Alleycats stay top after beating Peaky Bowlers

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

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After week eight 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 40 points after beating previous second place team Peaky Bowlers 5-0.

Team With A Bowling Problem are the new second place team with 26 points followed by Peaky Bowlers and British Legion Fort William next on 25 points.

Also this week Gutter Girls celebrated their first scratch points of the season after beating Rotavators 5-0. The handicap division is still very close at the top where Alleycats are the new leaders with 27 points followed by Peaky Bowlers on 26 points and Team With A Bowling Problem third on 24 points.

Individually this week the best scratch game came from Gus Fraser (Council) with a 163. Iain Gregor (British Legion Fort William) had the top two game scratch series of 306, whilst Colin Pinkett (Council) had the top handicap game of 228 and Gaynor Weldon (British Legion Fort William) had the top two game handicap series of 423.

The best team scores this week came from Alleycats with the top scratch game of 582 and the top two game scratch series of 1090 whilst Council had the top handicap game of 758 and the top two game handicap series of 1509.

The top scratch averages are currently held by Pam Weller (Alleycats) with 161 followed by Steve Day (Team With A Bowling Problem) with 147 and Tony Whitelocke (Alleycats) with 146.