The Chesterfield Youth Bowling Club have several young bowlers who picked up multiple trophies as they begin their celebrations for the club's 20th anniversary.
Leading the way were Rebecca Marsden and Curtis Hooper, who each won seven awards.
They were followed by Barrie Warren and Thomas Griffiths with six, Jack Warwick, Lewis Warwick and Megan Scott (five trophies) and Joseph Hardy (four).
The prizes were handed out by Angela Rogers who has unfortunately had to retire from the post of coaching coordinator due to other pressing commitments.
She was presented with a bouquet of flowers and a card signed by all the young bowlers as a thank-you to her for all the help she has given to them over the past 14 years.
Chesterfield YBC Senior League Tenpin Bowling Champions for the 2009-10 season are the 'Two of Us' team of Jack and Lewis Warwick with an 88-point total.
The two brothers also won the High Game Scratch and High Series Handicap team awards at the Storforth Lane bowling alley. Jack also won the individual award for Male High Game handicap.
This was the twins' last season with the Saturday morning Youth Bowling Club and they certainly went out on a high.
Runners-up were Rebecca Marsden and Megan Scott who also picked up a further six individual league awards between them.
Rebecca won Most Improved Female, High Average Female, Female High Game Scratch and Female High Series Scratch, while Megan walked away with the Female High Game Handicap and Female High Series Handicap titles.
Rebecca was also successful in making it into the Derbyshire YAC (Young Adult Club) and Full Adult Teams
Megan has also just received a trophy for taking third place All Events at the North of England Junior Open.
Third place went to Curtis Hooper and Barrie Warren
The lads also won High Game Handicap Team and High Series Scratch Team. Curtis, who took first place at the 'Scratch Bowlers Club', added High Average Male and the Male High Scratch Game with a 299-game and High Series Scratch awards.
Curtis also recorded his second 300-game during the season.
He did it in the same competition (Derbyshire Junior Trials), on the same lanes and 12 months almost to the day after his first one.
He was one of 11 Chesterfield boys to qualify for Derbyshire County junior squads.