Thunderbirds into third place

THUNDERBIRDS crushed Nutters to claim third place on the Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League competition table.

Meanwhile, the top two teams, M.A.C.K. lost to bottom placed Powerpins to remain in equal first spot with In It to Win It as they too narrowly lost to the vacant team.

Nohopenhells jumped into fourth place after they had a win over Bitches.

Results of round 13 were:

Thunderbirds d Nutters 19-1.

For Thunderbirds, Les Collins had all over average games of 123, 144, 121 for a 388 series, Sue Collins also had all over average games of 123, 142, 125 for 390, Kathleen Morgan had games of 125, 179, 162 for 466, while Carl Henderson had games of 115, 142, 141 for 398.

For Nutters, Isaac Riley had games of 130, 165, 143 for a 438 series, Colin Riley had games of 111, 126, 107 for 344, Jody Jenner had games of 114, 118, 106 for 338, while Chloe Jenner had games of 105, 103, 94 for 302.

The vacant team d In It to Win It nine points.

For In It to Win It, Glenn Corbett had games of 141, 194, 159 for a 494 series, Lyn Carter had games of 98, 118, 81 for 297, Adam Richardson’s absent score picked up two points for them, while Cameron Arnold took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 46 pins below average in his games of 116, 102, 146 for 364.

The Screaming Banshees d The Niners 12-8.

For The Screaming Banshees, Joanne Boler took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 44 pins over average in her games of 156, 95, 97 for a 348 series, Siretta Dawson had all over average games of 147, 163, 155 for 465, Debra Pypers had games of 156, 179, 147 for 482, while Robyn Quigley had games of 98, 104, 112 for 314.

For The Niners, Ron Timbs had games of 153, 175, 163 for a 491 series, Leiland Friend had games of 165, 133, 182 for 480, Glenn Pollard had games of 122, 135, 171 for 428, while Bob Doyle had games of 147, 112, 123 for 382.

The Deadly Assassins 10 1/2 points d Spicks and Specks 9 1/2 points.

For The Deadly Assassins, Peter Speller had games of 154, 170, 123 for a 447 series, Chris Purches had games of 111, 104, 95 for 310, Hal Johnston had all under average games of 111, 136, 115 for 362, Cara Cooper also had all under average games of 107, 98, 98 for 303.

For Spicks and Specks, Les Robinson had games of 141, 156, 207 for a 504 series, Trevor Boyd had games of 154, 110, 129 for 393, Val Dinnie had games of 110, 134, 104 for 348, while Neil Hawes had games of 125, 83, 94 for 302.

Nohopenhells d Bitches 13-7.

For The Nohopenhells, Steve Edmonds had games of 142, 146, 91 for a 379 series, Matt Whitehurst had games of 94, 109, 128 for 331, Craig Robinson had games of 121, 78, 78 for 277, while the vacant score picked up three points for them.

For Bitches, Ingrid Sach had all over average games of 131, 135, 151 for a 417 series, Ann McCudden had games of 156, 96, 118 for 370, Debbie Pickering had games of 121, 115, 150 for 386, while Julie Nicholls took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 45 pins under average in her games of 147, 181, 95 for 423.

Powerpins 14 1/2 points d M.A.C.K. 5 1/2 points.

For Powerpins, Glenn Cleary took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 50 pins over average in his games of 120, 169, 121 for a 410 series, Adam Royston had games of 127, 105, 148 for 380, Matthew Trantor had games of 90, 99, 103 for 292, while Grant Wellard had all under average games of 95, 107, 98 for 300.

For M.A.C.K., Ashleigh Miller had all over average games of 102, 126, 109 for a 337 series, Margret Gardiner had games of 85, 108, 123 for 316, Cheyne Pons had all below average games of 114, 98, 115 for 327, while Cherie Cook’s absent score didn’t gain them any points.

The 200 plus club award game was by Spicks and Specks’ Les Robinson with a nice game of 207, well done Les.

How the competition table stands after round 13 of Pioneer League: M.A.C.K. 148, In It to Win It 148, Thunderbirds 141 1/2, Nohopenhells 135 1/2, The Niners 132, Spicks and Specks 131, Nutters 130, The Deadly Assassins 129 1/2, The Screaming Banshees 110, Bitches 103, Powerpins 101 1/2.

If you are bored and want something to do on a Monday night, why not grab a hold of three of your friends and go tenpin bowling?

The cost is only $21 for three games and you don’t have to be a good bowler as it’s based on handicap.

Interested persons just turn up at 5.45pm at Shoalhaven City Lanes, Narang Road, Bomaderry.

There is also money to be won on pick the score on the first game plus five meat raffles every week, also great music to listen to while you are bowling.

Officials need one more team to make the competition even.

Until next time, high scoring.

Les Collins.

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