Eliminator Singles 2017, Stroud
Wins for Emily Allen and Liam Kelk
Tolworth 2's & 4's 2016 - Results
The JTE/BTBA/YTE Open Poole Doubles 2016
It has, within the past two days,
been brought to our attention, that as a result of an administrative error, we
had published an incorrect prize list on the NAYBC website. This in turn
involved the Tournament Committee paying out prizes to the winners that were
double the amounts that should have been paid. This error only came to
light following some cheques that had been returned by the Bank.
We sincerely apologise for the
error and the concerns/issues that this may have caused.
Over the 10 years that this
tournament has been run, this is the first payment issue that has occurred which
we deeply regret. Hopefully, as this was a genuine
mistake, the prize winners will understand and respond sympathetically.
Dave Sanders and Phill Crawley - Tournament Managers.
Revised Prize Fund Distribution
THE 2016 BTBA TOUR FINALS
The NAYBC are please to announce the following bowlers have qualified for the 2016 BTBA Tour Finals which will be held at MFA Nottingham on Sunday 4th December.
All the details will be emailed to you once you have accepted your place.
Congratulations and good luck in the finals.
NAYBC Tournament Committee.
2 Kallum Peach - Kings Lynn
3 Lewis Carden - Dunstable
4 Luke Warren - Chesterfield Spires
6 Harley Sinclair - Fareham
1 Kara Zucca - Nuneaton Vipers
3 Danielle Topham - Madison
4 Iriana Lagman - Farnborough
6 Abigail Campbell - Havant
1 Kiran Akehurst - Eastbourne
2 Louie Woodyatt - Yeovil
4 Joshua Greengrass - Farnborough
5 Reynaldo Rowley - Farnborough
6 Sean Simmons - Firth Park
2 Jessica Melton - Lincoln
3 Averyll Green - Liverpool
1 Lee Shillingford - Crawley
2 Glenn Walton Hollywood - Leeds
3 Stephen Green - Liverpool
4 Lee Ferraro - Nuneaton Vipers
5 Daniel Whiteley - Eastbourne
6 Sean Forsyth - Nuneaton Vipers
1 Shola Attryde - Airport
2 Leanne Spivey - Portsmouth
3 Alexa Francis-Robertson - Havant
4 Samantha Short - Acocks Green
Gavin Cox and Mia Bewley Win Cliftonville YTE Singles for 2016
20/21 August 2016, Bugsy's Cliftonville, Margate
(back, l-r) 1st Gavin Cox, 2nd Jamie Gore, 3rd Ki Leighfield
(front l-r) 1st Mia Bewley, 2nd Isabel Allen, 3rd Katie Tagg
After 8 games qualifying on WTBA Seoul (39ft), the top-12 boys and top-12 girls by pinfall bowled a further four games on WTBA Tokyo (44ft) to determine the top-5's for the stepladder finals.
For the boys, Jamie Gore led qualification with 2642 (220.16) ahead of Ki Leighfield (2546, 212.16), Gavin Cox (2445, 203.75), Thomas Nicholls (2380, 198.33) and Lewis Farrah (2314, 192.83). For the girls, Isabel Allen led with 2363 (196.91) ahead of Katie Tagg (2326, 193.83), Mia Bewley (2266, 188.83), Rebecca Spiking (2256, 188.00) and Sophie Thompson (2236, 186.33).
In the step-ladder, Nicholls defeated Farrah 235-213, Cox defeated Farrah 184-181 and then Leighfield 202-195 before defeating Gore 235-197 in the boys finals. In the girls, Thompson defeated Spiking 191-155, Bewley defeated Thompson 192-168 then Tagg 178-171 and finally Allen 153-151 in the girls final.
The NAYBC congratulate all that took part, and thank Bugsy's Cliftonville for hostin the event.
2016 World Bowling Youth Championships, Nebraska
Doubles Bronze for Emily Allen & Keira Reay
With the 2016 Youth Championships at an end, Team England, The NAYBC and the BTBA congratulate Emily Allen and Keira Reay on Doubles Bronze, and the entire England squad on a very successful event. Thanks are also extended to Manager Terry Searle and Coach Andy Penny.
In the singles, Emily would finish 18th with 1210 (201.67 avg), Keira 20th (1201, 200.17), Sophie 43rd (1114, 185.67) and Katie 71st (1035, 172.50). For the men, George finished 26th (1251, 208.50), Curtis 27th (1249, 208.17), Brandon 33rd (1232, 205.33) and Jamie 81st (1147, 191.17).
A partnership total of 2449 (204.08) placed Emily and Keira in the fourth qualifying place for the finals. Katie and Sophie finished in 9th (2363, 196.92). In the semi-finals, Emily and Keira would be defeated by Korean's Lee and Pak, for Bronze. Jamie and George finished doubles in 30th (2353, 196.08), whilst Curtis and Brandon finished in 39th (2305, 192.08).
The ladies finished 10th (4597, 191.54) in the team of four, and the men finished 14th (4761, 198.38).
Combining scores placed Keira 14th, Sophie 31st, Emily 33rd and Katie 45th in the All Events for the ladies, and George 47th, Curtis 48th, Brandon 53rd and Jamie 81st for the men. Keira would be defeated by Singapore's Chua in Masters step 1 to bring to an end England's 2016 World Bowling World Youth Championships.
Official World Bowling website
Team England's own facebook page