"I'm glad that we got the last minute permission to come to Kuwait to compete in the TOC," said the 34-year-old Wendy Chai. "I only bowled in the tour once last year and was very lucky to secure a spot in the grand finals. And winning it fr the third time is especially rewarding."
Wu won US$20,000 as champion with Tseng settling for US$8,000. Both the losing semi-finalists, Mohammed Al Zaidan and Yannaphon earned US$4,000 each. Chai was richer by US$10,000 after emerging as champion.
Jo took home US$5,000 for her effort while both the Indonesian women, Sharon Limansantoso and Novie Phang earned US$3,000 each. Mahmood Fetelah, Vice President of Kuwait Youth & Sports Council and Sheikh Talal M. Al-Sabah, ABF and Kuwait Bowling Federation President presented the trophies to the champions.
Kuwait will also be hosting the second leg of this year's ABF Tour on March 20 after the 9th Kuwaiti International Open, the sixth stop of the WTBA World Bwling Tour from 15 to 19 March at Cozmo Bwling Center in Salmiya City.
For further information and details, please contact ABF Tour Committee at Tel: +852 2893 6039, Fax: +852 2893 6290; Email: email@example.com.