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19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships
October 21 - 28, 2017  Coronado Lanes, Mandaluyong City, Manila, Philippines
Indonesia wins Doubles silver

24th October, Manila: Paolo M. Hernandez and Billy M. Islan won Indonesia's first medal at the 19th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships after storming home in their final two games of the Boy's Doubles event to pick up the silver medal.


2017 Asian School Doubles gold medallist, Ivan Tse and Alex Yu of Hong Kong 1 got off to a cracking start with 516 to lead Singapore by 36 pins. Jomond Chia rolled the championship's first 300 to add to Oh Han Qin's 180 for 480.

Hong Kong's lead did not last as Korea's first pair of Han Jae Hyeon and Lee Ju Hyung added a stunning 535 in the second game to leapfrog into the lead. Malaysia's Mohd Hafiz Zainuddin and Singles gold medallist, Tun Ameerul Al-Hakim moved up into second spot with 509 and Singapore slipped to third. Indonesia second pair was fourth.

Malaysia erased the 3-game record of 1409 set by Korea in 2010 with 1449 after the duo posted 516 in their third game to take over the running. Korea trailed in second as the second Korean pair of Park Geon Ha and Lim Seong Lyul took up third.

Whilst Malaysia managed only 389 in the fourth game, Han and Lee rolled 462 to regain the lead, 62 pins ahead of the Malaysian pair. Park and Lim was third, Hong Kong fourth, Japan fifth and Indonesia sixth.

The first Korean pair ended with 410 and 388 to seal victory to give Korea their second gold medal of the competition with 2698. Indonesia fired two stunning 488 and 485 to snatch the silver medal with 2639.



Boy's Doubles silver medallist, Paolo M. Hernandez and Billy M. Islam


The second Korean pair ended with 397 to clinch the bronze medal with 2619 while Malaysia stumbled to a lowly 362 to drop down to fifth with 2586. Hong Kong missed the podium to finish in fourth with 2591. The other Indonesian pair of Wibianzo Joaquel and Patrick M. Hernandez managed to finish 21st position.

Korea's Kim Ye Sol won the first gold medal in the Girl's Singles event with 1330. Nur Amirah Auni of Malaysia took the silver with 1321 and Shio Izumune of Japan the bronze with 1299. Malaysia's Tun Ameerul won the Boy's Singles gold medal with 1370.

Takumi Hagasaki of Japan picked up the silver medal with 1298 and Ahmed Al Awadhi of Bahrain took home the bronze medal with 1287. Patrick, Wibianzo and Billy finished 11th to 13th positions and Paolo 33rd. The players will resume with the Team of 4 over two blocks of three games on October 25 and 26.

The top 16 boys and top 16 girls based on the All Events standings (18 games total) will qualify for the Round-Robin Matchplay Masters finals over two blocks on October 27 and 28. The top 3 boys and top 3 girls will proceed to the Stepladder finals.


Photos by Terence Yaw in Manila.

Information
  Preliminary Schedule
  Bulletin 1
  Bulletin 2
  Form A - Participation
  Form B - Entry Form
  Form C - Arrival & Dep.
  Form D - Media Accred.
  Form E - Shangri-la Hotel
  Form F - Linden Suites
  Form G - Bowlers' Info.
  Form H - Supporters' Info.
  Form J - Ball Registration
  Previous Championships
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  Records
  Medal Statistics
  Medium Oiling Pattern
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Detailed Scores
SINGLES - Long
  Girl's Singles
  Boy's Singles
DOUBLES - Medium
  Boy's Doubles
  Girl's Doubles
TEAM - Med/Long
  Girl's Block 1
  Boy's Block 1
  Girl's Block 2
  Boy's Block 2
ALL EVENTS
  Girl's All Events
  Boy's All-Events
MASTERS - Long/Med
  Girl's Block 1
  Boy's Block 1
  Girl's Block 2
  Boy's Block 2
  Girl's Stepladder
  Boy's Stepladder
MEDAL TALLY
  Girl's Medal Tally
  Boy's Medal Tally
  Overall Medal Tally
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