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Bowlers boost PH gold medal bid in 3 int’l tourneys
August 19, 2018 | 8:26 pm
AFTER A successful outing for the national youth bowling team in Michigan, junior bowler coach Biboy Rivera believes the young bowlers will boost Philippine bowling’s campaign in three remaining overseas tournaments this year.
Having taken a bronze medal in the boys’ team event in the 2018 World Bowling Youth Championship in Detroit, Michigan, USA, which was held from July 24 to Aug. 3, the Philippine Bowling Federation (PBF) is setting its sights on winning gold medals in the Indonesia Asian Games, the upcoming World Men’s Championship in Hong Kong, and the Asian School in Taiwan.
“A bronze that glitters like gold. I’m very happy and satisfied with their performance,” said the 44-year-old Rivera, referring to the recent performance of his boy’s youth team composed of Kenzo Umali, Merwin Tan, Praise Gahol, and Ivan Malig in the World Youth Championship.
Youth bowlers boost PH gold medal bid in 3 int’l tourneys
posted August 19, 2018, at 09:10 pm by Manila Standard Sports
Bowing Philippines Junior bowler coach Biboy Rivera believes the national youth bowlers would definitely be a huge boost to Philippine bowling’s campaign in three remaining overseas tournaments this year after a successful performance of the boys’ youth team in the 2018 World Bowling Youth Championship in Michigan, USA.
Bowling Philippines Asia Youth Doubles Bronze other results
Bea Hernandez (left) and Niña de Vera flank national girls coach Jojo Canare as they pose with their bronze medals after placing third in the girls’ doubles of the 19th Asian Youth Bowling Championships at the Coronado Lanes at the EDSA Starmall in Mandaluyong.
BEA Hernandez and Nina de Vera bagged the bronze medal in girls doubles in the 19th Asian Youth Bowling Championships on Tuesday at the Coronado Lanes at Starmall in Mandaluyong. It was the first time the two had partnered up.
The Filipinas scored 2322, finishing 208 behind Yang Da Som and Lee Jung Min, who delivered South Korea’s third gold in four events in the tournament.
Singapore’s Charlene Lim and Jermaine Seah bagged the silver medal 2345.
“We were just concentrated on our game and refused to be bothered by the crowd,” said the 17-year-old Hernandez.
“Bea told me last Monday after her poor outing ‘babawi ako dad,’ and I am so proud she did,”
said Assistant Solicitor General Bernard Hernandez, who took time off from his busy schedule together with wife Myriam in watching her daughter perform and garner her first medal in international play
The Bowling Philippines Girls Block Team of Bea Hernandez, Nina De Vera, Daphne Custodio, and RJoy Daval-Santos missed out on the bronze in the Girls Block Team of Four finishing 5th with 4382 pts
BOWLING PHILIPPINES RESULTS
Girls Singles (34 entries) 18. D. Custodio 1098, 23. Hernandez 1071, 24. R. Daval-Santos 1060
Boys Singles (60 entries) 17. P. Gahol 1195, 34. M. Tan 1098, 53 G. Gahol 1013
Girls Doubles (17 entries) – 1. Y. Som & L. Minn (KOR) 2510 , 2. C. Lim & J. Seah (SIN) 2345, 3. B. Hernandez & N. De Vera (PHI) 2322, 13. Custodio & Daval-Santos 2190
Boys Doubles (30 entries) 9. G.Gahol & M. Tan 2508, 12. P. Gahol & I. Malig 2456
Girls Team Four (9 entries) 5. Hernandez, De Vera, Custodio, Daval-Santos 4382
Boys Team Four (15 entries) 11. G. Gahol, Tan, P. Gahol, Malig
BOWLING PHILIPPINES Sources:
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Bowling Philippines SEA Games 2017
Aug 20, 2017
Women’s Singles —
12th – Maria Lara Posadas
14th – Krizziah Lyn Tabora
15th – Maria Liza Del Rosario
23rd – Dyan Arcel Coronacion
25th – Marie Alexis Sy
30th – Maria Lourdes Arles
Men’s Singles —
12th – Merwein Matheiu Tan
16th – Kenneth Chua
24th – Jo-Mar Roland Jumapao
25th – Anton Jose Alcazaren
26th – Kenneth Oliver Cu
28th – John Paule Macatula