Duncan-James catches fire in big week

HIGH ROLLER: Ross Southwell rolled a 228, but it wasn't quite enough to win the high roller champion award this week. He was one of a handful close to the three free practice games. Photo: JUDE KEOGH
HIGH ROLLER: Ross Southwell rolled a 228, but it wasn't quite enough to win the high roller champion award this week. He was one of a handful close to the three free practice games. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

In the Tuesday sport singles the star bowler was Lana Duncan-James who scored a wonderful 153 over average for the series.

In the Wednesday 7.30pm doubles the star bowler was Briana Priest, with 107 over average for the series.

In the Friday 6pm league the star bowler was Wayne Nolan from Three Torments with 106 over average for the series.

In the Wednesday 6.20pm doubles the star bowler was Emma Clark who managed a reasonable 103 over average for the series.

And finally there’s the Monday 7pm Doubles and the star bowler here was Joanna Bray from The Lefties with 103 over average for the series.

Star Bowler of the Week and winner of the Auto Wash, compliments of Pete’s Car Wash, was Lana Duncan-James.

There was no high roller champion this week, among those trying for the three practice games were Wayne Nolan 215, Marilyn Schwenke 219, Hayden Williams 239, Nick Flannery 204, Michael Quinlan 210, Ron Forbes 266, David Hayward 214, Ross Southwell 228, Tash Britt 215 and Ben Lees 251.

This week’s almost made it hero and winner of the open order from Seven Seas Cafe was Jay Pagett who scored 191 (PB).

Other bowlers seeking a good feed included Jenny Solling 159, Colleen Blake 143, Wolf Bishop 160, Julie Fitzgerald 154, Will Mastronardi 159, Verona Gavin 175, Robert Jones a brace of 169s, Jim Gavin 167, Ron Quinlan a pair of 163s, Chris McConnell 189, Jack Kent 126, Ollie King 104, Chris Brown 177, Lana Duncan-James 194, James Collins 149, Matt Bryant 184, Karl Sibley 148, Donna Holland 143, Mason Southwell 137 and Tammie Robinson 192.

The second female of note for June and next in line for a go at the gift certificate from MJ’s All Hair-All Occasions was Joanna Bray whose score of 198 was 55 over average.

The second man of the moment and lining up for a shot at the gift certificate from Guys Cuts the barber was Wayne Nolan whose score of 215 was 60 over average.

Junior of the week and winner of the hot shot sports award from Domino’s Pizza was Mason Southwell with 137, 52 over average.