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Remy Ong Bowls Opponents Over


Remy hopes to defend the title that he won last year. (Photo: Singapore Bowling/ Terence Yaw) 

Being only one of two bowlers to cross the 2,000 mark at the 5th Kingdom International Open, Singapore’s Remy Ong’s nine game aggregate of 2,016 ensured that he ended the day at the top of the qualifying table.
Overtaking American Professional Bowlers Association pro Tim Mack, who had earlier taken the lead with an aggregate of 2,004, Ong’s performance ensured that he was right on track to defend the title he won last year.
 
It is an amazing comeback considering he slipped down to 11th spot from the top five after two days of bowling. Failing to improve on his standings with two additional attempts, Ong came back with all guns blazing, setting the lanes ablaze with 228, 237 and 259 to round of a superb 724 series.
Though his rivals were bowling games of 600 and above, they simply could not keep up with Remy. Racking up a score of 720 in one series, Dominic Barrett, winner of this year’s H.H. Emir Cup winner and 2010 EBT winner, was hoping to win the high series award of the day only to be pipped by Ong’s 724 series.

Bypassing the last two rounds of qualification due to his standing at the top, Remy Ong would definitely be well rested for today’s finals at 5pm. We will be keeping our fingers crossed and hope that Remy defends his title and clinches the gold.