The first star bowler we check today comes from the Monday junior league and was Thomas Wright from Mario Brothers with 104 over average for the series, an excellent performance from a great performer.
The only other star bowler to shine was from the Monday 7pm Doubles, and was Hayden Williams from Blayney Champs with 102 over average for the series.
This means that the star bowler of the week and winner of the Auto Wash, compliments of Pete’s Car Wash, was Thomas Wright who gave us that great 104 over average for the series.
There was no high roller champion this week, so the great prize of three free practice games have gone begging.
There were some bowlers in there trying;
Edward Hoogenboom 223, Jim Hartley 226, Kyle Jones 213, Hayden Williams 247, Nick Flannery 214, Ken McLachlan 242, Jason Brown 236, Hayden Swallow 222, Adam O’Connor 215, William Peate 206, Ron Forbes 228, Tash Britt 200.
This week’s almost made it hero and winner of the open order from Seven Seas Cafe was Thomas Wright (second mention) who scored 154 (PB).
Other bowlers seeking a great feed included;
Ray Kable 179, Paul Druitt 144, Val Gregory 184, Jenny Livermore 176, Judy James 147, Jenny Solling 136, Sylvia Stuart 121, Ron Quinlan 167, Bob Selwood 186, Mervyn Matthews 155, Verona Gavin 168, Robert Jones 189, Lily O’Connor 136, Khye Downey 116, Chris McConnell 177, Sean Tobin 150, Patrick Wright 130, Thomas Connolly 131, Patrick Govier 158, Shailyn Bryant 152, Jade King 124, Denneka Beath 166, Michael Wansey 181, Alison Herridge 145, Glenn Newman 168, Nicole Cheney 144, Matt Bryant 161, Ellie Calleja 132 (PB), Brody Jadezak 155, Rhonda Staines 153, Cathy Southwell 186, Scott Jones 163, Craig Rochester 184 and Russell Jones 146.
The second female of note for May and second in line for a go at the gift certificate from MJ’s All Hair-All Occasions was Rhonda Staines whose recorded score of 153 (PB) was 31 over average.
The second man of the moment for May and next in line for a shot at the gift certificate from Guys Cuts the barber was Thomas Wright (remember him?) whose recorded score of 154 (PB) was 61 over average and part of his 104 over average for the series.
Junior of the week and winner of the hot shot sports award from Domino’s Pizza was Ellie Calleja whose recorded score of 132 (PB) was 41 over average, a just reward.