CECIL Hills High School year 11 student Jamie-Lee Worsnop has won gold and silver medals at the recent Australian under-18s bowls titles in Perth.
Representing NSW, Jamie-Lee, 16, won a gold medal with Dawn Hayman in the pairs and a silver medal as a member of the fours team.
Jamie-Lee is a member at St Johns Park Bowling Club's junior academy. Australian player Sharyn Renshaw is her coach.
"Jamie-Lee is a really good young person and top junior player," Renshaw said.
"She has been with club for two years."
Jamie-Lee said she started playing lawn bowls at an early age.
"I started playing lawn bowls when I was 10, my grandparents played the game and they introduced me to the sport," she said.
Jamie-Lee (pictured) trains twice a week with Renshaw.
"Sharyn is a positive influence and fine teacher," she said.
It's been a big year for the Kemps Creek teenager.
She won the NSW Women's Indoor Singles qualifying open age event and the NSW Girls Pairs Championship, for a second consecutive time.
Jamie-Lee was third in the invitational Junior Gold Nugget Singles at Tweed Heads and also runner-up in the NSW girls singles championship.
The right-handed bowler is also a member of the Australian junior and NSW State squads.
Jamie-Lee also played for NSW against ACT and Queensland. .
Renshaw said Jamie-Lee and fellow St Johns Park Bowling Club academy juniors Shania Mills, Ethan Mills, Caroline Allomes, and Chase McKiernen will play for City against Country at Cabramatta Bowling Club on November 23 and 24.