SEA Games: One-two finish for Malaysia in men's doubles bowling competition

Alex (left) and Mohd Syafiq Ridhwan. IZZRAFIQ ALIAS /The Star.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia blazed the lanes to a sensational one-two finish in the men's doubles bowling competition at the Sunway Mega Lanes on Monday.

Alex Liew-Mohd Syafiq Ridhwan Abdul Malek bagged the gold medal with a combined score of 2,647 pins while Rafiq Ismail-Adrian Ang won the silver with a 2,630 total.

The bronze medal went to Billy Mohd Islam-Hardy Rachmadian of Indonesia.

It's Malaysia's second 1-2 finish in the bowling competition following Rafiq and Adrian's superb effort in the men's singles on Sunday.

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