National Sports Federation for Tenpin Bowling in India
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Shabbir Dhankot of TamilNadu & Anukriti Bishnoi of Haryana won National titles at the Uniply 28th National Tenpin Bowling Championships, which concluded at Amoeba, Church Street, Bangalore.
In Men’s category, Shabbir Dhankot (TN) won his 3rd National title defeating top-seed Akaash Ashok Kumar of Karnataka (486 – 474) by 12 pins. In the Women’s category top-seed Anukriti Bishnoi (HAR) won her First National Title defeating Defending Champion Sumathi Nallabantu of Telangana (460 –360) by 100 pins.
Earlier in the day, in the stepladder round, played based on cumulative pinfall of two games, in Match 1 of Men’s category, 3rd placed S A Hameed (DEL) lost to 4th placed Shabbir Dhankot (TN) (475 – 444) by 31 pins.
In Match 2, Shabbir Dhankot (TN) beat Defending Champion Dhruv Sarda (DEL) (486 – 460) by 26 pins. Shabbir was trailing by 14 pins at the end of Game 1, scored 3 strikes in a row to end Game 2 with a score of 264 as against 224 of Dhruv and moved to Finals.
In Match 1 of the stepladder round of Women’s category, 2nd placed Sumathi Nallabantu of Telangana comfortably beat 3rd placed Anuradha Sarda (462 - 399) by 63 pins to move to finals against Anukriti of Haryana.
In the Men’s category, Akaash Ashok Kumar of Karnataka (6735 pinfall & 210.447 average) finished at the top position after 32 games, followed by Dhruv Sarda of Delhi (6630 pinfall & 207.19 average), S A Hameed of Delhi (6568 pinfall & 205.25 average) & Shabbir Dhankot of TamilNadu (6347 pinfall & 198.34 average) in 2nd, 3rd and 4th positions respectively and qualified for the stepladder round earlier. In Women’s category Anukriti Bishnoi (HAR) finished at the top spot (3478 pins at 173.90 average) after 20 games after Round 2, followed by Sumathi Nallabantu of Telangana (3455 pinfall & 172.75 average) & Anuradha Sarda of Delhi (3388 pinfall and 169.40 average) at 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.
Special Prizes: Most Promising Player: Salman Khan (KAR) Maximum number of scores above 225 (Men’s category): Dhruv Sarda (DEL) - 10 Maximum number of scores above 200 (Women’s category): Sabeena Athica (TN) – 3 Highest Block of 6 Games (Men’s category) – Akaash Ashok Kumar (KAR) - 1401 Highest Block of 6 Games (Women’s category) – Anuradha Sarda (DEL) - 1083
Former Commonwealth Medalist Shaik Abdul Hameed was in blistering form scoring 1320 pins in Round 2 of Men’s Category of the Uniply 28th National Tenpin Bowling Championships, currently underway at Amoeba, Church Street, Bangalore.
Hameed who played 3rd block of 6 games on Long oil conditions started the day with high game of 235 in Game 1 and bowled steadily in the next 4 games scoring 208, 266, 179, 205 in Game 2, Game 3, Game 4 and Game 5. He finished the day with a high game of 227 and finishing the day with total pinfall of 1320 at an average of 220. Hameed who was placed 13th overnight jumped to overall 4th position.
Akaash Ashok Kumar (1196) continues to stay on top at the end of Round 1 followed by Dhruv Sarda (3632) in 2nd position and Shabbir Dhankot (3556) in 3rd position.
In the Women’s category, Anuradha Sarda (2121) of Delhi finished on top of the table after 2nd block of 6 games in Round 1. Defending Champion Sumathi Nallabantu (2024) of Telangana is in second position and is trailing Anuradha by 97 pins. Sabeena Athica (2013) of TamiNadu and Anukriti Bishnoi (1973) of Haryana are in 3rd and 4th positions respectively.
At the end of Round 1, top 8 Women bowlers made it to Round 2 which includes 2 Bowlers from Karnataka, 2 from Telangana and 1 each from TamilNadu, Delhi, Haryana and West Bengal. As part of Round 2, top 8 Women bowlers will bowl two blocks of 4 games each.
Top 12 Men Bowlers based on total pinfall of 24 games will move to Round 3 and will play 8 games (4 games on Long oil and 4 games on Medium oil) tomorrow morning. Top 4 Men based on cumulative pinfall of 32 games will move to Final round, to be played tomorrow afternoon.
Top 8 Women bowlers who moved to Round 2, will play 8 games (4 games on Long oil and 4 games on Medium oil) tomorrow morning. Top 3 Women based on cumulative pinfall of 20 games will move to Final round to be played in the afternoon.
Finals will be played at 5:00 pm tomorrow and Prize distribution function will be held at 6:00 pm.
Anuradha Sarda of Delhi topped the table in the Women’s category, with total pinfall of 1083 on Day 3 of the Uniply 28th National Tenpin Bowling Championships, currently underway at Amoeba, Church Street, Bangalore. Playing her first block of 6 games in Round 1 on Long oil conditions Anuradha Sarda (DEL) started the day with score of 176 followed it up with scores of 177, 180, 188, 162 and 200 in the next 5 games and finished the day with total pinfall of 1083 at an average of 180.50. Defending National Champion Sumathi Nallabantu (Telangana) is currently placed second with total pinfall of 1035. Sumathi who was leading the table at the end of Game 4 surrendered the lead to Anuradha with a low game of 126 in Game 5. She bounced back with a high game of 202 in Game 6, but still trialing Anuradha by 48 pins at the end of first block of 6 Games. Geetha Poojary of Karnataka scored 172, 139, 150, 146 and 177 in the first 5 games and in Games 6 she scored 222 to finish in Third position. Anukriti Bhisnoi (993) of Haryana is in Fourth position.
In Men’s category, at the end of Round 1, Top 40 Men bowlers, ranked based on total pinfall of 12 games moved to Round 2, which include 14 Bowlers from TamilNadu and 11 Bowlers from Karnataka and 3 each from Delhi and Telangana, and 2 each from Maharashtra, and 1 each from West Bengal, Gujarat, Kerala, Goa and Haryana. Akaash Ashok Kumar (KAR) consolidated his lead over other competitors. Akaash is leading the table with total pinfall of 2567 at an average of 213.92 in 12 games and he is leading over second placed Defending Champion Dhruv Sarda (2438) by 129 pins. Parvez Ahmed (KAR) is in third position with total pinfall of 2346. In the Women’s category, all bowlers will bowl second block of 6 games as part of Round 1, tomorrow morning and in the Men’s category, in Round 2, all 40 bowlers will bowl their 2nd block of 6 games on Medium oil.
Akaash Ashok Kumar of Karnataka set the lanes on fire scoring his personal best 1401 pins in 2nd block of 6 games of Round 1 at the Uniply 28th National Tenpin Bowling Championship, currently underway at Amoeba, Church Street, Bangalore.
In the 2nd Block of 6 games, played on Medium Oil Condition, Akaash started with scores of 214 and 215 in his first 2 games. In game 3 he scored 279 and followed it up with impressive scores of 235, 224 and 234. He moved up to the top position with total Pin fall of 2567 in 12 games with an Average of 213.92.
Defending Champion Dhruv Sarda of Delhi put up a fine display scoring 1354 (250,238,279,213,186&188). Dhruv, who was in 15th position overnight, moved to 2nd position. Parvez Ahmed of Karnataka scored 1164 pins in his 2nd block dropped to 3rd position, with total pin fall of 2344.
5 bowlers from Karnataka are currently placed in top 12 Positions.
Detailed Score Sheets ( Upto Round 2 Batch D ) are attached in this article and available for download.
Elite squad members Parvez Ahmed and Akaash Ashok Kumar of Karnataka continued to maintain their lead at the end of first Block of 6 Games in Round 1 of Uniply 28th National Tenpin Bowling Championship, currently underway at Amoeba, Church Street, Bangalore. At the end of Round 1, Parvez Ahmed (1184) finished on top and is leading Akaash Ashok Kumar (1166) by18 pins.
Dinesh Kumar G (1158) and Akram Baig (1144) of TamilNadu are in Third and Fourth positions respectively, after first block of six games in Round 1. Dinesh Kumar started the day with scores of 170 and 191 in Game 1 and Game 2. He opened four frames in Game 3 which resulted in low score of 139. Hecovered it up with high games of 226, 245 and 187 in Game 4, Game 5 and Game 6 and finishing the day with total pinfall of 1158 pins in 6 games. Akram Baig started the day with high game of 223 and played consistently to score 170, 197, 194, 172 and 188 in the next 5 games and finished the day with total pinfall of 1144 in 6 games. Soban D is in Fifth position with total pinfall of 1143 in the first block of 6 games.
Second Block of 6 games on Medium Oil Conditions is currently underway.
Elite squad members Parvez Ahmed and Akaash Ashok Kumar of Karnataka finished on top at the end of first two squads of Round 1 of Uniply 28th National Tenpin Bowling Championship, currently underway at Amoeba, Church Street, Bangalore.
Playing on tougher Long oil conditions, Parvez started the day with a score of 170 in Game 1 followed it up with a 222 and 216 in Game 2 and Game 3. He opened three frames in Game 4 which resulted in low score of 176. He covered it up with two games of 200 in Game 5 and Game 6 and finishing the day with total pinfall of 1184 pins in 6 games.
Akaash Ashok Kumar (1166) is in second position, trailing Parvez by 18 pins. Akaash started the day with 191 in Game 1 and followed it up with 202, 184 and 172 in Game 2, Game 3 and Game 4. He finished strongly scoring 200 and 217 in Game 5 and Game 6 and ended the day with total pinfall of 1166 pins in 6 games.
Navneet Lahoti (1136) of West Bengal and Former National Champion Shabbir Dhankot (1128) of TamilNadu is in Third and Fourth positions respectively, after first block of six games. Defending Champion Dhruv Sarda of Delhi had a bad day in office with only two high games of 210 and 205 and rest of 4 games below 200, ending the day with total pinfall of 1084 pins.
Four more Squads are yet to complete First Block of six games on Long oil conditions as part of Round 1.
In 28th UNTBC Centralised Qualifying Trials 2018 - Round 1, Prashanth G finished on top after completion of 12 games in Round 1. He bowled a total of 1332 pin fall with an Avg of 222.00 in 2nd block of 6 games in round 1 and finished with an overall avg. of 198.33.
After comopletion of Round 2 8 games, Prashant G retained his top position taking his total to 3744 pin fall and overall average 187.20 average. Top 12 bowlers ( as per list in score sheets below ) have qualified for 28th UNTBC 2018.
The Centralized Qualifying Trials is open to all Men bowlers who have not qualified through State Ranking Events or Trials in their respective States held in India and All Overseas based Indian bowlers, including those who could not qualify inthe Overseas trials.
These Qualifying Rounds will be held at Amoeba, Church Street, Bangalore, from 31st Jan – 2nd Feb 2018.
The schedule, format, entry fee, rules and contact information are provided in the sections below.
First block of 6 games will be played on Rome – 45’ on 31st January.
Second block of 6 games will be played on 18th ASBC – 42’ on 1st February.
Top 20 bowlers based on total pin fall of 12 games will qualify for Round II.
Top 20 qualifiers will play 2 blocks of 4 games each.
First block of 4 games will be played on Rome – 45’ on 2nd February.
Second block of 4 games will be played on 18th ASBC – 42’ on 2nd February..
Top 8 bowlers based on total pinfall of 20 games will qualify to participate in 28th UNTBC – 2018. [In addition to those who qualified through State Ranking Tournaments / Trials / Wild Cards]
Note: Number of bowlers who qualify from the above mentioned Qualifying Rounds will be minimum 12.
All games will be in league format.
Rules other than the ones specifically mentioned in the Rules section will be in accordance with WTBA playing rules.
Use of Powder on the lanes or shoes is not allowed
Out Of Turn Play
In case a bowler bowls on the wrong lane or out of turn that frame will not be considered regardless of whether it is a strike or a split. The bowler must re-bowl the frame on the correct lane or turn
Late to the event
When a bowler arrives after the start of the Squad he loses the number of games or frames that have been completed by the bowlers in his lane
Ex: If a bowler arrives after his allocated co-bowler has completed 1 game and 5 frames in the second game, he will start bowling from 5th frame of that game
Lane maintenance will be done before the start of every Squad
Rome - 45’
18th ASBC - 42’
Tie breaking rule
Tie for all ranking positions will be decided on the highest score in last game of the last block. (In case there is a tie in last game score, the previous will be considered to break the tie and this will go on until the tie is broken
All the bowlers must wear collared tee shirts.
All members should strive to conduct themselves in a mature and sportsmanlike manner.
Kicking ball returns, chairs, etc. and loud profanity will not be tolerated. A member consistently displaying this type of unsportsmanlike behavior will be given a code of ethics violation.
All the bowlers are requested to voluntarily bring to notice incidents like jump ball, out of turn play etc. to the lane master.
In case of any disputes, the tournament committee will resolve the disputes.
ENTRY FEES: Rs. 2000 per bowler to be paidat the venue.
Last date for giving entry is 29th JAN 2018.
Maximum No. of participants will not exceed 60.
Allocation of Batches will be on first come first served basis.
Last date for submission of Entries : On or before 29th JAN, 2018
For further details, please contact:
Mr. R. Kannan, Secretary General TBF(I) : +919845021223
Mr. Parvez Ahmed, Event Coordinator: +919611399797