Pocket Preview: 2022 SA Junior Youth Cups

By Tenpin Bowling Australia
August 19, 2022

The dual division ranked events of the SA Junior and Youth Cups will take place this weekend at Zone Bowling Noarlunga, South Australia.

For the second time, this event will include the Junior Cup and the Youth Cup being bowled at the same time.


This is a scratch event with all participants bowling 10 games over two sessions on day one of the competition. The Junior winners will be decided at the conclusion of qualifying. Meanwhile, the top eight youth males and top eight youth females after qualifying will progress to the Matchplay Final on day two.


The top eight youth males and top eight youth females will bowl seven games matchplay with matchplay bonuses of 20 for a win and 10 for a draw. Pinfall will carry over from qualifying. The youth male and youth female champions will be the bowler with the highest pinfall including matchplay bonus.

Click here to view the scores and results as they are entered by the tournament organisers

This is the second year of the Tenpin SA Junior Youth Cups. This is the combination of two previous events and the dual running of the events that started in 2019.

The SA Junior Cup had been running for years – 2017 and 2018 and the 19th running of the SA Youth Masters happened in 2019. It was called the SA Youth Masters for the last nine years and is formally known as the SA Under 23 Classic.

After winning both the 2019 SA Junior Cup and SA Youth Cup, Bernie Grueso Jnr will return to defend his Youth title. After winning the 2019 SA Junior female cup, Victorian Grace Fahy will return and contend for this year’s Youth Cup.

  • SA Youth Masters 2010 – Lexi Nicol (NSW) and Stephen Cowland (VIC)
  • SA Youth Masters 2011 – Bec Whiting (VIC) and Kevin McRae (VIC)
  • SA Youth Masters 2012 – Laura Kairn (VIC) and Shane Hadlum (VIC)
  • SA Youth Masters 2013 – Kaitlyn Commane (VIC) and Simon Pearce (VIC)
  • SA Youth Masters 2014 – Maddy Kemp (QLD) and Simon Pearce (VIC)
  • SA Youth Masters 2015 –Maddy Kemp (QLD) and  Elliott Batiste (VIC)
  • SA Youth Masters 2016 – Maddy Kemp (QLD) and Michael Murray (SA)
  • SA Youth Masters 2017 –Emily Cross (VIC) and Jayden Panella (VIC)
  • SA Youth Masters 2018-  Emma Williamson (VIC) and Jordan Dinham (NSW)
  • SA Junior Cup 2017 –  Emma Stephens (NSW) and  Trent Webber (SA)
  • SA Junior Cup 2018 – Jamie Phelan (SA) and Jordan Dinham (NSW)
  • SA Junior Cup 2019 – Grace Fahy (VIC) and Bernie Grueso Jnr (VIC)
  • SA Youth Cup 2019 – Ivy Dickinson (QLD) and Bernie Grueso Jnr (VIC)

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The squad list can be found on TenpinResults here


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