Ten pin ladder leaders continue to strike hard
Wednesday Night UP Your Alley had a good win over Gutter-licious, winning all seven premiership points (436, 420, 405 + hcp 311–443, 443, 391 + hcp 283).
Stuart Toy, Gutter-licious, bowled a double strike and the top score for his team with 137.
Kim Dunstan and Nathan Brown, Up Your Alley, both bowled double strikes, with Nathan bowling the top score for Up Your Alley with 139.
On the middle lanes Spare Me defeated All Stars, also taking all seven points (389, 463, 424 + hcp 358–439, 530, 490 + hcp 253).
Lane Layfield, All Stars, bowled a turkey in his second game resulting in the top score for his team with 170 pins down.
Len Smith, Spare Me, bowled an awesome second game with two double strikes, a total of six strikes and a top score of 182.
It was a close game on the end lanes, with Incredibowls just pipping One Pin four points to three (419, 530, 490 + hcp 246–521, 502, 471 + hcp 262).
David Ackland, One Pin, had a good start to the night bowling 164 in his first game followed by the top score of 165 in his second, while team mates Simon Cusack and Sally Lay both bowled double strikes.
One Pin’s Paul Gillard, although having a bad night on the lanes still shines through as a very promising bowler.
Korey Poole and Paul Thompson, Incredibowls, both bowled double strikes and team mate Johnny Child bowled two double strikes, with Thompson bowling the best game for Incredibowls with a score of 159.
Incredibowls bowled the best game of the night with a score of 530 and One Pin bowled the best series with 1494.
Len Smith, Spare Me, bowled the best individual game of the night with a score of 182 and Simon Cusack, One Pin, bowled the best series with 446.
All Stars are still top of the ladder (42 pts) but the gap is closing with Spare Me and Up Your Alley (27 pts), followed by Gutter-licious (26 pts), One Pin (25 pts) and Incredibowls (21 pts).
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