ACTBA from Angeles, Pampanga joins its first Philippine International Open
ACTBA headed by its president Paul Mercado and Hon. Jae Flores of the City Council of Angeles City, joins its first Philippine International Open. ACTBA who has been very active in the last local tournaments expects to replicate its victories in Baguio and Davao. Bowlers from their association will vie for titles in the 16 and under Youth, Seniors, Graded and Associate Masters to be played on May 28 and 29.
The 2017 Philippine International Open is hosted by the Philippine Bowling Federation, the country’s only governing bowling body is supported by the Philippine Sports Commission, Philippine Olympic Committee World Bowling and Asian Bowling Federation.
The tournament is participated in by bowlers from Australia, Bahrain, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Guam U.S.A. and Philippines with its own bowlers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
A total of over 3,000 singles have been played to qualify in 12 divisions. The championships will conclude with the Masters finals for the Associate division and the Graded division on May 28.
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