Bowling: Saw wins maiden S'pore Open title, Yeong-Nathan her second

This photo shows Keith Saw clinching his first major bowling honour in 2012, winning the men’s singles title at the 22nd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships in Hong Kong. The bowler has won his first national title on Saturday, when he came out tops
This photo shows Keith Saw clinching his first major bowling honour in 2012, winning the men’s singles title at the 22nd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships in Hong Kong. The bowler has won his first national title on Saturday, when he came out tops in the men's Open step-ladder final of the 45th Singapore National Bowling Championship. -- PHOTO: TERENCE YAW FOR SINGAPORE BOWLING 

Bowler Keith Saw won his first national title on Saturday, when he came out tops in the men's Open step-ladder final of the 45th Singapore National Bowling Championship.

After seeing off third seed Muhammad Jaris Goh by 248-184 pinfalls to advance into the final, the 20-year-old second seed defeated top seed Tay Hui Chiang, also 20, over two games (218-213, 218-195) to seal victory.

In the women's Open final, second seed Jasmine Yeong-Nathan was crowned champion for the second time, after prevailing in the two-game step-ladder final against top seed Kristin Quah.

The 26-year-old management consultant set up a final showdown with the 18-year-old after beating third seed Geraldine Ng 205-201, before dispatching Kristin 250-193 and 264-163.