SRC Bowling results

Bowling scores for January 14 - 17 from the Simillkameen Rec Centre

Bowling scores for January 14 – 17

Monday P.M. Alley Oops

Ladies

Helen Witter 255

Bundie Page 241

Pam Irwin 201, 209

Men

*Bruce Crossman 324 – 652

*Harold Desjardins 235, 264 – 685

Lester Pruden 200, 232

Frank Shiels 215

Norm Boucher 203

Jack Popovich 201

Wednesday A.M. Goldenagers

Ladies

Helen Witter 224

Men

Ralph Hodge 219

Bruce Crossman 205

Lester Pruden 234

Harold Desjardins 221, 248, 201 – 651

Thursday A.M. G.A. Swingers

Ladies

Gayle Landry 215

Joyce Fauteux 211

Men

Andy Kittleson 207

Paul Meikle 221

Paul Herchak 202

Clyde Morris 223

*Ed Wilson 245, 269 – 683

 

* Bowlers of the week

 

 

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