AIMEE HOLMES, of Newsome WMC, became the new Peter Firth Memorial Mixed Singles Under 16 Handicap champion defeating her clubmate Nathan Haigh in the final at Kirkheaton C&BC.
Holmes had been in top form throughout the event, comfortably defeating Joe Mir, of Kirkheaton Con, and another teammate Cameron Ghaffar in the quarter-finals and semi-finals.
Haigh claimed a comfortable victory against Daniel Kilburn, of Kirkheaton Con, in the quarter-finals, but had a slightly tougher encounter in the semi-final against another clubmate in Nathan Oakes to seal his place in the final.
The final saw Holmes heading to an early victory as she notched up a 10-4 lead, but Haigh battled back to bring the score to 12-12.
However, Holmes kept her nerve to run out and win 15-13 and claim her first ever junior bowling title.
Keith Manning sponsored the best boy and girl sports prize, which went to Sophie Brown and Scott Shaw, both of Almondbury BC.
Scores, first round: Cameron Ghaffar (Newsome WMC) 15 Harry Jackson (Newsome WMC) 8, Courtney Allert (Almondbury Lib) 15 Liam Sykes (Newsome WMC) 14, Joe Mir (Kirkheaton Con) 15 Jack Chesswas (Brockholes) 10, Aimee Holmes (Newsome WMC) 15 Ashton Allert (Almondbury Lib) 9, Amy Catherine (Broad Oak BC) 11 Daniel Kilburn (Kirkheaton Con) 15, Jason Booth (Bradley) 3 Nathan Haigh (Newsome WMC) 15, Rhys Beaumont (Broad Oak) 15 Melissa Hoyle (Broad Oak) 12, Scott Shaw (Almondbury BC) 10 Nathan Oakes (Newsome) 15
Quarter-finals: Ghaffar 15 Allert 13, Mir 8 Holmes 15, Kilburn 1 Haigh 15. Beaumont 13 Oakes 15.
Semi-finals: Ghaffar 11 Holmes 15, Haigh 15 Oakes 7.
Final: Holmes 15 Haigh 12.