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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).

Click READ MORE below for tables and winners pictures.

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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:

North of England
South of England
 



Big Four - No More for George Hicks

Congratulations to 15 year-old George Hicks on sparing the 'Big 4' during Walton Pier YBC in December 2014!

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  With thanks to Keith Boyden
 


2013/2014 Year 1 and Year 2 NAYBC Academy
Students Receive Awards
 
Year 1 (blue) and Year 2 (yellow) students from the 2013/2014 NAYBC Academy Season proudly display their Certificates of Achievements on the lanes this Sunday, 4th January.  These happy faces hide the huge amounts of work and effort that these amazing young juniors put towards their improvement, and can now be displayed with pride on bedroom walls across England.  The awards were presented by Academy Co-Ordinator Paul Rumkee and Double-Junior Irish Open Champion and junior inspirtion, Katie Tagg.  The NAYBC Academy congratulate you all!.
 
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2013/2014 Year 1 Students with Katie Tagg
 
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2013/2014 Year 2 Students with Katie Tagg
 


Second Academy 300-Game for James McMinn

The NAYBC, Junior Team England and the NAYBC Academy congratulate EYC2015 Squad member James McMinn for repeating his feat last year of bowling a 300-game on the Sunday of the first Academy weekend of the New Year ...... by doing it AGAIN in 2015!  James in a member of the 12-strong squad training ahead of final selection for the European Youth Championships in Liepzig this year.  Jamie was bowling his Brunswick Mastermind Intellect.

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