Wells in the Frame

July 16th, 2010  |  Published in Breaking News

Squad 7 was an all-English affair after the six-game block. John Wells of Tolworth, near London, came up one pin short of the 1400-barrier and Dominic Barrett, now from Colchester after moving house from Frinton-on-Sea, slipped into second place with 1364.

John Wells

Maybe Barrett’s bride-to-be, Cassie Staudinger from Australia, topped the women on this squad, shooting 1197 which, with her eight pin per game bonus, brought her up to 1245.

Wells, who is credited with more 300 games than most people have had birthdays, 42 ’tis said, did not perform with a 300 during the evening, but grabbed the second highest of  the scores on the squad with 266. The best came from Federico Rossi of Italy with 278.

Wells now slots into fourth place in the overall standings.

Four more squads roll on Friday and a further four finish up the qualifying rounds on Saturday. The program on Sunday calls for rounds of elimination in the finals with the final game of the stepladder final televised live on Eurosport at 17:15 CET. Semi-finals and final will also be web streamed on www.tbowling.cat. Click on ‘Eng’ for the English version.

TOP TEN STANDINGS AFTER SQUAD 7:

P Player Federation 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pins Hdcp Total
1 Chris Loschetter USA 257 277 237 217 227 259 1474 0 1474
2 Marcial Ovide Marron Catalonia 225 245 236 235 289 216 1446 0 1446
3 Mathias Arup Sweden 289 203 300 179 227 216 1414 0 1414
4 John Wells England 206 233 217 234 243 266 1399 0 1399
5 Mika Koivuniemi Finland 207 258 191 278 209 247 1390 0 1390
6 Martin Larsen Sweden 197 289 213 216 217 235 1367 0 1367
7 Dom Barrett England 222 218 215 214 258 237 1364 0 1364
8 Stuart Williams England 179 289 237 227 211 217 1360 0 1360
9 Brian Voss USA 224 222 258 204 213 226 1347 0 1347
10 Robert Andersson Sweden 235 215 245 232 206 210 1343 0 1343

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