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ASMI News 2005 : 2nd Quarter

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10th ASMI 7-a-Side Soccer Tournament

Some 150 soccer fanatics gathered at the Sports Field of Ngee Ann Polytechnic on 17 April for the loth ASMI 7-A-Side Soccer Tournament. 16 teams from 15 companies were placed into four groups for the preliminary round of matches, played on a group-league basis.

After the first round of matches, eight teams advanced into the quarter-finals where matches were played on a 'knock-out' basis. Excitement mounted in the grandstand as the teams fought for the four semi-final places, which went to ST Marine, Pan-United Marine, Wartsila and Dell from Keppel Offshore and Marine. The spectators were kept entertained by the teams' display of strategy, skills and team spirit.

The top two spots in the finals were won by ST Marine and Dell. Both teams had shown solid teamwork as they kept up the pace to put pressure on their opponents. As expected, the final match proved to be entertaining from start to finish as teams went all out in their bid for the championship title. The match ended in a goalless draw and the crowd watched with bated breath during the penalty shoot-out. The Dell team eventually emerged as the Overall Champion with a winning score of 1-0 during the penalty extra-time. In all, a total of 31 matches were played from the preliminary, quarter-final and semi-final rounds to the final match of the tournament.

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ASMI 13th Bowling Tournament

Into its 13th year, the ASMI Bowling Tournament continued to attract enthusiastic bowlers from the marine industry. Held at the Victor's Superbowl on the laid-back Sunday morning of 26 June, the annual tournament saw a turnout of 25 teams from 22 companies. Each team comprised four players of three men and a lady. The 100 over participants and their supporters started streaming into the bowling alley as early as 8.30am for registration and practice games. The Tournament commenced at 9.00am with the first roll-off by ASMI President, Mr Michael Chia. Mr Chia certainly set the pace going for the competition with his perfect strike. The competition kicked off with the bowlers giving off their best to vie for better scores. Despite the intense atmosphere, the players remained friendly as they cheered and encouraged one another. The competition ended after four games.

The results were a sweet victory for Keppel Offshore & Marine as their three teams swooped up all top three positions of the competition. KRC Team 4 clinched the Overall Champion title with a high score of 2,698 points. KRC Team 1 and KRC Team 3 won the first and second runnerup positions with their scores of 2,648 points and 2,639 points respectively.

The Men's Champion title in the Hi-Series Category went to Mr Al-Rashid Bin Mahmud of KRC Team 4 with his tally of 775 points. Mr Mazlan Bin Wari from Alpine Engineering and Mr Gordon Loh from KRC Team 3 took home the first and second runner-up positions with 750 and 747 points respectively. Mr Steven Yeoh of Jurong SML 2 snatched the Champion prize in the High-Game Category with a high game score of 222 points. Mr Gordon Loh beat Mr Eric Chua from Tru-Marine by one point with his score of 217 points to win the first runner-up position.

In the Ladies section, Ms Azy Fu of KRC Team 1 topped the Hi-Series Category to win the Ladies' Champion title for the second year running with 636 points. Ms Marni Mamli from KRC Team 2 and Ms Chris Ong from Kwong Soon Engineering tied at 626 points. Ms Marni was eventually placed in second position given her lower difference of high-low games. In the Hi-Game Category, Ms Susan Ong from Kwong Soon Engineering bagged the Champion title with 180 points. Coming in second and third were Ms Jessica Chan from Team Soxal and Ms Bernice Wong from MAN B&W with 173 points and 169 points respectively.

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