SRC Bowling scores

Strikes and Spares

Alley Oops, Monday, February 28


Joyce Fauteux 279-614

Bundie Page 225

Irma Desjardins 213

Kristina Dupuis 213





*Harold Desjardins 211- 312 =689

Lester Pruden 268 = 614

John Bork 212




Tuesday, March 1 Goldenagers


Maggie Fowler 181, 187, 275 = 648


Ed Wilson 203, 219, 222= 644

Andy Kittleson 230

Al Lloyd 201




Wednesday, March 2



Helen Witter 222, 200 215 = 637

Doreen Crossman 241


Harold Desjardins 226, 221 =629

Clyde Morris 216, 223 = 618




Thursday, March 3 G.A. Swingers


Lorraine Davidsen 210


Garry Billon 203

Ron Blackmore 206

* Bowler of the week


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