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30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships
October 25 - 31, 2016  Jaya Ancol Bowling Centre, Jakarta
Masters bronze for Jakarta

30th October, Jakarta: Yeri Ramadona of Jakarta claimed the Men's Masters bronze medal of the 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships while the women and men swept the Senior's Masters gold medals on Sunday.


Ramadona, seeded No. 7, needed a big game in the third deciding match to beat Yancheng's Qi Wankang, 279-156 in the opening round to advance to the Round 2 quarter-final. The Iandonesian lost the first match 188-246 but bounced back in the second match, 277-223 to force the decider.

The Indonesian won his quarter-final match 2-0 (237-220, 246-216) against Macau's Gordon Ho to advance to the third round semi-final. Ramadona lost to two gold medallist and top seed, Jimmy Cheung of Hong Kong, 0-2 (212-214, 179-244) to settle for the bronze medal.

Cheung lost to challenger and No. 2 seed, Shin Soon Chul of Daegu, 0-2 (226-244, 189-203) in the championship round final to win his second silver medal while Shin captured his third gold. The Korean had won his two other gold medals in the Doubles and Team events.

Jakarta's other finalist, Rudy Goenawan defeated No. 3 seed, Kim Ju Young of Daegu, 2-0 (214-155, 222-182) but lost to the Hong Kong national, Cheung 0-2 (194-258, 179-209) in the round 2 quarter-final.



Yeri Ramadona with his Masters bronze medal

In the women's division, both Jakarta's finalists, No. 9 seed Novie Phang and No. 13 seed, Viena Silka crashed out in the opening round after Phang lost to Anne Marie Kiac of Paranaque 0-2 and Silka lost to Yancheng's Peng Rui by a similar margin.

Reigning champion and No. 1 seed, Lara Posadas of Paranque successfully defended the women's Masters crown with a 2-0 victory over challenger and No. 10 seed, Vanessa Wong of Macau in the title match. Posadas reached the final after defeating Singapore's Tay Hui Wen, 2-1 in the semi-final.

Wong, who settled for the bronze medal, ousted Peng Ru, 2-1 in the other semi-final match to face Posadas in the final. Both the semi-final losers take home a brzone medal each.


Jakarta women swept the Senior's gold and silver medals. Singles gold medallist, Ken Sofiati captured her second individual gold and her fourth in the competition after she defeated Maulida Marthiana, 2-1 in the all-Jakarta final.

Sofiati beat Shah Alam's Khadija Jamari, 2-1 to reach the final while Marthiana advanced to the championship round by breezing past another Shah Alam finalist, Nooraini Md Noor, 2-0 in the other semi.

Team gold medallist, Irsan Djundjung won his first individual gold medal after he defetaed Singles gold medallist, Ng Ka Fun of New Territories, 2-1 in the Men's Senior Masters title match. Djundjung reached the final with victory over A Dian Negara Nasution, 2-1 in the all-Jakarta semi-final. Ng defeated a third Jakarta finalist, Husin Makmur, 3-1 in the other semi-final tie.

Paranaque one gold medal more than SIngapore but had to settle for second in the Women's medal tally with 22 points from three gold, one silver and two bronze medals. Singapore clinched the Women's Seotopo Cup by 23 points from two gold, two silver and two bronze medals.



Senior Mssters champions, Irsan Djundjung and Ken Sofiati

Although Singapore's men did not win any gold, their one silver and one bronze was good enough to clinch Singapore the Seotopo Cup after emerging as overall champion with 28 points from a total of two gold, four silver and three bronze medals.

Daegu finished second with 25 points and Paranaque third with 24 points. Hong Kong took fourth position with 18 points while Jakarta and Yancheng shared fifth spot with 6 points each.

Meanwhile, Jakarta's senior men and women swept the Masters titles. Irsan Djundjung defeated two gold medallist, Ng Ka Fun of New Territories, 2-1 to win the Men's gold while Singles gold medallist, Ken Sofiati won the women's gold by beating Maulida Marthana in the all-Jakarta final.

Thirteen member cities of the Asian Intercity Bowling Council and three guest cities participated in the week-long championships held in Jarkata for the third time. The 31st Asian Intercity Bowling CHampionships will be hosted by Yancheng, China in 2017.

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Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.

Information
  Bulletin 1
  Bulletin 2
  Bulletin 3
  Rules & Regulations
  Form A - Entry
  Form B - Hotel
  Form C - Team Roster
  Form D - Arrival/Dep.
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Detailed Scores
SINGLES
  Women's Snr Singles
  Men's Snr Singles
  Women's Singles
  Men's Singles
DOUBLES
  Women's Snr Doubles
  Men's Snr Doubles
  Women's Doubles
  Men's Doubles
TEAM
  Women Snr Team
  Men Snr Team
  Women's Team
  Men's Team
ALL EVENTS
  Women's Snr AE
  Men's Snr AE
  Women's AE
  Men's AE
MASTERS
  Women's Snr (Top 8)
  Women's Snr (Top 4)
  Women's Snr (Top 2)
  Men's Snr (Top 8)
  Men's Snr (Top 4)
  Men's Snr (Top 2)
  Women's (Top 16)
  Women's (Top 8)
  Women's (Top 4)
  Women's (Top 2)
  Men's (Top 16)
  Men's (Top 8)
  Men's (Top 4)
  Men's (Top 2)
MEDAL TALLY
  Snr Women's Tally
  Snr Men's Tally
  Women's Tally
  Men's Tally
  Overall Tally
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Asian Bowling Federation

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Perstuan Boling Indonesia
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