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First and second runner-ups for Hong Kong
24th May, Manila: 2007 Philippine Open champion and top seed, Wu Siu Hong and third seed, Michael Mak finished first and second runner-ups in the Men's Open Masters finals of the 2017 Philippine International Open just concluded at Coronado Lanes.
Sole Hong Kong national advances
23rd May, Manila: 2016 Asian School Doubles gold medallist, Ivan Tse was the sole Hong Kong national bowler to advance to Round 2 finals of the 2017 Philippine International Open after finishing in the top ten in Round 1.
Hong Kong nationals dominate qualifying
22nd May, Manila: Hong Kong national bowlers dominated the Men's Open Masters qualifying rounds of the 2017 Philippine International Open by occupying five of the top six positions with 2012 ABF Tour Macau champion, Rickle Kam taking over the lead.
Hong Kong national rolls second 300
21st May, Manila: ABF Tour Thailand 2017 champion, Michael Mak of Hong Kong rolled the tournament's second perfect game en-route to taking over top spot of the Men's Open Masters qualifying standings at the 2017 Philippine International Open.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/43rdphil-res.htm#Step'>First and second runner-ups for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>24th May, Manila</b>: 2007 Philippine Open champion and top seed, Wu Siu Hong and third seed,<br>Michael Mak finished first and second runner-ups in the Men's Open Masters finals of the 2017 Philippine International Open just concluded at Coronado Lanes.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/43rdphil-res.htm#Rnd1'>Sole Hong Kong national advances</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>23rd May, Manila</b>: 2016 Asian School Doubles gold medallist, Ivan Tse was the sole Hong Kong national bowler to advance to Round 2 finals of the 2017 Philippine International Open after finishing in the top ten in Round 1.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/43rdphil-res.htm#May22'>Hong Kong nationals dominate qualifying</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>22nd May, Manila</b>: Hong Kong national bowlers dominated the Men's Open Masters qualifying rounds of the 2017 Philippine International Open by occupying five of the top six positions with 2012 ABF<br>Tour Macau champion, Rickle Kam taking over the lead.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/43rdphil-res.htm#May21'>Hong Kong national rolls second 300</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>21st May, Manila</b>: ABF Tour Thailand 2017 champion, Michael Mak of Hong Kong rolled the tournament's second perfect game en-route to taking over top spot of the Men's Open Masters qualifying standings at the 2017 Philippine International Open.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-highlights.htm'>Video highlights of the championships</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>6th May, Hong Kong</b>: Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress is proud to bring you the video highlights of the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships held at SCAA Bowling Centre.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-res.htm#Step'>Hong Kong wins fourth silver</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>6th May, Hong Kong</b>: Top seed, Ivan Tse of Hong Kong Team A was denied his second gold medal of<br>the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships after losing to second-seed, Mostafa Almousawi, 402-477 in the Boy's Stepladder finals at SCAA Bowling Centre.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-res.htm#Blk1'>Hong Kong youth vying second gold</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>5th May, Hong Kong</b>: Doubles gold medallist, Ivan Tse of Hong Kong Team A increased his chances for a second gold medal after completing the first block of the Boy's Masters finals of the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships in second.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-res.htm#Team'>Hong Kong adds two silver medals</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>4th May, Hong Kong</b>: Hong Kong Team A picked up their second silver medal in the Boy's Team of Four and a third in the Boy's All Events of the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships at SCAA Bowling Centre on Thursday.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-res.htm#Doubles'>A commanding victory for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>3rd May, Hong Kong</b>: Alex Yu partnered Ivan Tse to capture Hong Kong's first gold medal at the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships with a commanding victory in the Boy's Doubles event while Macau won their first-ever gold medal in the Girl's division.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-res.htm#Singles'>Silver medal for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>2nd May, Hong Kong</b>: 2016 East Asian Championships Doubles silver medallist, Alex Yu earned host<br>and Hong Kong Team A its first medal at the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships in the Boy's Singles event.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-res.htm#Opening'>Traditional ceremony marks opening</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>1st May, Hong Kong</b>: A colourful and traditional ceremony graced by Mr Karl C. Kwok, MH, Vice-President of Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, marked the opening of the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships at SCAA Bowling Centre on Monday.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/abf-thai17.htm#Day1'>Hong Kong national wins fifth tour title</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>16th April, Bangkok</b>: Michael Mak of Hong Kong captured his fifth tour title with victory in the Men's final of the ABF Tour Thailand 2017 while Sin Li Jane of Malaysia claimed her first-ever tour title in the women's division at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin.
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