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Singapore, Makati teams reap top prizes in bowling event

17 April 2019

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By Vir B. Lumicao

Singapore-based Filipinos dominated the Australasian Filipino Bowlers’ Friendship Games 2019 held on Apr 6-7 in Hong Kong by winning the ladies’ singles, ladies’ masters and men’s masters.

But the bowlers from Makati took top honors in the overall team standing.

 Hosts Filipino Bowling Club of Hong Kong picked up a gold trophy courtesy of its founder and president Jenny Gafate, who rolled 236 for the ladies’ masters high game.

The Hong Kong-based team reaped thanks and praise for their successful hosting of the event, which this year saw a team from Britain join their fellow Filipinos in the fun.

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On their flight back to London, the guys from the UK said the “fun and laughter were remarkable memories to treasure” while the Australia-based bowlers, on their journey back to Melbourne, called it “one helluva event”. 

The two-day tournament opened on Apr 6 at Dacos Bowling Centre in Tsuen Wan with Deputy Consul General Germinia Usudan welcoming the various teams.

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Former Ambassador to Australia Minda Cruz, who had served as a consul in Hong Kong, set the tone for the tournament by exhorting players to help a charity of their choice through their events such as this.

Responding to her appeal, Gafate said part of the funds raised during the event was donated to the children’s cancer foundation that the retired diplomat was supporting. 

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FBCHK’s Miko Cabazor, Jimmy Manalo and Jon Suarez added to the hosts’ trophies by finishing second, third and fourth in the men’s masters.

The Makati Thursday Bowlers Club Team 3 and Team 4, playing for the first time in Hong Kong, captured trophies for placing first and fourth in the team event with 112.5 and 25 points, respectively.



Filipino Bowling Club of Singapore Team 8 logged 62.5 points for second place and FBCS Team 12 scored 12.50 points to salvage fifth place.

Jun Orlina took two more gold trophies via his first place finishes in the men’s singles and all-events, while teammate Mark Matias placed fifth in the men’s masters and Manny Laurel took the silver in the all-events.

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FBCS, however, had the most copious harvest with gold trophies in the ladies’ singles via a first-place finish by Arlene Midoranda at 56.25 points, and in the ladies’ masters through Josie Isip’s 112.50 points.

The Filipinas from Singapore swept the ladies’ singles with Fay Lugue earning 31.25 points, Josie Isip 18.75, Sani Poseco 12.50 and Aida Rebellon 6.25 on the top five places.

Then Isip, Roselle Martin and Midoranda finished first, second and third in the ladies’ masters. In the all-events, Lugue was the only woman in the top three.

John Kiac added a gold trophy for FBCS by earning 112.50 points in the men’s masters while Ronnie Santos Jr rolled a 252 to win the gold trophy for men’s masters high game.
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