CARLUKE Bowling Club’s season concluded recently, with one member in particular able to reflect on a momentous season.
Kimberley Harrison (17) proved she has the potential to be a star of the future after scooping six individual trophies.
The teenager became the first girl to win the Lanarkshire under-17 title since 1988 after she beat Kieran Clinton of Red Deer BC in the final.
Her success allowed her to compete in the Scottish Youth Bowls under-17 singles championships at Northfield, Ayr, where she reached the last four.
She also won the Lanarkshire Women’s under-18 event and was semi-finalist in the Clydesdale Juniors Singles event.
Last month, she helped the Scottish Youth Bowling Association the squad to victory over Northern Counties under -25s in the Federations Cup.
This season was also Kimberley’s first year competing for the Carluke Ladies Section.
She won four out of five titles, missing out on the club championship after being beaten by former champion Anne Hume.
Kimberley won the President’s Trophy, the Lilly Leitch Memorial Trophy, The Tonnar Trophy and the Nettie Patrick Trophy.