Jamie Robinson: Oxley Talent Wins Sydney Youth Cup, Prepares for World Championships in Sweden

Jamie Robinson
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Oxley talent Jamie Robinson, 20, nabs his first major victory in a top TBA event, the 2022 Sydney Youth Cup, and will soon head to Sweden to compete in the World Championships. 

Jamie’s win to represent Queensland was a nail-biter as he was in the third or fourth position before overtaking the lead in the finals. 

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“I am very happy at winning the Sydney Youth Cup, it was a tough weekend for everyone bowling, I’m so glad I was able to come home to Queensland with the win,” Jamie said.

Jamie Robinson Sydney Youth Cup
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Jamie Robinson Sydney Youth Cup
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Following his stunning performance, Jamie has also earned a spot in the National Training Squash and will be part of TBA’s Team Australia as they will compete in the World Championships in Sweden in June 2022. 

“I’m so proud to be able to wear the green and gold of Australia for the first time in Sweden at the under 21 world championships, I’m practicing nearly every day, working on my spares, and different shots.

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“I’m thrilled to be able to represent my country at this amazing sport.” 

TBA Team Australia
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NTS 21 head coach Geoff Bowness said that Jamie is part of a very eager team, some of whom will be playing for the first time internationally. There hasn’t been an international Tenpin Bowling competition for two years thus this trip will also be an unforgettable experience. 

When he returns home from Sweden, Jamie will head to the south next for the South Australian Classic, to potentially claim another milestone. 

Jamie started bowling at the tender age of eight, after his mother, Sheena, took him to Zone Bowling in Richlands. He has been a part of the facility from the beginning of his competitive career as a bowler.