Alleycats now uncatchable 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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Ten pin bowling report for week 12:

After week 12 of the Lochaber Building Supplies ten pin bowling leagues at the Nevis Centre in Fort William, the scratch division is still led by Alleycats who are now uncatchable at the top with only two weeks left to play on 58 points.

British Legion Fort William move into second place on 42 points followed by Team With A Bowling Problem who drop to third place on 41 points after losing 5-0 to leaders Alleycats.

The handicap division is still very close with positions changing every week as the top group of teams sometimes play one another.

Alleycats head the table with 39 points after beating previous top team Team With A Bowling Problem 5-0 who drop to fourth place on 34 points.

Peaky Bowlers move into second spot on 38 points with British Legion Fort William in third place on 35 points.

This weeks top individual scratch game came from Pam Weller (Alleycats) with a 199 followed by Brian Johnstone (Alleycats) with 187. Johnstone also had the top two game scratch series of 346, the top handicap game of 235 and the top two game handicap series of 442.

The best team scores this week all came from Alleycats with the top scratch game and season high of 671, the top two game scratch series of 1215, the top handicap game of 864 and the top two game handicap series of 1601.

The top scratch averages over the season so far are currently held by Weller with 158 followed by Tony Whitelocke (Alleycats) and Steve Day (Team With A Bowling Problem) both with 148.