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ALEX PADMORE WINS 2ND LIGBT TITLE WORTH $1,000

Posted On: July 29, 2012

Champion Alex Padmore

July 29, 2012

 

East Meadow, NY: The LIGBT made a summer stop at AMF East Meadow and a great crowd of 121 bowlers competed for more than $4,000 in prize money. At the end of the day the bowler with the winner’s trophy and the $1,000 top prize was Alex Padmore, Jamaica, NY. This was Alex’s second LIGBT title and his first in over a year.

 

The final shootout was an exciting one as Alex secured his title with a mark in the tenth frame which gave him a 229 handicap game. Finishing second was Fermin Diaz, New York, NY with a 207 worth $500. Third place went to Tony Gee, Floral Park, NY who earned $250 with a 191. Tony was the 3pm squad leader with an amazing 820 handicap series.

 

Tournament scoring was on the moderate side as Kegel’s 43 foot Dead Man’s Curve was used. A total of 25 bowlers advanced to the finals which paid out $4,150. The next LIGBT Sunday event will be August 19th at AMF Wantagh. For complete results of the AMF East Meadow tournament please visit www.ligbtour.com.
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WILLIAM WATSON WINS $1,000 AND HIS FIRST LIGBT TITLE

Posted On: July 02, 2012

Champion William Watson

July 15, 2012

Plainview, NY: The LIGBT made a summer stop at AMF Plainview and a great crowd of 107 bowlers competed for the $1,000 top prize. At the end of the day the bowler with the winner’s trophy was William Watson, Hempstead, NY. This was William’s first LIGBT title and he did it in style with a 271 game in the final shootout.

William, who recently converted to a 2-handed release, was the 1pm squad leader with a 782 series which seeded him directly into the finals. The 23-year old bowled great in the shootout as he defeated second place finisher Steven Williams, Bellrose, NY by 36 pins. Steve earned $500 with his 235 game while Frank Lunghi, Farmingdale, NY finished third with a 213 worth $250. 

Tournament scoring was on the high side as Kegel’s Beaten Path was used. A total of 21 bowlers advanced to the finals which paid over $3,800. The next LIGBT Sunday event will be July 29th at AMF East Meadow. For complete results of the AMF Plainview tournament please visit www.ligbtour.com

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