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Thursday, July 12, 2018
Bermuda Summer Travel Tournament Round Up

The SUMMER TRAVEL TOURNAMENT with the previous names of American Airlines and Jet Blue moved into it’s fifth week.

There are four weeks to go to the Semi-Finals and on the 10th night the finals for all the qualifiers to win that sought after Airline Ticket.

Topping the scores this week Dennis Joel bowled a 734 while Anthony Zuill could only record a score of 669. Flo Simons who topped the scores last week took third place with a 643.

On the scratch side of the Tournament Joell topped the list with a 674 series with games of 207, 234 and 233. The third high game 224 was bowled by Blake Raynor, while Simons top scratch game was 194.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Summer Travel Tournament Update

The Summer Travel Tournament is underway at the Warwick Bowl.

Participants have to bowl six of the nine weeks schedule to be able to participate in the finals for the prizes of airline tickets for travel.

This Tournament replaces the American Airlines tournament who no longer sponsor after a 35 year sponsorship.

Blake Raynor is the current leader with 675 pins, Lamar Richardson is second with 649 pins, while Elvin Thomas is third with 632 pins and McNeil Simmons is fourth with 609 pins.
Sunday, June 03, 2018
Bermuda Bowlers Prepare for CAC Games

Bermuda’s National Men’s Bowling Team of Damien Matthews, Rickai Binns, David Maycock, Levinc Samuels, Akeem Talbot and Lamar Richardson recently spent three days of training at the world renown International Training and Research Center in Arlington Texas under the watchful eye of Team USA National Head Coach Rod Ross and his staff.

In preparations for next month’s CAC games in Barranquilla Colombia the National team spent three full days at one of the top training facilities in the world. All of the team members stated that their experience was a huge lift in their preparations for the CAC games.

Team Captain Richardson described his overall experience as unforgettable as it was his first time attending this facility, he said it was definitely the most knowledge he has ever received in one training camp.

Richardson said, “Coach Rod Ross and his staff gave each member of the team analysis on each member of the team and provided them with tools to improve as a team as well as for their individual performance.”

Teammate Matthews said, “This was undoubtedly one of the best experiences I ever had, the class sessions, stress test, mental training, lane play are just a few tools that will help them in their preparations for the CAC games and World Championships later this year in Hong Kong.”

Samuels said, “The tools that were provided was better than I anticipated as every question we asked was answered with more information than he expected and the technology used was mind blowing.”

Maycock commented, “They taught us how to increase ball speed, change hand positions and see different ball motions.”
Talbot and Binns both stated, “The technology used was very impressive. The team was also put through test to test their overall physical fitness as well.”

Over thirty countries have attended this facility and some have gone on to capture major international titles after competing training at this facility.

Thursday, May 24, 2018
Bermuda Bowlers Compete in Championships
Several Bermuda Bowlers are competing in the USB Open Bowling Championships

In the Doubles the team of Richard Zuill and Casey Burgess are in 30th place with 1129 pins.

Ivan Trott, Hilton Hayward, Lilian Wilson, Alfred Jones and Eldon Landy make up the Bermuda Onion No 1 team, Harold Minors, Michael Vassell, Terrylynn Jones, Vernon Daniels and Carl Ried make up the Bermuda Onions 2 team.

The Bermuda Onions 3 team consist of Wayne Anthony Smith, Donald Dane, Sinclair Paynter, Willoughby Harvey and Quinton Stovell, while Gregory Simons, Lee-Ann Landy, Davon Bassett, Leonard Keith Wilson and Alpheus Santucci make up the Bermuda Onion 4 team.
Monday, April 30, 2018
Freisenbruch-Meyer Continental Bowling League

In Freisenbruch-Meyer Continental Bowling League action the Nifty Rollers and the Odd Balls ended 15 – 15, while the Spicenix defeated the Odd Balls 20.5 - 9.5, while The Invaders defeated New Hope 19 – 11. Quickie Lickie Laundry defeated the Bermuda Pest Control 21 – 9 and the Under Dawgs defeated the Pinjammers 22 – 8.

High Scratch Game


Patrice Tucker 226
, Edna Mae Tuzo 225, Jennifer Stovell 207


Michael Honore’ 264
, Loderick Holder Jr. & Carl Reid 254


Under Dawgs 977
, Spicenix 964, Odd Balls 960

High Scratch Series


Edna Mae Tuzo 597
, Florence Simons 571, Patrice Tucker 556


Harold Minors 669
, Michael Honore’ 666, Troy Richardson 652


Spicenix 2758
, Odd Balls 2691, Cubs 2594
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