Whether due to the heat or the long Jubilee Weekend, the 5th round of the Monday Night Tenpin League bought yet another crop of good scores with last week's nine 200+ games topped by one this week. In match one, Papa's Kids played Hitmen & Her and between them managed to produce half of the night's 200+ totals.
Round 4 of the Monday Night Tenpin League saw the number of 200+ games almost hitting double figures. The first of these came from Roddy Bremner of Hitmen & Her with a 204 game as they did battle with Gowks - his team comfortably taking all the first game points.
Monday night signalled the last round prior to most bowler's handicaps re-establishing and some good performances were on offer. The first match saw Gowks take on Papa's Kids in a cat-and-mouse game which resulted in a 10-10 draw.
The second evening of the Monday Night League saw the majority of bowlers settling back into a steady rhythm with generally average results. The first battle fell between Hitmen & Her and Wasters.
Gents Winners. Alex Mackay / Richie Byrne (Francis Street Club Wick).
Monday night saw the start of the Summer Tenpin Bowling Leagues with the new computer animations causing much amusement amongst the bowlers. The first match found Papa's Kids taking on Gutterlevel and, despite a few closely fought individual points, Gutterlevel managed a 15 to 5 point win, with new team member Dave McGillvray putting in a solid performance.
Billy Hamilton and Suzanne Hossack contested the DCC Ingliston Single Stage Tarmac Rally last weekend in the MSIS Opel Kadett. They travelled down the 250 mile journey with their service crew consisting of Kevin Hamilton, Jackie McNeill, Davie Chisholm and June McNeill on Catering.
The Campbell Cowie Shield is an annual competition between Wick Indoor Bowling Club and Wick Dounreay Indoor Bowling Club The winners this year were Mr & Mrs Frank McKellan and the runners up were Mrs V McNab and Mrs Jean Taylor. (pictured) .
The names of Overall Club Championship Shield Winners are - Boys singles Kevin McGee Boys Doubles, Kevin & Derek Falconer Girls Singles Lorraine Sinclair Girls Doubles Lorraine & Aileen Allan Mixed Doubles, Kevin & Aileen.
Ashes triumph over The Pathetic Sharks (formally Co-op) in RMC Challenge Trophy. A sizable crowd turned out at Naver on Wednesday to see Ashes F.C.
Caithness Utd under 12's team from Sunday. They beat Elgin 4-2 at Thurso.
Week 18 and last week of the RMC sponsored football league and the headlines are It's snow joke as Champions Ashes check out in style. The games went ahead last night after teams agreed to finish the league despite the atrocious weather conditions as snow hit Naver last night.
As there was not a big entry all five categories Singles, Doubles and Mixed were played on a round robin basis. Steven Craigie, Wick took all 3 titles - boys singles, doubles and mixed Kirsty Grant, Thurso took 2 titles - girls singles and doubles.
Week 17 of the RMC sponsored league and the headlines are: Ashes are crowned as new RMC sevens champions! Ashes secured their first trophy last night with a 4-1 win over a fighting Castletown side. Castletown indeed had the better of the first half and went a goal up after a defensive mix up left Stuart MacKenzie free and he nodded home from a free kick.
Ormlie Motors sponsored cup competition to be held on Saturday February the 9th 2002. The draw was made by Christine Gunn from Dounreay drawing registry.
Week 16 of the RMC sponsored 7 a side league and the headlines are: Groats keep pressure on Ashes as title race goes to the wire. John O'Groats made sure their was no celebrations for Ashes last night in rain swept Naver with a fine 4-1 victory over Pentlands.
First of all may I wish you all a happy new year Now on to business Week 15 of the RMC sponsored league and the headlines are: Jags burst Pentlands title bubble. Thurso Thistle all but ended Pentlands league challenge in yesterdays top match.
Week 14 of the RMC sponsored league, and the headlines are: Workshops edge out Castletown in Seven-Goal Christmas Cracker Castletown were left cursing their luck after fighting back from a goal down three times against Workshops only to come away empty-handed. First Murray Mackay, and then Stuart Mackenzie had twice cancelled out Workshops' lead, but the village side were denied a deserved point when Neil Fearn's late strike took a wicked deflection off Murray Mackay to wrong-foot keeper Bruce Souter.
The re-arranged fixture between Workshops and Thistle was played yesterday(Sunday) at Naver. Workshops knew a win was important to keep the pressure on The Ashes at the top and duly took the game to Thistle.
Week 12 of the RMC sponsored sevens and the headlines are: Co-op's endeavour pays big dividends at last. Co-op were sensationally only 1 minute from defeating last seasons champs Acks in last nights fixture.