Bowling: Malaysia's Rafiq Ismail and Korea's Jung Da Wun are Singapore International Open champs

Singapore Bowling Federation President Jessie Phua and Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth Sim Ann pictured with winners of the 49th Singapore International Open finals.
Singapore Bowling Federation President Jessie Phua and Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth Sim Ann pictured with winners of the 49th Singapore International Open finals.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
Singaporean bowler Cherie Tan (centre), who finished in third place, takes a selfie with South Korean bowlers.
Singaporean bowler Cherie Tan (centre), who finished in third place, takes a selfie with South Korean bowlers.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

SINGAPORE - Malaysian bowler Rafiq Ismail won the Men's Open at the Singapore International Open on Sunday (June 11).

He beat South Korea's Ryu Ji Hoon 266-244 in the step-ladder finals.

Jung Da Wun won the all-Korean Women's Open final, rolling out a 243-146 win over Kang Sujin.

Held at the SingaporeBowling@Rifle Range from May 27 to June 11, the 49th edition of the Open featured 692 bowlers from 15 countries competing for a prize purse of over $170,000.