Women's Results

2009 BWC

11/19/09

Caroline Lagrange wins women's title in 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

Strikes out in the 10th frame to beat Zara Glover, two-games-to-one

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Top seeded Caroline Lagrange (l.) from Canada came back from a 1-0 deficit to defeat No. 3 seed Zara Giles, England, two-games-to-one to win the women's title in the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Melaka, Malaysia. Lagrange dropped the first game, 189-194, but rebounded with a 210-181 win to level the match. Needing a double and four to win the decisive game, Lagrange delivered three strikes to seal the victory, 218-211. Giles swept No. 2 seed Siti Safiyah Amirah, Malaysia, in the opening match.

2009 BWC

11/19/09

Caroline Lagrange wins all matches to earn the No. 1 seed for women's World Cup finals

Siti Safiyah Amirah meets Zara Giles in the opening match

2009BWCCarolineLagrange2_small.jpg2009BWCSitiSafiyahAmirah2_small.jpgCaroline Lagrange (l.), Canada, won all eight matches in round robin averaging 235.25 for the round en rote to earn the No. 1 seed for the women's stepladder finals of the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Lagrange finished the 40-game preliminaries with 9006 total including bonus (30 per win). In the opening match, Siti Safiyah Amirah (r., 8880), Malaysia, will face Zara Giles (8823), England, who fell from first to third. Canada has won the Bent Petersen Country award.


2009 BWC

11/19/09

Zara Giles leads top 8 into final day at QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

Korea's Baek upsets Russia's Tsarkova in the last game

2009BWCZaraGiles2_small.jpg2009BWCDianaZavjalova3_small.jpgEngland's Zara Giles (l.) continued to lead the women's division in the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup after the fourth 8-game block at Melaka International Bowling Center in Melaka, Malaysia. Giles rolled a 1751 series in the quarterfinal to lead the top 8 women into the semifinal on Thursday morning with 7026 pinfall total and an average of 219.56. Young Latvian Diana Zavjalova (r.) posted an outstanding 1889 series to leapfrog from 15th to 4th place. 

2009 BWC

11/18/09

Zara Giles leads top 24 into the quarterfinal of the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

Live streaming to start on Thursday morning at 12.30 p.m. local time

2009BWCZaraGiles3_small.jpg2009BWCUlianaGrosu_small.jpgZara Giles (l.), England, averaged 222.88 on the third day of qualifying in the women's QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Melaka, Malaysia, en route to finish atop the leaderboard for the third consecutive day and to lead the top 24 players into the quarterfinals with 5275 pinfall total and an average of 219.79 over 24 games. Uliana Grosu (r.), Moldova, hit the cutoff number for 24th place with 4743 or an average of 197.63.

2009 BWC

11/18/09

Zara Giles continues to lead the women's division after Block 2

Favorites move closer together after 16 of 24 games before the first cut

2009BWCZaraGiles3_small.jpg2009BWCCarolineLagrange2_small.jpgLong-time English national team member Zara Giles (l.) rolled a solid 1687 series on the second day of qualifying to continue to lead the women's division of the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup with 3492 pinfall total and an average of 218.25 for 16 games. Giles maintained a 21-pin lead over second placed Evgenia Tsarkova, Russia. Caroline Lagrange (r.), Canada, was the sole women, who cracked the 1800-bar on Tuesday en route to leap into third place. 

2009 BWC

11/16/09

Zara Giles sets the pace in the women's division at the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

Melaka International Bowling Center in Melaka, Malaysia (Nov. 13-20, 2009)

2009BWCZaraGiles2_small.jpgZara Giles (nee Glover, pictured left), England, set the pace in the first block of the women's qualifying in the 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup on Monday morning at Melaka International Bowling Center in Melaka, Malaysia. The multiple World and European champion felled 1805 pins over eight games, an average of 225.63. Evgenia Tsarkova, Russia, finisher her block with a huge 269, the highest game in the tournament thus far, to jump into second place with 1751 (218.88). The 66 women will return on Tuesday afternoon for the second qualifying block.

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