Alleycats remain only team on max points in ten pin leagues

NO F46 Nevis Centre 10 pin bowling alley
NO F46 Nevis Centre 10 pin bowling alley

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After week four of the Lochaber Building Supplies ten pin bowling leagues at the Nevis Centre in Fort William, Alleycats remain the only team with the maximum points in the scratch division and lead with 20 points followed by Team With A Bowling Problem on 16 points and British Legion Fort William on 15 points.

In the handicap division Team With A Bowling Problem continue to lead with 14 points followed by Alleycats in second place on 13 points with Peaky Bowlers and British Legion Fort William both on 12 points.

Individually this week the top scratch games came from Pam Weller (Alleycats) with games of 198 – which included a run of 5 strikes in a row – and 189. A

lso this week Tony Whitelocke (Alleycats) had a 176. Pam Weller also had the top two game scratch series of 387 – the season high, and the top two game handicap series of 451 whilst Simon Hardiman (Rotovators) had the top handicap game of 234.

The best team scores this week came from Alleycats with the top scratch game of 628, the top handicap game of 801 and the top two game handicap series of 1225 whilst Peaky Bowlers had the top two game handicap series of 1575.

The top scratch averages are currently held by Pam Weller with171 followed by Steve Day (Team With A Bowling Problem) on 150 and Tony Whitelocke on 145.