Bowling: After more than a decade, Sid Allen ends role as consultant to S'pore federation

Sid Allen (centre) was first engaged in 1995 to conduct bowling clinics for teachers. PHOTO: COURTESY OF SUREIN SANDRASAGERAN
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SINGAPORE - After a longstanding partnership with the Singapore Bowling Federation, Sid Allen will leave his role as consultant on Tuesday (Aug 23). His contract, reviewed on a yearly basis, was not renewed.

The Canadian, 73, will return to Melbourne, where his family live, before looking into part-time roles. He told The Straits Times: "I fully understand why it's taken place. It's just the transition that takes place when new leadership comes in.

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