Asian Senior C'ships

Australia

11/21/13

Korea dominates Senior Masters at 12th Asian Seniors Tenpin Bowling Championship

Australia and Japan win Masters gold in men's and women's Grand Senior Division

2013AsSrCSeniorWomenMasters_small.jpg Korean bowlers dominated the Masters competition which concluded the 12th Asian Seniors Championship in Sydney, Australia. Ho Hui Jae averaged 234.81 for 16 games and received 110 pins bonus in round robin match play to capture the gold medal in Senior Men Masters while Lee Hwa Ja (pictured left, center) cruised to the women's title to sweep all five gold medal in the Senior Women division. John Sullivan, Australia, and Junko Kuji, Japan, won the Grand Senior titles.

Australia

11/19/13

Australian & Japanese men, Korean & Japanese women triumph in Teams events

Aussies Mick Talevski and Robert Zikman claim gold in men's Senior and Grand Senior All-Events; Lee Hwa Ja (KOR) and Junko Kuji (JPN) win the titles in women's Senior and Grand Senior All-Events

2013AsSrCLogo_small.jpg The Grand Senior men's and women's team from Japan as well as the senior men from Australia and the senior women from Korea earned the gold medals in the coveted four-player team events in the 12th Asian Seniors Tenpin Bowling Championship. Aussies Mick Talevski and Robert Zikman claimed gold in men's Senior and Grand Senior All-Events while Korea's Lee Hwa Ja and Junko Kuji of Japan won the titles in women's Senior and Grand Senior All-Events.

Australia

11/18/13

Australia, Japan, Korea lead at half-way mark of Teams Events at Asian Seniors Championship

With three more games in Teams to go on Tuesday, Australia's Mick Talevski, Robert Zikman and Lee Hwa Ja (KOR) and Junko Kuji (JPN) lead in men's and women's Senior/Grand Senior All-Events

2013AsSrCSeniorMenAustralia_small.jpgAustralia's team of four holds a commanding lead at the completion of Block 1 of the Senior Men's Teams event of the 12th Asian Seniors Bowling Championship currently underway at AMF Rooty Hill RSL Bowl in Sydney's west. Led by Victoria's Mick Talevski, who posted a 225.13 average this morning, Mario Cordedda, Bob Whybrow and Paul Terry tallied a three-game pinfall of 2725 or an average of 227.08. Going into tomorrow's final three games Talevski leads the division in All-Events.

Australia

11/17/13

Australia (2), Korea and Japan share the gold medals in Doubles at Asian Seniors Championship

2013AsSrCBobWhybrowPaulTerry_small.jpgAustralia (2), Korea and Japan shared the gold medals in Doubles on the second day of competition in the 12th Asian Seniors Tenpin Bowling Championship in Sydney, Australia. Men and women compete for medals in two age groups, Senior (50 & over) and Grand Senior (60 & over). Three Aussie Doubles pairs withstood the pressure of a determined Korean challenge to a clean sweep of the medals in Senior Men's Doubles. Bob Whybrow and Paul Terry (l-r) were victorious with a 2605 pinfall.

Australia

11/16/13

12th Asian Seniors Tenpin Bowling Championship gets underway with Singles competition

Japan, Philippines, Korea and Australia win the titles in women's and men's 50 & over and 60 & over divisions

2013AsSrCMickTalevski_small.jpg The 12th Asian Seniors Tenpin Bowling Championship got underway Saturday with the Singles competition at AMF Rooty Hill RSL Bowling Center in Sydney, Australia. Men and women from Guam, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Philippines and Australia competed for medals in two age categories - Seniors (50 & over) and Grand Seniors (60 & over). In a thrilling climax to the Senior Men's Singles, Australia's Mick Talevski (pictured) surged to victory with a perfect final game to score 1470, overtaking team-mate Steven Smith by eight pins.

Australia

11/13/13

Countdown to 12th Asian Seniors Tenpin Bowling Championship

2013AsSrCLogo_small.jpg Tenpin Bowling Australia is preparing to host an international bowling tournament attracting close to 200 players and officials at AMF's Rooty Hill RSL bowling center in Sydney's west. Teams of men and women aged 50 and over (Seniors division), and 60 and over (Grand Seniors) will compete in the 12th Asian Seniors Bowling Championship for gold, silver and bronze medals Singles, Doubles, Teams, All-Events and Masters.

2009 ASBC

11/17/09

Jang, Yanagawa, Harimoto, Kuji refuse to fall, win ASBC titles in Masters

Green Valley Country Club in Pasig City, Philippines

2009ASBCLogo_small.jpg Seon Myeon Jang from Korea (men senior) and Honami Yanagawa (women senior), Yusuke Harimoto (men grand senior) and Junko Kuji (women grand senior), all from Japan, who led the Masters finals of the 10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships after eight games refused to fall in the second block and cruised to the title. The 10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships drew 219 players from seven countries who bowled for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, four-player Team, All Events and Masters.

2009 ASBC

11/15/09

Jang, Yanagawa, Harimoto, Kuji lead in Masters finals after the first block

Green Valley Country Club in Pasig City, Philippines

2009ASBCLogo_small.jpg Seon Myeon Jang from Korea (men senior) and Honami Yanagawa (women senior), Yusuke Harimoto (men grand senior) and Junko Kuji (women grand senior), all from Japan, took the lead in the Masters finals of the 10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships at Green Valley Country Club in Pasig City, Philippines, after the first eight games of round robin match play. All 64 players - the top 16 in All Events in each division - will return tomorrow for the final seven games plus one game position round.

2009 ASBC

11/14/09

Hwang, Baker, Iwai, Koike strike gold in ASBC All Events

The top 16 players in each division advance to the Masters finals

2009ASBCLogo_small.jpg U Ki Hwang from Korea (men senior), Australia's Jeanette Baker (women senior) and Chikataka Iwai (men grand senior) and Kazumi Koike (women grand senior), both Japan, captured the title in All Events (combined totals from singles, doubles and team) in the 10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships at Green Valley Country Club in Pasig City, Philippines. The top 16 players from the All Events standings in each division advanced to the Masters finals starting from scratch. 

2009 ASSC

11/14/09

Overnight leaders cruise to the Team titles in 10th Asian Seniors Championships

Katsumi Kamishita rolls third 300 game of the Championships

2009ASBCSeniorMenTeam_small.jpg2009ASBCGrandSeniorWomenTeam_small.jpgOvernight leaders Korea (l.) and Australia in the Senior division and the Grand Seniors, men and women (r.), from Japan went on to win the gold medals in the four-player Team event of the 10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships. Hui Jae Ho, Yong Mok Son, Seon Myeon Jang and Soon Ha Choi posted 2818 in the second 3-game block to easily win the title n the men Senior division with 5564 pinfall total and to claim the first gold medal for Korea in the championships.

2009 ASBC

11/13/09

Korea, Australia, Japan lead as ASBC Team event reaches half way point

Seon Myeon Jang rolls second perfecto of the Championships

2009ASBCLogo_small.jpg Korea, Australia in the Senior division and the Grand Seniors, men and women, from Japan took the lead in the four-player Team event in the 10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships Friday at Green Valley Country Club in Pasig City, Philippines. All 53 teams will return on Saturday for the second and final 3-game block to determine the champions. The top 16 players from the All Events standings in each division will advance to the Masters finals. The 10th ASBC drew 219 players from seven countries

2009 ASBC

11/13/09

Australia, Japan share the gold medals in Doubles at 10th Asian Seniors Championships

Green Valley Country Club in Pasig City, Philippines

2009ASBCSeniorDoublesWomen_small.jpg2009ASBCGrandSeniorDoublesMen_small.jpgThe seniors from Australia and the grand seniors from Japan shared the gold medals in the Doubles event in the 10th Asian Seniors Championships. Frank Bell/Brenton Davy and Robyn Flynn/Jeanette Baker (l.), both Australia led the men's and women's senior doubles  while Japan's Yukio Kato/Setsuo Yoshida (r.) and Sayoko Hamamoto/Masako Takamoto swept the gold medals in the grand senior division (60 & over).

2009 ASBC

11/12/09

10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships kick off with Singles competition

Rob Zikman rolls the first 300 game of the championships

2009ASBCLogo_small.jpgThe 10th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships got underway at Green Valley Country Club in Pasig City, Philippines, with the Singles event. Men and women competed in separate divisions and were divided into two age groups, senior (50-59 years of age) and grand senior (60 and older). Ivena Heald of New Zealand and Barb Richmond won the titles in the women's division while Tomokazu Maeda and Chikataka Iwai captured both gold medals in the men's division for Japan.

Japan

11/26/07

Clean sweep in Masters for Japan in 9th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships

Circuit Bowl in Suzuka, Japan (Nov. 7-15, 2007)

2007AsSBCLogo_small.jpg Japanese bowlers Yasuo Nishida (Men Senior), Junko Kuji (Women Senior), Toshihiro Takahashi (Men Grand Senior) and Yuriko Suzuki (Women Grand Senior) earned the gold medals 15-18 in the 9th Asian Seniors Bowling Championships when they swept the Masters titles at Circuit Bowl in Suzuka, Japan. 222 players - 134 men and 88 women from seven countries - Australia, Chinese Taipei, Guam, Japan, Korea, New Zealand and the Philippines - competed for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, 4-Player Team, All Events and Masters.

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