In It to Win It increase hold on the comp

IN It to Win It increased their lead by winning over The Niners last week in the Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League competition.

Nutters moved into second place by defeating Spicks and Specks, M.A.C.K. went down to last placed The Screaming Banshees, while The Niners are now in fourth spot.

Results of round nine were:

The Deadly Assassins defeated Bitches 13-7

For The Deadly Assassins, Hal Johnston had games of 119, 161, 158 for a 438 series, Cara Cooper had games of 107, 86, 130 for 323, Chris Purches had games of 108, 87, 124 for 319, while Peter Speller took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 40 pins under average in his games of 138, 147, 99 for 384.

For Bitches, Julie Nicholls took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 54 pins over average in her games of 192, 148, 121 for a 461 series, Debbie Pickering had games of 122, 177, 136 for 435, Ingrid Sach had games of 122, 112, 139 for 373, while Ann McCudden had games of 139, 84, 93 for 316.

Nutters d Spicks and Specks 14-6

For Nutters, Isaac Riley had games of 142, 189, 156 for a 487 series, Chloe Jenner had games of 113, 97, 126 for 336, Colin Riley had games of 104, 98, 147 for 349, while Jody Jenner had games of 111, 105, 148 for 364.

For Spicks and Specks, Les Robinson had games of 180, 167, 150 for a 497 series, Val Dinnie had games of 122, 125, 140 for 387, Neil Hawes had games of 107, 92, 89 for 288, while Trevor Boyd had all under average games of 131, 120, 128 for 379.

Nohopenhells defeated Thunderbirds 13-7

For Nohopenhells, Craig Robinson had games of 116, 136, 76 for a 328 series, Steve Edmonds had games of 128, 98, 89 for 315, Cassandra Mason had games of 79, 111, 114 for 304, while Mason Annesly’s absent score picked up three points.

For Thunderbirds, Grant Wellard had games of 111, 129, 106 for a 346 series, Les Collins had games of 119, 105, 115 for 339, Sue Collins had all under average games of 122, 113, 119 for 354, while Carl Henderson also had all under average games of 90, 101, 121 for 312.

In It to Win It defeated The Niners 13-7

For In It to Win It, Cameron Arnold took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 74 pins over average where he had all games over average with a 221, 148, 174 for a 543 series, Adam Richardson also had all over average games of 89, 106, 101 for 296, Glenn Corbett had games of 159, 172, 179 for 510, while Lyn Carter had all under average games of 96, 78, 95 for 269.

For The Niners, Leiland Friend had games of 145, 144, 183 for a 472 series, Glenn Pollard had games of 155, 141, 163 for 459, Bob Doyle had games of 109, 110, 165 for 384, while Ron Timbs had all under average games of 135, 148, 157 for 440.

The Screaming Banshees defeated M.A.C.K. 12-8

For The Screaming Banshees, Siretta Dawson had games of 162, 170, 142 for a 474 series, Debra Pypers had games of 138, 157, 144 for 439, Robyn Quigley had games of 127, 109, 97 for 333, while Joanne Boler had games of 94, 114, 94 for 302.

For M.A.C.K., Margret Gardiner had games of 97, 77, 119 for a 293 series, Cherie Cook had games of 73, 60, 67 for 200, Matt Whitehurst had all under average games of 87, 88, 80 for 255, while Karmen Mason took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 38 pins under average in her games of 91, 150, 133 for 374.

The 200 plus club award game was by In It to Win It’s Cameron Arnold with a great game of 221, well done Cameron.

How the competition table stands after round nine of Pioneer League: In It to Win It 112, Nutters 102 1/2, M.A.C.K. 100 1/2, The Niners 98 1/2, The Deadly Assassins 93, Thunderbirds 88, Spicks and Specks 85 1/2, Nohopenhells 83 1/2, Bitches 71 1/2, The Screaming Banshees 65.

Well, before I sign off, may I remind bowlers and readers that tonight there is Cosmic Bowling, which is a fun night plus there are four raffles to be won.

So I say to all have a merry Christmas and a happy new year and take it safe on the roads over this period.

See you all back in January next year.

New bowlers are also welcome and anyone who would like to put in a team of four players.

Well, that’s all.

Les Collins.

P.S. Also I would like to mention as an ex-Nowra Blues’ Aussie Rules player officials are looking for young guys who would like to join this great club next season as we are trying to put in two grades.

Those interested can contact Steve Prout as he is the man in charge.

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