Ryan Lalisang, Nadia Pramanik sweep ABF Tour Indonesia titles on home turf

    10/29/15

    2015 ABF Tour #8

    Lalisang becomes the first multiple champion of the 2015 Asian Bowling Federation Tour season; Pramanik wins her second title within two days

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    Indonesia's Ryan Lalisang and Nadia Pramanik swept the men's and women's titles in the 2015 Asian Bowling Federation Tour Indonesia leg Monday on their home turf at Jaya Ancol bowling center in Jakarta, Indonesia.

    It was the second title for Pramanik within two days after winning the women's open masters in the 13th Indonesia International Open on Sunday. Lalisang, who won the Kuwait leg in March, became the first multiple champion this season. Lalisang and Pramanik earned 1,000 and 500 U.S. Dollar, respectively.

    The top 16 men and the top 8 women from the Indonesia Open advanced to the ABFT Indonesia leg, the eighth stop of the 2015 ABF Tour. Men and women decided their champions in singles-elimination one-game match play.

    2015ABFT08RyanLalisang.jpgIn the men's title match, Lalisang (left) defeated Thailand leg winner Lee Tak Man of Macau, 225-213, to capture his second title.

    Finishing first, Lee had a chance to shut out Lalisang, but failed to strike on his first shot in the 10th frame. Needing strike-9 to win by one pin, Lalisang delivered three strikes to seal the victory.

    The women's title match was an all-Indonesian affair featuring defending champion Sharon Limansantoso and Pramanik, who lost the 2014 finale, 202-163.

    2015ABFT08NadiaPramanik.jpgBoth players opened twice in the first six frames, when Pramanik (right), who led by 10 pins due a double in frames 4 and 5, put the match away with three consecutive strikes in frames 7-9 for a 202-183 victory.

    The Indonesia leg was the fourth and final event for the women in 2015. Macau leg champion Veronica De Souza led the women's point ranking with 135 points with Tannya Roumimper of Indonesia (110) and Hong Kong leg winner, Wendy Chai (108) of Malaysia in second and third place, respectively.

    The top 16 women in the ranking qualified for the Tournament of Champions which will be held in in Kuwait in March, 2016. Zoe Tam of Hong Kong took the 16th and last place to advance to the TOC with 48 points.

    The final leg of the 2015 ABF Tour for the men will be held at Universal Bowling Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Dec. 8, immediately following the 9th Kingdom International Open Dec. 3-7, which serves as the qualifying event.

    Michael Mak of Hong Kong remained atop the men's point ranking after eight events with 203 points and maintained a slim six-point lead over Macau's Lee Tak Man, who is second with 197.

    Aseel Al Roomi of Kuwait, Qatar leg champion Ghanim Aboujassoum of Qatar ad Joshua Chow of Hong Kong sit in a three-way tie for 15th place with a 75 points.

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    The 2015 Asian Bowling Federation (ABF) Tour consists of 10 legs, six in the Near East (Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Egypt, UAE and Saudi Arabia) with a men's division only and four in East and South East Asia (Thailand, Hong Kong, Macau and Indonesia) featuring men and women in separate divisions.

    Players earn ranking points based on how they finish in each event. The top 16 men and the top 16 women at the end of the 2015 season will qualify for the ABF Tour Tournament of Champions scheduled for March 13-14, 2016 in Kuwait.

    Photos courtesy of www.abftour.com.

     


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    2015 ABF Tour Indonesia leg - Men's Division


    Jaya Ancol bowling center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Oct. 26, 2015)

    Championship:
    #7 Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, def. #4 Lee Tak Man, Macau, 225-213

    Semifinal:
    #4 Lee Tak Man, Macau, def. #1 Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 39-38, in rolloff after a 226-226 tie
    #7 Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, def. #3 Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 216-175

    Quarterfinal:
    #1 Michael Mak, Hong Kong, def. #8 Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 231-213
    #4 Lee Tak Man, Macau, def. #5 Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 215-204
    #3 Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, def. #11 Syaffique Ikhwan, Malaysia, 257-248
    #7 Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, def. #15 Isaac Russell, Malaysia, 247-202

    Round of 16:
    #1 Michael Mak, Hong Kong, def. #16 Fachri Askar, Indonesia, 225-174
    #8 Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, def. #9 Hareb Al-Mansoori, United Arab Emirates, 246-234
    #5 Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, def. #12 Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 267-197
    #4 Lee Tak Man, Macau, def. #13 Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 238-166
    #3 Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, def. #14 Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 210-208
    #11 Syaffique Ikhwan, Malaysia, def. #6 Oscar, Indonesia, 246-226
    #7 Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, def. #10 Sitiphol Kunaksorn, Thailand, 211-141
    #15 Isaac Russell, Malaysia, def. #2 Yeri Ramadona, Indonesia, 220-202

     


    2015 ABF Tour Indonesia leg - Men's Final Standings


    Players with position, country and ranking points

    1. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 18
    2. Lee Tak Man, Macau, 30
    3. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 20
    4. Hengki Susanto, Indonesia, 33
    5. Syaffique Ikhwan, Malaysia, 16
    6. Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 14
    7. Billy M. Islam, Indonesia, 75
    8. Isaac Russell, Malaysia, 32
    9. Hareb Al-Mansoori, United Arab Emirates, 45
    10. Oscar, Indonesia, 19
    11. Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 15
    12. Yeri Ramadona, Indonesia, 13
    13. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 31
    14. Fachri Askar, Indonesia, 60
    15. Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 46
    16. Sitiphol Kunaksorn, Thailand, 17

     


    2015 ABF Tour Men's Ranking - Standings after 9/10 events


    Players with position, country and ranking points. Top 16 will qualify for the ABFT Tournament of Champions in March 2016.

     


    2015 ABF Tour Indonesia leg - Women's Division


    Jaya Ancol bowling center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Oct. 26, 2015)

    Championship:
    #1 Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. #6 Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 202-183

    Semifinal:
    #1 Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. #4 Puteri Astari, Indonesia, 214-202
    #6 Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, def. #7 Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 194-175

    Quarterfinal:
    #1 Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, def. #8 Putty Armein, Indonesia, 207-203
    #4 Puteri Astari, Indonesia, def. #5 Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 221-180
    #6 Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, def. #3 Aldila Indriyati, Indonesia, 235-224
    #7 Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, def. #2 Novie Phang, Indonesia, 190-177

     


    2015 ABF Tour Indonesia leg - Women's Final Standings


    Players with position, country and ranking points; places 9-16 based on the final standings of the Indonesia Open

    1. Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, 75
    2. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 60
    3. Puteri Astari, Indonesia, 46
    4. Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 45
    5. Aldila Indriyati, Indonesia, 33
    6. Putty Armein, Indonesia, 32
    7. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 31
    8. Novie Phang, Indonesia, 30

    9. Ivana Hie, Indonesia, 20
    10. Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, 19
    11. Filomena Choi, Macau, 18
    12. Joan Cheng, Hong Kong, 17
    13. Sheena Dina Rizal, Malaysia, 16
    14. Fiona Ku, Macau, 15
    15. Hui Tong, Macau, 14
    16. Vicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 13

     


    2015 ABF Tour Women's Ranking - Final Standings after 4 events


    Players with position, country and ranking points; top 16 advance to the Tournament of Champions in March 2016