Bowls: Seven up for juniors

19:00 31 May 2011

St Neots & District U16s

St Neots & District U16s

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ST NEOTS & District Indoor Bowls Club juniors finished off the season by winning the U16s County League for the seventh time in a row while the U18s finished as runners-up in their league

ST NEOTS & District Indoor Bowls Club juniors finished off the season by winning the U16s County League for the seventh time in a row while the U18s finished as runners-up in their league.

The U16 squad, pictured, consists of Jamie Barker, Adam Barker, Josh Lambert, Tom Hall, Hayden Moorbey and Elliot Archer.

Meanwhile Robbie Barker, Jamie Barker, Hannah Felce, Lucy Felce, Rebecca Thatcher and Ryan Moorbey make up the U18 squad.

Alex Walton, Robbie Barker and Jamie Barker qualified for the National EBYDS Finals, where Walton achieved highest senior boy.

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