Alley Catz Bowling make a strike for LIVES

Manager Mat Flisher with management apprentice Ashley Street and Anthony Goulden. Photo: SG250813-336NG
Manager Mat Flisher with management apprentice Ashley Street and Anthony Goulden. Photo: SG250813-336NG
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Some ten-pin bowlers at Alley Catz Bowling in Spalding got a chance to improve their game during a 24-hour bowlathon held at the Westlode Street centre.

Six people, made up of staff and members of the public, played for a total of 24 hours, notching up about 58 games and the highest score of 204 by Anthony Goulden.
The game, together with a charity car wash, shoe hire donations and a tournament, raised just over £1,550.
General manager James Holland said the money was going to LIVES.
He said: “We do this every year. What we were aiming to do was to raise enough to get a defibrillator for them and we almost managed it. After everything we did we were about £300 off, but it was a success because of the amount we raised.”
Manager Mat Flisher is pictured with management apprentice Ashley Street and Anthony Goulden, who all played. Photo: SG250813-335NG