2005 Super Six

2005 Australian Super 6 Series #6


Frilingos, Johnston win South Pacific Classic to qualify for World Cup

AMF Moorabbin in Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Clair_Johnston_5403.jpg George_Frilingos_4419.jpgGeorge Frilingos and Clair Johnston won the final event of the 2005 Australian Super Six series, the South Pacific Classic, en route to qualify for the 2005 QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Slovenia. Frilingos defeated Jason Walsh in the decisive match, 268-208, while Johnston made quick work of Cassie Staudinger, 2-0.

2005 Australian Super 6 Series #4


Frilingos impressively wins first title in 2005 Australian Super 6 Series

AMF Queensland Cup, AMF Greenslopes in Brisbane, QLD, Australia

George_Frilingos_1857.jpg George Frilingos from Queensland flew past Doug Bear, 537-327, in the championship match over two games total pinfall en route to win back-to-back titles in the AMF Queensland Cup at AMF Greenslopes in Brisbane, QLD, Australia. The tournament was the fourth stop of the 2005 Australian Super 6 Series. Frilingos, the 2004 point ranking leader, won his first title this season, worth AUS$2,500 (approx. US$1,890).

2005 Australian Super 6 Series #3


Michael Little picks up his first career Australian Super Six title

AMF Australian Open, AMF Sunshine in Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Michael_Little_3829.jpg World Masters Champion Michael Little, New South Wales, picked up his first Australian Super Six title since the circuit started in 2001. Little averaged 214,44 and compiled a field-best 7-2-1 won-lost-tie match play record en route to win the 2005 Australian Open AMF Sunshine in Melbourne. Jason Belmonte overtook first round leader Jason Walsh in the position round to finish in second place. Walsh ended up in third place.

2005 Australian Super 6 Series #2


Andrew McArthur wins Cannington Classic

AMF Cannington in Perth, WA, Australia

Andrew McArthur.jpg Andrew McArthur waited until the last game to celebrate his victory over local bowler Luke Dick in the AMF Cannington Classic in Perth, WA, Australia. Dick led the match play field of 16 after the tournament's sole 300-game in round #11, but McArthur regained the lead with 279 and 278. After Dick posted a 290 in the penultimate game, McArthur used a 233-score (Dick 223) in the last game and a 20-pin bonus advantage to win the title by 17 pins. Paul Trotter finished third.

2005 Australian Super 6 Series #1


Belmonte beats Frilingos to win South Australian Cup

AMF Cross Road in Adelaide, SA, Australia

Jason_Belmonte_4215.jpg Jason Belmonte claimed the title in the South Australian Cup, the season opener of the Australian Super 6 series, at AMF Cross Road in Adelaide, SA, Australia. In the best-of-five-games championship match, Belmonte topped the tour's 2004 ranking champion George Frilingos, 3-1. 

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