Losing by just one pin feels like needle to men’s quartet


PETALING JAYA: A last-game heartbreak saw the Malaysian men’s bowling team lose in the quarter-finals of the IBF World Cup.

Malaysia lost 2-3 to the Philippines in the last eight match-up at the Suncity Tenpin Bowl in Queensland, Australia, yesterday but what made the defeat hard to swallow was that the team lost by just one pin in the deciding game which ended 206-207.

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