2006 Super Six

2006 Australian Super 6 Series #5


Walsh and Simpson win South Pacific Classic

Qualify for QubicaAMF World Cup in Caracas

2006SPCJasonWalshRebeccaSimpson_small.jpg AMF Moorabbin in Melbourne played host to the prestigious 2006 South Pacific Classic where 22 women and 70 men battled it out to represent Australia at the 2006 QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Caracas, Venezuela. The men's final was a strike fest in which Jason Walsh edged out Carl Bottomley, 3-0. In the women's final, Rebecca Simpson came back from being down 1-0 to beat Cassie Staudinger, 3-1.

2006 Australian Super 6 Series #4


McArthur and Flanagan capture the titles in New South Wales Open

By Peter Coburn, TBA National Events Co-ordinator

Andrew_McArthur_5063.jpg Jayde Flanagan.jpg In an all lefty final, Andrew McArthur topped 2005 Australian ranking leader George Frilingos 3-0 to to win the men's New South Wales Open. In the women's final Jayde Flanagan defeated Rebecca Simpson in the final game, 178-156, to secure her first major title.

2006 Australian Super 6 Series #3


Jason Walsh and Sue Cassell win K&K Classic Cup

AMF Kedron in Brisbane, QLD, Australia (May 19-21, 2006)

Sue Cassell.jpg Jason Walsh.jpg Jason Walsh and Sue Cassell have both won the first Nationally Double ranked major title, in taking out the 2006 K&K Classic Cup at AMF Kedron in Brisbane on Sunday, May 21st. The event was the Sunshine State's only Australian Super 6 event

2006 Australian Super 6 Series #2


David Porto wins his biggest career title in Australian Open

Bowling Alley: AMF Sunshine in Sunshine, Vic, Australia

David Porto.jpg Ninety of Australia's elite bowlers convereged on AMF Sunshine Bowl on Easter Friday to compete in the 2006 Australian Open. 20-year-old David Porto claimed the biggest victory in his career when he defeated another youngster, 20-year-old Andrew Tonkin, two-games-to-none in the championship match.

2006 Australian Super 6 Series #1


Brian Pilkington claims first major in SA Cup

Bowling Alley: AMF Cross Road in Adelaide, SA, Australia

Brian Pilkington.jpg Queensland's Brian Pilkington won his first major title in taking out the 2006 South Australia Cup at AMF Cross Road in Adelaide, SA, Australia. Pilkington dominated the season opener of the Australian Super 6 series in qualifying and carried this through into the final day to secure a win under duress.

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