Natasha vows to learn from her past mistakes and do better in Malaysian Open


Natasha Roslan, Malaysia's Bowlers at training for Asian Game Bowling competition in Sunway Megalanes.-Art Chen / The Star. 11 July 2014.

PETALING JAYA: National bowler Natasha Roslan wished her outing in the Sonic International Classic could have been better.

The Asian Bowling Federation (ABF) No. 2 ranked bowler’s outing in Singapore ended in the second round after she finished 27th with 1,147 pins.

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