Hotshot Bullen hits 93 to give Circle the Blues
THE highest Charity League individual score this week was credited to second-half setter Andrew Bullen junior.
He tallied 93 away at the Matson Rugby Club for Elmbridge Old Boys in a division seven match against Blue Circle with a slate of 9, 12, 9, 3, 6, 7, 7, 9, 14, 17.
It was quite an incredible finish as his 17 spare led to a 53 leg to end the night.
His memorable score also helped his team turn around a 39-pin first-half deficit to win four points beating Blue Circle by ten pins, 641-631.
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Anchorman Rich Browett chipped in with 73 and all second-half players deserved to keep their places after scoring 354 pins.
In division two, title favourites Tour Golf lost to Feds by one pin, going down 613-612.
Booga's Bowlers new signing Chris Wayman made an impressive league debut in division four, scoring 90 away at St James Club.
His magnificent second-half slate of 13, 8, 14, 10, 6, 8, 9, 7, 9, 6 powered his team to capture all six points, scoring 710 pins against St James Reveller's 651.
Martyn Brown contributed 84, part of a 384-pin second-half total – 58 pins more than their own first-half players.
Only Rebels Reformed have a 100 per cent record in this division from two games after Booga's Bowlers dropped two home points against the Bulldogs last week.
Mutineers, also in division four, did likewise against Mixed Spices scoring 710 pins – the highest away team total of the week and 710 was the only away score over 700 – on the St James alley with halves on 353 and 357.
In division six, RGH Dingos stalwarts Dave Robinson, Andy Locke, Eric Ede and John Hawker all celebrated the achievement of starting their 50th season of skittling for the same club, which has not been done before.
However, they lost the landmark match against Wynjammers 602-595.
In division seven, title favourites Three Oaks A took on Kingsholm Crusaders at the Kingsholm Inn.
They won the first half by 25 pins after scoring 362 pins, but a lacklustre second-half performance scoring 314 gave the Crusaders the edge.
The Crusaders' new signing Naomi Anderson scored 75 to take the second-half points by ten pins.
Also in division seven, Pete Smith for the Flyers at Spartans RFC Two struck a 17 spare with a first-ball flatner and followed it by hitting seven pins, leaving the 'bully two' and narrowly missed the back pin striking the middle.
However, an 18 spare and certificate didn't elude Roy Huntley for GRHS and SC, also in division seven, at the Kingsholm Inn against the Lillywhites for the first such feat of the season.
Westonians and GRHS and SC top the table with maximum points.
Highest home team score was 751 pins by division one table-toppers the Extras, where Luke Hayward's score of 84 included a spare of 17.
Biggest recorded win of the week was division six's Victoria Men, who showed no mercy to record a 101-pin home victory against the Rollers.