Pam leads chase for Nevis Radio High Pin Trophy

The Nevis Centre's 10-pin bowling alley.

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After week five of the 10-pin bowling singles leagues at the Nevis Centre Fort William Pam Weller leads the scratch league with 71 points.
Pam is followed by Brian Johnstone with 66 points and Tony Whitelocke on 60 points. Brian Johnstone leads of the handicap league with 68 points followed by Wendy Brooke on 58 points and Tommy McKnight on 57 points.
Pam Weller leads the chase for the Nevis Radio High Pin Trophy with 2,305 scratch points followed by Brian Johnstone second on 2,158 and Nick Brooke in third on 2,001.
The top individual scratch games this week came from Tommy McKnight and Brian Johnstone both with 188. Also this week Tony Whitelocke rolled a 171.
The top three-game scratch series of the week were bowled by Tony Whitelocke with 490 followed by Tommy McKnight with 446 and Brian Johnstone with 441. Tommy McKnight also rolled the top three-game handicap series with 620 followed by Tony Whitelocke with 592 and Brian Johnstone with 588.