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Wu survives Round 3
11th August, Bangkok: Reigning QubicaAMF World Cup champion, Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong survived Round 3 of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand to advance into Round 4 finals as Michael Mak, Jimmy Chueng and Wicky Yeung were eliminated.
Round 3 for Hong Kong nationals
11th August, Bangkok: Wu Siu Hong and Wicky Yeung both made the next round of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand after finishing fifth an tenth in this morning's Round 2 finals as Malaysia's Francis Tan took a surprise victory.
Four Hong Kong nationals make finals
10th August, Bangkok: Reigning QubicaAMF World Cup champion, Wu Siu Hong secured a place in Round 3 finals of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand in the second bracket while Michael Mak, Jimmy Chueng and Wicky Yeung made the third bracket.
Hong Kong debutants set for world meet
25th July, Lincoln, Nebraska: Three out the four Hong Kong youths will make their debut at the 14th World Youth Bowling Championships commencing on July 26 at Sun Valley Lanes, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/ttbawbt16-res.htm#Round3'>Wu survives Round 3</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>11th August, Bangkok</b>: Reigning QubicaAMF World Cup champion, Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong<br>survived Round 3 of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand to advance into Round 4 finals as Michael Mak, Jimmy Chueng and Wicky Yeung were eliminated.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/ttbawbt16-res.htm#Round2'>Round 3 for Hong Kong nationals</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>11th August, Bangkok</b>: Wu Siu Hong and Wicky Yeung both made the next round of the 2016<br>PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand after finishing fifth an tenth in this morning's Round 2 finals as Malaysia's Francis Tan took a surprise victory.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/ttbawbt16-res.htm#Aug10'>Four Hong Kong nationals make finals</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>10th August, Bangkok</b>: Reigning QubicaAMF World Cup champion, Wu Siu Hong secured a place in Round 3 finals of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand in the second bracket while Michael Mak, Jimmy Chueng and Wicky Yeung made the third bracket.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/wyc2016-res.htm#Jul25'>Hong Kong debutants set for world meet</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>25th July, Lincoln, Nebraska</b>: Three out the four Hong Kong youths will make their debut at the 14th World Youth Bowling Championships commencing on July 26 at Sun Valley Lanes, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/abf-hkg16.htm#Day1'>First back-to-back tour title</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>18th July, Hong Kong</b>: Michael Mak of Hong Kong won his second consecutive tour title with victory in the ABF Tour Hong Kong 2016 while debutant, Han Kyeo Rae became the second Korean to win the women's crown in Hong Kong.</span>
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/42ndhkg-res.htm#Step'>Another podium for Hong Kong national</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>17th July, Hong Kong</b>: Michael Mak was denied his third consecutive title after losing to top seed,<br>Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia in the Men's Open Masters stepladder finals of the 42nd Hong Kong International Open.</span>
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/abf-tpe16.htm#Day1'>First double titles for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>10th July, Kaohsiung</b>: Newly-crowned 16th Chinese Taipei International Open champion, Michael Mak gave Hong Kong its first double titles after winning the Men's crown in the inaugural ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2016 while debutant, Hsu Chun-Yi became the first Taiwanese to win the women's title on home soil.</span>
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/16thtaipei-res.htm#Step'>Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei shares glory</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>9th July, Kaohsiung</b>: Hong Kong's Michael Mak and Chinese Taipei's Huang Chiung-Yao shared glory at the 16th Chinese Taipei International Open with victory in the Men's and Ladies' Open Masters stepladder finals.</span>
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/abf-mac16.htm#Day1'>Maiden victory for Japan and Korea</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>27th June, Macau</b>: Daisuke Yoshida of Japan averaged 267 over four matches to capture his first Men's tour title in a new and exciting scoring system used for the first time at the ABF Tour Macau 2016 while debutant, Lee Young Seung of Korea won the women's crown.</span>
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/macauopen16-res.htm#Step'>Top seed shoots 300 to win title</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>26th June, Macau</b>: Top seed, Rickle Kam of Hong Kong captured his first-ever international title with a perfect game in the Men's Open Masters finals of the 2016 Macau China International Open while<br>Novie Phang of Indonesia claimed the women's crown.</span>
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