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Broad smiles were etched on the faces of the Singapore city team after clinching the Overall City Championships in the 25th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship. (Photo: SSC)
 

The 25th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship came to a close yesterday at Orchid Bowl, Orchid Country Club with the conclusion of the Men’s, Women’s, Senior Men’s and Senior Women’s Masters Event.
 

Choi Suk Byung of Daegu topped the Men’s Masters with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Tay Hui Chian who was representing Jurong (Singapore). Choi took off to a blistering start taking the first game 235-194. Despite picking up the pace in the second game, Tay’s lost the game 190-179. Tay had previously faced Daegu’s Park Min Su in the semi-finals and beat him 2-1 to advance to the finals, which left Park to settle for third place with Paranaque’s Jeremy Posadas who lost to Choi 2-0 in the semi-finals.
 

Bernice Lim, who represented the city of Singapore, took a comfortable lead after a 234 - 134 win over Paranaque’s Apple Posadas in the Women’s Masters Finals. Apple came back strong and took the second game 257-207. All eyes were on the two Women’s finalists as they battled it out in the final set. A close and exciting game with loud cheers from their supporters, Bernice eventually took the title with a mere 2 points lead (215-213). Sharing third place are Kristin Quah of the Jurong team who lost to Bernice 2-0 in the semi-finals and Amanda Ng of the Singapore tean who lost to Apple 2-1.
 

It was a close fight to the finish in the Senior Men’s Masters Finals but Adam Chew of the Jurong team came out tops to win the title 2-0 (181-172 and 165-151) against Steven Tan of the Singapore team who had beaten the Senior Men’s Singles champion, Gerry Tan of Paranaque, 2-1 in the semi-finals. Gerry Tan shares third place with Pasay’s James Dela Cruz who lost to Chew 2-0 in the semi-finals.
 

Paranaque’s Liza Or emerged as the Senior Women’s Masters champion by beating San Juan’s Baby David 2-0 (213-163 and 173-124). Baby had an easy 2-0 win over fellow teammate Lyn Tan in the semi-finals, who will take third place along with Shirley Liew of the East Coast (Singapore) team who lost to Or 1-2.
 

The city of Daegu was awarded top city in the Men’s division and the city of Singapore was awarded the top city in the Women’s division. The team from Singapore was also awarded the Overall City Championship.
 

President of the Singapore Bowling Federation, Mrs Jessie Phua made her closing speech, saying, “We can agree that the bowlers kept us at the edge of our seats and it was a befitting ending to an exciting few days.”
 

“I am very happy to see that more and more people have come out to support this,” added Mr Johnson Cheng, President of the Asian Intercity Bowling Council, in his closing speech. Mr Cheng also hopes that this regional championship will continue to grow and be around for a long time more.
 
 
The event ended with an awards presentation and farewell reception, concluding the 25th running of the coveted regional championship.



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