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Lacerna wins Classified Masters in 6th GMTBC-Yee Lu Fa Open; Nuqui tops Youth division

/ 09:37 AM March 01, 2020
Classified division winners (from left) Francis Jose, 1st runnerup; Michael Lacerna, champion; and Jason Ko, 2nd runnerup

Classified division winners (from left) Francis Jose, 1st runnerup; Michael Lacerna, champion; and Jason Ko, 2nd runnerup.

CAINTA, Rizal — Michael Lacerna won the Classified Masters title in the 6th Grand Mall Tenpin Bowling Club (GMTBC)-Yee Lu Fa Open held on Saturday at the Sta. Lucia Mall Bowling Center in Cainta, Rizal.

Lacerna, a member of the Sta. Lucia East Tenpin Bowling Association (Sletba) Youth team, posted a total score of 1991 in his 10-game series to pull away from his more senior and experienced rivals.

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Francis Jose of PTBA was second with 1974, followed by Jason Ko of Sletba with 1949.

It was a closely fought finals that saw lead changes as players battled tough lane conditions, but Lacerna managed to pull through and hung on to the lead in the last three games.

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In the Mixed Youth finals held earlier that day, Patrick Nuqui of PBA-Prima ruled the field.

Mixed Youth winners (from left) Cole Co, 2nd runnerup; Patrick Nuqui, champion; and Dale Lazo, 1st runnerup.

Mixed Youth winners (from left) Cole Co, 2nd runnerup; Patrick Nuqui, champion; and Dale Lazo, 1st runnerup.

Nuqui posted a total score of 1695, followed by Dale Lazo of TBAM-Prima with 1671, and Cole Co of ACBI-Prima with 1665.

The finals of the Senior and Open Master classes will be staged on Sunday, March 1.

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