DAVID Slatter of Telco Enterprises was named the most valuable player of the City Bowling League competition Monday night after he rolled a 653 high three game set. His team-mate Johann Pyfrom was the runner-up after he downed the pins for a 644 second high set. Anthony Ingraham of NUA Crusaders crushed the pins for a huge 268 high game followed by a 238 from Sonith Lockhart of Carib Construction.
Driskell Rolle of the Asurewin Pocket Pleasers was the ladies' MVP with a 214 high game and a respectable 576 high three game set. Rolle was followed by Kayla Nixon of CDM Knights with a 504 second high set. The second high game was a 189 from Angie Smith of NUA Crusaders.
The team scores for the evening were as follows:
The Avengers 3, Island Game Strokers 0; E&U Watercoolers 3, City Leaguers 0; Bahamasair Flyers 2, Asurewin Pocket Pleasers 1; Giga Tech 2, Clayton Gardiner & Associates 1; Telco Enterprises 2, Checkers Cafe 1; CDM Knights 2, Carib Construction 1; NUA Crusaders 2, BEC Shockers 1 and Ten Back Strikers 2, Brooklyn Strikers 1.
The evening was also the opening round of the 2nd half of league play. The top two teams from each half qualify for a playoff spot. Ten Back Strikers and Telco Enterprises qualified in the first half and would now be fighting for a first round bye. Other teams continue the fight for a playoff spot.