Williams takes over

July 1st, 2010  |  Published in Breaking News

After six sub-200 games in Squad 6, sturdy Englishman Stuart Williams found a good line to the pocket to produce his best

Stuart Williams

performance of the tournament so far, posting 1389 over the six games of Squad 7.

Williams comes to Munich fresh from winning the 6th Cockatoos Open in Paphos, Cyprus last week, pocketing a cool €5,000 after defeating fellow countryman Dominic Barrett, 514-513 in the final.

“I’m ecstatic, especially after the first squad,” joked Williams. “I was all over the place in the first squad really. I couldn’t really work out what the best thing to do was and I was joking with the guys about being either the guy who wins or the one who misses the cut. That’s how it felt, so I hope the lanes stay like this and not as they were in the first squad.

“This time I started off a little bit further inside. Ther were a lot more people who wanted to play inside in this squad and the oil carried down a lot faster and it became easier to hook the ball on this squad than it was on the last.

“Once the oil carried down it was a lot easier and I didn’t really notice the pair to pair. On the first squad it was like night and day. With these new installations only the tiniest little things can make big differences. Maybe it’s the way the sun shines through the windows. I’m not an expert, but when we were here for the Nations’ Cup there were quite big differences when we were changing lanes.”

The squad win and new tournament leader with 1389 means that Williams can now take a day off and explore the ancient and new of the historial city Munich.

Three more squads take to the Dream Bowl Palace lanes tomorrow (Friday), rolling at 11:00, 15:00 and 19:00 CET.

TOP STANDINGS AFTER SQUAD 7:

Pos. Country Name Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sub Hcp Total Avr.
1 England Stuart Williams England 224 228 224 243 252 218 1389 1389 231,50
2 Finland Perttu Jussila Finland 230 264 218 227 278 171 1388 1388 231,33
3 Germany Bodo Konieczny Germany 278 233 181 249 229 215 1385 1385 230,83
4 Germany Sascha Hauchwitz Germany 227 217 234 204 248 243 1373 1373 228,83
5 USA Chris Loschetter USA 226 235 215 245 237 215 1373 1373 228,83
6 Kuwait Mohammad Kamel Kuwait 217 223 247 227 246 211 1371 1371 228,50
7 Sweden Martin Paulsson Sweden 226 267 236 200 193 246 1368 1368 228,00
8 Germany Christian Rechenberg Germany 253 192 185 236 227 254 1347 1347 224,50
9 England Dominic Barrett England 215 257 190 192 232 256 1342 1342 223,67
10 Sweden Robert Andersson Sweden 199 181 244 223 264 230 1341 1341 223,50
11 Germany Michael Holzapfel Germany 234 198 188 268 213 234 1335 1335 222,50
12 Germany Marco Baade Germany 196 245 226 238 226 203 1334 1334 222,33
13 Germany Achim Grabowski Germany 213 247 220 221 223 206 1330 1330 221,67
14 USA Brian Voss USA 228 185 180 280 259 198 1330 1330 221,67
15 Germany Peter Knopp Germany 180 256 213 245 197 238 1329 1329 221,50
16 Germany Stephan Unger Germany 180 266 214 225 169 268 1322 1322 220,33
17 Germany Kai Günther Germany 243 210 185 233 236 214 1321 1321 220,17
18 Kuwait Mohammad Al-Regeeba Kuwait 203 208 235 190 242 246 1320 1320 220.00
19 Denmark Frederik Ohrgaard Denmark 227 226 238 181 227 219 1318 1318 219,67
20 Finland Petteri Salonen Finland 215 227 238 212 194 222 1308 1308 218,00
21 Germany Sabrina Laub Germany 201 256 164 225 233 180 1259 48 1307 209,83
22 Germany Jens Nickel Germany 235 203 237 223 197 209 1304 1304 217,33
23 Germany Kai-Wan Kuo Germany 224 269 170 197 216 222 1298 1298 216,33
24 Germany Manuel Mrosek Germany 236 225 184 183 222 245 1295 1295 215,83
25 Sweden Mathias Ärup Sweden 258 227 144 247 225 192 1293 1293 215,50

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