Bowls England announces shortlist for 2023 Junior Internationals

24th May, 2023

Bowls England is delighted to announce those selected to attend the Junior Performance Day at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa on Sunday 9th July.

We have a strategic commitment to ensuring that young players can fulfil their potential in the sport, and the Junior Performance Day is a key building block towards this goal.

Budding young players will showcase their talents in front of the Bowls England Performance Team with players aiming to gain selection for future events including the U18 and U25 Internationals to be held later this year in Wales.

Bowls England Performance Director, Mo Monkton said: “Players coming through the junior rankings are the future of our game so, it is critical that we provide them with opportunities to flourish. We are currently evolving our Junior Pathway Programme and the Junior Performance Day is key to both talent identification and player development as well as selection for international events.”

Following the Junior Performance Day, teams will be selected for the following events:


U18 International Series

Ebbw Vale, Wales

Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th August


U25 International Series

Llandrindod Wells, Wales

Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September


Our international programme is supported by principal partner, Aviva, and players selected for international duty will all receive the new-look England kit produced by our official apparel partner, Aceit.


The next generation of bowlers can start their journey this weekend, as Bowls’ Big Weekend gets underway from Friday 26th May to Monday 29th May. Clubs will be opening their doors for free, to anyone who wishes to try out our accessible and sociable sport. Find a club near you and sign up now at


Selected Players

Men's Under 25s

Adam Barker (Cambridgeshire)

Ben Bywater (Derbyshire)

Daniel Cookman (Hampshire)

James Dilks (Yorkshire)

Daniel Ellicott (Warwickshire)

Ben Fairhall (Sussex)

Toby Furzeland (Huntingdonshire)

Harvey Griffiths (Worcestershire)

Tom Holmes (Herefordshire)

Daniel Hughes (Essex)

Isaac Jenner (Kent)

Aaron Johnson (Norfolk)

Carlos Lali (Berkshire)

Ryan Lowe (Leicestershire)

Mack May (Cambridgeshire)

Lloyd Milligan (Lancashire)

Adam Pitfield (Northamptonshire)

Lewis Rimmer (Lancashire)

George Rogan (Northumberland)

Kieran Rollings (Northamptonshire)

Mark Smith (Warwickshire)

Joe Vandepeer (Kent)

Jordan Ward (Warwickshire)

Alasdair Williams (Cornwall)


Travelling Reserves (Men’s Under 25s)

Jordan Hartson (Durham)

Jack Williams (Gloucestershire)


Non–Travelling Reserves (Men’s Under 25s)

Jack Bunting (Hertfordshire)

Joshua Rowe (Kent)

Women's Under 25s

Leah Bamford (Kent)

Chloe Brett (Huntingdonshire)

Kat Bowman (Leicestershire)

Devon Cooper (Hertfordshire)

Ella Crouch (Devon)

Ruby Hill (Lincolnshire)

Imogen Jenner (Kent)

Emily Kernick (Warwickshire)

Olivia Moulton (Kent)

Nicole Rogers (Devon)

Hannah Smith (Herefordshire)

Olivia Starr (Somerset)

Rachel Tremlett (Hertfordshire)

Izzie White (Worcestershire)

Jasmine Wilson (Hertfordshire)

Abby Woodward (Northamptonshire)


Travelling Reserves (Women’s Under 25s)

Grace Fussey (Cambridgeshire)

Katie Sturtridge (Cornwall)


Non-Travelling Reserves (Women’s Under 25s)

Imogen Cracknell (Somerset)

Yasmina Hasan (Surrey)


Rebecca Moorbey (Huntingdonshire) was not available for selection as she will be taking part in the World Champion of Champions in Australia.

Men's Under 18s

Sam Andrews (Hertfordshire)

Charlie Beeton (Suffolk)

Luke Bell (Hampshire)

Sam Brugnoli (Huntingdonshire)

Toby Bunting (Hertfordshire)

Ollie Collins (Somerset)

Reece Graham (Hampshire)

Joshua Hodges (Gloucestershire)

George Hopper (Surrey)

Ryan Lali (Berkshire)

Vinnie Minter (Sussex)

Ollie Sloan (Nottinghamshire)

Harvey Whitmack (Buckinghamshire)

Finley Williamson (Gloucestershire)

Harry Wimble-Roberts (Kent)

Thomas Yapp (Worcestershire)

Women's Under 18s

Lily-Mae Adams (Warwickshire)

Tegan Grewal (Leicestershire)

Aqua-Marie Griffiths (Worcestershire)

Ellie Johnson (Norfolk)

Madi King (Somerset)

Rhianna Russell (Hertfordshire)

Chloe Smith (Lancashire)

Millie Tuck (Dorset)

Junior Talent ID Day


Mitchell Allen (Leicestershire)

George Roy Almey (Lincolnshire)

Ben Amos (Essex)

Cameron Bowen (Somerset)

James Bowley (Derbyshire)

Josh Finch (Norfolk)

Luke Heard (Northumberland)

Louie Hodges (Gloucestershire)

Alfie Holland (Wiltshire)

Ollie Jeapes (Huntingdonshire)

Evan Kent (Nottinghamshire)

Owen Kent (Nottinghamshire)

Zack Marley Robinson (Essex)

Dylan Martin (Hertfordshire)

Charlie May (Hampshire)

Liam May (Hampshire)

Jacob Mills (Warwickshire)

Jack Naunton (Norfolk)

Gethin Osling (Oxfordshire)

Jake Pankhurst (Cambridgeshire)

Alex Scott (Northumberland)

Oliver Shearing (Middlesex)

Oliver Stanley (Lincolnshire)

Daniel Sturtridge (Cornwall)

Jack Wells (Lincolnshire)

Dylan Williamson (Gloucestershire)



Ellie-Marie Hamblett (Leicestershire)

Martia Linford (Norfolk)

Chloe Palmer (Norfolk)

Izzy Pymm (Leicestershire)

Kiera Thurston (Huntingdonshire)

Amelia Yeoman (Wiltshire)

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