Saudi Arabia's Abdullah Al Dolijan wins season-ending ABF Tour event in Riyadh

    12/03/14

    2014 ABF Tour #9

    Shaker Al-Hassan (UAE) and Sharon Limansantoso (INA) win the 2014 ABFT men's and women's point ranking

    2014ABFT09AbdullahAlDolijan.jpg Local favorite Abdullah Al Dolijan (pictured) won his first career Asian Bowling Federation (ABF) Tour title in the Saudi Arabia leg Wednesday, December 3, at Universal Bowling Center in Riyadh as he flew past Khaled Al Dubyyan of Kuwait, 223-147, in the title match.

    The top 16 ABF members of the 8th Kingdom International Open advanced to the season-ending tournament of 2014 Tour.

    In the opening round, Al Dolijan sidelined Salman Al Shehri, Saudi Arabia, 222-192, and went on to defeat Yousif Falah of Bahrain in the Round of 8, 221-173. In the semifinals Al Dolijan ousted Bader Al Shaikh, Saudi Arabia, 187-179, while Al Dubyyan, topped Hong Kong's Michael Mak, 230-218.

    Shaker Al-Hassan, United Arab Emirates, emerged as the men's point ranking leader while Sharon Limansantoso of Indonesia finished atop the women's ranking. The top 16 in the men's and women's ranking qualified for the ABF Tour Tournament of Champions.

    ABFTourLogo_small.jpg The 2014 ABF Tour consisted of nine legs, five in the Middle East (Bahrain, Kuwait, Egypt, UAE and Saudi Arabia) with a men's division only and four in East and South East Asia (Thailand, Hong Kong, Macau and Indonesia) featuring men and women in separate divisions.

    Players earned ranking points based on how they finish in each event. The top 16 men and the top 16 women in the point ranking qualified for the ABF Tour Tournament of Champions scheduled for March 17-18, 2015 in Kuwait.

    Photo courtesy of www.abftour.com.

     


    Related Articles


    Sharon Limansantoso, Mike Chan victorious in ABF Tour Indonesia leg
    Yousif Falah wins his second career ABF Tour title in Dubai
    Sharon Limansantoso, Yeri Ramadona sweep the titles for Indonesia in ABFT Macau leg
    Putty Armein, Eric Tseng end ABF Tour title drought in Hong Kong
    Mohamed Al Saud captures his second ABF Tour title in Egypt
    Kritsanakorn Sangaroon, Shaik Abdul Hameed win their first ABF Tour title in Thailand
    Mahmood Al-Attar wins his first Asian Bowling Federation Tour title in Kuwait
    Shaker Al-Hassan starts 2014 Asian Bowling Federation Tour with victory in Bahrain
    2014 Asian Bowling Federation Tour Schedule & Champions

     


    2014 ABF Tour Saudi Arabia leg - Men's Division only


    Universal Bowling Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (December 3, 2014)

    Championship:
    Abdullah Al Dolijan, Saudi Arabia def. Khaled Al Dubyyan, Kuwait, 223-147

    Semifinal:
    Khaled Al Dubyyan, Kuwait def. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 230-218
    Abdullah Al Dolijan, Saudi Arabia def. Bader Al Shaikh, Saudi Arabia, 187-179

    Quarterfinal:
    Khaled Al Dubyyan, Kuwait def. Yasser Abu Alreesh, Saudi Arabia, 176-142
    Michael Mak, Hong Kong def. Rakan Al-Amiri, Kuwait, 238-219
    Abdullah Al Dolijan, Saudi Arabia def. Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 221-173
    Bader Al Shaikh, Saudi Arabia def. Mohamed Al Saud, Saudi Arabia, 176-161

    Round of 16:
    Khaled Al Dubyyan, Kuwait def. Mohammed Sultan, Bahrain, 207-166
    Yasser Abu Alreesh, Saudi Arabia def. Abdulrahman Al Kheliawi, Saudi Arabia, 209-189 Rakan Al-Amiri, Kuwait def. Yaqoub Al-Shatti, Kuwait, 212-202
    Michael Mak, Hong Kong def. Shaik Abdul Hameed, India, 220-212
    Yousif Falah, Bahrain def. Majed Aslani, Saudi Arabia, 181-166
    Abdullah Al Dolijan, Saudi Arabia def. Salman Al Shehri, Saudi Arabia, 222-192
    Mohamed Al Saud, Saudi Arabia def. Salem Al Hajras, Kuwait, 201-171
    Bader Al Shaikh, Saudi Arabia def. Adel Al Barqi, Saudi Arabia, 233-192

     


    2014 ABF Tour Saudi Arabia leg - Men's Final Standings


    Players with position, country and ranking points

    1. Abdullah Al Dolijan, Saudi Arabia, 75
    2. Khaled Al Dubyyan, Kuwait, 60
    3. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 46
    4. Bader Al Shaikh, Saudi Arabia, 45
    5. Rakan Al Amiri, Kuwait, 33
    6. Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 32
    7. Mohamed Al Saud, Saudi Arabia, 31
    8. Yasser Abu Alreesh, Saudi Arabia, 30
    9. Shaik Abdul Hameed, India, 20
    10. Yaqoub Al Shatti, Kuwait, 19
    11. Adel Al Barqi, Saudi Arabia, 18
    12. Salman Al Shehri, Saudi Arabia, 17
    13. Abdulrahman Al Kheliawi, Saudi Arabia, 16
    14. Salem Al Hajras, Kuwait, 15
    15. Majed Aslani, Saudi Arabia, 14
    16. Mohammed Sultan, Bahrain, 13

     


    2014 ABF Tour Men's Ranking - Final Standings after 9 events


    Players with position, country and ranking points. The top 16 qualify for the ABFT Tournament of Champions.

    1. Shaker Al-Hassan, UAE, 219
    2. Mahmood Al-Attar, UAE, 166
    3. Mohammed Janahi, Bahrain, 155,5
    4. Michael Mak, HGK, 144
    5. Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 142
    6. Hrh Mohamed Al-Saud, Saudi Arabia, 139
    (tie) Eric Tseng, Hong Kong, 139
    8. Khaled Al-Dubyyan, Kuwait, 138,5
    9. Hussain Al-Suwaidi, UAE, 131
    10. Yannaphon Larpapharat, Thailand, 124
    11. Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 122
    12. Sithiphol Kunaksorn, Thailand, 121
    13. Hareb Al-Mansoori, UAE, 119
    14. Shaik Abdul Hameed, India, 114
    15. Rakan Al-Ameeri, Kuwait, 111
    16. Yeri Ramadona, Indonesia, 108

    17. Mike Chan, Hong Kong, 105
    18. Yaqoub Al-Shatti, Kuwait, 94
    19. Tomoyuki Sasaki, Japan, 90
    20. Salem Al-Hajras, Kuwait, 81
    21. Lee Tak Man, Macau, 80
    22. Abdullah Al-Dolijan, Saudi Arabia, 75
    23. Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 73
    24. Adel Al-Barqi, Saudi Arabia, 64
    25. Sonny Njoto, Indonesia, 60
    (tie) Ayman Hashem, Egypt, 60
    (tie) Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, 60
    28. Jassim Darwish, Kuwait, 58
    29. Mustafa Al-Mousawi, Kuwait, 48
    (tie) Surasak Manuwong, Thailand, 48
    31. Joshua Chow, Hong Kong, 46
    (tie) Mahmoud Mazloum, Egypt, 46
    (tie) Anthony Balabbo, Philippines, 46
    34. Bader Al-Shaikh, Saudi Arabia, 45
    (tie) Diwan Razaldy, Indonesia, 45
    36. Atittarat Cheng, Thailand, 37
    37. Mohammed Sultan, Bahrain, 33
    (tie) Lucky D Krompis, Indonesia, 33
    (tie) Yousef Al-Jaber, Qatar, 33
    (tie) Kenta Yoshida, Japan, 33
    41. Aswin A Saputra, Indonesia, 32
    (tie) Basel Al-Anzi, Kuwait, 32
    (tie) Rocky Hui, Hong Kong, 32
    (tie) Zoe Dias Ma, Macau, 32
    45. Lau Kwun Ho, Hong Kong, 31
    (tie) Rudy Goenawan, Indonesia, 31
    (tie) Hardy Rachmadian, Indonesia, 31
    (tie) Panuruj Vilailak, Thailand, 31
    49. Yasser Abu Alreesh, Saudi Arabia, 30
    (tie) Paolo Joquico, Philippines, 30
    51. Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, 20
    (tie) Amr Nour, Egypt, 20
    53. Hameed Taqi, Bahrain, 19
    (tie) Ali Al-Rashidi, UAE, 19
    (tie) Aseel Al-Roomi, Kuwait, 19
    56. Rafif Iman Santoso, Indonesia, 18
    (tie) Ahmed Fareed, Bahrain, 18
    (tie) Hossam Sobhy, Egypt, 18
    (tie) Ashley Hui, Hong Kong, 18
    60. Salman Al-Shehri, Saudi Arabia, 17
    (tie) Yang Wei, China, 17
    (tie) Vong Vang Ip, Macau, 17
    (tie) Zeyad Tahhan, Jordan, 17
    64. Abdulrahman Al-Kheliawi, Saudi Arabia, 16
    (tie) Jean Barts, Indonesia, 16
    (tie) Ahmed Jabber, Bahrain, 16
    (tie) Badin Lerdpiriyasakulkut, Thailand, 16
    (tie) Ahmed Abd Hamid, Egypt, 16
    (tie) Mohd Sultan Al-Matrooshi, UAE, 16
    70. Shogo Wada, Japan, 15
    (tie) Achilles Hung, Hong Kong, 15
    72. Majed Aslani, Saudi Arabia, 14
    (tie) Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, 14
    74. Sami Noor, Bahrain, 13

     


    2014 ABF Tour Women's Ranking - Final Standings after 4 events


    Players with position, country and ranking points. The top 16 qualify for the ABFT Tournament of Champions.

    1. Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia, 210
    2. Chan Shuk Han, Hong Kong, 158
    3. Kritsanakorn Sangaroon, Thailand, 121
    4. Putty Armein, Indonesia, 108
    5. Angkana Netrviseth, Thailand, 95
    6. Novie Phang, Indonesia, 79
    (tie) Tanaprang Sathean, Thailand, 60.5
    8. Benchawan Poungthong, Thailand, 60
    (tie) Cheya Chantika, Indonesia, 60
    (tie) Nadia Pramanik, Indonesia, 60
    11. Kanako Ishimine, Japan, 50
    12. Milki Ng, Hong Kong, 49
    13. Wendy Chai, Malaysia, 47
    14. Zhang Yu Hong, China, 46
    (tie) Alisha Nabila, Indonesia, 46
    16. Zhang Chun Li, China, 45 (554)

    17. Regina, Indonesia, 45 (553)
    18. Sun Hong Duo, China, 40
    19. Filomena Choi, Macau, 36
    20. Joan Cheng, Hong Kong, 32
    21. Natthida Sertluecha, Thailand, 31
    (tie) Veronica De Souza, Macau, 31
    (tie) Sheila Hashim, Malaysia, 31
    24. Arpakorn Netrviseth, Thailand, 30
    (tie) Gloria Yung, Hong Kong, 30
    (tie) Yang Suling, China, 30
    (tie) Adien Y, Indonesia, 30
    28. Tithima Thongsard, Thailand, 20
    (tie) Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, 20
    30. Nur Dyana, Singapore, 19
    31. Korngunya Aree, Thailand, 18
    (tie) Zoe Tam, Hong Kong, 18
    (tie) Ivana Hie, Indonesia, 18
    34. Chantanee Sarnswang, Thailand, 17
    (tie) Aldila Indryati, Indonesia, 17
    36. Kantaporn Singhabubpha, Thailand, 16
    (tie) Qin Xiu Li, China, 16
    (tie) Julia Lam, Macau, 14.5
    39. Victoria Chan, Hong Kong, 13