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European Youth Championships 2015
Bowlplay Gmbh, Handelsstr. 4, Leipzig, Germany

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JUNIOR TEAM ENGLAND - powered by DV8 Bowling - have arrived in Liepzig, Germany for the 2015 European Youth Championships.  A total of 98 boys and 59 girls from 29 Federations will bowl in singles, doubles, team and Masters for the chance to become a European Youth Champion.  England's youth bowlers have always succeeded at international level, and this years team, as with all teams before them have worked hard at training, including sessions at the acclaimed Junior Team England Academy, under the watchful eyes of respected coaches Terry Searle and Keith Bringloe and Manager Neville Knock.
 
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DV8 Junior Team England 2015
Back row (l-r): Becky Daly, Brandon Roberts, Emily Allen, Sam Martin and Sophie Thompson
Front row (l-r): Jamie Elliott, Harriet Harmon and James McMinn
 
This years squad sees a mix of the 'old' with the 'new', with Becky Daly and Brandon Roberts making their third consecutive EYC Championships, starting in 2013 in Vienna and then Odense in Denmark in 2014.  For Emily Allen this is her second, including Odense last year. Amongst the 'new' members is a list of achievements and domestic/international medals to make a trophy shop cry with delight!
 
Junior Team England, the NAYBC and junior bowlers across the country wish our fantastic young team of juniors the very of luck and fortune, and hope that you enjoy your international experience, and maybe even collect a few medals as you go!
 
Keep in touch here on the NAYBC webstie and using the links above for the official website and Junior Team England's facebook page, where you will get up-to-date news, reports and pictures straight from the lanes.  Play starts Sunday 29th.
 


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  2015 BTBA Midlands Singles and Doubles

A BTBA Junior Tour Event

The MidlandsSingles and Doubles 2015 took place at MFA Nuneaton on the weekend of the 21st and 22nd of March 2015.  54 juniors bowlers bowled three games of singles, and three games of doubles for scratch pinfall, in four divisions by average.  Customized medals were awarded for Gold, silver and bronze each for singles and doubles winners.

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South Coast Junior Challenge 2015
A BTBA Junior Tour Event
 
The BTBA South Coast  Junior Challenge took placec at Bowlplex Portsmouth on the weekend of 14th and 15th March 2015.  Girls and boys competed in seven age divisions for total scratch pinfall, in what has become Havant YBC's signature annual event.  Results are available on the Havant YBC website by clicking here..


 
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U15 Junior County Championships 2015
February 28th, Tolworth
 
The 2015 U15 Junior County Championships took place on Saturday, February 28th at Charrington Bowl, Tolworth.  Teams from all over England bowled two three-game sets at fives pace, watched by an appreciative crowd of supporters.  The NAYBC would like to extend their thanks to the bowl, the techniicians and staff, and the volunteers who helped make the day a roaring success.

For the boys, it was Hampshire that took the honours after leading both morning and afternoon squads with 5,549, followed by Yorkshire in second with 5,145 and Lincolnshhire third with 5.054.

For the girls, Lincolnshire lead the morning with 2,334 and added 2,328 in the afternoon to take first with 4,662.  Second place saw Yorkshire bowl 4,615 ahead of Hampshire in third with 4,550.  High Game awards went to Hampshire's Lewis Johnson (266) and Northamptonshire's Evie Giddens (257).  High Series went to Hampshire's Nathan Lews (604) and Staffordshire's Isabel Allen (641).

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NAYBC Press Release -February 9th 2015

U21 and U24 Youth Bowling

What is happening to under 21s? And Under 24s? These questions have been heard over the last few months, I will explain what has happened and the plans for 2015 and beyond.

Over the last few years, the NAYBC had discussed the reasons for telling over 18s they were too old to continue in a Youth Bowling Club. At a recent NAYBC meeting it was again discussed and this time the reasons were fully investigated

When the Under 19 age limit was included in the rules, it was an aspiration to keep bowler up to that age; school leaving age was 15 and the number of players going to further education was minimal. A large percentage were married by the age of 21 and, indeed, many had families. Today’s youth are in education into their late teens at the earliest and so it was decided to look at what the possibilities were.

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North of England & South of England 2015

Results Published

 The results for the North and South of England have been published, and are available at the following links:

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South of England
 
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