March 9th, 2010 | Published in Breaking News
It looked as though Yoan Alix was going to take top honors on the sole Monday night squad as he belted out 1495 over his six
games to top the squad and slot into second place in the overall standings.
The 30-year-old east Parisian, an estate agent by profession, who placed fourth in the Catalonia Open in Barcelona last week, accumulated four of his six games over 250 with a high of 268, a game only bettered by one pin on the squad by Holland’s Phil Hulst. Both the highs came in the second game of the squad and it now looks as though tournament leader Nico Joris’ 1518 is not as impregnable as it earlier looked to be.
Alix is now sandwiched between two Belgians, Joris and Gery Verbruggen but on the form of the last couple of squads things could change again when squad seven takes to the Plaza Bowling lanes Tuesday evening.
For full standings, see www.brunswickeurochallenge.com
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