Bermuda Bowlers have concluded competing in the Concecabol Championships in Costa Rica.
David Maycock, Renalda Bean and Blake Raynor all took to the lanes to compete.
Maycock finished 13th overall, after scoring a total of 4866 pins over the competition.
Maycock had a total of 1239 pins while competing in the Singles, he had 1230 pins in the Doubles, before registering 1183 pins in the Trio Division, Maycock would close out with 1214 pins in the Quartet Class he had an average of 202.75.
Raynor finished with an average of 171.04 after scoring a total of 4105 pins finishing 38th overall.
Raynor scored 1004 on the Singles, 1057 during the Doubles, 1007 in the Trios Division and then closed out with a total of 1037 pins in the Quartet Division.
Bean finished 39th overall after 3999 total pins at an average of 166.63 pins.
Bean had 1075 pins during the Singles, 918 during the Doubles, before scoring 1008 in the Trio Division and then 998 in the Quartet Division.
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Bermuda Bowlers Continue Competing in Costa Rica
Bermuda Bowlers continued competing in the Concecabol Championships in Costa Rica.
David Maycock and Renalda Bean took to the lanes to compete in the Doubles.
The pair finished 15th with a combined score of 2148 pins.
Maycock averaged a score of 205 pins over the 6 games bowled for a total of 1230 pins, while Bean averaged 153 pins over the six games for his total of 918 pins over the six games.
Friday, May 10, 2019
Bermuda Bowlers Begin Competing in Costa Rica
Bermuda Bowlers have begun competing in the Concecabol Championships in Costa Rica.
David Maycock, Renalda Bean and Blake Raynor all took to the lanes to compete in the Singles.
Maycock finished 13th with a total of 1,239 total pins after 6 games. Maycockís best score was reached in game three when he had a score of 269.
Bean finished 35th with 1,075 pins, his best was 218 which came in his 5th game.
Raynor finished 39th with 1,004 pins, Raynorís best game came in his 3rd game when he bowled a 223.
Monday, April 29, 2019
Bermuda Bowlers Return From Pan American Championships
Bermuda National Menís Bowling team returned home having qualified in first place for one of the final 2 spots for this summers Pan American Games.
Making up the Bermuda team included Dennis Joell, Damien Matthews, Akeem Talbot, Lamar Richardson, David Maycock, Steven Riley, Antoine Jones and Blake Raynor.
The team was up against National Menís team throughout North America, the Caribbean, Central America and South America which was to determine which countries get to compete in this summerís Pan Am Games.
Each team competed in six game sets of Singles, Doubles, Trios and five men team events before the cut was made to the top 16 for the Masters event.
Saturday, April 27, 2019
Bermuda Bowlers Qualify for Pan American Games
Team Bermuda qualified in first place for one of the final 2 spots for this summers Pan American Games.
The top two scores where used from each country to determine who would advance.
On the back of some great bowling from Damien Matthews & David Maycock, Bermuda National Menís Bowling team accomplished their goal of qualifying.
Matthews was consistent throughout the week long event with some spectacular bowling as he posted an overall average of 212.6 and Maycock recorded an overall average of 206.5.
The pair lead the qualifying rounds from the very first day and never looked back to secure Bermudaís berth for this summers games.
Matthews finished with a total of 5,103 pins and Maycock finished with 4,957 pins.
In the Singles, Matthews had 1,274 pins, while Maycock had 1,197 pins.
When they played in the Doubles, Matthews had 1,344 pins and Maycock had 1,239 pins.
Maycock had 1,174 pins in the Trio Divison, while Matthews had 1,331 pins.
In the Fours Division, Maycock had 1,347 pins and Matthews had 1,341 pins.