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FINA WIN NATIONAL BOWLING LEAGUE

FINA have been crowned as the new National Bowling League champions.

The league was characterised by an entertaining fight between the reigning champions Okmalta.com and Team Fina.

Their friendly rivalry has now become the highlight of the league producing performances of international standard. The top players from these 2 teams claim 8 of the top 10 individual player rankings in Malta.

The league remained undecided till the end with okmalta.com remaining mathematically in contention till the end.

However, Fina never let it slip out of their hands and the new champions were determined to return back to their old winning days. Team Fina are the most decorated team in the annals of Maltese bowling, having now won 23 of the last 40 titles.

Their player Matthew Magro became the youngest player to win a championship title at age 15.

Team Ramis edged to third place being chased all the way by the improving Turu’s Knights. Ramis were an inconsistent side, at times edging ahead but failing to capitalise on their surges.

Paul Baldacchino scored the highest game of the season whilst Ranking Camilleri notched the best series. Sue Abela and Justin Caruana Scicluna set the highest individual averages throughout the league.

MIA won the second Division league and automatic promotion to 1st Division together with runners up JDS.

Team ATLAS won the Third division title and will return to Division 2 where they are a familiar name. Team Scotsman Pub secured second place.

Final Standings Division 1:
Fina
okmalta.com
Ramis
Turu’s
Yobetit
Royalshock
XS
Supreme
Satariano Hepo
Bank of Valletta

Final Standings Division 2:
MIA
Brutal legendz
BOV
Vintage
One For All
Supersonic
Strike Me
4Play
Mean Machine
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