SEA Games

2015 SEA Games

06/14/15

Yannaphon Larp-apharat, Jazreel Tan conclude 28th SEA Games with victory in Masters

Muhd Rafiq Ismail (MAS) and Daphne Tan earn the silver medal; Adrian Ang (MAS) and sixth-place Tannya Roumimper (INA; by SEA Games rule) get bronze

2015SEAGYannaphonLarpapharat4_small.jpg2015SEAGJazreelTan4_small.jpgYannaphon Larp-apharat (l.) of Thailand and Singapore's Jazreel Tan (r.) captured the gold medals in the men's and women's Masters finals in the 28th Southeast Asian Games which concluded the bowling competition of the Games Sunday afternoon at Orchid Bowl in Singapore. In the title match, Larp-apharat defeated No. 1 seed Muhd Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 414-381, while Jazreel flew past compatriot Daphne Tan, 516-353.

2015 SEA Games

06/13/15

Jazreel Tan, Muhd Rafiq Ismail set the pace in SEA Games Masters after first block

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2015SEAGMastersMenBlock1Top3_small.jpgThree-time Southeast Asian Games gold medalist Muhd Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and three-time runner-up Jazreel Tan from the host country Singapore paced the men's and women's Masters competition of the 28th edition of the SEA Games after the first block on medium oil Saturday at Orchid Bowl. The top 3 after 16 games will advance to the stepladder finals.

2015 SEA Games

06/12/15

Malaysia sweeps the titles in men's and women's Team event at 28th SEA Games

Malaysia earns gold medals No. 4 and 5 to take the lead in the medal tally; Ryan Lalisang (INA), Jazreel Tan (SIN) finish atop the All-Events standings to lead the top 16 men and women into the Masters

2015SEAGTeamMalaysia_small.jpgThe Malaysian men and women (pictured) swept the Team titles Friday at Orchid Bowl in Singapore to earn gold medals No. 4 and 5 en route to take the lead in the overall medal tally at the 28th Southeast Asian Games bowling competition. The men toppled 6238 pins, an average of 207.93, to beat out Indonesia for the gold medal by 172 pins. The women chalked up 6067 (202.23) to lead reigning Asian Games Team champion Singapore after six games by 55 pins.

2015 SEA Games

06/11/15

Singapore, Malaysia win their third gold medal at 28th SEA Games in Trios event

Singapore's Shayna Ng and Indonesia's Ryan Lalisang lead in All-Events which serves as qualifier for the Masters

2015SEAGCherieTanShaynaNgBerniceLim_small.jpg2015SEAGTimmyTanAhmadMuazMuhdRafiqIsmail_small.jpg For the third event in the row, Singapore and Malaysia shared the gold medals at the 28th Southeast Asian Games bowling competition. Singapore's Cherie TanShayna Ng and Bernice Lim (l.) averaged 220.17 to win the women's Trios title, while Timmy Tan, Ahmad Muaz and Muhd Rafiq Ismail (r.) of Malaysia captured the men's gold averaging 205.61.

2015 SEA Games

06/10/15

Malaysia, Singapore win second gold medal in Doubles at 28th SEA Games

Bowling on the medium lane conditioning pattern, Sin Li Jane, Esther Cheah cruise to the women's title with brothers Howard and Keith Saw taking the men's title

2015SEAGKeithSawHowardSaw_small.jpg2015SEAGEstherCheahSinLiJane_small.jpgAfter sharing the gold medals in Singles at the 28th SEA Games, the host country Singapore and its neighboring country Malaysia also shared the gold medals in Doubles Tuesday at Orchid Bowl. Malaysia's Sin Li Jane and Esther Cheah (l.) led the women's field with 2651, while brothers Howard and Keith Saw of Singapore (r.) paced the men with 2653.

2015 SEA Games

06/09/15

Muhd Rafiq Ismail (MAS), Daphne Tan (SIN) start 28th SEA Games with victory in Singles

Malaysian beats out Annop Arromsaranon (THA) for the gold medal by three pins; Singaporean women finish 1, 2 and 3, but the bronze medal goes to Malaysia due to SEA Games rule

2015SEAGMuhdRafiqIsmail_small.jpg2015SEAGDaphneTan_small.jpgMuhammad Rafiq Ismail (l.) of Malaysia and Singapore's Daphne Tan (r.) started the bowling competition of the 28th Southeast Asian Games with victory in Singles Tuesday at Orchid Bowl @ Orchid Country Club in Singapore. Tan rolled the field-best 1368 series (228 average) in the women's division while Tan had 1308 (218) to pace the men's field.

Indonesia

11/21/11

Cherie Tan, Adrian Ang are Bowling's Southeast Asian Games Masters champions

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Cherie Tan from Singapore and Malaysia's Adrian Ang captured the coveted Masters titles on the final day of the bowling competition of the 26th Southeast Asian Games Sunday in Jakarta, Indonesia. In the women's final, top seeded Tan flew past Sharon Koh, Malaysia, 497-372, to claim her third gold medal of the Games. Ang, seeded second, defeated top seeded Frederick Ong, Philippines, in the men's final, 431-390, for his fourth gold medal.

Indonesia

11/20/11

Frederick Ong, Zandra Aziela lead SEA Games Masters competition at halfway point

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Frederick Ong of the Philippines and Malaysia's Zandra Aziela led the men's and women's Masters competition of the 26th Southeast Asian Games after the first eight match play games on the long oil pattern. Saturday. Ong won all but the eighth game averaging 222.38 for the round. He added 70 pins bonus to his 1779 pinfall to lead the men's field with 1849 total. Aziela topped the women's Masters with 1772 pinfall total including a 5-3 match play record.

Indonesia

11/19/11

Singaporean women, Malaysian men win Team gold at Southeast Asian Games

Top 16 men and women in All Events advance to Masters finals

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg The Singaporean women and the Malaysian men cruised to the gold medal in the five-player Team event of the 24th Southeast Asian Games Friday at Jaya Ancol Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia. Indonesia took silver in the women's division with Malaysia in third. Silver and bronze in the men's division went to the Philippines and Indonesia, respectively. The top 16 men and women in All Events advanced to the Mastesr finals on Saturday and Sunday.

Indonesia

11/17/11

Thai women, Malaysian men win Trios titles at 26th Southeast Asian Games

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Yanee Saebe, Tanaprang Sathean and Angkana Netvriseth of Thailand and Malaysia's Adrian Ang, Zulmazran Zulkifli and Alex Liew earned the gold medals in the women's and men's Trios event at the 26th Southeast Asian Games Thursday at Jaya Ancol Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Singaporean women took silver and bronze, while Malaysia  won another silver medal in the men's division with the Phillipines in third.

Indonesia

11/17/11

Malaysian men follow women; also earn gold and bronze in SEA Games Doubles

Philippines take the silver medal at Jakarta's Jaya Ancol Bowl

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg The Malaysian men followed in the footprints of their women's national team members as the men also claimed the gold and the bronze medal in Doubles Wednesday at Jaya Ancol Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia. Adrian Ang joined forces with Alex Liew to win the gold medal with 2555 six-game total. Trailing the Malaysians by 65 pins to take the silver medal were Frederick Ong and Biboy Rivera, Philippines, with 2490.

Indonesia

11/16/11

Malaysian women earn gold and bronze in Doubles at 26th SEA Games

Singapore captures the silver medal

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Zandra Aziela and Jacqueline Sijore of Malaysia teamed to win the Women's Doubles in the 26th South East Asian Games Wednesday in Jakarta, Indonesia. The duo totaled 2463 pins on the long oil pattern. Singles champion Cherie Tan and team mate Daphne Tan missed the second gold medal for Singapore by seven pins finishing second with 2456. Bronze went to Malaysia's Sharon Koh and Dayang Khairuniza with 2413.

Indonesia

11/16/11

Cherie Tan claims gold in Women's Singles at 26th SEA Games bowling competition

Singaporean women dominate the event, finishing 1st and in 3rd through 6th place

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Cherie Tan claimed the first gold medal for Singapore in the bowling competition of the 26th South East Asian Games as she won the title in Women's Singles Tuesday at Jaya Ancol Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Singaporean national squad dominated the event as four of Tan's team mates, Jazreel Tan, Jasmine Yeong-Nathan, Shayna Ng and New Hui Fen finished in third through sixth place. Sin Li Jane, Malaysia, took the silver medal.

Indonesia

11/15/11

Frederick Ong starts 26th SEA Games bowling competition with victory in Men's Singles

Jaya Ancol Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Nov. 12-20, 2011)

2011SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Frederick Ong and Jeremy Posadas won a gold and a silver medal for the Philippines in the opening event of the 26th South East Asian Games bowling competition Tuesday at Jaya Ancol Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia. Ong had 1386 pinfall total and an average of 231 on the 35 ft short oil pattern to win the title in Men's Singles. His compatriot Posadas finished with 254 to beat out Malaysia's Adrian Ang for second place by six pins, 1365 to 1359.

Thailand

12/15/07

Zulkiflis end 24th Southeast Asian Games bowling competition with victory in Mixed Doubles

SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand (Dec. 6-14, 2007)

2007SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Shalin Zulkifli and Zulmazran Zulkifli (no relation) from Malaysia won the gold medal in Mixed Doubles at SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand, the final bowling event of the 24th Southeast Asian Games. Biboy Rivera and Liza Del Rosario, Philippines, earned the silver medal while Yannaphon Larp-aparat and Angkana Netrviseth from the host country Thailand received the bronze medal.

Thailand

12/14/07

Ong, Limansantoso come from behind to win the Masters titles at 24th Southeast Asian Games

SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand (Dec. 6-14, 2007)

2007SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg In the men's title match between two Asian Games champions, Remy Ong from Singapore, the No. 2 seed, defeated top-seeded Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia over two games total pinfall by just one pin, 441-440, to win the coveted Masters title in the 24th Southeast Asian Games at SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, seeded third, ousted her team mate Tannya Roumimper in the opening match, 206-190, and then flew past Esther Cheah, Malaysia, 427-365, to earn the women's title.

Thailand

12/12/07

Ong, Koh take the lead at half time in SEA Games Masters competition

SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand (Dec. 6-14, 2007)

2007BWCRemyOng_small.jpg Two world champions lead the men's and women's Masters after the first 8-game block on the long oil pattern in the 24th Southeast Asian Games at SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand. Remy Ong (l.), Singapore, who won the gold medals in Singles and All Events at the 2006 Men's World Championships in Busan, Korea, averaged 219.88 and won six of his eight matches to lead the men's division with 1819 pinfall total including 10 pins bonus per win. Sharon Koh, the reigning World Youth Championships Masters champion, leads the women's field with 1696 and a 204.50 average. 

Thailand

12/12/07

Thailand (men) and Malaysia (women) win Team gold in SEA Games

SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand (Dec. 6-14, 2007)

2007SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Badin Lertpiriyasakulkit, Phoemphun Yakasem, Surasak Manuwong, Somjed Kusonpithak and Yannaphon Larp-apharat from the host country of Thailand delighted the fans at SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok when they claimed the gold medal in the men's Team event at the 24th Southeast Asian Games. While the Malaysian men still haven't won a gold medal, the women's team earned the third title after winning the doubles and trios event. The top 16 men and the top 16 women in All Events qualified for the Masters.

Thailand

12/10/07

Singapore and Malaysia save the best for last to win gold in SEA Games Trios event

SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand (Dec. 6-14, 2007)

2007SEAGamesLogo_small.jpg Singles champion Shaun Ng Qenn, Jason Yeong-Nathan and Remy Ong, Singapore finished their six-game series in the men's Trios event at the 24th Southeast Asian Games with their sole 600-game to beat out Indonesia for the gold medal by one pin. The Singaporeans totaled 3490 pins for six games (games 1-3 on long, games 4-6 on short oil), and averaged 193.89. In the women's division, Malaysia's Doubles champions Esther Cheah and Zatil Iman, who teamed with Shalin Zulkifli, posted a huge 673 series in the final game to earn the title.

Thailand

12/10/07

Thailand and Malaysia share the medals in SEA Games Doubles event

Technical Delegate Santos responds to the comments in Malaysian Newspapers

2007SEAGMenDoublesThailand2_small.jpg Thailand and Malaysia dominated the Doubles competition in the 24th Southeast Asian Games at SF Strike Bowl Ramkhamhaeng in Bangkok, Thailand. In the men's division, Phoemphun Yakasem (1302) and Annop Aromsaranon (1219), pictured, combined for 2521 pinfall total and an average of 210.08 to win the gold medal. The women's title went to Esther Cheah and Zatil Iman, who totaled 2438 pins, an average of 203.17.  Dr. Danny Santos, Philippines, the Technical Delegate for the 24th SEA Games Bowling Competition, gave us a statement in regard to practice procedures in the SEA Games. 

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