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Congrats to Fiume on #1

Postby RPDev66 » Sun Sep 25, 2005 8:04 pm

Congrats to Steve Fiume on his 1st neba win at Bradley Bowl. Also great bowling DJ Jones. It was an exciting championship match on a hard shot. Both bowled great all tournament.
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Postby Forry » Sun Sep 25, 2005 8:36 pm

Nice Job Steve. Well deserved.

Congrats also to Bowl New England (proprietors of Bradley Bowl) for stepping up and putting out a more competitive shot. It was nice not bowling on the usual house patterns, and watching bowlers make shots score. Extremely fair on both sides of the lane.

Would be nice if we could have a blend of some house shots and some more demanding patterns thru out the year. We do have houses that are capable of putting out some more demanding conditions.
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Postby Forry » Sun Sep 25, 2005 8:38 pm

Computer double posted so I will edit and say congrats again to Steve and all other finalists.
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Postby ScottW » Sun Sep 25, 2005 10:55 pm

Steve,

Congrats on win #2 and 1st singles title. Great bowling this weekend on a demanding condition.

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Postby Autopsie » Mon Sep 26, 2005 11:14 am

i thought he had 1 already.

great bowling on such a tough shot.
cudos to dj for a strong performance.

great job to all those that made the finals.
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Postby Becky » Mon Sep 26, 2005 2:44 pm

Prior to this weekend, Steve had won a over/under 40 doubles tournament.

The mistake in this topic's original post might be due to misformation on my part. In one of my many public errors this weekend, I announced he was looking for his first title before the semi-finals. I corrected that mistake in the championship match announcement.

He seemed extremely happy to add a singles win to his \"half a title\" (not my quote). He deserved the win. He was one of the few who shot consistantly high scores all weekend. 1166 to lead Saturday's squad then 206-255-237-234-237 in matches.
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Postby RPDev66 » Thu Sep 29, 2005 9:50 am

I thought he had a victory already but alot of people were saying it was his first neba title ever, but I knew it was his first singles victory. Thats why the title says it was. But anyway great bowling again.
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Postby RPDev66 » Thu Sep 29, 2005 9:50 am

I thought he had a victory already but alot of people were saying it was his first neba title ever, but I knew it was his first singles victory. Thats why the title says it was. But anyway great bowling again.
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