Dungog High School teacher Steve Young (centre) with bowlers Jordan Mitchell, Andrew Deasey, Jared Ford and Jake Ballard after their recent win against Callaghan College to make it through to state level.Dungog High School lawn bowls team has taken out the Hunter regional competition and will compete at state level next week.
Jordan Mitchell, Jared Ford, Jake Ballard and skip Andrew Deasey defeated Cardiff High School in round one in February.
They went on to play Belmont, who they defeated before playing Callaghan College at Raymond Terrace Bowling Club at the beginning of May.
Victory came down to the last points with the young team holding their nerve to the end.
Andrew Deasey and former student Haydn Bojkowski teamed up together three years ago to form the first lawn bowls team at the school.
After Haydn left school, Clarence Town juniors Jared Ford and Jake Ballard made up the triples team and Jordan joined earlier this year.
The players rotate at the games to make up the triples team.
The tournament will be a first for the triple Js – Jared, Jake and Jordan, with Andrew no stranger to state competition.
In 2011 he competed in the singles and pairs, a feat he will repeat again this year as well as the Hunter combination fours.
Sixteen schools will compete at the state competition to be held at Kemps Creek near Liverpool next Wednesday and Thursday.
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