Fight to the Finn

July 1st, 2010  |  Published in Breaking News

Perttu Jussila of Tampere, Finland had two great games of 264 and 278 included n his 1388 total to win squad five of the dream

Perttu Jussila

Bowl Open Thursday morning, finishing 15 pins ahead of second-placed Chris Loschetter of the United States.
The 19-year-old lithe Finn, a member of the Finnish national youth team for the upcoming World Youth Championships, takes over as number one on the leader board. demoting previous leader Bodo Konieczny into second place by the slender margin of three pins.
“I bowled on the outside today,” Jussila told us. “Yesterday I tried that and it felt OK, so I decided to do that today and it went well. Ig upu have the right idea how to play (these lanes) then they are pretty easy, but first I had no idea, so it felt very difficult. But when I found the right line, then it was very easy. After the first two games I changed to another ball. At first I used a Hammer then changed to a Virtual Energy. Now I’m hoping that my 1388 is good enough for the top eight on Sunday.”
Two more squads take to the fantastic Dream Bowl Palace lanes today, the first at 15:00 and the second at 19:00

full standings on: www.dreambowlpalaceopen.de

TOP STANDINGS AFTER SQUAD 5:

Pos. Country Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Hcp Total Ave.
1 Finland Perttu Jussila 230 264 218 227 278 171 1388 1388 231,33
2 Germany Bodo Konieczny 278 233 181 249 229 215 1385 1385 230,83
3 Germany Sascha Hauchwitz 227 217 234 204 248 243 1373 1373 228,83
4 USA Chris Loschetter 226 235 215 245 237 215 1373 1373 228,83
5 Germany Christian Rechenberg 253 192 185 236 227 254 1347 1347 224,50
6 Germany Michael Holzapfel 234 198 188 268 213 234 1335 1335 222,50
7 Germany Marco Baade 196 245 226 238 226 203 1334 1334 222,33
8 Germany Achim Grabowski 213 247 220 221 223 206 1330 1330 221,67
9 Germany Peter Knopp 180 256 213 245 197 238 1329 1329 221,50
10 Germany Stephan Unger 180 266 214 225 169 268 1322 1322 220,33
11 Germany Kai Günther 243 210 185 233 236 214 1321 1321 220,17
12 Kuwait Mohommad Al-Rageeba 208 199 235 190 242 246 1320 1320 220.00
13 Germany Sabrina Laub 205 216 235 179 225 197 1257 48 1305 209,50
14 Germany Jens Nickel 235 203 237 223 197 209 1304 1304 217,33
15 Germany Kai-Wan Kuo 224 269 170 197 216 222 1298 1298 216,33
16 Germany Manuel Mrosek 236 225 184 183 222 245 1295 1295 215,83
17 Germany Dirk Baade 225 203 226 168 221 249 1292 1292 215,33
18 Germany Natascha Kögler 234 233 190 191 178 206 1232 48 1280 205,33
19 Germany Birgit Pöppler 180 248 171 162 267 202 1230 48 1278 205,00

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