It’s been quite the successful week for Malta so far during the Mediterranean Bowling Championships.
So far, Malta has brought home a total of 4 medals during the singles and doubles bowling games.
After today’s performances, Malta placed in 6th place for the Mixed Doubles tournaments.
So will Malta qualify to the Masters on Saturday?
It’s hard to say at this point.
After the results of the four divisions, the singles, doubles, mixed doubles and teams, the top 8 girls and the top 8 guys will qualify according to the overall performance of the team.
One thing that is being said by all bowling enthusiasts and spectators watching the game is that while usually there’s a clear indication of who will be making it to the Masters, this time around, the games are keeping us at the edge of our seats till the very end.
Tomorrow, we’ll find out whether or not Malta has made it to the Masters, after the team games have been played.
Indications are telling us that Malta has a strong chance to qualify 3 out of 4 players to the Masters on Saturday.
A record 16 nations are taking part in this year’s tournament, including France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Turkey, Tunisia, Egypt, Greece, Gibraltar, Cyprus and Malta.
The Mediterranean Bowling Championships are being held until Saturday at the Eden Superbowl in St Julian’s.
A big good luck to the Maltese participants.
You can tag along and support Malta’s ten-pin bowling team.
Entrance is free for all spectators.