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After week 10 of the Lochaber Building Supplies ten pin bowling leagues at the Nevis Centre in Fort William Alleycats continue to lead the scratch division with 46 points followed by Council on 41 points and British Legion Fort William in third place with 35 points. Alleycats also continue to lead the handicap division despite losing 3-2 to second place The Empire. Alleycats now have 37 points and The Empire have 32 points. It is very tight behind with Rotavators moving into third place with 30 points followed by Council and last weeks third place team Triple “B” both on 29 points.
Individually the best scratch game this week came from Brian Stewart (The Empire) who rolled 179. Elsewhere Ton De Ruk (Triple “B”) had the top handicap game of 233, Colin Pinkett (Council) had the top two game scratch series with 311 and Simon Hardiman (Rotavators) had the top two game handicap series of 445.
The best team scores of the week came from Alleycats who had the top scratch game of 582 and the top two game scratch series of 1147 whilst The Empire had the top handicap game of 813 and Rotavators had the top two game handicap series of 1574.
The top scratch averages are currently held by Brian Johnstone (Alleycats) on 159 followed by Pam Weller (Alleycats) on 143 with Gus Fraser (Council) and Tony Whitelocke (Alleycats) both on 141.