31st Sea Games/ 2021 Sea Games
Date : 12 to 23 May, 2022
Venue : Hanoi, Vietnam
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Southeast Asian Games are commonly known as Sea Games and this is the 31st edition of the Southeast Asian Games. So, it is known as 31st Sea Games and Sea Games 2021. 31st Sea Games will held between May 12 to 29 in Hanoi, Vietnam. Check the full details of how to watch 31st Sea Games live anywhere.. and latest updates about Sea Games 2022 – Lefty Nerosha gets opportunity to vindicate herself at SEA Games.
Lefty Nerosha allowed in 31st Sea Games
Nerosha Keligit has been allowed an opportunity to make up for herself in the Vietnam SEA Games. Nerosha and Nora Lyana Nastasia Norkamal were the last two named to finish the cast of a four-ladies group for the bowling contest from May 14-19 in Hanoi.
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The 25-year-old southpaw didn’t leave her imprint at the World Championships in Abu Dhabi last year as she attempted to adjust to the path design however this time, public lead trainer Holloway Cheah has offered her one more opportunity to hit the nail on the head.
The other two who had before guaranteed their places were Gillian Lim and Nur Syazwani Sahar. In the men’s group, Nevern Netaneel and Shahrukh Amin Zulkifli have been picked to join Mohd Hafiz Zainuddin and Mohd Syazirol Shamsudin for the Games.
The Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress (MTBC) are not sending their first class bowlers for the Games this time, however Holloway expect a similar responsibility from the more youthful group to strike it right in Vietnam.
At the last Games in 2019 in the Philippines, Malaysia gathered two golds, three silvers and two bronzes to complete third behind Indonesia and Singapore. Philippines hold the Sea Games 2019.