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2015 Junior Triple Crown
 
Ireland, 28th-30th August
 
#bowlnaybc
 
 
JUNIOR TEAM ENGLAND WIN THE TRIPLE CROWN TROPHY AND MAKE A CLEAN-SWEEP IN SHIELDS
 
Junior Team England have won the highly coveted Junior Triple Crown for 2015 with a total 1,023 points.  Additionally, all four teams won their respective shields, with the U16 boys earning 207 points, U16 girls 24, U19 boys 313 and U19 girls 279.  Download the full results PDF files at the following link:
 
 
 
Final Points Table
 
 Combined Points
Position Country Singles Doubles Trios Team Total
1 England
403.5 207.0
210.0
202.5
1023.0
2 Scotland 287.0
169.0
147.0
127.5
730.5
3 Ireland 305.0
138.0
156.0
105.0
704.0
4 Wales 141.5 56.0
63.0
45.0
305.5
 
 
Final Medals Table, by Event
 
(unofficial)
 
Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
England 24 10
14 48
Scotland
3
11 4
18
Ireland   5
8
13
Wales   1 1
 2
 
The NAYBC and Junior Team England wish all our bowlers the very best of luck at the 2015 Junior Triple Crown in Ireland this weekend.  The teams will take part in official practice Thursday.  Updates will be provided here throughout the event, however the most up-to-date information will be found on the official website (click here ) and our bowlers own facebook page (click here ).  Further details under READ MORE below, but best viewed in wide-format by clicking here..
 

Schedule


Friday

Start  End  Duration Event

09:00 10:00  01:00   Opening Ceremony

10:00 12:30  02:30   Under 16 Boys / Girls Singles
                     6 Games Doubles pace, moving after 3 Games

12:30 13:15  00:45   Lane Maintenance

13:15 15:30  02:15   Under 19 Girls Singles
                     6 Games, 3 to a pair, moving after 3 Games

15:30 16:15  00:45   Lane Maintenance

16:15 18:30  02:15   Under 19 Boys Singles
                     6 Games, 3 to a pair, moving after 3 Games


Saturday

Start  End  Duration Event


09:00 10:30  01:30   Under 16 Boys / Girls Doubles
                     3 Games Doubles Pace

10:30 12:00  01:30   Under 19 Girls Doubles
                     3 Games Doubles Pace

12:00 12:45  00:45   Lane Maintenance

12:45 14:15  01:30   Under 19 Boys Doubles
                     3 Games Doubles Pace

14:15 15:00  00:45   Lane Maintenance

15:00 16:30  01:30   Under 16 / 19 Girls Trios
                     3 Games, Trios pace

16:30 18:00  01:30   Under 16 / 19 Boys Trios
                     3 Games, Trios pace


Sunday

Start  End  Duration Event

09:00 12:30  03:30   Team all Groups
                     3 Games Team

09:00 10:30  01:30   Mixed Doubles Under 19
                     3 Games Doubles Pace

10:30 12:00  01:30   Mixed Doubles Under 16
                     3 Games Doubles Pace

12:30 13:15  00:45   Lane Maintenance

13:15                Masters
 

Reports

U16 Singles - Sophie Sets new record as England secure two golds and a silver

The 2015 Junior Triple Crown got underway with the U16 singles.  Six games at doubles pace would see Austin Taylor take gold with an impressive 1,328 pins (221.33 avg.) - including a 290 game 3 - just beating Scotland's Euan Cootes into silver by two pins.  Martyne Jones (SCO) completed the medals taking bronze on 1,294 (215.67).  Robbie Bowden finished fourth (1,286 / 214.3), Oliver Spindley fifth (1,282 / 213.67), Rhys Bean seventh (1,25 / 204.17), Robert Abbot eigth (1,195 / 199.17) and Lewis Johnson 12th (1,145 / 190.83).

For the girls Sophie Thompson took gold with a storming 1,421 pins (236.83 avg.) and set a new U16 girl's record, beating her own record set in Coventry during the 2014 event.  Isabel Allen took silver with 1,319 (219.83) and bronze went to Ireland's Chloe Colton with 1,300 (216.67).  Mia Bewley finished fourth with 1,254 (209.00), Lucy Williams sixth (1,218 / 203.00), Darcey Kinnear seventh (1,080 / 180.00) and Eve Giddens 14th (1,012 / 168.67).

U19 Singles - Boys sweep medals and girls take gold and bronze

The high scores kept rolling-in as Jake Edwards  took gold with 1,401 (233.50), Jamie Elliott silver with 1,355 (227.67) and Sam Martin bronze with 1,361 (226.83).  Elliott Spindley finished seventh (1,223 / 203.83), Matt Terry eigth (1,214 / 202.33) and Jamie Gore 11th (1,161 / 193.50).

Lorna Scott and Rebecca Spiking continued to bring medals in for the girls, with Lorna bowling 1,338 (223.00) for gold and Rebecca 1,277 (212.83) for bronze.  Ireland's Roslyn Moore (IRE) took silver with 1,303 (217.17).  Chelsea Williams (1,240 / 206.67), Katie Finnigan (1,224 / 204.00) and Katie Tagg (also 1,224 / 204.00) took sixth, seventh and eighth respectively, and Shola Attryde took tenth (1,194 / 199.00).

U16 Doubles - Girls sparkle with 245 average whilst boys add two more medals

Games of 381, 426 and 450 secured silver for Rhys Bean and Oliver Spindley with 1,257 (209.50), and games of 460, 419 and 375 brought Austin Taylor and Robbie Bowden bronze with 1,254 (209.00). Lewis Johnson and Robert Abbot finished 5th with 1,132 (188.67). Scotland took gold, with 1,261 (210.16).

Sophie Thompson and Mia Bewley took gold for the girls, with games of 473, 505 and 497 for 1,474 (245.67), whilst Eve Giddens and Lucy Williams took bronze with 1,250 (208.33) from games of 390, 425 and 435. Darcey Kinnear and Isabel Allen finished fourth with 1,171 (195.17). Ireland took silver, with 1,273 (212.17).

U19 Doubles - Now the boys turn it on with 231 average as the girls add bronze

Jake Edwards and Jamie Gore bowled games of 430, 481 and 480 for a total 1,391 (231.83) to take gold, and Matt Terry and Elliott Spindley bowled games of 399, 415 and 492 for 1,306 (217.66) and silver. Jamie Elliott and Sam Martin finished sixth with 1,199 (199.83). Ireland took bronze with 1,262 (210.33).

Lorna Scott and Chelsie Williams bowled games of 436, 423 and 360 to take bronze, with 1,219 (203.17). Shola Attryde and Katie Tagg finished a close fourth with 1,211 (201.83) and Rebecca Spiking and Katie Finnigan finished sixth with 1,125 (187.50).

U16 Trios - Boys bowl for silver as the girls secure gold and bronze

With Scotland taking gold (1,938, 215.33) and Ireland bronze (1,762, 195.78) it was Austin Taylor, Oliver Spindley and Rhys Bean who secured a silver medal, with 1,889 (209.89) from games of 667, 556 and 666. Robert Abbot, Lewis Johnson and Robbie Bowden finished in fourth with 1,691 (187.89).

Sophie Thompson, Isabel Allen and Mia Bewley would take gold with 1,929 (214.44) with games of 655, 646 and 628. With Ireland taking silver (1,883, 209.22), Lucy Williams, Eve Giddens and Darcey Kinnear took the bronze with 1,665 (185.00) and games of 526, 581 and 558.

U19 Trios -Boys hit 240 average as all take golds and bronzes

Jamie Elliott, Jamie Gore and Sam Martin produced an impressive total of 2,162 (240.22) to win gold, with games of 622, 792 and 748. Mathew Terry, Jake Edwards and Elliott Spindley bowled games of 685, 648 and 581 to take bronze with 1,919 (212.67) just behind Ireland, who took silver with 1,935 (215.00).

Lorna Scott, Shola Attryde and Katie Tagg bowled games of 780, 656 and 570 to secure gold, with 2,006 (222.89), over Scotland who took silver with 1,842 (204.67). Katie Finnigan, Chelsie Williams and Rebecca Spiking took bronze with 1,830 (203.33) bowling games of 540, 664 and 626.

U16 & U19 Teams - clean sweep of four golds

U16 Austin Taylor, Robbie Bowden, Robert Abbot, Oliver Spindley and Rhys Bean bowled games of 1052, 995 and 1060 to take gold with a total 3115 (207.67). Scotland took silver with 2886 and Ireland bronze with 2606.  For the girls, Sophie Thompson, Lucy Williams, Eve Giddens, Isabel Allen and Mia Bewley bowled 1048, 1003 and 1065 for a total 3116 (207.73) and gold also. Ireland took silver with 2875 and Scotland bronze, 2739.

U19 Jamie Elliott, Mathew Terry, Jake Edwards Samuel Martin and Jamie Gore bowled 1153, 1078 and 987 to take gold with 3218 (214.53). Scotland took silver with 2857, Ireland bronze with 2845.  Lorna Scott, katie Finnigan, Katie Tagg, Shola Attryde and Rebecca Spiking completed the sweep of team golds, bowling 1076, 1015 and 968 for 3059 (203.93). Scotland again took silver with 303 and Wales took their first medal, bronze with 2749.

Mixed Doubles - Double-gold medals

U16 Lewis Johnson and Darcey Kinnear bowled games of 408, 450 and 376 to take gold with 1234 (205.67). Scotland took silver with 966 and Ireland bronze, with 938.  U19 Elliott Spindley and Chelsie Williams bowled games of 417, 406 and 381 for a total 1204 (200.66) and gold. Wales took silver with 1662 and Scotland bronze, with 1022.

All Events - Another sweep for the U19s but U16 also ad three

U16 Austin Taylor led the boys all events with 3362 (224.13) over Scotland's Euan Coates (3204) and Callum MacKenzie (3157).  Rhys Bean finished in fifth place (3142, 209.47), Oliver Spindley sixth (3041, 202.73) making the cut to the top-six.  Lewis Johnson, Robert Abbot and Robbie Bowden finished seventh, eigth and ninth respectively.  Sophie Thompson headed the girls with 3430 (228.67), with Mia Bewley in second with 3336 (222.40).  Ireland's Chloe Colton took bronze in third.  Isabel Allen finished 4th (3170, 211.33) and Lucy Williams fifth (3038, 202.53), all making the top-6 cut.  Eve Giddens finished eigth and Carcey Kinnear tenth.

 U19  It ran gold, silver, bronze for Jamie Elliott (3436, 229.07), Jake Edwards (3329, 221.93) and Jamie Gore (3307, 220.47).  Sam Martin finished fourth (3253, 216.87) and Mathew Terry sixth (3141, 209.40) being the cut.  Elliott Spindley finished tenth.  Not to be outshone, the girls also finished gold, silver, bronze, for Lorna Scott (3205, 213.67),bRebecca Spiking (3141, 209.40) and Shola Attryde (3137, 209.13).  Katie Finigan fnished sixth, making the cut, with 3053 (203.53).  Katie Tagg finished seventh and Chelsie Williams tenth.

The Masters - Austin , Mia , Jamie  and Lorna find the 'pot of gold'

U16 Bowling five games in round-robin, with 20 pins win bonus, Austin Taylor would emerge Masters Champion for 2015, winning all five of his games and bowling 1278.  Oliver Spindley won two matches to take bronze with 1099, and Rhys Bean won one match and finished sixth.  Mia Bewley won three matches, and it was enough to be Masters Champion with 1162 over team mate Sophie Thompson with 1159 and who also won three matches.  Isabel Allen took bronze with 1150, and, to complete the set, she too won three matches.  Lucy Williams finished sixth, winning one of her matches, too.

U19 A little shuffle-around at the top would find Jamie Gore Masters Champion winning all five of his matches, and a 1291 total.  Jamie Elliott won four matches to take silver with 1288, and Mathew Terry took bronze with 1103, winning two matches.  Continuing her recent run, Lorna Scott won all five matches to be girl's Masters Champion with 1274, whilst Rebecca Spiking won two and drew one to take bronze with 1107.  Katie Finnigan won two matches for fourth with 1039 and Shola Attryde finished sixth.

Teams

 
U16 Team

Under 16 Girls: Mia Bewley. Eve Giddens. Sophie Thompson. Lucy Williams. Isabel Allen. Darcey Kinnear.
Team England Coach Jim Missen

Under 16 Boys: Robert Abbott. Robbie Bowden. Rhys Bean. Austin Taylor. Lewis Johnson. Oliver Spindley.
Team England Coach Paul Rumkee.

U19 Girls

Under 19 Girls: Rebecca Spiking. Lorna Scott. Chelsie Williams. Katie Finnigan. Shola Attryde. Katie Tagg.
Team England Coach Neil Warland.

 

U19 Boys

Under 19 Boys: Samuel Martin. Jamie Gore. Jake Edwards. Jamie Elliott. Elliott Spindley. Matthew Terry.
Team England Coach Richard Lambkin.

 
 
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