Pin Heads give In It To Win It all the points

WELL, the first top five teams in the Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League competition have still put a gap on the rest of the teams.

Nutters defeated Thunderbirds to still narrowly lead over In It to Win It who thrashed the Pin Heads to take all the points on offer and moved to second place.

The Niners moved to third place as they won over The Screaming Banshees, while Spicks and Specks are still in fourth place following their win over The Deadly Assassins.

Results of round 24 were:

The Niners 13 points d The Screaming Banshees 7 points.

For The Niners, Ron Timbs had games of 145, 202, 163 for a 510 series, Leiland Friend had games of 140, 192, 154 for 486, Glenn Pollard had all under average games of 125, 121, 140 for 386, while Christine Pollard also had all under average games of 68, 64, 73 for 205.

For The Screaming Banshees, Siretta Dawson took out the star bowler of the round award by bowling 35 pins over average in her games of 121, 144, 178 for a 443 series, Debra Pypers had games of 148, 162, 129 for 439, Joanne Boler had all under average games of 110, 107, 100 for 317, while Robyn Quigley’s absent score gained them one point.

Nutters d Thunderbirds 12-8.

For Nutters, Isaac Riley had games of 148, 162, 129 for a 439 series, Colin Riley had games of 116, 141, 123 for 380, Chloe Jenner had games of 94, 92, 115 for 301, while Jody Jenner had all under average games of 112, 105, 109 for 326.

For Thunderbirds, Kathleen Morgan had all over average games of 126, 134, 141 for a 401 series, Carl Henderson had games of 118, 97, 182 for 397, Sue Collins had games of 150, 127, 109 for 386, while Les Collins had all under average games of 98, 111, 106 for 315.

Powerpins drew with MACK 10-all.

For Powerpins, Matthew Tranter had all over average games of 131, 109, 121 for a 361 series, Glenn Cleary had games of 156, 114, 132 for 402, Adam Royston had games of 142, 116, 119 for 377, while Grant Wellard had games of 103, 113, 122 for 338.

For MACK, Robin Quintrell had all over average games of 159, 176, 166 for a 501 series, Margret Gardiner also had all over average games of 123, 110, 135 for 368, Cheyne Pons had games of 86, 129, 105 for 320, while Ashleigh Miller had games of 107, 95, 89 for 291.

In It to Win It 20 points d The Pin Heads nil.

For In It to Win It, Adam Richardson had all over average games of 109, 108, 116 for a 333 series, Cameron Arnold also had all over average games of 161, 156, 192 for 509, Glenn Corbett had games of 146, 191, 167 for 504, while Lyn Carter had games of 127, 128, 99 for 354.

For The Pin Heads, David Hart had all over average games of 110, 93, 121 for a 324 series, Shantelle Flynn had all under average games of 125, 112, 116 for 353, the vacant score didn’t gain them any points, while Terrie Walsh took out the wooden spooner of the round award by bowling 40 pins under average where she had all games under average with a 102, 114, 133 for 349.

Spicks and Specks d The Deadly Assassins 12-8.

For Spicks and Specks, Neil Hawes took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 57 pins over average in his games of 92, 169, 129 for a 390 series, Val Dinnie had all over average games of 145, 138, 154 for 437, Les Robinson had games of 181, 146, 173 for 500, while Trevor Boyd took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 39 pins under average in his games of 140, 92, 110 for 342.

For The Deadly Assassins, Cara Cooper had all games over average with a 113, 133, 114 for a 360 series, Hal Johnston had games of 152, 138, 143 for 433, Peter Speller had all under average games of 120, 120, 130 for 370, while Chris Purches had all under average games of 81, 95, 90 for 266.

Bitches 11 points d Nohopenhells 9 points.

For Bitches, Julie Nicholls had all over average games of 149, 150, 152 for a 451 series, Debbie Pickering had games of 149, 141, 143 for 433, Ingrid Sach had games of 123, 99, 147 for 369, while Ann McCudden had all under average games of 96, 106, 105 for 307.

For Nohopenhells, Matt Whitehurst had games of 125, 118, 96 for a 339 series, Craig Robinson had games of 116, 90, 123 for 329, Steve Edmonds had games of 112, 83, 122 for 317, while Brett Sanson’s absent score didn’t gain them any points.

The 200 plus club award game was won by The Niners’ Ron Timbs with a nice game of 202.

Well done to you Ron.

How the competition table stands after round 24 of Pioneer League; Nutters 263, In It to Win It 261, The Niners 258 1/2, Spicks and Specks 253 1/2, Thunderbirds 251, Nohopenhells 243 1/2, MACK 240, The Deadly Assassins 235, The Screaming Banshees 223, Powerpins 217 1/2, Bitches 204, The Pin Heads 190 1/2.

Well, before I sign off bowlers and readers, may I remind you the league is still looking for a player for The Pin Heads team.

I threw up a few names last week like Phil Harrington, Toni Vandenberg or Betty Burns even Carol Mumberson.

Officials would welcome you to this league or if anyone out there is interested you can also put in your own team of four players.

The cost is $21 for three games and there is money to be won on the first game of pick the score, also five meat raffles to be won every week, plus great music of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s to listen to while you are bowling.

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

There are 12 weeks left to go in this competition and officials hope to get it up to 14 teams next competition.

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

Les Collins.

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