Alleycats still top dogs in scratch league

The Nevis Centre's 10-pin bowling alley.

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After week 10 of the Lochaber Building supplies 10-pin bowling leagues at the Nevis Centre in Fort William, Alleycats remain in the lead of the scratch division with 40 points, followed by British Legion Fort William with 31 points and Don’t Give A Split on 30 points.

The handicap division is much tighter where British Legion Fort William stay on top with 31 points, closely followed by Don’t Give A Split on 30 points who beat previous second place team The Shambowls 5-0. Alleycats move into third spot with 27 points.
Individually, the best game in week 10 was 198 from Tony Whitelocke (Alleycats).

Other good games this week came from Gary Cowan (Don’t Give A Split) with 186, Ben Weller (Don’t Give A Split) with 182 and Nicholas Brooke (The Shambowls) with 177.

Tony Whitelocke also had the top two game scratch series of 367 and the top two game handicap series of 435 whilst Nicholas Brooke had the top handicap game with 234.
The best team scores of the week came from Don’t Give A Split who had the top scratch game of 609, the top two game scratch series of 1,215 and the top two game handicap series of 1595. Rotavators had the top handicap game with 803.

The top scratch averages are currently held by Pam Weller (Alleycats) with 164 followed by Tony Whitelocke (Alleycats) with 161 and Ben Weller (Don’t Give A Split) on 154.