Pin Heads join the league

FIRSTLY, I would like to welcome back Robin Quintrell to the Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League competition and into the MACK team.

Next we have a new team called the Pin Heads consisting of Shantelle Flynn, Bianca Joyce, Levi Irvin and David Hart.

Bowlers welcome them to the league.

In It to Win It are now leading this competition by 14 points after having a good win over Powerpins, and Nohopenhells sit in second place after they too had a big win over MACK.

Spicks and Specks went to third place after defeating Bitches, while Nutters go to equal fourth place with MACK following their narrow loss to The Screaming Banshees.

The table is quite congested from that spot down.

Results of round 17 were:

Spicks and Specks 12 points d Bitches 8 points.

For Spicks and Specks, Neil Hawes had all over average games of 124, 108, 107 for a 339 series, Trevor Boyd had games of 121, 138, 130 for 389, Val Dinnie had games of 125, 120, 106 for 351, while Les Robinson took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 45 pins under average where he had all games under average of a 157, 141, 131 for 429.

For Bitches, Julie Nicholls had games of 163, 154, 125 for a 442 series, Ann McCudden had games of 123, 78, 134 for 335, Ingrid Sach had all under average games of 120, 130, 102 for 352, while Debbie Pickering also had all under average games of 120, 102, 131 for 353.

Nohopenhells d MACK 16-6.

For Nohopenhells, Steve Edmonds had all over average games of 143, 174, 128 for a 445 series, Craig Robinson also had all over average games of 121, 122, 121 for 364, Matt Whitehurst had games of 82, 126, 105 for 313, while Brett Sanson had all under average games of 109, 125, 110 for 344.

For MACK, Robin Quintrell took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 39 pins over average in her games of 137, 184, 181 for a 502 series, Margret Gardiner had all over average games of 109, 119, 113 for 341, Cheyne Pons had games of 100, 124, 130 for 354, while Ashleigh Miller had games of 103, 89, 103 for 295.

The Screaming Banshees 11 points d Nutters 9 points.

For The Screaming Banshees, Debra Pypers had games of 186, 177, 134 for a 497 series, Siretta Dawson had games of 110, 166, 149 for 425, Joanne Boler had games of 108, 129, 120 for 357, while Robyn Quigley had games of 94, 101, 123 for 318.

For Nutters, Jody Jenner had games of 123, 94, 146 for a 363 series, Colin Riley had games of 143, 102, 117 for 362, Chloe Jenner had games of 93, 93, 109 for 295, while Isaac Riley had all under average games of 152, 136, 114 for 402.

In It to Win It d Powerpins 13 1/2-6 1/2.

For In It to Win, Adam Richardson took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 62 pins over average where he had all over average games of 143, 96, 91 for a 330 series, Cameron Arnold also had all over average games of 180, 167, 173 for 520, Glenn Corbett had games of 125, 170, 187 for 482, while Lyn Carter’s absent score picked up two points for them.

For Powerpins, Glenn Cleary had games of 126, 172, 137 for a 435 series, Adam Royston had games of 136, 147, 135 for 418, Grant Wellard had games of 103, 96, 117 for 316, while Matthew Tranter had games of 139, 71, 96 for 306.

The Pin Heads d Thunderbirds 12-8.

For The Pin Heads, Shantelle Flynn had games of 116, 153, 127 for a 396 series, David Hart had games of 76, 109, 103 for 288, Levi Irvin had games of 80, 73, 76 for 229, while Bianca Joyce had games of 70, 89, 62 for 221.

For Thunderbirds, Carl Henderson had all over average games of 144, 136, 143 for a 423 series, Sue Collins had games of 139, 132, 103 for 374, Les Collins had games of 107, 124, 125 for 356, while Kathleen Morgan took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 47 pins under average where she had all games under average with a 123, 90, 110 for 323.

The Deadly Assassins 11 points d The Niners 9 points.

For The Deadly Assassins, Peter Speller had games of 128, 150, 128 for a 406 series, Mick McKenzie had games of 106, 105, 119 for 330, Chris Purches had games of 102, 116, 110 for 328, while Hal Johnston had all under average games of 118, 143, 113 for 374.

For The Niners, Leiland Friend had games of 185, 124, 170 for a 479 series, Ron Timbs had games of 139, 160, 171 for 470, Bob Doyle had games of 105, 132, 94 for 331, while Glenn Pollard had all under average games of 151, 128, 131 for 410.

The 200 plus club award games, well, I’m sorry to report there were none bowled in this round.

How the competition table stands after round 17 of Pioneer League: In It to Win It 198 1/2, Nohopenhells 184 1/2, Spicks and Specks 176 1/2, Nutters 174, MACK 174, Thunderbirds 173, The Niners 172 1/2, The Deadly Assassins 171 1/2, The Screaming Banshees 164 1/2, Powerpins 142, The Pin Heads 140 1/2, Bitches 136 1/2.

Well, before I sign off readers and bowlers, may I remind you all out there that officials are still looking for teams of four players and you don’t need to be good to bowl in it as it’s based on handicap.

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

The cost is only $21 for three games.

Interested persons just show up at 5.45pm on Monday night at Shoalhaven City Lanes, Narang Road, Bomaderry.

Well, that’s all for this week, so until next time good luck and high scoring.

Les Collins.

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