To ‘Ah Sir’ with love – keglers bowl Holloway over with glowing tribute


One for the album: (From left) Siti Safiyah Amirah Abdul Rahman, Sin Li Jane, Ben Heng, Holloway Cheah, Natasha Roslan and Esther Cheah posing with their bronze medals at the IBF World Cup.

PETALING JAYA: Thank you, ‘’Ah Sir’’! National bowlers, led by Sin Li Jane, paid a glowing tribute to head coach Holloway Cheah, fondly known as ‘’Ah Sir’’ after ending Malaysia’s campaign in the IBF World Cup in Sydney, Australia, with one bronze medal on Wednesday.

Their hope was to deliver a gold but the girls – Li Jane, Esther Cheah, Siti Safiyah Amirah Abdul Rahman and Natasha Roslan – gave their heart and soul in a competitive field to finish third.

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