Barrie and Liam win six trophies apiece

NDET 22-9-12 RKH 16 Bowling Champions (Front) Thomas Elwell, Luke Warren, Beth Bates, Barrie Warren, Jack Elwell, Owen Walters with coaches Ray Marsden and John Mair.
NDET 22-9-12 RKH 16 Bowling Champions (Front) Thomas Elwell, Luke Warren, Beth Bates, Barrie Warren, Jack Elwell, Owen Walters with coaches Ray Marsden and John Mair.

Barrie Warren and Liam Power both won six individual trophies as the Chesterfield Spires Youth Bowling Club held its presentation event at Storforth Lane bowling centre.

Four trophies were collected by Curtis Hooper while Luke Warren and Thomas Elwell took home three awards.

League champions are Jack Elwell and Owen Walters, bowling as J2O.

The duo are aged 12 and they also won the club’s World Cup,.

Bowling as Russia, they defeated England - represented by Liam Bates and Elizabeth Luongo - in the final.

League runners-up were Beth Bates and Thomas Redman playing as Strike Mania.

They also gained third place in the Re-entry Knockout Pairs.

In third place were Liam Power and Curtis Hooper, who were named Team 3.

Liam and Curtis were the High Game and High Series Scratch Team winners and together with Emma Millard they were fourth in the Re-entry Doubles.

Liam’s solo success came as he collected the High Game and High Series Handicap awards.

Last season’s league champions - Jacob Titterton and Thomas Jepson - finished fourth.

Barrie Warren’s team - Italy - was placed third in the World Cup, beating France - Thomas Jepson and Jacob Titterton - by a single pin.

They were also successful in the high Game and High Series Scratch team awards.

Barrie won the high Average Senior awars as well as the High Game and High Series Scratch titles.

Brothers Callum and Connall Mair are Chesterfield’s Re-entry Points champions having beaten Thomas Elwell amd Luke Warren in the final.

Luke and Thomas were the Most Improved Bowlers.

A group of the club’s successful bowlers is pictured.