New business bowling comp to start
OCTOBER will see the commencement of a new Friday night, after work competition, business versus business, starting at 6.30pm, with a prize pool of more than $1400.
There are only a few spots available so if your business is up for some fun between workmates, give Trish a call on 0412 728705.
The alley will also be opening from 12 midday every Wednesday from now on, and is looking for anyone interested in joining a group for a social bowl from 1.30pm.
The playground will be open to entertain the kids if mums want to get out of the house for a couple of hours before school finishes. Wednesday Incredibowls defeated top of the ladder All Stars, depriving them of all seven premiership points (553, 485, 467 + hcp 252–463, 477, 455 + hcp 247), starting the night with a bang.
Johnny Child finished his first game with a four bagger and a top score of 167 and team mate Paul Thompson bowled a double strike, also scoring 167.
Child went on to bowl a double strike in his second game, as did team mates Kay Sundborn and Paul Thompson, while John Davies, All Stars, bowled a double strike and teammate Glenn Peck bowled the top score for their team with 151.
Spare Me defeated Gutter-licious 435, 514, 495 + hcp 301–473, 408, 454 + hcp 283).
Rhett Smith, Spare Me, had a slow start but made up for it with his next two games bowling a double strike and a top score of 190 and 183, as teammate and son, Len Smith, also bowled a double strike.
Stuart Toy, Gutter-licious, bowled a turkey in his first game and a top score for his team of 181, while team mate, Mel Murphy, bowled a double strike.
In a close game on the end lanes, Up Your Alley defeated One Pin (461, 387, 464 + hcp 308–445, 520, 493 + hcp 262).
Mark Teunissen, Up Your Alley, found his form in his last game, bowling a double strike and joining the 150 club with a top score for his team of 167, as Dave Ackland, One Pin, bowled two double strikes in his second game, plus another two strikes resulting in a top score of 177.
Incredibowls were the best team, bowling a top game score of 553 and a series of 1505.
Rhett Smith, Spare Me, was the best individual bowler, with a game score of 190 and a series score of 490.
All Stars despite their loss this week are still top of the ladder (46 pts) followed by Spare Me (37 pts), Up Your Alley (36 pts), Gutter-licious (31 pts), One Pin and Incredibowls (30 pts). Thursday Foo Fighters had an easy win over Deez Pins who were one player down (371, 382, 376 + hcp 348–281, 316, 313 + hcp 276).
Ally Jess, Foo Fighters, bowled a double strike in her first game, and the team’s top score of 117 in both her first and last games, as Deakin Allen, Deez Pins, despite being injured and off balance, bowled the top score for his team of 115.
Greypex defeated Changing Lanes (506, 499, 599 + hcp 211–410, 356, 409 + hcp 315).
Jordan Service, Changing Lanes, bowled the top score for his team with a score of 130, and Don Howie, Greypex, bowled two double strikes and a top score of 193.
Don Howie, Greypex, was the best individual bowler for the night bowling a game a score of 193 and a series score of 450.
Greypex was the best team bowling a game score of 599 and a series score of 1604.
Greypex are still top of the ladder (66 pts) followed by Changing Lanes (53 pts), Foo Fighters (50 pts) and Deez Pins (41 pts).