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Weekly Update: 19th August 2017

Weekly Update: 19th August 2017
Div 1 Week 27 – Windsor – 19 August
The division bowled 4 pins under average at Windsor with 29 200 games and 11 600 series. The high game went to Shane Brown 257, reserve Brendan Harris 255, Chris Greaves 247, Rodney Kitley 246, Wolf Miller 241, Dean Colton, Mark Ward and Chris again 236, Chris Bedwell 235 and Doug Elliott 234. The series went to Chris Greaves 677, Rodney, 665, Shane 638, Wolf and Mark 623, Chris Bedwell 617, Brendan 612, Dean 609 and Shane Bond 603. The ladies high game went to Meaghan Curtis 227, Amy Brown 224 and 220, Janelle Crass 215, reserve Justine Peters 208, reserve Courtney Brown 197, Sandra Stanshall 195, Courtney again 193 and Helen Cios 192. The series went to Amy 617, Janelle 592, Sandra 572, Justine 563, Meaghan 558, Courtney 541, Helen 534, reserve Monica Holyoak 518 and Jodie Terry and Meg Abdilla 501.

Leaders Wetherill Park Guns won 13-6 extending their lead to 9½ points as Tenpin City Reaper Crew lost a close game 10-9 to Wetherill Park Outsiders. 3rd place Wetherill Park Bandits won 10-9 against 5th place Bowlarama Hotshots while 4th place Campbelltown Cougars won 14-5 to move within ½ point of 3rd. Campbelltown Jaguars won 12-7. The high game went to Outsiders 1022, Guns 985 and Cougars 978. The series went to Cougars 2870, Guns 2848 and Rooty Hill Rogues 2749.
Div 2 Week 27 – Wetherill Park – 19 August
The division bowled 6 pins over average with 37 200 games and 8 600 series. The high game went to reserve Alex Sole 247, Ray Dillon 245, Dave Stenstra 244, Alex again 243, Mark Foster 235, Ray again 234, Mohi Rameka 233, Neil Mills 227, Allan Taylor 226 and Murray Walker 225. The series went to Alex 683, Neil 648, Ray 642, Mohi 632, Allan and Joe Wrublewski 623, Dave 619, Michael Heynsdyk 597, and reserve David Chi 581. The ladies high game went to Maria Wrublewski 223, Angela Francis 222, Carol Stenstra 221, Rose Lucas 209, Maria again 204, Melissa Webb 197, Angela again 192, Melissa again 181, Angela again 180, and Louise Morgan and reserve Fay Pipe 179. The series went to Maria 600, Angela 594, Carol 557, Rose 522, Melissa 521, Kay Ginger 485, Louise 476, Sandra Burchall 473, Rebecca Taduran 470 and Fay 461.

Leaders Wetherill Whisperers won 11-8, while Strathfield Tigers also won 11-8 from the pre-bowl played earlier and are 10 points behind top spot. Rooty Hill Rhinos hung on to 3rd place on win percentage despite losing 14-5 to Strathfield Sharks as Bowlarama Alleycatz moved up to 4th place scoring 17 on the bye. Windsor Rockets won 15-4 while Windsor Wanderers won 12½ - 6½. The high game went to Wanderers 978, followed by Whisperers 957 and Alleycatz 953. The series went to Wanderers 2808, Alleycatz 2737 and Bowlarama Dolphins 2729.
Div 3 Week 27 – Gosford – 19 August
The division bowled ½ pin under average at Gosford with 14 200 games and 3 600 series. The high game went to reserve Bob Cohen, 237, Bob Quinn and Matt Smith 235, Nathan Bracey 234, reserve Harry Collins 222, Kain Creed 218, Bob Cohen again 217, Mark Goggin 211 and reserve Josh Pinney, Robert Kelly and Matt again 204. The series went to Bob Cohen 637, Matt 636, Bob Quinn 612, Nathan 595, Harry 577, Franck Hervouet 561, Mark 558, Kain 552, Robert 551 and Matt Jeffress 545. The ladies high game went to Jasmine Hall 196, Leanne Gray 169, Maxine Jones and Janine Hendry 165, Marianne Keith 161 and a pair of 159’s, Pam Russell also 159 and a 158 and Louise Kelly and Abigail Keith-Wheatley 157. The series went to Marianne 479, Jasmine 466, Maxine 459, Ros Kirkland 453, Abigail 450, Louise 438, Pam 437, Melinda Royston 403 and Ancita Levy 401.

Leaders Lidcombe Looneys lost 10-9 to Wetherill Park All Stars who moved up to 4th place while 2nd place Campbelltown City Dragons edged closer winning 12-7. 3rd place Rooty Hill Pikachoos won 14-5, Gosford Giants won 11½ - 7½ and Windsor Bushrangers won 12-7. The high game went to Looneys 919, Pikachoos 902 and All Stars 866. The series went to Looneys 2584, All Stars 2533 and Pikachoos 2528.