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Belair Bowling 14th Hong Kong Individual Open Postponed: Due to the outbreak of the Pandemic Influenza and/or the Severe Respiratory Disease associated with the Novel Corona Virus (SRDNIA), the Belair Bowling 14th Hong Kong Individual Open originally scheduled on 14th, 15th, 21st and 22nd March, 2020 will be postponed until further notice. Click here for the complete notice.
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Hong Kong national qualifies in last squad
4th November, Kuwait: 2019 Asian Championships Team gold medallist, Michael Mak of Hong Kong left it late till the final squad of the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open to earn third position in the overall standings.
Hong Kong celebrates Team victory
28th October, Kuwait: Hong Kong celebrated a seven-year wait to win the Men's 5-Player Team event at the 25th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships while Korea successfully defended the Team title in the Women's division.
Women's Championships officially opens
23rd August, Las Vegas: Thirty-four participating teams including Hong Kong, paraded in a packed house at South Point Bowling Plaza during the official opening ceremony of the 2019 World Bowling Women's Championships on Friday.
Hong Kong national denied first tour title
18th August, Kaohsiung: 19th Kaohsiung International Open third runner-up, Ernest Kwok of Hong Kong was denied his first tour title after losing to Xu Zhe-Jia of Chinese Taipei in the final match of the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2019.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/talentID2020.htm'>Talent Identification Programme - Star of Tomorrow</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>20th January, Hong Kong</b>: HKTBC is pleased to announce that the 2019-20 Tenpin Bowling Talent Identification Programme will be held on February 15, 2020. Selected bowlers will be invited to join a 'Centralized Training Programme for at least 8-12 weeks to be considered a potential squad member in HKSI.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/13thkuwait-res.htm#Nov04'>Hong Kong national qualifies in last squad</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>4th November, Hong Kong</b>: 2019 Asian Championships Team gold medallist, Michael Mak of Hong<br>Kong left it late till the final squad of the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open to earn third<br>position in the overall standings.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/25thatbc-res.htm#Team'>Hong Kong celebrates Team victory</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>28th October, Hong Kong</b>: Hong Kong celebrated a seven-year wait to win the Men's 5-Player Team event at the 25th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships while Korea successfully defended the Team<br>title in the Women's division.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/wwc2019-res.htm#Opening'>Women's Championships officially opens</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>23rd August, Las Vegas</b>: Thirty-four participating teams including Hong Kong, paraded in a packed<br>house at South Point Bowling Plaza during the official opening ceremony of the 2019 World Bowling Women's Championships on Friday.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/abf-tpe19.htm'>Hong Kong national denied first tour title</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>18th August, Koahsiung</b>: 19th Kaohsiung International Open third runner-up, Ernest Kwok of Hong<br>Kong was denied his first tour title after losing to Xu Zhe-Jia of Chinese Taipei in the final match of the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2019.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/19thtaipei-res.htm#Aug13'>Hong Kong national sets qualifying pace</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>13th August, Kaohsiung</b>: 2010 ABF Tour Macau winner, Joshua Chow of Hong Kong set the qualifying pace of the 19th Kaohsiung International Open underway at Southern Bowling by occupying<br>top spot in the Men's Open Masters overseas pool.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/2019chinaU22-res.htm'>First runner-up for Hong Kong youth</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>28th July, Shanghai</b>: Seventh-seed, Keith Mark Siu Ki of Hong Kong finished as first runner-up in the 2019 Storm U22 China International Youth Bowling CHampionships after losing to Yuma Haraguchi of Japan, 1-2 in the final.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/abf-hkg19.htm'>Second and third runners-up for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>21st July, Hong Kong</b>: Gigi Leung and Joey Yip of Hong Kong ended the ABF Tour Hong Kong 2019 finishing as second and third runners-up in the women's division as Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Lara Posadas-Wong of Philippines captured their maiden tour title.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/45thhkg-res.htm#Step'>Deserving victory for topseeds</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>20th July, Hong Kong</b>: Topseeds, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Iliya Syamim of Singapore captured the Men's and Women's Open Masters titles at the concluding 45th Hong Kong International Open on Saturday.
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