Ahmer Abbas won the Master Event & Janet Shaikh won the Women’s Singles Title of 3rd Saldera Open Tenpin Bowling Championship 2016
OPEN SINGLES: Ali Suria win the Open single Tile with outstanding performance and beat top seeded Ahmer Abbass Saldera with close match in step leader Final 185 ,183, Ali Suria received PKR 40,000 cash award along with a Winning Trophy, while Ahmer Abbas Saldera was the Runners-up received PKR 20,000 with a Runner up trophy, whereas Daniyal Shah secured 3rd position and he was awarded PKR 10,000 cash along with a trophy.
WOMEN’S SINGLES: Janet Shaikh lead the Women Category with the average of 162 Average Score and received 10,000 Cash Award along with Winning Trophy, Ayesha Abbas Saldera was the runners-up with average 135 Average and received Rs.5,000 cash prize with a Runners up Trophies . Noor Haironi from malaysia secured 3rd position with 128 Avg received 2,500 rupees and trophies.
GRADED SINGLES: Sarim Kazim with stunning performance secured 1st position received PKR 25,000 cash award along with a Winning Trophy, Taha Muzamil was the Runners-up and received PKR 15,000 and a Runners up Trophy, Abdul Hye earned 3rd position and he received PKR 7,500 and trophy.
NOVICE (Beginners SINGLES): Abdula Tahir with striking performance scored 1st position (171 Avg. received PKR 6,000 cash award along with a Winning Trophy, young Unaib Shafi a 13 yr old was the Runners-up (168 Avg), received PKR 4,000 and a Runners up Trophy, Shazeb Memon took 3rd Position (161 Avg) and he received PKR 2,000 and trophy
UNDER 12: Ibrahim Aziz with stunning performance secured 1st position (146 Avg pts), received PKR 5,000 cash award along with a Winning Trophy, Amna Saldera was the Runners-up (118 avg), received PKR 3,000 and a Runners up Trophy, Abdur Rehman earned 3rd position (83 avg) and he received PKR 2,000 and trophy.
UNDER 24: Ahmer Abbas with injured Thumb showed a stunning performance secured 1st position with a 216 Average pts, received PKR 10,000 cash award along with a Winning Trophy, Daniyal Shah was the Runners-up with average of 200, received PKR 5,000 and a Runners up Trophy, Ali Suria the defending Champion of under 24 earned 3rd position with average of 161 and he received PKR 2,500 and trophy. and jawad Usman on 4th Position with 147 average
DOUBLE: After the aggressive game play Shabbir Lahkarwala & Imran Bapra secured 1st position and received Rs.20,000 and a Winning Trophies. The 2nd Position was obtained by Ashiq Ali & Haroon Anwer received Rs.16,000 cash prize with Runners up Trophies. The 3rd Position was secured by Danyal Shah & Aleem Agha received 6,000 rupees and trophies
DOUBLES GRADED: After the aggressive game play Taha Mazumal & Asfand yar Younas secured 1st position and received Rs.10,000 and a Winning Trophies. The 2nd Position was obtained by Danish Bakshi & Abdul Hye and received Rs.6,000 cash prize with Runners up Trophies. The 3rd Position was secured by Osama Ayoub & Abid Ahmed received 4,000 rupees and trophies
MIX TEAM: In team events Category Janet Shaikh Team secured the place in final by defeating the Muhammad Fazil team. The players of Winning Team Janet Shaikh, Ahmed Shakhani, Danish Bakshi & Abdul Hye grabbed the Winning Trophy and were awarded Rs 24,000 , while team Mohammad Fazil, Farhan Mania, Jawwad Usman & Dr Ali Mohsin won Runners-up Trophy and a Rs 16000.while Ahmer Abbas Saldera, Afzal Akhtar, Waqas Ali & Farhaj Ahmed secure 3rd position and received Rs.12,000 Cash Award with Trophy.
While talking to Media, Romis Ali, Founder General Secretary of STBA said “Federation is taking serious steps to promote bowling in Pakistan. Time is not far away when we will truly enlighten the name of our country across the world. He said he hopes the Government will take a keen interest to promote bowling in Pakistan and come forward to establish Bowling Alleys in every Province Capital of Pakistan.
Aleem Agha, Senior Vice President of STBA, appealed to Government of Sindh that Tenpin Bowling has not yet been able to establish its own club with Training facilities and the players are facing lot of difficulties in this regards. Government can play its part and extend support to Association for suited measures. In order to take part in international events we desperately need training and coaching facilities to polish the skills of our player in befitting manners. We can get our share as this sport is much popular and being played in 144 countries. While maintaining our Bowling Club we will be able to train our young players and get them attracted to this sport. It is renowned fact we do have skills of international standards and this event is the evidence of it.