Bowling: Singapore bowler Joel Tan wins Milo International Junior All-Stars in perfect day

National bowler Joel Tan at the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Krasnoyarsk in Russia in 2013. He was in top form as he notched four 300-pinfall games yesterday, two in qualifying, one in the Masters and another in the step ladder finals at the 1
National bowler Joel Tan at the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Krasnoyarsk in Russia in 2013. He was in top form as he notched four 300-pinfall games yesterday, two in qualifying, one in the Masters and another in the step ladder finals at the 15th Milo International Junior All-Stars Bowling Championship at Malaysia's Sunway Mega Lanes. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE BOWLING FEDERATION

Young Joel Tan was in top form as he notched four 300-pinfall games yesterday, two in qualifying, one in the Masters and another in the step ladder finals at the 15th Milo International Junior All-Stars Bowling Championship at Malaysia's Sunway Mega Lanes.

The 19-year-old kegler also won the Boys Open title, edging out Indonesia's Adhiguna Widiantoro 248-245 in the second deciding match.

This is not the first time the national bowler has bowled perfect games in his career.

He notched his first 300 at the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Russia last November and repeated the feat at the Malaysian Open in May.

"But I never expect to get four perfect games in one day," the Republic Polytechnic sports and leisure management final year student said.

"If I had one, it is already a blessing. But to hit 12 consecutive strikes four times, it is unbelievable."

Joey Yeo was Singapore's top finisher in the Girls Open in seventh position out of 36 bowlers with 2,241 total pinfalls in 10 games.