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Frischauf men need support in the season finale


The team from Frischauf Weilheim could not get past 4:4 in the district league at SV Aschau. In the fight for the title, support is now needed.

The team from Frischauf Weilheim could not get past 4:4 in the district league at SV Aschau.

In the fight for the title, support is now needed.

Weilheim – If the sports bowlers from Frischauf Weilheim really want to win the title in the district league, then they need help from the riflemen.

After the district townspeople surprisingly did not get more than 4:4 (3189:3158 wood) in the away fight against SV Aschau, SG Kolbermoor/Schechen (5:3 winner in Prien) are one point ahead before the final day of the game.

According to team spokesman Karlheinz Kölsch, the disappointment in Weilheim is limited.

After it was clear that top performer Dominik Schütz would miss the entire preliminary round due to injury, the goal for the season was set low: "They didn't want anything to do with relegation," says Kölsch.

The Weilheimers have achieved that, second place can no longer be taken away from them.

"The team can be proud of themselves," said the team spokesman.

Frischauf Weilheim has to be content with 4:4 in Aschau

In the final pairings, Kölsch himself had the chance to help the Weilheim team win.

He fought a very exciting duel with Leon Kutschera (566 wood).

In the case of a tie, the total number of wood counted.

In the fourth set of all things, Kölsch was unlucky several times with the “cone fall”, as he called it.

This was also the case with the penultimate thrust, when two cones fell and one wobbled, but remained standing.

The round was lost with 139:142 and Kölsch (560) stayed behind Kutschera.

A team point for Weilheim would have meant victory.

In the other duel, Florian Königbaur (566 wood/3:1 sets) had his opponent Michael Schebesta (532) under control.


Better than the opponent, but still without a team point: Christian Lindner was unlucky to lose in his performance in Aschau.

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Since the Weilheimer already knew before the game that Kolbermoorer would win, they chose an offensive line-up to ensure clear conditions as quickly as possible.

But the plan didn't work out.

In the starting pairs Dominik Schütz (532 wood/4:0) managed a clear victory against Michael Mies (481).

On the hard-to-play lanes in the Aschauer Sportheim, Schütz showed a strong clearing (193 wood).

Markus Großkopf (518/1:3) was on par with Seibert Alexander (535) in every set.

Things didn't go well in clearing twice, which cost the team a point.

At least Frischauf was ahead with a total of 34 wood.

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In the middle pairings, things were anything but favorable for the guests.

Thomas Sepp (499/1:3) only had the upper hand in the first set against Klaus Schmid (535).

The performance ended bitterly for Christian Lindner: He came up with 528 wood and was clearly better than Uli Eibl (509).

However, the Aschauer had already scored 2.5 set points after three rounds and thus secured the team point.

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Lindner narrowly lost the first set (134:135), the second set ended in a draw (129:129).

In the third round, Lindner lost three shots, and Eibl (54:42) clinched victory in clearing.

But the Weilheimer didn't give up, his appearance in the fourth set (142:112) was important for the overall result.

Because of this, Weilheim was 17 wood ahead before the final pairings.

On Saturday, March 25th, Weilheimer will meet SKV Prien at home on the last day of the game.

The game starts at 4 p.m. on the lanes on Kanalstraße.

Competitor Kolbermoor meanwhile expects the relegation candidate Bad Endorf.  

Source: merkur

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