MIL member bowls an epic score

News Mar 12, 2009 Flamborough Review

Over the constant (three times) buzzing of the foul alarm (some unnamed bowler kept triggering it), the lanes erupted into cheers as Taco Hanigan bowled an epic 401!

This was just the news we needed after hearing that iconic Stelco had been shut down indefinitely in Hamilton due to the recession.

Taco’s 401 was joined by Marshall Hanigan’s 323 (Marshall bowled a 896 Triple last Sunday), Warren May’s 330, and Erik Mac- Farlane’s 332.

First 300 game

Warren Boom bowled his first 300 game with a 301 (not bad when your average is 157), while Mike Dunkey made off with the $200 pot, also winning a few other games and getting an 844 triple.

Mike Ryckman hit a 700 triple.

This week, the Men’s Industrial League was saddened by the deaths of Mark Kawalchuck, Donny Barcellino, and -very suddenly -Christopher “Ziggy” Zimmerman.

Ziggy’s young family is in our thoughts and prayers as the community comes together to support them during this time.

-Submitted by Nathan Tidridge

MIL member bowls an epic score

News Mar 12, 2009 Flamborough Review

Over the constant (three times) buzzing of the foul alarm (some unnamed bowler kept triggering it), the lanes erupted into cheers as Taco Hanigan bowled an epic 401!

This was just the news we needed after hearing that iconic Stelco had been shut down indefinitely in Hamilton due to the recession.

Taco’s 401 was joined by Marshall Hanigan’s 323 (Marshall bowled a 896 Triple last Sunday), Warren May’s 330, and Erik Mac- Farlane’s 332.

First 300 game

Warren Boom bowled his first 300 game with a 301 (not bad when your average is 157), while Mike Dunkey made off with the $200 pot, also winning a few other games and getting an 844 triple.

Mike Ryckman hit a 700 triple.

This week, the Men’s Industrial League was saddened by the deaths of Mark Kawalchuck, Donny Barcellino, and -very suddenly -Christopher “Ziggy” Zimmerman.

Ziggy’s young family is in our thoughts and prayers as the community comes together to support them during this time.

-Submitted by Nathan Tidridge

MIL member bowls an epic score

News Mar 12, 2009 Flamborough Review

Over the constant (three times) buzzing of the foul alarm (some unnamed bowler kept triggering it), the lanes erupted into cheers as Taco Hanigan bowled an epic 401!

This was just the news we needed after hearing that iconic Stelco had been shut down indefinitely in Hamilton due to the recession.

Taco’s 401 was joined by Marshall Hanigan’s 323 (Marshall bowled a 896 Triple last Sunday), Warren May’s 330, and Erik Mac- Farlane’s 332.

First 300 game

Warren Boom bowled his first 300 game with a 301 (not bad when your average is 157), while Mike Dunkey made off with the $200 pot, also winning a few other games and getting an 844 triple.

Mike Ryckman hit a 700 triple.

This week, the Men’s Industrial League was saddened by the deaths of Mark Kawalchuck, Donny Barcellino, and -very suddenly -Christopher “Ziggy” Zimmerman.

Ziggy’s young family is in our thoughts and prayers as the community comes together to support them during this time.

-Submitted by Nathan Tidridge