In It To Win It close the gap on Nutters

IN a closely contested Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League competition, Nutters now only lead by half a point over In It to Win It.

Both sides lost to The Niners who are in third spot but only one point off the lead.

The Deadly Assassins just downed In It to Win It in a thriller, while Thunderbirds jumped into fourth place with a big win over Bitches last week.

Results of round 32 were:

The Niners 15 points d Nutters 5 points.

For The Niners, Glenn Pollard had games of 129, 163, 176 for a 468 series, Ron Timbs had games of 163, 130, 168 for 461, Bob Doyle had games of 88, 131, 137 for 356, while Leiland Friend had all under average games of 158, 158, 150 for 466.

For Nutters, Chloe Jenner had games of 110, 82, 113 for a 305 series, Isaac Riley had all under average games of 143, 135, 147 for 425, Colin Riley also had all under average games of 104, 96, 102 for 302, while Jody Jenner also had all under average games of 97, 94, 97 for 288.

The Screaming Banshees d Nohopenhells 11-9.

For The Screaming Banshees, Siretta Dawson had games of 112, 139, 170 for a 421 series, Joanne Boler had games of 97, 137, 103 for 337, Robyn Quigley’s absent score picked up three points for them, while Debra Pypers’ absent score didn’t gain them any points.

For Nohopenhells, Brett Sanson had games of 113, 112, 138 for a 363 series, Steve Edmonds had games of 119, 114, 78 for 311, Craig Robinson had games of 100, 124, 96 for 320, while Matt Whitehurst had games of 106, 87, 73 for 266.

MACK 16 points d Spicks and Specks 4 points.

For MACK, Ashleigh Miller had all over average games of 109, 128, 130 for a 367 series, Margret Gardiner also had all over average games of 110, 125, 114 for  349, Cheyne Pons had games of 129, 111, 108 for 348, while Robin Quintrell had all under average games of 133, 137, 146 for 416.

For Spicks and Specks, Les Robinson had games of 191, 158, 165 for a 514 series, Val Dinnie had all under average games of 112, 103, 119 for 334, Neil Hawes’ absent score didn’t gain them any points, while Trevor Boyd’s absent score gained them one point.

The Deadly Assassins d In It to Win It 10 1/2-9 1/2.

For The Deadly Assassins, Peter Speller had games of 117, 140, 174 for a 431 series, Chris Purches had games of 149, 105, 133 for 387, Cara Cooper had games of 80, 120, 97 for 297, while Hal Johnston had all under average games of 127, 119, 116 for 362.

For In It to Win It, Glenn Corbett had games of 177, 158, 179 for a 514 series, Lyn Carter had games of 88, 112, 93 for 293, Adam Richardson had all under average games of 66, 84, 76 for 226, while Cameron Arnold took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 50 pins under average with games of 100, 169, 115 for 384.

Thunderbirds 16 points d Bitches 4 points.

For Thunderbirds, Les Collins had all over average games of 116, 162, 149 for a 427 series, Carl Henderson had games of 118, 167, 147 for 432, Kathleen Morgan had games of 151, 123, 127 for 401, while Sue Collins had games of 141, 86, 129 for 356.

For Bitches, Julie Nicholls had games of 138, 131, 179 for a 448 series, Ingrid Sach had games of 97, 123, 133 for 353, Ann McCudden had all under average games of 98, 106, 100 for 304, while Debbie Pickering took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 50 pins under average in her games of 93, 176, 159 for 428.

The Pin Heads d Powerpins 13-7.

For The Pin Heads, Shantelle Flynn took out the star bowler award of the round bowling 54 pins over average in her games of 118, 150, 179 for a 447 series, David Hart had games of 129, 85, 95 for 300, Terrie Walsh’s absent score didn’t gain them any points, while the vacant score gained them one point.

For Powerpins, Glenn Cleary took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 80 pins over average in his games of 132, 218, 145 for a 495 series, Adam Royston had games of 125, 153, 86 for 364, Matthew Tranter had games of 110, 90, 102 for 302, while Grant Wellard had all under average games of 83, 104, 108 for 295.

The 200 plus club award game was by Powerpins’ player Glenn Cleary with a great game of 218, well done Glenn.

How the competition table stands after round 32 of Pioneer League: Nutters 348, In It to Win It 347 1/2, The Niners 347, Thunderbirds 338 1/2, Nohopenhells 333 1/2, MACK 317 1/2, Spicks and Specks 316 1/2, The Deadly Assassins 308 1/2, The Screaming Banshees 299, Powerpins 294 1/2, Bitches 274 1/2, The Pin Heads 270 1/2.

Well, before I sign off bowlers and readers, officials still require a player for The Pin Heads’ team, also they are looking for more teams of four players for the next competition which starts in five weeks time.

You don’t need to be a good player to play in it as it is based on handicap and the cost is $21 per player for three games plus you can win money on pick the score on the first game.

There are five meat raffles to be won every week and great music to listen to while you are bowling.

If you are bored on a Monday night, why not take up tenpin bowling and have fun?

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

Well, that’s all I can think to say, so until next week bowlers and readers, good luck and high scoring.

Les Collins.

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