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After week 16 of the Lochaber Building Supplies 10-pin bowling leagues at the Nevis Centre in Fort William, with only two weeks remaining, Alleycats are now uncatchable at the top of the scratch division with 74 points after beating second place team Council 5-0 this week in a top of the table clash.
Council remain in second place with 63 points but The Empire are now right on their heels in third place with 62 points after beating Triple “B” 5-0.
The handicap division is much closer, where this week the top five teams all dropped some points. The Empire remain in the lead with 60 points followed by Alleycats with 59 points and Council with 54 points.
The top individual scratch game this week came from Iain Gregor (British Legion Fort William) with 210 which ties the highest for the season. Also this week Pam Weller (Alleycats) had a 184 and Brian Johnstone (Alleycats) had a 180. Iain Gregor also had the top handicap game of 266, while Pam Weller had the top two game scratch series of 329 and Simon Hardiman (Rotavators) again had the top two game handicap series with 455.
The best team scores this week came from Alleycats, with the top scratch game of 652, the top two game scratch series of 1,185 and the top handicap game of 834 whilst British Legion Fort William had the top two game handicap series of 1,553.
The top scratch averages are currently held by Brian Johnstone on 161 followed by Pam Weller on 149, with Brian Stewart (The Empire) on 146.