Nutters hit the lead in close Pioneer League competition

IT is getting congested in the top six teams of the Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League competition.

Nutters hit the lead as top teams In It to Win It went down to fifth place after being belted by The Niners who took over second place, with Thunderbirds in third spot even though they were soundly beaten by Powerpins.

Spicks and Specks had a 10-all draw with Nohopenhells to hold down fourth place.

Results of round 22 were:

Nohopenhells drew with Spicks and Specks 10-all.

For Nohopenhells, Matt Whitehurst took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 43 pins over average where he had all games over average with a 109, 142, 105 for a 356 series, Brett Sanson had games of 111, 136, 146 for 393, Craig Robinson had games of 94, 125, 119 for 338, while Steve Edmonds had all under average games of 104, 106, 115 for 325.

For Spicks and Specks, Val Dinnie had all over average games of 135, 143, 145 for a 423 series, Trevor Boyd had games of 126, 154, 147 for 427, Neil Hawes had games of 117, 103, 106 for 326, while Les Robinson’s absent score picked up one point for them.

Nutters 13 points d MACK 7 points.

For Nutters, Isaac Riley had all over average games of 166, 161, 155 for a 482 series, Colin Riley also had all over average games of 151, 115, 138 for 404, Chloe Jenner had games of 104, 131, 100 for 335, while Jody Jenner had all under average games of 103, 92, 118 for 313.

For MACK, Margret Gardiner had all over average games of 150, 108, 117 for a 375 series, Robin Quintrell had games of 149, 135, 168 for 452, Ashleigh Miller had games of 99, 114, 108 for 321, while Cheyne Pons had all under average games of 113, 108, 97 for 318.

Powerpins d Thunderbirds 14-6.

For Powerpins, Adam Royston had all over average games of 135, 166, 138 for a 439 series, Grant Wellard also had all over average games of 147, 125, 146 for 418, Glenn Cleary had games of 124, 148, 164 for 436, while Matthew Tranter’s absent score didn’t gain them any points.

For Thunderbirds, Kathleen Morgan had games of 147, 132, 124 for a 403 series, Carl Henderson had games of 105, 126, 155 for 386, Les Collins had games of 108, 106, 136 for 350, while Sue Collins’ absent score gained them one point.

Bitches 11 points d The Deadly Assassins 9 points.

For Bitches, Julie Nicholls had games of 135, 152, 121 for a 408 series, Ingrid Sach had games of 137, 97, 158 for 392, Ann McCudden had games of 124, 101, 127 for 352, while Debbie Pickering had all under average games of 140, 117, 136 for 393.

For The Deadly Assassins, Chris Purches had all over average games of 120, 110, 119 for a 349 series, Cara Cooper had games of 80, 100, 130 for 310, Hal Johnston had all under average games of 126, 112, 131 for 369, while Peter Speller took out the equal wooden spooner of the round award bowling 34 pins under average in his games of 157, 147, 105 for 409.

The Pin Heads d The Screaming Banshees 16 1/2-3 1/2.

For The Pin Heads, Terrie Walsh took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 54 pins over average where she had all games over average with a 134, 179, 186 for a 499 series, Shantelle Flynn had games of 137, 115, 153 for 405, David Hart had games of 80, 82, 118 for 280, while the vacant score picked up one-and-a-half points for them.

For The Screaming Banshees, Siretta Dawson had games of 114, 144, 151 for a 409 series, Joanne Boler had games of 103, 149, 99 for 351, Robyn Quigley took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 35 pins under average where she had all games under average with a 74, 97, 105 for 276, while Debra Pypers’ absent score didn’t gain them any points.

The Niners 18 points d In it to Win It 2 points.

For The Niners, Leiland Friend had games of 188, 189, 153 for a 530 series, Glenn Pollard had games of 152, 150, 178 for 480, Ron Timbs had games of 135, 133, 169 for 437, while Bob Doyle had games of 114, 113, 140 for 367.

For In it to Win It, Lyn Carter had games of 99, 109, 116 for a 324 series, Adam Richardson had games of 69, 72, 88 for 229, Cameron Arnold’s absent score didn’t gain them any points, while Glenn Corbett took out the equal wooden spooner of the round award bowling 34 pins under average in his games of 135, 156, 180 for 471.

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 22 of Pioneer League: Nutters 239, The Niners 234 1/2, Thunderbirds 233, Spicks and Specks 232 1/2, In It to Win It 232, Nohopenhells 230 1/2, MACK 219, The Deadly Assassins 219, The Screaming Banshees 206, Powerpins 191 1/2, Bitches 184, The Pin Heads 179 1/2.

Before I close off, may I remind bowlers and readers the league needs a player for the team of The Pin Heads and you don’t need to be a good player as it’s based on handicap.

The league is also looking for teams of four players and the cost is only $21 for three games.

There are also five meat raffles to be won, also money on pick the score on the first game, and lovely music to listen to while you are bowling.

Interested persons just come along on Monday night at 5.45pm to Shoalhaven City Lanes, Narang Road, Bomaderry.

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

Les Collins.

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