2022 Youth Internationals Preview
Bowls Scotland are looking forward to participating in our first ever Youth International event at the National Centre for Bowling, Ayr on Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th August.
Youth bowls in Scotland has previously been administered by the Scottish Young Bowlers Association (SYBA) since 1982 and 2022 see’s the first year that youth bowls has come under the National Governing Body’s remit. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the age limit for this event has been increased to 17 and under on 1st April 2022.
Scotland’s team features 12 rising stars that will face Ireland and Wales over five sessions of play consisting of three bowl pairs, four bowl pairs, two bowl triples and three bowl triples.
Beth Isbister from Sighthill Bowling Club in Edinburgh has been selected as Scotland’s Team Captain for the series following on from her bronze medal in the Ladies National Junior Singles last month.
Looking ahead to the Youth Internationals, Beth said: “I am delighted to be selected as part of an extremely talented squad and to be chosen as team captain is a massive honour for myself.
“I can’t wait for the series to begin. With the players selected I think we’ve got every chance of being successful against Ireland and Wales.”
Congratulations to the following players who have been selected:
Aaron Betts (Craigentinny BC)
Amy Borthwick (Pathhead BC)
Lennon Hamilton (North British & Belvidere BC)
Beth Isbister (Sighthill BC)
Logan Kennedy (Cockenzie & Port Seton BC)
Euan Maclean (Caledonia BC)
Leah McCloy (Cardonald BC)
Aaron Miller (Inverkeithing BC)
Lewis Milligan (West Kilbride BC)
Jamie Noon (Ayr Craigie BC)
Logan Shields (East Lothian Co-Op)
Megan Sproat (Ladeside of Kilbirnie)
To view a full itinerary for the 2022 Youth Internationals, please click here.