Strange Bunch named top team

The Compass - - OPINION -

A tight bat­tle for the top spot in the ladies’ high sin­gle emerged on April 6 when Hazel Hardy and Verna Bow­er­ing bat­tled in the 50-plus Bowl­ing League at the Old Mill Lanes in Bay Roberts.

When the dust set­tled, Hardy pre­vailed over Bow­er­ing with a score of 199 to her op­po­nent’s score of 198. Marg Brad­bury rounded out the top three af­ter she bowled 187.

Lloyd Ros­siter stood tall in the men’s high sin­gle, fin­ish­ing on top with a score of 225.

Don Snow nar­rowly edged out Gord Roberts for sec­ond place with 210 to Roberts’ score of 208.

In the men’s high triple, Ros­siter fin­ished in top spot af­ter a shootout with the other two bowlers in the top three. He bowled a 564, while Ed Brown scored 553 and Snow fin­ished with a 545.

Bow­er­ing and Hardy flip-flopped in the ladies’ high triple, with Bow­er­ing scor­ing 538 and Hardy bowl­ing a 534. Brad­bury rounded out the leader­board with a 512.

The Strange Bunch were once again the top team fin­ish­ing with 45 points. The win gave the Bunch the tro­phy as league cham­pi­ons.

The Tailen­ders and Bub­ble­heads tied for sec­ond spot this week with 43 points. The Bub­ble­heads had 42 points and the Bright­lights had 41 points. The Blue­ber­ries rounded out the leader­board with 31 points.

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