Girls Results

Germany

07/30/06

Sharon Koh mows down the field to win the Girls Masters title

Bowlingcenter Schillerpark in Berlin, Germany (July 21-30, 2006)

2006WYCGirlsMastersTop4_small.jpg No. 16 seed Sharon Koh (second from left) of Malaysia mowed down the field in the Girls Masters finals en route to win the prestigious title at the 9th World Youth Championships. In the championship match against Therese Forsell (left) from Sweden, Koh won the deciding fifth game in style when she fired the highest game of the day to seal the victory with 265-196.

Germany

07/28/06

Dutch Girls cruise to victory in Team event at World Youth Championships

Bowlingcenter Schillerpark in Berlin, Germany (July 21-30, 2006)

2006WYCGirlsTeamNetherlands2_small.jpg Danielle van der Meer, Wendy Kok, Wendy van der List and Ghislane van der Tol from the Netherlands cruised to victory in the Girls Team event at the 9th World Youth Championships in Germany. Overnight leaderCanada earned silver and Malaysia stormed to bronze. Esther Cheah earned the gold medal in All Events with  Caroline Lagrange, Canada second and Danielle van der Meer, Netherlands third.

Germany

07/26/06

Cheah/Aziela wait till the last moment to win Girl's Doubles

Bowlingcenter Schillerpark in Berlin, Germany (July 21-30, 2006)

2006WYCGirlsEsterCheahZandraAziela_small.jpg Esther Cheah teamed with Zandra Aziela to win the gold medal in the Girls Doubles at the 9th World Youth Championships in Berlin, Germany. The Malaysians finished with a 503-game to capture the title with 2463 pinfall total and an average of 205,25 Valerie Teo and Cherie Tan of Singapore were mere five pins behind to earn the silver medal with 2458. Squad 1 leaders Tina Hulsch and Janine Gabel, Germany, received bronze with 2426.

Germany

07/24/06

Singapore starts World Youth Championships with gold and silver in Girl's Singles

9th World Youth Championships 2006 - Girls Singles

2006WYCGirlsSingles_small.jpg Needing a 171-score in the final game, Valerie Teo of Singapore rolled a 173-game to overtake her team mate Cherie Tan and win the gold medal in the Girl's Singles. Valerie totaled 1193 pins over six games, with Cherie in second place at 1190. Stefanie Nation, United States, earned the bronze medal with 1181.



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