Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Pacific Bowl KB Mall..

18 Jun 2010

Pacific Bowl KB Mall
1st Floor, KB Mall, Jalan Hamzah 15050 Kota Bahru
Tel : 09-7476622  Fax : 09-7475225
Brunswick 30 lane

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Sunday, June 27, 2010


SUKMA (Sukan Malaysia) XIII held in Melaka has proven to be the best for some states, but disappointing for others. As far as bowling is concerned, it has proven to be the best for Sarawak. With a total haul of 7 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze medals, they have surpassed their official goal of 4 gold medals. Wilayah Persekutuan gave them a good fight by amassing 4 gold medals, 5 silver medals and 1 bronze medal.

What this year’s results show is a far cry from past SUKMAs when powerhouses like Selangor, Penang and even Sabah, dominated most of the medals on offer. What went wrong? I suppose it’s back to the drawing board for some states to dissect their performance.

Having said that, the youths who dominated this year’s tournament have proven their worth. The majority of them are either in the country’s national backup squad or national youths.

 Victorious Sarawak Boys

Victorious Wilayah Persekutuan Girls

The Masters Finals for both the Boys and Girls categories were thrilling to watch. With a final push for the last two medals on offer, it was a ‘now or never’ attitude for all concerned. It turned out to be Wilayah Persekutuan’s day. They captured both the gold medals, although it wasn’t smooth sailing at any moment of time.

In the Girls category, eventual champion Nur Umirah of Wilayah Persekutuan had to fight her way up as 5th seed. In the quarterfinals, she defeated Sarawak’s Jacqueline Sijore with games of 257-194 and 226-184 to set up a match with Siti Shazwani of Johore. With games of 211-184 and 213-168, Umirah emerged victorious. In the Finals, Penang’s Fatin Syazliana was no push over. Fatin bowled games of 212/202/175, but Nur Umirah replied with games of 165/245/259 to win her first SUKMA gold medal.

In the Boys category, top seed Syimir Abdul Razak of Wilayah Persekutuan had a close call with 5th seed Muhd Aizudeen of Selangor breathing down his neck. Syimir had earlier disposed off Dinie Faliq of Melaka with games of 239-183 and 258-222 at the quarterfinals. Aizudeen won the first game on 256-232 only to lose the second game on 189-257. Forcing a third game decider, underdog Aizudeen had finished on a 236 game. He could only wait to see if Syimir could do the impossible by striking home to beat him by 1 pin. Being the more experienced of the two, this National Youth proved he is no fluke…he finished on a 237 game to set up a final match with 2nd seed Jonathan Ding. What ensued was a thrilling match…with Syimir and Jonathan matching each other frame for frame. Syimir lost game1 on 198-202. He made up with a win in game2 with 246-179. The finale was a repeat of his match with Aizudeen…he won by 1 pin on a 259-258 game.

From Sir Jonathan
ABC To Bowling

Thursday, June 10, 2010

There You Go..

Refer to last posted an article on The Perfect Strike a year ago (2009/02/22) from Sir Jonathan ABC To Bowling. He believe what he have for you today will benefit many bowlers who always lament leaving pin 10 standing.

LEAVING THE 10 PIN: A Close Examination
Most of the time when a good shot is thrown into the pocket, we anticipate a strike. This does not always happen. Your first thought could be you were just unlucky. Let me tell you this…luck has very little to do with it. The two diagrams I’ve drawn for you will explain exactly what has actually taken place.

You are looking at the ball hitting the pocket at a 60-ft distance. The ball could have struck the head pin slightly heavy (diagram A) or it could have struck the head pin slightly light (diagram B). Of course there’s always the question of the ball’s angle of entry to consider.

 2nd prize
Tournament with Full Time Businessman Group
29 May 2010 at ABS Bowl South City

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