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KMH keeps top spot in
Friendship bowlfest

Kami Mga Hubin remained on top in the premiere class, as FRM Marketing grabbed the lead from No.4 spot in the non-rated division of the Suppliers Friendship Cup Open Trio Bowling Championship at the New Top’s Millennium Plaza Alley in Bacolod City.

Condura ASSFBI Ladies led the women’s group.

With three more outings left, the KMH bowlers of Robbie Elegado have 6,337 pinfalls, with 145 pins over Sharp led by Irne Diaz with 6,192.

Silverado ASSFBI of Cecil Silverio is third with 6,110.

Davies “A” has 6,104; Davies “P”, 6,002; TNT/Cezar Machine Shop, 5,990; NPBC RJ Stars, 5,967; Mulo Car Aircon II, 5,894; ESD Electronz II, 5,867, and Mulo Car Aircon, 5,679.

FRM Marketing of Fil Magbojos had 774 balls in two matches to top the non-rated department with 5,986 with erstwhile leader ESD ElectronZ I third with 5,916.

Candles/Alimon Steel was second with 5,923.

In the same category are Davies “C”, 5,889; Metro Sales, 5,869; St. Joseph Alumni Association, 5,859; Amor, 5,808; Sanyo, 5,749; TNT/C-zar Machine Shop, 5,717; Manila Bulletin/Phil. Daily Inquirer, 5,695; RJPL, 5,668, and Eco-saver, 5,422.

Condura led in the women’s category with 5,766.

Other scores: Tiger Eye I, 5,607; Davies Fusion, 5,521; SJS-LS D’Adventurer’s, 5,503; Retro, 5,162; KMG, 5,1,58; BACIBA/Racahe, 5,151; Panasonic/ON-BCAIBA, 5,030, and Tiger Eye II, 5,020.

Meanwhile, a two-game single bowling game will be held tonight at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

It is open to all non-rated bowling enthusiasts in Bacolod City and neighboring cities and towns.

The top three bowlers will be declared the winners.

Rated players are now allowed to participate.

Action will start at 6:30 p.m.*HLG

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