Juniors improve their scores

THERE was more excellent bowling and some really good high scoring games from the Shoalhaven Strikers Junior bowlers last week. 

Samual Berryman bowled the highest game for the day with a 205 game with a four bagger (four strikes in a row).

His other games were 176 and 169 and gave him a 550 series. 

This gave him a nice seven point win over Jayde Morris with her 164, 170 and 117 games. 

Samual’s game was 70 pins over his average and Jayde’s was 29 pins over her average. 

Wolfe jumped up to top position on the ladder after his seven point win against the vacant team with games of 176, 124 and 139 and a turkey in his first game. Kieran Berkovic bowled some great games with 126, 199 and 169 for a 494 series but only got three points against Morgan Knight who bowled 96, 110 and 136, some of his best scores for a few weeks. 

The ladder at the end of this week sits at Wolfe 65, Kieran 63, Samual 58, Jayde 45 and Morgan 36. 

The league average for this week is 151, up from only 135 last week. 

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

In the Shoalhaven Junior Piranha League Lachlan Willis was the star bowler this week with his game of 116, 39 pins over his average.

His other games were 103 and 94 and gave him a seven point win over Jeremy Carrig, whose games were 112, 104 and 113.

Alex Ramsey was absent this week and his opponent was Levi Robinson, who bowled games of 119, 95 and 92 and he took the full seven points.  

Pin fall was much higher this week and all the boys bowled great. 

The league average score this week was 105, up from 100 last week. 

The Piranha ladder stands with Levi on 86, Alex on 75, Jeremy on 51 and Lachlan on 45. 

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

Only two junior bowlers came this week, but they had a ball.  

Tom Carrig bowled games of 81 and 88 and managed to pick up a few spares.  

Shea O’Sullivan bowled 79 and 81. 

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

The bowlers all have a great time and really enjoy the prizes they get on their last frame of bowling. 

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

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