Nevis Centre 10-pin bowling league return to the lanes

The Nevis Centre in Fort William

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Ten-pin bowlers have restarted their leagues at the Nevis Centre, Fort William.

The leagues are again being supported by Lochaber Building Supplies.

After the first week, Alleycats and Retrovators are at the top of the scratch division with the maximum five points, followed by Team With A Bowling Problem and British Legion Fort William on three points.

In the handicap division, Rotavators are the only team with the maximum five points, followed by Alleycats, Team With A Bowling Problem and British Legion Fort William all on three points.

Individually, the best games in week one came from Pam Weller, Alleycats, with games of 178 and 170. Also this week, Iain Johnstone, Rotavators,  rolled a 176; John Weller, Alleycats, a 171 and Ron Gretton, Retrovators, a 175.

Pam Weller had the top two-game scratch series of 348 and the top two- game handicap series of 385. Ron Gretton and John Harvey, Retrovators, had the top handicap games with 213.

The best team scores all came from Alleycats with the top scratch game of 651; top two-game scratch series of 1,235; the top game handicap game of 796 and the top two-game handicap series of 1,525.

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