SRC Bowling for December 17 – 20

Similkameen Rec Centre Bowling for December 17 - 20 in Keremeos

Monday P.M. Alley Oops

Ladies

Irma Desjardins 197

Helen Witter 185

Bundie Page 183

Claire Carleton 183

Men

Wayne Ritchie 256 – 608

Harold Desjardins 236 – 602

Roy Stewart 229

Jack Popovich 212

Wednesday A.M. Goldenagers

Ladies

Madeleine  Pruden 221

Irma Desjardins 217

Lynda Jensen 239

Men

Harold Desjardins 205, 229 – 604

Clyde Morris 201

Thursday A.M. G.A. Swingers

Ladies

Joycce Fauteux 196

Men

Andy Kittleson 232, 208 – 635

Ron Blackmore 231

*Ed Wilson 261, 234 – 651

John Thornton 219

* Bowler of the week

 

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