Berkovic holds top postition

SOME excellent bowling was displayed by the Shoalhaven junior bowlers this week and some good high scoring games. 

Kieran Berkovic still holds top position on 60 after a seven point win against the vacant team. 

Kieran bowled games of 145, 175 and 138, his 175 game being the highest of the day until Wolfe Sinclair-Thompson bowled a 189 on his last game. 

Wolfe’s other games were an impressive 160 and 136 and he sits in second position on the ladder with 58 points after he won the full seven points  against Jayde Morris, who bowled 121, 146 and 134. 

Samual Berryman also bowled some impressive and consistant games with 125, 157 and 157.  

Morgan Murphy Knight managed to pick up two points against Samual. 

His games were 84, 83 and 75 against the vacant team.  

Wolfe bowled 58 pins over his average this week, and Jayde bowled four pins over her average. 

The ladder at the end of this week sits at Kieran 60, Wolfe 58, Samual 51,  Jayde 45 and Morgan 32. 

There are still vacancies in this league, so to be part of the fun, come along on Fridays at 4.15pm.

In the Shoalhaven Junior Piranha League Jeremy Carrig was the star bowler this week with his game of 129, followed by Levi Robinson with a 122 game, which was 30 pins over his average. 

Jeremy’s games were 129, 126 and 104.

His opponent was Alex Ramsey who bowled 120, 93 and 103 and was able to collect five points using his handicap scores.

Levi Robinson bowled games of 74, 122 and 106 against Lachlan Willis, who bowled 67, 76 and 89. 

When the handicap scores were added, Lachlan managed to take two points for the first game with a 190 game against Levi’s 182. 

The Piranha Ladder stands with Levi on 79, Alex on 75, Jeremy on 51 and Lachlan on 38. 

The junior development group is a coaching clinic for children over seven-years-old and held every Friday at 5pm during school terms. 

The cost is $6 per child for one hour of coaching and bowling fun. 

The skills these juniors are learning are showing more and more with their games improving each week, and they are also learning that attitude and sportsmanship are just as important as consistent scores and averages. 

The junior bowlers had lots of fun and learned some more new skills this week. They are now only using one bumper and there are not many gutter balls being bowled anymore. 

Robert Berkovic bowled the highest game of 84 and Tom Carrig bowled a 67. 

There were a few spares bowled and the boys are improving each week. 

The bowlers all had a great time and really enjoy the challenge at the end of the class where they must aim for and hit the fluffy duck that hangs in front of the pins and they get a prize if they hit it. 

Good luck and high scoring to all of the junior bowlers at Shoalhaven City Lanes.

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