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Li Jane’s dream of second PWBA Tour title dashed by Dasha

PETALING JAYA: National bowler Sin Li Jane came close to pulling off a second win on the Professional Women’s Bowling Asso­cia­tion Tour (PWBA Tour) in the United States.

Li Jane on track for second title on US Tour

PETALING JAYA: Sin Li Jane is on course to become the first Malaysian bowler to win a second title in the prestigious Professional Women’s Bowling Association (PWBA) Tour in the United States.




Famous five: (from left) Dasha Kovalova, Sin Li Jane, Clara Guerrero, Daphne Tan and Tannya Roumimper are all set for the USBC Queens title showdown.

Bowling: Li Jane set for USBC Queens title showdown

PETALING JAYA: Sin Li Jane edged closer to her second Professional Women's Bowling Association (PWBA) Tour title, after reaching the top-five stepladder finals of the prestigious USBC Queens championship in Kansas on Monday (May 20).

Shalin hits 300 en route to reaching match play stage in the us

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s Shalin Zulkifli (pic) can lay claim to having made her mark in almost every bowling tournament in the world in her 25-year career.

Li Jane can still take a bow after bowing out of Lincoln Open

PETALING JAYA: Sin Li Jane gave a good account of herself before bowing out of the Lincoln Open in the United States.

Li Jane hangs on in her bid to retain Lincoln Open title in US

PETALING JAYA: National bowler Sin Li Jane (pic) battled hard to keep her title defence bid alive at the United States Professional Women’s Bowling Association (PWBA) Tour’s Lincoln Open.

Rafiq and Co hope to emulate women’s feat during PBA tourneys

PETALING JAYA: National Sports­man of the Year Rafiq Ismail will return to United States in August for another shot at a maiden Professional Bowlers’ Association (PBA) Tour glory.

Never say die

PETALING JAYA: Bowler Ahmad Muaz Fishol has revealed how his failure to make the World Championships squad last year inspired him to the Malaysian Open triumph.

Day of double joy

SUBANG JAYA: Call it coincidence but bowler Ahmad Muaz Fishol seemed to have good luck on his parents’ birthdays.





Happy birthday father: Ahmad Muaz Fishol posing with his trophies after winning the men’s title at the Malaysian Open yesterday. He dedicated his victory to his dad Mohd Fishol Azizan who turned 56 on Friday.

Six-year drought keeps Alex thirsty for title

PETALING JAYA: Veteran Alex Liew stayed on course to reclaim the Malaysian Open crown which he last won in 2006.