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.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.

    Singles bronze medalist Adrian Ang joined forces with Alex Liew for 2555 six-game total, an average of 212.92 en route to win the gold medal. Liew had the field-best 1304 individual total on the 45 ft long oil pattern, an average of 217.33, and Ang contributed 1251.

    Trailing the Malaysians by 65 pins to take the silver medal was Singles gold medalist Frederick Ong and past world champion Biboy Rivera, Philippines with 2490 (207.50).

    The other two Malaysian doubles battled it out for third and fourth place. Muhd Syafiq Ridhwan and Zulmazran Zulkifli beat out Muhd Nur Aiman and Aaron Kong fort the bronze medal, 2454 to 2420.

    30 women and 41 men from seven countries - Brunei (men only), Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam (men only) compete in the 26th SEA Games bowling competition for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Trios, Teams and Master match play.

    Results courtesy of Asian Bowling Federation.


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