Byline: Mohsin Ali
ISLAMABAD -- 14-year-old Daniyal Ur Rehman left all his opponents far behind in the final round and won the Under-16 title in the Pakistan Open Tenpin Bowling Championship 2019 here at Leisure City Bowling Club, Rawalpindi on Friday night.
Daniyal, who had already booked his place in the final round of the amateur category with sensational performance, once again proved his supremacy in the juniors category by leaving behind his nearest opponents. Total 30 junior players took part in the U-16 category, which was a four-way battle right from the start. Two games were given to each player in the first round and after completion of the round, eight players were left to play the quarterfinals. Abdul Rafey Saqib, Ayaz Ur Rehman, Daniyal's younger brother and Abdul Wasey Saqib were fighting for the second place, while Daniyal was ahead from the rest of the players to grab the top slot.
Interestingly, all the four players left in the race were real brothers. The arena was full and there was no space for even standing and watching the participants. Again two games were awarded to each of the four players in the final round, in which Daniyal managed to score a whopping 197 in the first game before committing some mistakes in the second game. He finished the second set of game with the score of 122. His closest rival Abdul Rafey started the first game very poorly and scored only 132 pins before bouncing back and scoring 134 pins in the second game. However, Abdul Rafey's total score was not even close to what...