Women’s Combined

October 29th, 2010  |  Published in Breaking News

Nadine Geisler

Defending champion Kirsten Penny from England still has a good shot at making the

Kirsten Penny

double. However, Germany’s Nadine Geisler from Kaiserslauten, who has been the frontrunner almost from the start of competiton on Wednesday, cruised through the final eight-game block to lead both the squad and the overall standings, scoring 1794 on the combined short and long condition, the same score as yesterday’s long pattern.

Penny had 1638 today to finish in second place overall and Krista Pollanen from Finland takes third, falling back to 1542 on this testing combined pattern. Up into fourth comes Laura Rhoney from Scotland, bowling consistently on all three patterns and fifth is Marija Tkacenko from Latvia. The remaining three places of qualifiers go to Patcharin Torgersen, Norway; Ivonne Gross, Austria and Shahaf Antin, Israel.

Just the top eight after these 24 games remain in competition and the format switches to best of three games with the highest seed versus low and the high seed choosing the starting condition on the pair of lanes so Geisler will face Antin; Penny versus Gross; Pollanen against Torgersen and Rhoney takes on Tkacenko.

“The double would be nice, I wouldn’t say no, but there is a long way to go yet,” said Penny. “I didn’t play very well today. I had a lot of loose shots, missed quite a few spares and had some issues with a couple of my balls and … excuses, excuses, but I didn’t play particularly well but I’m happy I made the cut and that was what I needed to do.”

Full results on: www.ecc2010turkey.com

TOP 20 WOMEN’S STANDINGS
(8 Qualify for finals)

P PLAYER NAT Total

Long

Avr Total

Short

Avr Total

Comb.

Avr Total Avr
1 Nadine Geißler GER 1,772 221,50 1,794 224,25 1,794 224,25 5.360 223,33
2 Kirsten Penny ENG 1.683 210,38 1.773 221,63 1.638 204,75 5.094 212,25
3 Krista Pöllänen FIN 1.658 207,25 1.819 227,38 1.542 192,75 5.019 209,13
4 Laura Rhoney SCO 1.573 196,63 1.623 202,88 1.593 199,13 4.789 199,54
5 Marija Tkacenko LAT 1.482 185,25 1.657 207,13 1.631 203,88 4.770 198,75
6 Patcharin Torgersen NOR 1.565 195,63 1.633 204,13 1.535 191,88 4.733 197,21
7 Ivonne Gross AUT 1.544 193,00 1.64 205,00 1.519 189,88 4.703 195,96
8 Shahaf Antin ISR 1.433 179,13 1.659 207,38 1.578 197,25 4.670 194,58
9 Gülhan Aksular TUR 1.528 191,00 1.575 196,88 1.556 194,50 4.659 194,13
10 Marie Bengtsson SWE 1.531 191,38 1.588 198,50 1.526 190,75 4.645 193,54
11 Nicole Sanders NED 1.431 178,88 1.645 205,63 1.563 195,38 4.639 193,29
12 Isabelle Sacco FRA 1.477 184,63 1.492 186,50 1.652 206,50 4.621 192,54
13 Nicki Ainge ENG 1.562 195,25 1.423 177,88 1.626 203,25 4.611 192,13
14 Katerina Bestova CZE 1.457 182,13 1.666 208,25 1.457 182,13 4.580 190,83
15 Daria Pajak POL 1.480 185,00 1.597 199,63 1.433 179,13 4.510 187,92
16 Maria Nikolova BUL 1.468 183,50 1.517 189,63 1.512 189,00 4.497 187,38
17 Anastasia Rovithaki GRE 1.471 183,88 1.601 200,13 1.404 175,50 4.476 186,50
18 Valérie Cornuz SUI 1.513 189,13 1.511 188,88 1.452 181,50 4.476 186,50
19 Sue Abela MLT 1.503 187,88 1.519 189,88 1.426 178,25 4.448 185,33
20 Niki Schiza CYP 1.456 182,00 1.535 191,88 1.456 182,00 4.447 185,29

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