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Double win for Ryan Thong


U15 Boys Masters winners celebrate their hard-earned victory. (Photo:BowlingSingapore)

U-12 All-Events Boys leader Ryan Thong, 12, from ACS (Junior) kept up his pace and conquered the lanes this morning to finish first
in the U-12 Boys Masters with a total of 1426 pinfalls over eight games. Eleven-year-olds Oh Han Qin of Anderson Primary and Aloysius Ng of Maris Stella High were second and third respectively with 1286 and 1259 pinfalls.

 

In this championship, Ryan won a total of two golds, a silver and a bronze in the boys U-12 All Event & Masters, doubles and quartet events respectively. During the doubles, Ryan and his twin Royce came in second.

 

“I feel sad that we missed out on the top position in the doubles but my mother taught me to be more supportive and understanding to my younger brother since I picked up bowling earlier (than him) and can bowl better,” said Ryan. “However, it is good that both of us qualified to the Masters and that he is also happy to see me win the Masters.”

 

Charlene Lim, 12, from Sembawang Primary, Jenae Wee, 10, from St Margaret Primary and Iliya Syamin, 12, came in first, second and third in the Girls U-12 Masters with 1183, 1178 and 1158 pinfalls respectively.

 

Singapore Sports School did the one-two in the U-15 boys masters, as Alex Chong, 14, and Darren Ong, 15, finished with 1573 and 1558 pinfalls while Ng Kai Xiang, 15, of Raffles Institution was third with 1554 pinfalls. Alex also came in second in the All Events Boys and third in the quartet events.

 

“This is the first time I came in top three thrice in one championship and I am very pleased with this achievement,” commented Alex. “Having finished this championship, I do not have any other targets in mind at this moment.”

 

Tracey Alyson, 14, from Methodist Girls School topped the Girls U-15 Masters with 1574 pinfalls. As a young bowler who trained five times per week, she enjoys bowling and hopes to continue with this sport.

 

Joey Yeo and national youth bowler Kylie Thio finished second and third respectively with 1502 and 1498 pinfalls. U-15 Girls All Events champion Low Danlei Cheritta, 14 could only finish fourth with 1483.