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14 Sukma bowlers attend Sarawak Tenpin Championship
Published on: Tuesday, June 11, 2024
By: GL Oh
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14 Sukma bowlers attend Sarawak Tenpin Championship
The state tenpin bowling squad with team officials before their departure to Kuching for the SIOTBC’24
Kota Kinabalu: A total of 14 Sukma (Malaysian Games) bound state bowlers are currently competing  in the Sarawak International Open Tenpin Bowling Championship 2024 (SIOTBC’24) started on Monday until Saturday (June 15) at Megalanes Sarawak, Batu Kawa, Kuching.

It will be their final tune-up before Sukma scheduled in August to be held  at the same venue, and they are set to compete with  Sukma athletes from other states who are also there to test the upgraded lanes.

The championship this year offers a total prize worth RM 162,000 with four categories (Open, Classified, Youth (U21, U19, U16 & U13) and Senior) to be contested .

It has also attratced more than 300 bowlers from 11 countries including Singapore, Thailand, Chinese Taipei, the Philippines, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Brunei, Australia, United Kingdom as  part of the 600 entries.

Sabah team  led by  manager Mohd. Kamsul Shah Kassim with  Aisyah Abdullah as caperon),  Ricky Loh and  Sheridan Abdul Latiff as coaches are represented by the men’s team of  Nabil Aiman, Emmanuel Fo, Bryan Liew, Brendon Liew, Aaron Liew, Awang Syamsul, Dennis Lai and Muhd. Haziq , while the women members are Intan Qistina, Nurul Amirah, Nur Aleeya, Nur Waheedah, Chloe Ho and Dhaniya Marissa Aleeya.

 

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