2005 Manila, PHI

2005 Southeast Asian Games

12/06/05

Philippines sweep Masters titles to end Southeast Asian Games

Bowling Alley: Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines

2005_SEAG_5715.jpg Markwin Tee and Liza Clutario of the host country Philippines ended the 23rd Southeast Asian Games at Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines, with victories in the men's and women's Masters. Clutario posted two big scores en route to defeat Jazreel Tan, Singapore, 460-372. Tee carried the momentum from his semifinal win into the title match as he topped No. 1 seed Remy Ong, Singapore, 437-366. Ryan Lalisang and Putty Armein, both of Indonesia, earned the bronze medals.

2005 Southeast Asian Games

12/05/05

Cecilia Yap and Daniel Lim lead top 16 into Masters finals

Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines

Daniel_Lim_5146.jpg Cecilia Yap.jpg Singles champion Cecilia Yap from the Philippines and Malaysia's Daniel Lim led the field of 37 men and 32 women, respectively, in the 23rd Southeast Asian Games after 24 games in All Events (no medal discipline). The top 16 men and top 16 women advanced to the Masters finals.

2005 Southeast Asian Games

12/05/05

Malaysia sweeps gold medals in Team events

Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines

2005_SEAG_5716.jpg Malaysia won the gold medals in both the men's and women's 5-player team event in the 23rd Southeast Asian Games at Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines. Both teams from the host country finished as first runner-up to earn the silver medals, while both teams from Singapore claimed the bronze medals.

2005 Southeast Asian Games

12/03/05

Third gold for Indonesia, first for Malaysia in Trios events

Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines

Indonesia won the third gold medal in the 23rd Southeast Asian Games as Doubles champions Happy Soediyono and Putty Armein teamed with Novie Phang to win the women's Trios title. Daniel Lim, Aaron Kong and Zulmazran Zulkifli captured the men's title and the first gold medal for Malaysia.

2005 Southeast Asian Games

12/01/05

Indonesia and Philippines win second gold in Doubles

Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines

Indonesia and the Philippines shared the gold medals after two events. CJ Suarez and Joonee Gatchalian from the host country followed in the footprints of women's Singles champion Cecilia Yap, while Happy Soediyono and Putty Armein captured Indonesia's second gold after Ryan Lalisang's victory in Men's Singles.

2005 Southeast Asian Games

11/30/05

Lalisang and Yap earn first gold medals in Southeast Asian Games

Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines

Ryan_Lalisang_4210.jpg Cecilia Yap.jpg Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia and local favorite Cecilia Yap started the bowling competition in the 23rd Southeast Asian Games at Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines, with victory in Singles. Lalisang posted the tournament-best 1425-series to win the men's title, while Yap's 1358 was the women's high score.

2005 Southeast Asian Games

11/28/05

23rd Southeast Asian Games - Schedule of Events

Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines

2005_SEAG_5715.jpg The 23rd Southeast Asian Games will be held at Pearl Bowling Center in Paranaque City, Philippines, from November 27 through December 5, 2005. 37 men and 32 women from Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the host country Philippines will compete for medals in Singles, Doubles, Trios, Team and Masters.

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