After a slow start, Niagara and Ontario Hall of Famer Paul Asselin appears to have got his 2017-18 Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League season back on track.
Jeff Stevens, Special to Postmedia News
Jason Pendlebury is coming into his own in the Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League, which is only natural as he comes from good stock.
It’s not known whether Chris Disher threw a game, or even picked up a ball over the summer, since the end of the last Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League season.
Chris Disher didn’t take long to get his Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League season in gear, albeit with a little help.
For 5-pin bowlers aged four to 20 in the Youth Bowling Canada, the crown jewel of every tournament season is the YBC National Championships, formerly known as the Four Steps To Stardom, and the opportunity to earn the right to be known as the best youth bowlers in Canada.
The Smith’s Home Services Ravens have been riding atop the Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League standings for a good chunk of the final segment of the season, but still needed the last night of the season to lock up top spot and finish the season with the league’s final segment title.
With one week to go before the end of the Niagara 5-pin Mixed Pro League season, a lot of bowlers are putting up some of their better scores as teams jockey for position in the standings heading down the stretch.
In the 150 years since Confederation, 5-pin bowling was named as Canada’s fourth greatest invention of the last century, with the sport celebrating its 100th anniversary back in 2009.
In last week’s positional rolloff in the Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League, Riekie Dutcher led her squad to a dominant win to push her team into first place in the standings with a little more than a month to go.
Mid-March is a good time for teams in the Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League to get hot.
Valerie Vallee has had her fair share of great nights on the lanes in the Niagara Five-Pin Mixed Pro League.
Jason Pendlebury is returning to form in the Niagara Five-Pin Mixed Pro League.
You’ll have to excuse Tim Dixon for feeling as if he is living a Dickensian life this bowling season.
Dan Stup has been coming on strong the past few weeks of the Niagara Five-Pin Mixed Pro League season.
If the finish to the second segment of the Niagara Five Pin Mixed Pro League is any indication as to how the third and final segment will play out, it might be a good idea to book a seat at Pla Mor Lanes right now or get there early when the final night arrives 11 weeks from now.
Tracy Smith has been on a bit of a roll recently, getting back into the mix of the top ladies’ averages in the Niagara Five Pin Mixed Pro League.
With two weeks to go in the Niagara Five Pin Mixed Pro League’s second segment, some teams are beginning to make their moves in a tightly contested segment in which no position has been decided yet.
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