Alleycats still holding on to top spot in ten pin scratch division

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

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After week seven of the Lochaber Building Supplies ten pin bowling leagues at the Nevis Centre in Fort William, Alleycats still remain at the top of the scratch division as the only team with the maximum 35 points followed by Peaky Bowlers and British Legion Fort William next on 25 points.

The handicap division is very close at the top where Peaky Bowlers and Alleycats are at the top both on 24 points with British Legion Fort William third on 21 points.

Individually this week the best scratch game came from Ron Gretton (Retrovators) with a 211. Also this week James Porter (British Legion Fort William) had a 185, John Weller (Alleycats) a 171 and Brian Johnstone (Alleycats) a 170.

Gretton also swept the board with the rest of the individual honours with the top two game scratch series of 380, the top handicap game of 260 and the top two game handicap series of 478.

The best team scores this week came from Alleycats with the top scratch game of 638 and the top two game scratch series of 1178 whilst British Legion Fort William had the top handicap game of 844 and the top two game handicap series of 1635.

The top scratch averages are currently held by Pam Weller (Alleycats) with 167 followed by Steve Day (Team With A Bowling Problem) and Tony Whitelocke (Alleycats) both on 147.