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Weekly Update: 4th November 2017

Weekly Update: 4th November 2017
Div 1 Week 37 – Windsor Bowl – 4 November
The division bowled 5 pins under average at Windsor with 36 200 games and 7 600 series. The high game went to Glenn Rowland 259, Cameron Phillips 257, Josh Vanderkolk 247 and 246, Ron Abdilla 244, Ken Armstrong, Chris Hampshire and reserve Peter Adams all 235, Shane Bond 226 and Mark Ward 225. The series was shared by Glenn and Ken with 662 each, Josh 653, Cameron 646, Chris 630, Shane 622, Reece Hines 621, Darren Topolski 585 and Andrew Parker and Peter 584. The ladies high game went to Amy Brown 205 and 204, Jodie Terry 199, reserve Susanne Jack 192, Trudy Gould and Sandra Stanshall 186, Sindy Searle 181, Meg Abdilla and Kayleen Watts 179 and Meg again 178. The series went to Amy 567, Jodie 530, Susanne 513, Helen Cios and Kayleen 496, Sandra 495, Meg 490, Trudy 485 and Sindy 484.

Leaders Wetherill Park Guns won the post bowl from week 35 against Tenpin City Reaper Crew 11-8 and also won this week’s game 11-8 to extend their lead to 27 points. Reaper Crew won this week’s game 12-6. 3rd place Wetherill Park Bandits lost 11-8 to Bowlarama Hotshots as Campbelltown Cougars won 15-4 and moved into 3rd spot. Rooty Hill Roos won 15-4 and jumped from 9th to 7th in the standings. The high game went to Guns 1040, Campbelltown Cougars 991 and Roos 973. The series went to Cougars 2963, Guns 2816 and Hotshots 2748.
Div 2 Week 37 – Gosford Bowl – 4 November
The division bowled 4 pins under average at Gosford with 25 200 games and 3 600 series. The high game went to Jared Kirkland with 268 and 245, Garry Graham 236, Nathan O’Neill 235, Daniel Prince 231, Mark Ellison 226, Dave Stenstra 224 and Graeme Pulbrook 223. The series went to Jared 727, Garry 602, Nathan 600, Ray Vandine 598, Dave 592, Mikel Petersen 590, reserve Mark Ellison 582, Graeme 580, Ray Dillon 576 and Rob Mitreski 575. The ladies high game went to Maria Wrublewski 198, Rebeccanne Farr 197, Carol Stenstra 192, Wendy Kennedy 189, Ros Dowton 185, Kay Ginger 182, reserve Chris Pulbrook 180, reserve Nicky Foster 178, Angela Francis 175 and Wendy again 174. The series went to Maria 513, Wendy and Rebeccanne 509, Angela and Ros 505, Kay 500, Rose Lucas 496, Leonie Ince 491, Carol 490 and Chris 486.

Leaders Strathfield Tigers won 11-8, while 2nd place Wetherill Whisperers won 16-3 to move within ½ point of the top spot. 3rd place Rooty Hill Rhinos won 10-9, while 4th place Campbelltown Alleygators scored 15 ½ on the bye to move within 1 point of 3rd place. Gosford Grenades won 11-8, Windsor Wanderers won 11-8 and Windsor Rockets 10½ – 8½. The high game went to Whisperers 990, Western Warriors 921 and Tigers 919. The series went to Whisperers 2674, Alleygators 2673 and Tigers 2599.
Div 3 Week 37 – Tenpin City – 4 November
The division bowled nearly 2 pins under average at Tenpin City with 12 200 games and 2 600 series. The high game went to Matt Smith 268, Matt Burchell 225, Vince Granturco 215, Les Dunn and William Scheers 213, Nick Frost 208, Brad Cook 206, Bruce Worrell 205, Matt Burchell again 202, Bob Quinn 201 and Matt Burchell again 200. The series went to Matt Burchell 627, Matt Smith 605, Nick Frost 558, Bob 546, Les 545, Phil Spender 543, Brad and Jim Pavlic 533 and Bruce 518. The ladies high game went to Ros Kirkland 203 and 193, Marianne Keith 190, Debbie van der Meer 179 and 178, Julie Strickland 176, Christine Plunkett 174, Kerry Horvat 172, Julie again 167 and Leanne Gray 166. The series went to Ros 529, Debbie 521, Marianne 499, Julie 494, Christine 449, Eileen Egan 438, Kerry 437 and Jane Austin 408.

Leaders Lidcombe Looneys won 12-7 against 3rd place Wetherill Park All Stars while 2nd place Campbelltown City Dragons lost 10-9 to Strathfield Saints. 4th place Rooty Hill Pikachoos won 11-8 with only 16 points separating 2nd and 5th. Gosford Giants won 13-6 while Windsor Bushrangers won 17-2. The high game went to Pikachoos 955, followed by Dragons 862 and Giants 860. The series went to Pikachoos 2464, followed by Giants 2462 and Saints 2412.