Malaysia’s Lavinia rolls into contention for Masters title

PETALING JAYA: National junior bowler Lavinia Kho Jia Jie is off to a good start in the girls’ Masters of the Asian Junior Championship, as she is currently second after eight games in the first block.

The 18-year-old amassed 1,689 pins and hopes to widen the gap and qualify for the stepladder finals when the second block starts today.

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