Hong Kong bowlers (from left to right)  Michael Mak Cheuk-yin, Wu Siu-hong and Tony Wong Kwan-yuen during the Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships at South China Athletic Association. Photos: Edmond So
Hong Kong bowlers (from left to right) Michael Mak Cheuk-yin, Wu Siu-hong and Tony Wong Kwan-yuen during the Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships at South China Athletic Association. Photos: Edmond So

Hong Kong shake off the rust to earn Worlds spot at Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships

  • City’s team, which has struggled amid Covid-19 restrictions, did not win a medal but men’s team qualifies for Kuwait showpiece in October
  • Singapore, Malaysia and Korea top the overall medal tally at South China Athletics Association as event comes to close on Wednesday

Hong Kong bowlers (from left to right)  Michael Mak Cheuk-yin, Wu Siu-hong and Tony Wong Kwan-yuen during the Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships at South China Athletic Association. Photos: Edmond So
Hong Kong bowlers (from left to right) Michael Mak Cheuk-yin, Wu Siu-hong and Tony Wong Kwan-yuen during the Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships at South China Athletic Association. Photos: Edmond So
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