Diagold 1 rules Kadayawan bowlfest

Subscribe Now August 21, 2011 at 10:57am

DIAGOLD 1 captured the 26th Kadayawan Open Bowling Tournament title at the Fairlanes Bowling Center Friday evening. Twice-to-beat Diagold 1 defeated Adventurers 1, 555-525, in just one game to bag the champion's trophy and the P8,000 cash prize. Adventurers 1 took the P6,000 runner-up prize instead.

Third-placer Homer got P4,000 while Jonslibs went home with P3,000. They also received trophies in the event organized by the Sunday Bowlers Club in celebration of the Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival.

Diagold 1 was composed of father-and-son Nonoy and Jayvee Baluyot, Berting and Tata Gorgonio, Bobby Fordaliza and Fritz Barros while Adventurers 1 was bannered by Joe Torres, Mars de Guzman, Vic Pusod, Senen Maligang and Mads Lauro.

The Diagold 1 bowlers topped the seven-game elimination series by hitting a total of 4,293 pinfalls while Homer (4,135) placed second, Jonslibs (4,046) third and Adventurers 1 (4,038) fourth.

In the step-the-ladder finals, Adventurers 1 outclassed Jonslibs, 557-495. Adventurers 1 then went on to hack out a 563-549 win over Homer to arrange a titular showdown with Diagold 1.

Homer relied on the services of Muktan Amsirabe, Sky Sajile, John Sajile, Jojo Sta. Maria, Eric Engracia and Tops Amsirabe while Jonslibs was represented by Jay Libres, Sencio Awid, Boy Fuentes, Dennis Descallar, Marlowe Castillo, Peter Morales and Jun Tabat.

Diagold 1 also won the highest team single (669) and highest team doubles (1,298). Gorgonio also won the highest individual single (169) and highest individual double (294) while John Sajile clinched the highest pinning title (96). Fordaliza shared the limelight by topping the highest individual average (128.57). They all received P300 each for their feats.

Homer's Sta. Maria emerged masters champion to pocket P1,000 while next three placers Bobby Fordaliza of Diagold 1, John Sajile of Homer and Nonoy Baluyot of Diagold 1 finished second, third and fourth, respectively.

The competition was supported by Mayor Inday Sara and Vice Mayor Rody Duterte.

Source: sunstar.com.ph

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