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.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 games of 223, 234, 252, 206, 239 and 232 on the 35 ft short oil pattern to win the title in Men's Singles with 1386 pinfall total and an average of 231.

    His compatriot Posadas finished with 254 to beat out Malaysia's Adrian Ang for second place by six pins with 1365 (227.50). Ang, who finished with 255, took the bronze medal with 1359 (226.50).

    Indonesia's Ryan Lalisang had 266 in his last game but fell 18 pins short of the medals in fourth place with 1341. The high games came at the expense of Malaysia's Muhd Syafiq Ridhwan and Alex Liew, who were second and third heading into the last game, but had to settle for eighth and fifth place, respectively.

    The men's and women's bowling competition at the 26th SEA Games consists of Singles, Doubles, Trios, Teams and Master match play.

    Results courtesy of Asian Bowling Federation.


    26th SEA Games - Men's Singles (short oil)