Kami Mga Hubin was No. 1 in the premiere division, as NPBC/RJ Stars anchorman Willy Mahilum set a new record in the individual highest single and triple category in 19 th Sharp Friendship Cup Open Trio Bowling Tournament at the New Top's Millennium Plaza Alley in Bacolod City.
St. Joseph Alumni Association Team I and Davies Fusion led the men's non-rated and women's division.
With two more rounds left, the KMH Team of Robbie Elegado had a tournament high 774 points on the 10 th round to dislodge NPBC/RJ Stars of Steve Po.
KMH now has a total score of 6,805 points, 96 pins ahead of NPBC with 6,709.
Host team Sharp of Irne “Pretty Boy” Diaz is third with 6,677 followed by Romulo Ramos' Mulo Car Aircon Services with 6,593.
Competing in the same division are TNT Construction/C-Zar Machine Shop with 6,488; Davies “A”,6,477; Davies “C”, 6,472; Davies “B”, 6,469; Silverado/ASSFBI, 6,464, and ESD Electronz, 6,376.
The non-rated competitors are St. Joseph I, 6,558; Candles/Alimon Steel, 6,551; FRM Marketing/Sharp, 6,502; ESD Electronz I, 6,494; Canvil Knights, 6,481; Metro Sales, 6,473; St. Joseph II, 6,449; Bago City Bowlers, 6,414; Philippine Daily Inquirer, 6,388; RJPL, 6,372;RJ Stars, 6,394; Amor, 6m317, and Haier/Sanyo, 6,149.
Meanwhile, Davies Fusion I remains at No. 1 with 5,626, while St. Joseph Alumni placed second in the women's side.
Lined up in the same category are Condura ASSFBI Ladies with 5,593; Tiger Eye, 5,279; Panasonic/ON-BACIBA, 5,235; RJ Stars NPBC, 5,222; Davies Fusion II, 5,200; Kami Mga Gwapa, 5,101, and Racahe, 5,051.
NPBC's Willy Mahilum registered the new record in the men's individual highest single and double with 194 and 284, respectively, while Johann Genolos of Metro Sales in pinning with 98.
Minnie Chua of St. Joseph Alumni records in the women's single and double are intact with 146 and 264, as Sylvia Del Rosario of ASSFBI in pinning with 98.
Kami Mga Hubin and NPBC RJ Stars established the team's double and single with 774 and 422 apiece in the men's category, while St. Joseph Alumni in the women's single and triple with 373 and 690, respectively.*
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