Warilla High School emerged as winners of the 2018 NSW Combined High Schools (CHS) Bowls Triples Championships finals held at Glenbrook Panthers Bowling Club from June, 13-14.
This year’s win puts Warilla into the history books as the only school to have won five consecutive state triples championships.
Hunter River High were runners-up for the second year in a row with a young side of Raymond Terrace bowlers.
Elderslie High, in South West Sydney, finished third after defeating Kempsey High.
Host club Glenbrook Panthers said it was proud of its members’ efforts, which were split between three different schools.
Glenbrook is a current “hot spot” for junior bowls development in NSW, the club has six players who have represented Zone 5 under 18s which extends from Blacktown to well past Goulburn.
The club also provides an extensive and inclusive training program to cater for new and emerging bowlers through to elite levels.