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| Monday, September 18, 2006



Tung Wah Charity Bowling Competition was held at South China Athletc Association Bowling Alley yesterday. The opening ceremony was done by Tung Wah chairman Ong Ka Lueng, Miss Hong Kong Sharon Luk and Andy Lau. For this competition, more than 30 groups participated and they managed to raise HK$1 million for Tung Wah.



The celebrities were divided into 3 teams. The team of Andy, Kent Cheng and Lincoln Yu were the champion with a total of 2178 points, whereas Michael Miu and Navy Cheung's team came in second. For personal records, Kent scored the highest with 600 points, followed by Deep Ng's 539 points and Andy's 518 points.



Andy expressed that he normally scored 180 points per set but maybe due to many fans wanted to take photographs with him and not familiar with the alley, thus he had not much confidence of himself. However, he sing praise of Michael's son bowling skills as he only practice for a few months. It was known that Andy is good in bowling, when asked if anyone asked him to be their 'shi-fu', Andy quipped: "I'm not as good as Deep."

news from: Wei Wen Po, Ta Kung Po, SingTao News, Ming Pao, Sun News