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After week two of the 10-pin bowling singles leagues at The Nevis Centre in Fort William Brian Johnstone still leads the scratch league with 28 points followed by Gary Cowan with 25 points with Pam Weller in third place with 23 points. The handicap league is led by Iain Gregor with 26 points followed by Steve Day on 24 points with Jacob Payne in third place on 23 points.
Brian Johnstone still leads the chase for the Nevis Radio High Pin Trophy with 893 pins followed by Gary Cowan second with 875 and Pam Weller in third with 864 pins.
The top individual scratch game this week came from John Weller with a 190. The highest three-game scratch series of the week came from Tommy McKnight with 454 followed by John Weller with 449 and Brian Johnstone and Gary Cowan both with 432. John Weller had the best three-game handicap series with 611 followed by Tommy McKnight with 607 and Iain Gregor and Steve Day both with 595.