Strikes and Spares – Sim Rec Centre bowling results

Strikes and Spares - Sim Rec Centre bowling results from Keremeos




October 22 – 25

Monday P.M. Alley Oops


* Claire Carleton 275, 218 – 669

Pam Irwin 225

Bundie Page 209


Wayne Ritchie 249

Harold Desjardins 226

Lester Pruden 203


Wednesday A.M. Goldenagers


Helen Witter 206, 218

Lynda Jensen 225


* Harold Desjardins 270, 21 – 647

Bruce Crossman 206










Thursday A.M. – G.A. Swingers


Bonnie McConnell 218

Pat McBride 206

Joyce Fauteux 205


Andy Kittleson 202, 223 – 615

Paul Herchak 242

Clyde Morris 246 -631

* Bowler of the week




October 24 – Wednesday Short League

Lynda Jensen 203

Rae Langille 230, 216

Donegal Wilson 203

Dean Schneider 221

Henry Jensen 213, 233


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