Pam takes the lead in the scratch league

The Nevis Centre's 10-pin bowling alley.

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After week three of the 10-pin bowling singles leagues at the Nevis Centre Fort William Pam Weller is the new leader of the scratch league with 45 points.
She is followed by Tony Whitelocke with 44 points and Brian Johnstone on 40 points. Brian Johnstone is the new leader of the handicap league with 42 points followed by Pam Weller on 37 points and Tony Whitelocke on 35 points.
Tony Whitelocke leads the chase for the Nevis Radio High Pin Trophy with 1455 scratch pins followed by Pam Weller in second with 1447 and Brian Johnstone in third with 1302.
The top individual scratch game this week came from Pam Weller with 199. Other good games this week came from John Weller with 183, Gary Cowan with 180, Wendy Brooke with 179 (a personal best) and Ben Weller with 175.
The top three game scratch series of the week were bowled by Pam Weller with 506 followed by Ben Weller with 494 and Gary Cowan with 466. The top three game handicap series came from Ben Weller with 611 followed by Brian Johnstone with 608 and Pam Weller with 596.