Natasha hopes to rise above pressure in Masters event

PETALING JAYA: Natasha Roslan will not let pressure stop her from earning the right for another showdown in the women’s stepladder finals in the ongoing Asian Championships.

The 26-year-old Natasha rolled down a total of 1,906 pins to end the first block of eight games in fourth place of the women’s Masters event at the SCCA Bowling Centre in Hong Kong yesterday.

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