Singaporean women roll back-to-back 1100 games to lead Asian Games Team event after Block 1

    09/29/14

    2014 Asian Games

    Korea is second and Chinese Taipei third after the first three games on long oil; second block on short oil will follow on Tuesday starting at 9 a.m.; Sin Li Jane (MAS) maintains 9-pin lead in All-Events after 21 of 24 games

    2014AsianGamesWomenTeamSingapore.jpgThe Singaporean women's national team finished the first three-game block on long oil with back-to-back 1100-games to surge in the lead in the Women's Team event at the 17th Asian Games.

    Sisters Cherie and Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen and Jazreel Tan (pictured left) started with a 908 game, then fired games of 1103 and 1133 to lead the field of 11 five-player teams with 3144 total and an average of 209.60.

    Ng and Cherie Tan led the team with 646 and 643, resp., and were followed by Jazreel Tan (629), New (622) and Daphne Tan (604).

    2014AsianGamesWomenTeamKorea.jpg2014AsianGamesWomenTeamChineseTaipei.jpgLee Na Young, Jeon Eun Hee, Jung Da Wun, Kim Jin Sun, Son Yun Hee (left) of the host country Korea, who have won gold and bronze in both Doubles and Trios, held the top spot after two games (1088, 1003) but had to settle for second place, 95 pins behind Singapore, with 3049 (203.27).

    Only the two powerhouses managed an average of more than 200. Chou Chia Chen, Chien Hsiu Lan, Pan Yu Fen, Tsai Hsin Yi and Wang Ya Ting of Chinese Taipei (above right) were 54 pins behind the Koreans with 2995 (199.67) including games of 1053, 1003 and 939.

    2014AsianGamesWomenTeamChina.jpg2014AsianGamesWomenTeamIndonesia.jpgChina's Sun Hongdou, Zhang Chunli, Li Ling, Zhang Yuhong and Yang Suling (left) slipped from third to fourth place in the last game with 2972 (198.13) including games of 987, 1034 and 951.

    Fifth place belonged to Tannya Roumimper, Novie Phang, Alisha Nabila Larasati, Sharon Limansantoso and Putty Armein (right), who used games of 918, 1024 and 989 for 2931 (195.40).

    2014AsianGamesLeeNaYoung.jpg2014AsianGamesSinLiJane.jpgSin Li Jane (left) of Malaysia (7th, 2830) had a 587 series today but maintained her lead in All-Events (combined scores in Singles, Doubles, Trios and Teams) heading into the last three-game block on Tuesday. Sin Li leads the 74 women from 14 countries with 4488 total and an average of 213.71.

    Lee Na Young (right) narrowed the gap to nine pins in second place with 4479. Cherie Tan (below right) overtook Son Yun Hee to leap into third place with 4435. Son is fourth with 4424. Jazreel Tan gained ground but remained in fifth place with 4380.

    All players will return Tuesday for the second block on short oil. Due to changes in the competition schedule, the women will bowl their three games first, starting at 9 a.m. local time. The men's teams will follow at 2.30 p.m.

    2014AsianGamesCherieTan.jpgThe six games of the Team event will also determine the medals in All-Events and the 16 men and 16 women but maximum two players per NOC, who will advance to the Masters finals on Wednesday and Thursday.

    Photos courtesy of Asian Bowling Federation (ABF).

    2014AsianGamesLogo.jpg The Asian Games, a.k.a. Asiad, is a Pancontinental multi-sport event held every four years among athletes from all over Asia. The XVII Asian Games run from September 19th to October 4th in Incheon, South Korea, featuring more than 9000 athletes from 25 countries, who will compete for medals in 36 sports.

    Bowling made its debut in 1978 (Bangkok, Thailand) and returned in 1986 (Seoul, Korea) and was part of the Games in each event since 1994 (Hiroshima, Japan). The Bowling competition of the Incheon Asian Games will be contested Sept. 23 - Oct. 2 at Anyang Hogye Gymnasium bowling center.

    176 players, 102 men and 74 women, from 19 countries - China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Japan, Kuwait, Macau, China, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen and the host country Korea - bowl for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Trios, five-player Teams, All-Events and Masters.

    The competition will be contested on a 36-feet short and a 46-feet long lane conditioning pattern. See also the Kegel Lane Map Report.

    The winners in Singles (long oil), Doubles (short oil), Trios (short/long) and Teams (long/short) will be determined by the highest six-game total. The player with the highest 24 game total of the four disciplines will become the All-Events champion.

    The top 16 women and top 16 men in All-Events, but maximum two per national Olympic Committee, advance to the Masters finals Oct. 1 & 2. Those 16 bowl two eight-game blocks of Round Robin match play - first block on short, second block on long oil - to determine the top 3 players for the stepladder finals, which will conclude the Asian Games bowling competition.

     


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