Pyeongtaek City Hall, a ‘master of tradition’, won the women’s general category of the 38th Presidential National Bowling Championships in both the five-man and individual events.
Led by head coach Oh Yong-jin, the Pyeongtaek City Hall team of Oh Nuri, Kim Garam, Park Mi-ran, Yang Dasom, and Son Hye-lin scored a total of 6,561 points (218.7 average) in six games to win the women’s general five-game event on the fourth day of the tournament at the Gangneung National Sports Center bowling alley in Gangneung, Gangwon-do, South Korea, ahead of Goheung County Government in Jeolla Province (6,468) and Gumi City Hall in Gyeongbuk Province (6,455).
With the victory, Pyeongtaek City Hall regained its form as a powerhouse team with its second podium finish of the season after winning the five-man event at the 24th Korea Bowling Association Senior Championships in June.
In addition, Pyeongtaek City Hall’s flagship player, national team member Son Hye-lin, won the tournament with an individual total of 5,407 points (225.3 average) after combining her individual, two-legged, three-legged, and five-legged games, beating out teammates Yang Dasom (5,334 points) and Kim Hyun-ah (Seoul Facilities Corporation – 5,328 points).
Pyeongtaek City Hall head coach Oh Yong-jin said, “We had a lot of difficulties at the beginning of this season, not being able to produce a 토토 winner due to the players’ physical condition, but we have been improving since the last tournament, the Korea Bowling Association Masters. We will finish the remaining Masters well and prepare to contribute to Gyeonggi Province’s victory at the national championships, which is our final goal.”
Meanwhile, on the final day of the tournament, Son Hye-lin and Yang Da-som of Pyeongtaek City Hall and Choi Hyun-ji and Ga Yun-mi of Yongin Special City Hall will compete in the women’s general category round of 10 Masters to determine the final gold medalist.