Spare me, it’s a strike

January 24, 2018

Rhylin Jones, 9, is part of the Bowl Patrol, learning how to become master of tenpin bowling at a young age. Many juniors are enjoying trying out a different summer sport.

Lachy Cadmore, 8, perfects his bowling technique.

The array of sports available for juniors these days is seemingly endless and a large group of children is learning the skills of tenpin bowling.

With a sport that does not depend on weather conditions, juniors have an uninterrupted eight weeks of clinics during the school term.

Players are part of the Bowl Patrol, learning how to correctly handle the ball and co-ordinate hitting the pins in a more controlled manner than the average social bowler.

The primary school students are likely to be more skilled than many who hit the lanes, with no support of bumpers or use of ramps.

Juniors interested in taking up the sport can attend a free come-and-try day at Oztenpin Star Bowl at 9am tomorrow.

To register, phone OzTenpin Star Bowl centre manager Melissa Thompson on 58215587 or email, [email protected]

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