Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Ong, Posadas share limelight in Bevida-Storm tilt

Asian Games veteran Remy Ong of Singapore and local bet Lara Posadas of Team Bowlmart-PBAP shared the limelight in the opening day of the PBAP Bevida-Storm International Classic by leading their respective divisions at the Pearl Bowling Center in Harisson Plaza Sports Center.

Ong burned the lanes to produce a 1785 series for one a one-pin lead over Hong Kong’s Michael Tsang in the Open division of the event sponsored by Euro-Med Laboratories and Bevida Distilled Drinking Water and Storm Products Inc.

Occupying the third spot was Korean Cha Ji-Hyun with 1760 followed by Singapore’s Brandon Lee (1756), Sammy Sy (1741), Filipino Jeremy Posadas of Team Bowlmart-SLETBA (1703), Malaysian Aris Ardila (1702), Singapore’s Gregory Gan (1694), Thai Songvit L. (1688) and Team Henrich’s Vener Reasonda (1688).

Posadas, on the other hand, showed the way in the Classified division after rolling a 1707 series.
She was 22 pins ahead over Taiwanese Wang Che-Chi and 27 over Singaporean Andrew Lee in the event also sponsored by Wave products by Ark International, Premiere Insurance and Surety Corporation, EGI, AZO and Roto Grip. Philippine Airlines is the official airlines. Manila Bulletin and Sports Weekly are the official media partners while Heritage Hotel and Century Park Sheraton are the official hotel of the international classic and the City Garden Hotel is the artery hotel. Bowlmart Training Institute is the official lane maintenance partner.
The next three places were occupied by local bets, PBA’s R. J. San Diego (1663), Team Henrich’s Michael Sia (1655) and Team Bowlmart’s Sheena Go (1653).
Hong Kong’s Michael Tsang, meanwhile, took the early initiative in the Youth division after sizzling a 1784 series, 28 pins ahead over Brandon Lee. Lara Posadas is third with a 1707 series followed by Gregory Gan of Singapore (1694), Thai Songvit L. (1688), Taiwanese Wang Ling-Gang (1673), Filipino Oliver Mandilag (1672), MTBA’s Louie Chuaquico (1668), Prima-TBAM’s Stewart Ngo (1645) and Hong Kong’s Carlos Lai (1641).
Digg Google Bookmarks reddit Mixx StumbleUpon Technorati Yahoo! Buzz DesignFloat Delicious BlinkList Furl

0 comments: on "Ong, Posadas share limelight in Bevida-Storm tilt"

Post a Comment