The Jacket girls looked to even their record back to .500 with a win over Glen Oaks. In recent matches the girls had shown improvement featuring several games at or above the 700 mark with a few approaching 800. This match would prove to be a little of a struggle.
In game one the team struggled to achieve averages with two exceptions at the 4 and 5 spot. Isabelle Duval tossed in a solid performance bowling 132 which beat her average by 33 pins. This set the team off with 3 wins on the high lane and a total pins advantage to take a narrow 5-3 lead.
Game two proved to be a setback with the team not only narrowly losing total pins but surrendering 5 points to the visiting Glen Oaks squad. The Jackets thus lost game two 1-7 and surrendered a 4 point advantage heading into game three now down 6-10. The Jackets retained an overall total pins advantage which is worth three points in the final outcome. Audrey Cedotal tossed in a 151 to carry her point at the 6 position.
Game three proved to be the deciding factor with Ann Savignol tossing in a 152 to lead the team for the day and the top 4 bowlers carrying their points to give the jackets a 6-2 advantage and recovering for the win. The team also added to their overall total pins advantage which gave the team the necessary points to carry the match.
Final Score was 15-12.