Patricia Schwarz wins Squad 2 and overtakes overall lead

    07/21/03

    2003 WRM

    Kegel Training Center in Lake Wales, FL, USA (July 20-23, 2003)

    2003WRMSquad2Schwarz.jpg Germany's Patricia Schwarz posted the highest 1318, six-game series in the second round of the women's World Ranking Masters here in Lake Wales, FL, en route to win the $1,000 special prize and to overtake the lead after 12 games.

    The 1997 World Games champion had games of 257-194-227-212-238 and 190, an average of 219,66 for an overall total of 2577, an average of 214,75 overall.

    2003WRMReijaLunden.jpg Yesterday's leader Reija Lunden (left) slipped one place to second behind a 1210 series today. The Finn has totaled 2505 pins (208,75).

    2003WRMBrittBrondsted.jpg Tanya Petty of Germany also fell one place to third at 2483. Britt Bröndsted (right) of Denmark leaped one place to fourth averaging 206,5 for the day. Fifth place belongs to Sofia Granda from Guatemala, who started the day in third place, 2469.

    2003WRMWendyChai.jpg Next are Wendy Chai (left) and Shalin Zulkifli, both of Malaysia, at 2447 and 2420. Rounding out the top 8 is defending World Ranking Masters champion Jennifer Tan from Singapore. The cut for the top 8 is currently 2417 or an average of 201,42.

    2003WRMJesmineHo.jpg Tan's teammate Jesmine Ho, who won the inaugural title in 2001 and finished second last year, is at the end of the field and already 254 pins off the top 8.





    Women's Division after Block 2

    Players with position, country, 12-game total (Block 1-2) and average

    1. (4.) Patricia Schwarz, Germany, 2577 (1259-1318), 214,75
    2. (1.) Reija Lunden, Finland, 2505 (1295-1210), 208,75
    3. (2.) Tanya Petty, Germany, 2483 (1287-1196), 206,92
    4. (5.) Britt Bröndsted, Denmark, 2474 (1235-1239), 206,17
    5. (3.) Sofia Granda, Guatemala, 2469 (1267-1202), 205,75
    6. (8.) Wendy Chai, Malaysia, 2447 (1190-1257), 203,92
    7. (7.) Shalin Zulkifli, Malaysia, 2420 (1205-1215), 201,67
    8. (9.) Jennifer Tan, Singapore, 2417 (1189-1228), 201,42
    9. (14.) Aumi Guerra, Dominican Republic, 2414 (1170-1244), 201,17
    10. (15.) Liza Del Rosario, Philippines, 2410 (1166-1244), 200,83
    11. (13.) Annemik van den Boogaart, Netherlands, 2390 (1171-1219), 199,17
    12. (22.) Bettina Lund, Denmark, 2361 (1095-1266), 196,75
    13. (12.) Sara Vargas, Colombia, 2346 (1172-1174), 195,50
    14. (10.) Inngellimar Contreras, Venezuela, 2346 (1176-1170), 195,50
    15. (18.) Kirsten Penny, England, 2333 (1132-1201), 194,42
    16. (11.) Clara Juliana Guerrero, Colombia, 2321 (1175-1146), 193,42
    17. (21.) Margalit Mizrachi, Venezuela, 2318 (1108-1210), 193,17
    18. (6.) Sarah Yap, Malaysia, 2289 (1218-1071), 190,75
    19. (17.) Helen Johnsson, Sweden, 2286 (1154-1132), 190,50
    20. (19.) Lai Kin Ngoh, Malaysia, 2279 (1121-1158), 189,92
    21. (16.) Valerie Teo, Singapore, 2262 (1157-1105), 188,50
    22. (24.) Diandra Hyman, USA, 2187 (1039-1148), 182,25
    23. (23.) Aida Granillo, El Salvador, 2179 (1072-1107), 181,58
    24. (20.) Jesmine Ho, Singapore, 2163 (1119-1044), 180,25