All Stars and Greypex still the ten pin front runners
SPARE Me defeated One Pin on the ten pin front lanes this week (480, 427, 426 + hcp 305–473, 447, 475 + hcp 265).
Simon Cusack bowled the best score for One Pin, bowling a double strike and a score of 154, and team mate Paul Gillard joined the 125 club, also bowling a double strike and a total score of 130.
Rhett Smith, Spare Me, had a great start, bowling a double strike and a top score for his team with a score of 177, while team mate and son Len also bowled a double strike.
Up Your Alley defeated Incredibowls winning five of seven premiership points (390, 456 452 + hcp 310–466, 441, 488 + hcp 249).
Johnny Child, Paul Thompson and Korey Poole, Incredibowls, all bowled double strikes, and Paul Thompson bowled the best game of the night for his team with 148.
Kevin Stower and Nathan Brown, Up Your Alley, both bowled double strikes, and Nathan, bowling a series of strikes and spares, bowled the top score for his team with a score of 149.
In a very close game on the end lanes, All Stars only just came out in front winning four of seven (527, 449, 482 + hcp 246–475, 515, 412 + hcp 284).
John Davies, All Stars, bowled the best score for his team with 156 despite Lane Layfield bowling a turkey in his last game.
Greg Murphy, Gutter-licious, bowled three double strikes for the night and it was his first game which proved to be his best, bowling a top score of 163.
All Stars bowled the best game for the night, 527 and the best series, 1458.
Rhett Smith, Spare Me, bowled the top score of the night with 177 and Greg Murphy, Gutter-licious, bowled the best series for the night with 421.
All Stars still lead the premiership ladder (46 pts), but the gap is closing with Spare Me and Up Your Alley just behind (32 pts), followed by Gutter-licious (29 pts), One Pin (27 pts), Incredibowls (23 pts).
DEEZ Pins took all seven premiership points over Changing Lanes (526, 549, 478 + hcp 244–421, 420, 402 + hcp 289).
Shane Service, Changing Lanes, bowled the top score for his team with 140, while Deakin Allen, Deez Pins, started the night well bowling the top score for his team with 154.
Allen’s next game included a double strike, as did team mate, Johnny Child.
Although defeated, Foo Fighters were delighted to take two premiership points from Greypex (540, 554, 532 + hcp 214 – 457, 450, 465 + hcp 291).
Mark Ross, Greypex, was a standout bowler, with a turkey in his first game and a score of 169, a double strike in his second game and a score of 173 and a total of four strikes in his last game, bowling the top score of 175.
Team mate Don Howie also bowled a double strike, while John Excel, Foo Fighters, bowled a double strike and the top score for his team with 162.
Mark Ross, Greypex, was the overall best bowler for the night bowling a top game score of 175 and a series score of 517, and Greypex was the best performing team with a game score of 554 and a series score of 1626.
Greypex continue to lead the premiership ladder (61 pts) followed by Changing Lanes (51 pts), Foo Fighters (43 pts) and Deez Pins (41 pts).