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2016/03/31

 

 

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2016/03/23

 

 【PBA】 PBA Spare Shots

Clara Guerrero Wins Record-Tying Third PBA Regional Title in Texas

Colombia native Clara Guerrero, now residing in Pflugerville, Texas, defeated Anthony Lavery-Spahr of Pasadena, Texas, 246-236, to claim a record-tying third PBA Regional title Sunday in the fifth annual PBA Odessa Southwest Open, presented by Columbia 300 at Astro Bowl in Odessa, Texas.

Guerrero rallied from an early deficit behind two turkeys and she had an opportunity to close out Lavery-Spahr with a double in her 10th frame. A 7 pin on her second shot gave Lavery-Spahr a chance for the win, but needing a double, he could only manage the first strike.

In addition to the $2,500 first place check, Guerrero joined California’s Missy Parkin as the second woman to win three PBA Regional titles.

After finishing seventh in qualifying, Guerrero received a bye to the Round of 12 where she defeated amateur Seth Rutledge from Dallas, 2-1, in their best-of-three-game match. She followed with a 2-0 victory over Mike Bailey of Allen, Texas, and a 238-197 win over Jakob Butturff from Phoenix in the semifinal round.

Lavery-Spahr advanced to the finals by defeating Joe Findling from Mesquite, Texas, 2-0, in the Round of 8, and qualifying leader Martin Bedford from Altus, Okla., 233-228, in the semifinal round.


 

2016/03/21

 

 【PBA International-WBT】 Brunswick Euro Challenge 【Finals】

Jesper Svensson Wins Fourth PBA Tour Title in All-Swedish Brunswick Euro Challenge Finals

Fresh off his Professional Bowlers Association Rookie of the Year season, Swedish two-handed star Jesper Svensson turned back Martin Larsen’s bid for his first title, 228-222, to win his fourth PBA Tour title in the Brunswick Euro Challenge Sunday at Dream-Bowl Palace.

Svensson, the 21-year-old World Youth Champion, won $12,700 along with his sixth European Bowling Tour title in the 13th annual Brunswick Euro Challenge after Larsen’s pocket 7-10 in the ninth frame gave him a chance to win. Needing a double and seven pins in his 10th frame to ice the victory, Svensson responded with a double and nine pins.

Martin Larsen (above left) started the three-player, all-Sweden stepladder finals with a 245-175 victory over Jesper Larsen (above right). The two Larsens are not related.

The Brunswick Euro Challenge was the final event in a three-tournament PBA International-World Bowling Tour series that included stops in Qatar and Bahrain. PBA competition returns to the United States April 1-6 with the PBA Maine Event at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine.

The 2016 PBA League Elias Cup competition will kick off the Maine Event over the April 1-3 weekend, followed by the bowlingball.com PBA Maine Shootout presented by Xtra Frame. The Maine Shootout will be the first of 10 Xtra Frame PBA Tour events scheduled for the 2016 season, each offering a minimum $10,000 first prize plus a PBA Tour title. All Xtra Frame PBA Tour events will be covered start-to-finish on Xtra Frame, the PBA’s online bowling channel. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame link.


 

2016/03/09

 

 【PBA International-WBT】 Kingdom of Bahrain Open 【Finals】

Home Country Favorite Teenage Star Ahmed Al Awadhi Wins 14th Kingdom of Bahrain Open

Home country teenage star Ahmed Al Awadhi survived a two-game title match, defeating Finland’s Osku Palermaa, 240-220 after losing a 234-230 decision in game one, to win the 14th Kingdom of Bahrain Open Wednesday at Funland Bowling Center.

Al Awadhi, a 16-year-old member of Bahrain’s national bowling team, was top qualifier for the Kingdom of Bahrain Open finals, topping Palermaa by seven pins and fellow Bahraini Yousef Falah by 34 pins, thanks to seven-pins-per-game handicap awarded to youth bowler and women in the event. Al Awadhi won the $25,000 first prize, but didn’t get credit for a PBA International Tour title because he is an amateur.

As top qualifier for the three-player stepladder finals, Al Awadhi’s opponent had to beat him twice to win the event. After Palermaa won the first game, Al Awadhi won the decisive game by 20 pins, not needing his handicap allowance. Palermaa advanced to the championship match with a 179-165 decision over Falah.

The Kingdom of Bahrain Open was the second PBA International-World Bowling Tour event of the 2016 season. PBA International-WBT competitors now travel to Munich, Germany, for the Brunswick Euro Challenge at Dream Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany, March 13-20. Josh Blanchard of Mesa, Ariz., is defending champion. PBA fans can follow the action by visiting Bowlingdigital.com or brunswickeurochallenge.com.

PBA Tour competition resumes in the U.S. with the PBA Maine Event, March 31-April 6, at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine. A weekend of PBA League Elias Cup competition April 2-3 will result in four consecutive ESPN telecasts on Sundays at 1 p.m. ET starting April 17. Blanchard will then try to defend his Xtra Frame PBA Maine Shootout April 4-6. The Maine Shootout will be covered live, exclusively on PBA’s video-streaming service, Xtra Frame.


 

2016/03/02

 

 【PBA International-WBT】 H.H. Emir Cup 【Finals】

Danielle McEwan Wins HH Emir Cup in Qatar

Fresh off her victory in the World Bowling Tour Women’s Final, presented by the PBA, Danielle McEwan of Stony Point, N.Y., defeated Bahrain’s Yousif Falah, 540-416, in the two-game total pinfall final match, to win the H.H. Emir Cup Wednesday at Qatar Bowling Centre.

McEwan, who earned US$20,000 for her win, fired games of 266 and 274 at Falah, including eight “handicap” pins-per-game awarded to women bowlers in the event. Falah had games of 224 and 192 in the title match. McEwan didn’t need the bonus pins, but by accepting them, she became ineligible to win a PBA International Tour title.

McEwan advanced to the championship match by defeating another female competitor, Singapore’s Daphne Tan, 435-422, in the semifinal round while Falah was eliminating Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., 498-361, in the other semifinal match.

The H.H. Emir Cup was the first PBA International-World Bowling Tour event of the 2016 season. Competition points earned in Qatar will go toward determining the three men and three women who will compete the 2017 World Bowling Tour Men’s and Women’s Finals presented by the PBA. McEwan, who ranked second on the two-year rolling points list for the 2016 WBT Women’s Finals and No. 2 Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, N.Y., and top qualifier Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J., to win the $20,000 women’s first prize.

PBA International-WBT competition continues with the Kingdom of Bahrain Open at Ozone Entertainment Centre in Manama, Bahrain, March 3-9, and the Brunswick Euro Challenge at Dream Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany, March 13-20. Sweden’s Jesper Svensson is defending champion in Bahrain; Josh Blanchard of Mesa, Ariz., is defending champion in Munich. PBA fans can follow the action in Bahrain by visiting abf-online.org; in Munich by visiting brunswickeurochallenge.com, and both events at http://www.bowlingdigital.com/.

Blanchard and the PBA contingent will then return to the U.S. for the PBA Maine Event, March 31-April 6, at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine. A weekend of PBA League Elias Cup competition April 2-3 will result in four consecutive ESPN telecasts on Sundays at 1 p.m. ET starting April 17, Blanchard will then try to defend his Xtra Frame PBA Maine Shootout April 4-6. The Maine Shootout will be covered live, exclusively on PBA’s video-streaming service, Xtra Frame.

 

川口富美恵がプロの部優勝!

先日、2月27日(土)・28日(日)の2日間にわたり、メリーランドタケオボウルにて承認大会・第7回佐賀レディースプロアマオープントーナメントが開催されました。

予選6Gを投げてアマチュア上位30名、プロ10名が決勝3Gを投球。予選でもぶっちぎりでトップを独走していた川口富美恵が、さらに勢いを増して2位以下に差を付け、最後まで首位を守り抜きました。

またアマチュアの部では中学生の中島望結選手が優勝。決勝3Gのスコアはなんと川口の731ピンを上回る750ピンを叩き出すという活躍を見せてくれました。


 

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