Timmy believes it’s not over for the Malaysian camp

PETALING JAYA: Timmy Tan (pic) believes the Malaysian bowlers are still very much in the game despite having to play catch up with South Korea and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the men’s team event at the Asian Championships.

Timmy, Rafiq Ismail, Syafiq Ridhwan Abdul Malek, Tun Ameerul Hakim Tun Hasnul Azam and Ahmad Muaz Fishol ended the first block of six games in third spot with a combined score of 3,607 pins at the SCCA Bowling Centre in Hong Kong yesterday.

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