chiung-Yao, Chinese Taipei, 52
13. Wang Ya Ting, Chinese Taipei, 50
14. Filomena Choi, Macau, 46
(tie) Pan Yu-Fen, Chinese Taipei, 46
(tie) Siti Safiyah Amirah, Malaysia, 46
17. Nora Lyana Nastasia, Malaysia, 45
18. Nur Syazwani Sahar, Malaysia, 45
19. Veronica Dias De Souza, Macau, 43
20. Angkana Netrviseth, Thailand, 37
21. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 34
(tie) Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 34
23. Jung Ha Eun, Korea, 33
24. Dayang Khairuniza, Malaysia, 32.5
25. Chen Yin-Chen, Chinese Taipei, 31
(tie) Joey Yip, Hong Kong, 31
(tie) Tanaprang Sathean, Thailand, 31
28. Lin Shi-Han, Chinese Taipei, 30
(tie) Shalin Zulkifli, Malaysia, 30
30. Su Shu Wen, Chinese Taipei, 29
31. Aldila Indryati, Indonesia, 20
(tie) Julia Lam, Macau, 20
33. Chou Chia-Chen, Chinese Taipei, 19
(tie) Kim Mi Ae, Korea, 19
(tie) Syaidatul Afifah, Malaysia, 19
36. Kritsanakorn Sangaroon, Thailand, 18
(tie) Un Im Cheng, Macau, 18
38. Victoria Chin, Malaysia, 16.5
39. Angela Boswell, New Zealand, 16
(tie) Chi Yun-Fan, Chinese Taipei, 16
41. Chang Ying-Chi, Chinese Taipei, 15
(tie) Yanee Saebae, Thailand, 15
43. Esther Cheah, Malaysia, 14
(tie) Joan Cheng, Hong Kong, 14
45. Jang Ryeon Gyeong, Korea, 13
(tie) Natthida Sertluecha, Thailand, 13
(tie) Wang Yu-Huei, Chinese Taipei, 13

Author: Herbert Bickel
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