Last week the new league season of the Malta Bowling Association started.
On the first night of the BOV Premier League, it was 14-year-old Kayden Lagana’ who bowled the highest series of the night with 680.
Last Monday night his even younger team-mate Nicolai Mallia took that accolade, bowling a 686 for the night’s high series honour, and a 8-0 victory.
High bowler for the women was Team Brunswick mentor and coach Sue Abela.
Results of Monday’s night matches:
SuperSonic vs Brutal Legendz 0-8; OKMalta.com vs Royal Shock 8-0; Bank of Valletta vs Powerfruit 6-2; Turu’s Knights vs Team Brunswick 0-8; BOV vs Team Boom 0-8.
All three bowlers are members of the MBA and the Malta Bowling Academy.
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