13 Apr '11, 4am

Cherie Tan, 22, has become the new Women's Champion at the EBT Masters - despite being 2nd-lowest ranked

Cherie Tan, 22, has become the new Women's Champion at the EBT Masters - despite being 2nd-lowest ranked

Asian Games silver medallist Cherie Tan stormed to victory at the prestigious European Bowling Tour Masters in Slovenia after winning six out of seven matches in the round robin final. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE BOWLING ASIAN Games silver medallist Cherie Tan stormed to victory at the prestigious European Bowling Tour Masters in Slovenia after winning six out of seven matches in the round robin final. The 22-year-old was the second-lowest ranked player going into the tournament and only got there because of withdrawals further up in the European Bowling Tour rankings. But her mental strength helped to keep her focused on the lanes and to remain confident that she could win, said Singapore Bowling in a press statement. Tan did well in spite of a string of setbacks that included flight delay and losing her bowling equipment en route to Ljubljana, before the tournament. But her prac...

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Golf: McIlroy goes for wire-to-wire Masters win

Golf: McIlroy goes for wire-to-wire Masters win

channelnewsasia.com 10 Apr '11, 5pm

AUGUSTA, Georgia: Rory McIlroy carried a four-stroke lead into Sunday's final round of the 75th Masters, the 21-year-old N...