SINGAPORE : Singapore bagged two more bronze medals on Friday at the Asian Para Games in Guangzhou, China.
That brings the Republic's tally to four bronzes in as many days of competition.
There were some nail-biting moments in bowling, when the Singapore teams had to work their way up after slipping to fifth position.
But doubles pair Thomas Yong and Hussain Mohamed Ismail finished third with 1,820 pinfalls to take the bronze.
It was a particularly sweet moment for Yong, who had missed out on a bronze in the individual event on Tuesday.
The Republic's Rex Tan with Ahmadini Mohammad Taufik clinched the other bronze – also in bowling – finishing behind Korea and China.
Channel News Asia