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Teams set for Asian School Championships
20th April, Hong Kong: Teams from six countries are set to compete at the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships 2017 at South China Athletic Association Bowling Centre from April 30 to May 6, 2017.
Hong Kong national wins fifth tour title
16th April, Bangkok: 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.
Hong Kong national wins Squad A
14th April, Bangkok: 2016 East Asian Championships triple bronze medallist, James Lui topped Squad A at the end of the third block of qualifying round to lead three team-mates for the Men's Open Round 2 Masters finals at the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open.
Three men and a women in the cut
13th April, Bangkok: Wu Siu Hong led two other Hong Kong men and a women to the Men's and Women's Open Round 2 finals at the end of the second block qualifying round of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand Open at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017-pressApr20.htm'>Teams set for Asian School Championships</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>20th April, Hong Kong</b>: Teams from six countries are set to compete at the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships 2017 at South China Athletic Association Bowling Centre from April 30 to<br>May 6, 2017.
  • <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.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/43rdthai-res.htm#Blk3'>Hong Kong national wins Squad A</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>14th April, Bangkok</b>: 2016 East Asian Championships triple bronze medallist, James Lui topped<br>Squad A at the end of the third block of qualifying round to lead three team-mates for the Men's Open Round 2 Masters finals at the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/43rdthai-res.htm#Blk2'>Three men and a women in the cut</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>13th April, Bangkok</b>: Wu Siu Hong led two other Hong Kong men and a women to the Men's and Women's Open Round 2 finals at the end of the second block qualifying round of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand Open at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/43rdthai-res.htm#SqABlk1'>Promising start for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>12th April, Bangkok</b>: Hong Kong national bowlers competing in the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open got off to a promising start during their first block of qualifying rounds with Wu Siu Hong finishing third in the opening squad.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/news-donation.htm'>HKTBC signs Organ Donation Program Charter</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>9th March, Hong Kong</b>: Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress has joined the Organ Donation Program Charter to help patients waiting for suitable organs for transplantation.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/asbc2017.htm'>Hong Kong hosts Asian School for fifth time</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>3rd March, Hong Kong</b>: HKTBC wishes to invite all members of the Asian Bowling Federation to participate in the 17th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships, scheduled to take place at SCAA Bowling Centre in Hong Kong from April 30 to May 6, 2017.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/newsIOC.htm'>Historical visit by Chinese President</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>18th January, Lausanne</b>: IOC President, Thomas Bach welcomed Chinese President, Xi Jinping to the Olympic Museum today, in what is the first visit by a Chinese Head of State to the IOC.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/16thqatar-res.htm#Day6'>Mak makes top bracket in final squad</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>16th December, Doha</b>: World Singles Championships 2016 bronze medallist, Michael Mak left it late until the final squad of the qualifying rounds to crack into the top bracket of the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open overall standings in sixth position.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/wsc2016-res.htm#Final'>Bronze medal for Mak</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>9th December, Doha</b>: World Singles Championships 2016 debutant and third-seed, Michael Mak brought home a bronze medal in the men's division after narrowly losing to second-seed Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia, 224-235 in the semi-finals.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/30thaibc-res.htm#Final'>Second silver for Cheung and Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>30th October, Jakarta</b>: Two gold and one silver medallist, Jimmy Cheung of Hong Kong ended his fine run at the 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships by picking up his second silver medal in the<br>Men's Masters event on Sunday.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/30thaibc-res.htm#Team'>Hong Kong wins second gold</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>29th October, Jakarta</b>: Singles gold medallist, Jimmy Cheung picked up his second gold medal for Hong Kong at the 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships by topping the Men's All Events standings making up for missing the podium in the Men's Team of Four event.
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