Glenmerry Bowl’s Junior Girls team made up of MacLean Keraiff

Glenmerry bowlers bound for provincials

Over 200 athletes and coaches will attend the 5-Pin Youth Bowling Provincial championships in Langley and Surrey on Saturday.

Glenmerry Bowl’s Junior Girls team made up of MacLean Keraiff, Eliza Dawson, Nicole Smith, coach Laurie Flack, and Taylor Servatius will join singles senior boys Kootenay zone champion, Jacob Plett, right, at the 5-Pin Youth Bowling Provincial championships in Langley and Surrey on Saturday. The Jr. Girls team won gold at the zone qualifier in Cranbrook earlier this month, with the highest combined total pins in the province. Plett won bronze at the 2012 provincials in the junior singles, and is hoping to improve on that in the senior boys category. Over 200 athletes and coaches will attend the event with the top 30 athletes in the singles and team categories advancing to the National championships in Oshawa and Toronto May 2-4.

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