Junior Bowler Brittany Camp ready for the big leagues

Up and coming junior lawn bowler Brittany Camp may only be in year seven but she definitely doesn’t let that stop her from playing lawn bowls.

Camp has been playing for just over a year and half but she has made an impact on club bowls at Glen Innes.

Camp recently played club pairs making it to the finals where she lost by 4 shots and club singles where she made it to the second round.

“I play a lot of Glen Innes competitions,” she said.

“It’s really fun playing with the older people and it grows your respect for them.”

Camp will be represent zone three in the junior state fours competition in Warilla, along with Glen Innes junior Nic Ellem and their team from Armidale after a successful competition in Manilla.

This will be Camp’s first time competing at a state level.

“I’m excited but a bit nervous, but I have a pretty good team,” she said.

“They’re all really nice and we are going to meet in Guyra to practice.

“I have been practicing here and I play most weekends too.”

Camp also was chosen to play in a seven a side Country v City competition which will be held in Figtree in August.

Camp and Nic Ellem were chosen after their competition games in Manilla recently. 

The team includes other junior players from the New England region.

Camp has her sights on competing in club triples and fours as well as the Rose Carnival later on this year.