Parvez moves into 2nd

 Karnataka’s Parvez Ahmed moved into provisional second place based on his average after completing his fourth block at the Amoeba 27th National Tenpin bowling championship here on Friday.

Parvez, who was placed fourth overnight, put in a good show on the medium oil conditions to score 1267 at a commendable average of 211.17 in his fourth round of six games. The State bowler was aided by three scores above 200 (225, 226, 236) to have an overall pinfall of 4767 at an average of 198.63 after 24 games.

Former champion Shabbir Dhankot retained his top spot before his final round of six games with a superior average of 200.50.

In the women’s category, defending champion Sabeena Athica (2121) of Tamil Nadu consolidated her lead over her nearest rival Sumathi Nallabantu (1995) of Telangana by 126 pins.

Judy Alban of Karnataka had a poor day in office and she dropped to third position with total pinfall of 1969 at an average of 164.08.

At the end of round one, top eight women bowlers made it to round two.

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