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5-Pin Bolwing - Talented 5-pin Masters invade Brandon and Neepawa

On Oct. 20-21, the Manitoba Masters Teaching Pins Over Average Division held two events in Neepawa and Brandon.

Winnipeg’s Christine McBride held off the competition both days, putting up scores of +249 and +95 to take first in both women’s events.

Winnipeggers also took the men’s events, with Terry Buchanan (+229) and Tom Hnatiuk (+118) taking home the titles early on this season.

Honorary mention goes to Westman’s Jerry Sayer, who finshed sixth in the men’s event in Brandon with a +143.

Big thanks goes out to Brandon’s Thunderbird Bowl and Neepawa’s Evan’s Lanes for hosting some of the best five-pinners in the province.

A friendly reminder that the Youth Challenge Westman Zone Championship will be held at Carberry Lanes this Sunday. Come on out and cheer on some of our young bowlers as they compete for spots at the Provincial Championships later this season.

Congrats to Wayne Lafournie of the Smitty’s Men’s League and Christine Riddell of the Monday Provincial Mixed League for Brandon Bowler of the Week honours. Wayne had a +123, while Christine had a +114. Great bowling!

Here are some more honours in Brandon and Boissevain for the week:

Monday Provincial Mixed

Roy Sepke 255 (696)

Jerry Sayer 236 (683)

Gary Everard 262 (677)

Pierre Vielfaure +79

Bruce Porter +55

Christine Riddell 270 (708)

Marg Swidnicki 259 (678)

Lynn White 243 (652)

Jaime Marshall +59

Dianne McAdam +53

Monday Night Mixed

Steve Derksen 353 (863)

Clayton Arthurson 275 (708)

Thomas Harper 261 (699)

Grant Olynick +68

Clayton Arthurson +85

Heather Arthurson 268 (707)

Ashley Van Damme 214 (574)

Nicole Sentner 209 (563)

Kristen Olson +56

Centennial Ladies

Elaine Campbell 241

Heather Martens (340)

Arlene Butson 243 (hdcp)

Jean Carrick (460) (hdcp)

Evelyn Zawerucha +42

Tuesday Night Mixed

Ralph Kampe 331 (669)

Norm Kusela 239 (659)

Greg Verhaeghe 219 (572)

Kevin Dellebuur 200 (538)

Jack Kooting 152 (426)

Debbie Kooting 249 (540)

Michelle Petch 219 (468)

Ashley Gilles 206 (539)

Trish Shannon 163 (450)

Sonya Kampe 155 (411)

Wednesday Golden Age

Ward Jackson 244 (458)

Wayne Brown 234 (388)

Bob Isleifson 220 (388)

Mike Linski +60

Wilf Lederhaus +57

Terry Jackson 228 (373)

Dot MacDonald 201 (345)

Elsie Lederhaus 205 (338)

Elsa Mondor +61

Doreen Isleifson +37

Smitty’s Men’s

Steve Derksen 320 (724)

Wayne LaFournie 303 (825)

Gus Scaletta 299 (804)

Ryan Mansell 276 (669)

Dave Mansell 268 (733)

Wednesday Ladies

Glenys Stanley 266 (727)

Angela Blaikie 219 (594)

Karen Buckman 231 (518)

Lois Morrow 192 (522)

Bonnie Irvine 190 (+37)

Boissevain

Monday Morning

George Garland 210

Monday Evening

Cliff McCallum 217 (603)

Joseph Wabick 227

Corbin Coulter 227

John Reimer +89

Helen Nantais 208

Judy Swanson +107

Tuesday Afternoon

Jim Hart 215

Rae Patterson 206

Bill Challner +146

Kerri Lynn Lamb 206

Donnelda Challner +34

Tuesday Evening

Grace Blanchard 252

Barry Chinner 231

Doug Harper 206

Glenn Kentner 209

Corbin Coulter (739)

Wednesday Afternoon

Laura Cuvelier 248

Nora Crowe 214

Myrna VanDamme 212

Eileen Sawatzky 210

Donna Garland +135

Wednesday Evening

Ray Wabick 212(601)

Joseph Wabick 242

Eugene Melnychuk 201

Rich Reimer 228

Glenn Kentner 238

Henry Timmer +138

Vicki Harper 227

Clara Reimer +188

Thursday Afternoon

Jim Hart 221

Kim Patterson 204

George Garland 246

Pete Dyck 225

Thursday evening

Laura Cuvelier 203

Dave Reimer 243

Aggie Jean Wear 237

George Garland 227

Henry Timmer 204

Corbin Coulter (682)

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition November 1, 2012

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On Oct. 20-21, the Manitoba Masters Teaching Pins Over Average Division held two events in Neepawa and Brandon.

Winnipeg’s Christine McBride held off the competition both days, putting up scores of +249 and +95 to take first in both women’s events.

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On Oct. 20-21, the Manitoba Masters Teaching Pins Over Average Division held two events in Neepawa and Brandon.

Winnipeg’s Christine McBride held off the competition both days, putting up scores of +249 and +95 to take first in both women’s events.

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