The fourth of five youth division ranked events for 2022 will get underway this weekend with the running of the TBA21 Cup at Suncity Tenpin Bowl.
The home of the 2022 IBF World Cup and Para Bowling World Cups will welcome bowlers for competition over two days from the 24-25 September.
After three completed events in the youth division, Grace Fahy and Bernie Grueso Jnr stand on top of the 2022 youth rankings.
Tenpin Bowling Australia wishes all bowlers the best of luck and high scoring over the weekend.
This year’s event is the 20th running of the TBA21 Cup.
It was formally known as the National Youth Cup and TBA21 Masters.
|2003||Jason Belmonte (NSW)||Toni Woodcock (WA)|
|2004||Brandon Qualischefski (Qld)||Clair Johnston (SA)|
|2005||Michael Zentveld (Qld)||Michelle Halprin (NT)|
|2006||Christopher Barratt (WA)||Jayde Flanagan (NT)|
|2007||Glen Loader (Vic)||Clair Johnston (SA)|
|2008||Christopher Barratt (WA)||Cassie Staudinger (Vic)|
|2009||Andrew Tonkin (Vic)||Lexi Nicoll (NSW)|
|2010||Kevin McRae (NSW)||Lexi Nicoll (NSW)|
|2011||Michael Craig (ACT)||Rebecca Whiting (Vic)|
|2012||Sam Cooley (NSW)||Rebecca Whiting (Vic)|
|2013||Paul White (Vic)||Nicole Williams (WA)|
|2014||Jarrod Langford (Qld)||Sarah Terry (NSW)|
|2015||Lachlan Merchant (VIC)||Xin Yi Oh (SING)|
|2016||Blayne Fletcher (Qld)||Rebekah Commane (Vic)|
|2017||Jarrod Langford (Qld)||Rebekah Commane (Vic)|
|2018||Owen Wong Wen Fei (SSS)||Jodie Kos (ACT)|
|2019||Jordan Dinham (NSW)||Chloe Jones (QLD)|
|2020||Callum Borck (WA)||Chloe Jones (QLD)|
|2021||Mitchell Williams (QLD)||Ivy Dickinson (QLD)|