Singapore dash Malaysia's hopes in Masters finals

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  • Tuesday, 13 Dec 2005

PETALING JAYA: Singapore bowlers made a clean sweep of the boy's and girls Under-15 Masters titles at Pyramid Megalanes at Sunway Pyramid here yesterday. 

Colin Jude Wee dashed the hopes of Kuala Lumpur's Mohd Amirul Afif of winning the boys' Masters crown when he posted lines of 221-177-223-203-213 and 177 for a six game total of 1,214. 

Amirul posted lines of 206-178-168-218-217 and 200 to finish 27 pins behind Colin.  

Singapore's Mark Wong finished third with 1,183. Colin had qualified as the top qualifier for the Masters with 869.  

Other Malaysians who ended in the top-10 of the boy's division were Syimir Abdul Razak of Pyramid Youth (fourth with 1,147), Muhammad Saman of Pyramid Youth (fifth with 1,137) and Sunny Lee of Sarawak (sixth with 1,126). 

Bernice Lim led a Singapore podium sweep in the girls' Under-15 division, finishing on top with 1,126.  

Daphne Tan was second with 1,113 while Gina Lim chalked up 1,087 to secure a top three finish for Singapore.  

Leisha Manan of Kuala Lumpur was the best Malaysian finisher when she ended fourth with her effort of 1,081.  

Other Malaysian girl bowlers in the top-10 were Annabella Yip of Sarawak (sixth with 1,046), Melisa Lee of Pyramid Youth (seventh with 1,028), Syariena Tiara of Pyramid Youth (eighth with 1,011) and Nur Umirah of Putrajaya (ninth with 1,006).  

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