Nutters and Niners battle for top position

WELL, with two rounds to go the battle is on between Nutters and The Niners as to who is going to win the Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League Competition.

There is also a battle on for third and fourth with In It to Win It and Thunderbirds who are only two-and-a-half points behind them.

Results of round 34 were:

Thunderbirds 11 points d The Screaming Banshees 9 points.

For Thunderbirds, Sue Collins took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 52 pins over average in her games of 130, 138, 181 for a 449 series of which her games were all over average, Carl Henderson had games of 118, 139, 148 for 405, Les Collins had games of 112, 127, 114 for 353, while Kathleen Morgan had games of 121, 128, 103 for 352.

For The Screaming Banshees, Debra Pypers had games of 167, 188, 131 for a 486 series, Joanne Boler had games of 119, 126, 108 for 353, Robyn Quigley had games of 118, 95, 101 for 314, while Siretta Dawson took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 38 pins under average in her games of 128, 104, 150 for 382.

The Niners d Bitches 11-9.

For The Niners, Leiland Friend had all over average games of 176, 167, 165 for a 508 series, Ron Timbs had games of 123, 137, 205 for 465, Bob Doyle had games of 109, 103, 122 for 334, while Glenn Pollard had all under average games of 152, 123, 149 for 424.

For Bitches, Ingrid Sach had games of 141, 125, 131 for a 397 series, Ann McCudden had games of 84, 152, 104 for 340, Julie Nicholls’ absent score gained them two points, while Debbie Pickering’s absent score didn’t gain any points.

Powerpins 17 points d Nohopenhells 3 points.

For Powerpins, Glenn Cleary had all over average games of 160, 169, 171 for a 500 series, Adam Royston had games of 137, 135, 128 for 400, Matthew Tranter had games of 131, 133, 92 for 356, while Grant Wellard had games of 114, 92, 104 for 310.

For Nohopenhells, Brett Sanson had games of 111, 126, 142 for a 379 series, Craig Robinson had games of 99, 122, 109 for 330, Matt Whitehurst had games of 107, 94, 78 for 279, while Steve Edmonds’ absent score gained them one point.

Spicks and Specks d The Pin Heads 12 1/2-7 1/2.

For Spicks and Specks, Neil Hawes took out the star bowler of the round award bowling 69 pins over average in his games of 122, 102, 181 for a 405 series, Val Dinnie had games of 132, 128, 115 for 375, Trevor Boyd had games of 128, 108, 134 for 370, while Les Robinson took out the wooden spooner of the round award bowling 50 pins below average in his games that were all under average with a 156, 122, 136 for 414.

For The Pin Heads, David Hart had all over average games of 121, 120, 111 for a 352 series, Terrie Walsh had games of 114, 135, 104 for 353, Shantelle Flynn had all under average games of 116, 104, 123 for 343, while the vacant score didn’t gain them any points.

Nutters 17 points d The Deadly Assassins 3 points.

For Nutters, Isaac Riley had all over average games of 197, 213, 158 for a 568 series, Chloe Jenner also had all over average games of 134, 105, 137 for 376, Jody Jenner had games of 155, 102, 118 for 375, while Colin Riley had games of 118, 142, 110 for 370.

For The Deadly Assassins, Peter Speller had games of 111, 120, 154 for a 385 series, Cara Cooper had games of 82, 150, 124 for 356, Hal Johnston had all under average games of 139, 121, 134 for 394, while Chris Purches’ absent score didn’t gain any points.

In It to Win It d MACK 13-7.

For In It to Win It, Lyn Carter had all over average games of 112, 119, 147 for a 378 series, Glenn Corbett had games of 180, 145, 193 for 518, Cameron Arnold had games of 168, 136, 135 for 439, while Adam Richardson’s absent score gained them two points.

For MACK, Cheyne Pons had games of 157, 167, 101 for a 425 series, Ashleigh Miller had games of 89, 89, 129 for 307, Margret Gardiner had games of 101, 101, 101 for 303, while Robin Quintrell’s absent score gained them one point.

The 200 plus club award games were by Nutters’ Isaac Riley with a great game of 218, The Niners’ Ron Timbs had a nice game of 205, well done to Isaac and Ron.

How teams stand after round 34 of Pioneer Tenpin Bowling League: Nutters 377 1/2, The Niners 376 1/2, In It to Win It 362, Thunderbirds 359 1/2 Spicks and Specks 345, Nohopenhells 336 1/2, MACK 332, The Deadly Assassins 322, Powerpins 321 1/2, The Screaming Banshees 315, Bitches 293, The Pin Heads 291.

Well, before I sign off bowlers and readers, may I remind you all that there are only two rounds to go before the next competition gets under way.

Officials need four more teams of four players per team and the cost is only $21 for three games and there is a great honour board.

Also pick the score on the first game bowled, five meat raffles to be won every week and great music to listen to while you are bowling.

If you are bored and want something to do on a Monday night, why not come to Shoalhaven City Lanes, Narang Road, Bomaderry?

You don’t need to be a good player to play in it as it is based on handicap, so see you all at 5.45pm on Monday night.

Well, that’s all for this week, although The Pin Heads require a player for their team.

So until next time, good luck and high scoring.

Les Collins.

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