SEA Games: New Hui Fen wins women's singles bowling gold, teammate Shayna Ng claims the bronze

Team Singapore bowler New Hui Fen (right) won gold while teammate Shayna Ng claimed a bronze in the women's singles.
Team Singapore bowler New Hui Fen (right) won gold while teammate Shayna Ng claimed a bronze in the women's singles.PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
New Hui Fen struck gold at the 30th SEA Games after scoring a total of 1,372 pinfalls to finish first in the women's singles.
New Hui Fen struck gold at the 30th SEA Games after scoring a total of 1,372 pinfalls to finish first in the women's singles. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO

MANILA - Team Singapore bowler New Hui Fen has struck gold at the 30th SEA Games after scoring a total of 1,372 pinfalls to finish first in the women's singles.

Teammate Shayna Ng claimed the bronze with 1,271 pinfalls.

Cherie Tan, who won the gold at the last edition of the Games in 2017, finished 13th out of 28 bowlers with 1, 171, while her sister Daphne Tan was fifth after scoring 1,247.

Day 1 of the bowling competition at the SEA Games continues in the afternoon with the Singapore men's bowlers to compete in the men's singles final.