THE most valuable player (MVP) in the City Bowling League competition Monday night at Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment Centre was David Slatter of Telco Enterprises with a 242 high game a 659 high three game series.
The runner-up was Kelsey Rolle of the Asurewin Pocket Pleasers with a 613 second high set.
Ken Brathwaite, also of Telco Enterprises, struck for the 2nd high game of 225.
The leader in the ladies’ category was Tara Johnson of the E&U Watercoolers with a 213 second high game and an impressive 596 high three series. She was followed by Driskell Rolle of the Asurewin Pocket Pleasers with a 221 high game and a 561 second high set.
The team scores for the evening were:
Island Game Strokers 2,
Telco Enterprises 3,
Bahamasair Flyers 0
NUA Crusaders 3,
Checker’s Cafe 0
CDM Knights 0
Motor Works 3,
BEC Shockers 0
• The top four teams after 10 weeks of the second half of play are as follows:
Pleasers 19 11
Telco EWnterprises 19 11
Clayton Gardiner &
Motor Works 16.5 13.5
Note: With the Bahamas Bowling Federation’s National Bowling Championships starting on Sunday and continuing over a two-week period, the City Bowling League will take a break during that time.