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BWC title, Indonesian trip up in bowling finals

PAENG Nepomuceno

Eight male and eight female pintopplers target the national title and a trip to Indonesia today as they figure in the much awaited finals of the 2019 Bowling World Cup at Paeng’s Eastwood Bowl.

Merwin Tan (photo by Terence Yaw | abf-online.org)
Merwin Tan (photo by Terence Yaw | abf-online.org)

The men’s field will be led by last year’s champion Merwin Tan and four-time BWC  men’s international titlist Paeng Nepomuceno while the ladies’ division will be headed by veteran international campaigner Liza del Rosario and 2017 BWC international queen Krizziah Tabora-Macatula.

The other remaining aspirants are Jayson Tubid, Paulo mValdez, Benshir Layoso, Eric Aranez, RJ Bautista, Nicco Olaivar, Rachelle Leon, Mades Arles, Alexis Sy, Dyan Coronacion, Danielle Denise Lazo and Rochelle Munsayac.

Competition starts at 10:30 a.m. for both male and female bowlers.

With their scores carried over, the eight men’s and ladies quarterfinalists will roll another eight games to determine the semifinal and final contenders in each division.  The semis and finals will be best of three matches.

The champions will also earn slots in the BWC internationals slated in Palembang, Indonesia this year.

The second and third-placers will receive trophies and gift certificates while the others will  go home with gift certificates.

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Written by Tempo Desk

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