The national lawn bowls spotlight will shine on Bendigo in the first week of October when Australia's premier under-18 players compete for the national championship.
Kangaroo Flat recruit Cameron Keenan will represent Victoria at the titles from October 1-4 at Bendigo Bowling Club.
Keenan will be joined in the Victorian team by Amity Bickley (Mulgrave Country Club), Tyson Cromie (Yarrawonga), Olivia Cartwright (Kyabram), Jarryd Davies (Essendon), Alana Flapper (Essendon), Isabella Hosken (Mulgrave Country Club), Grant McLaren (Colac), Sophie Kurzman (Sunbury) and Liam Turner (Bundoora RSL).
Victoria will head into this year's titles as the defending champions after claiming the Robert Middleton Overall State Champion team trophy in 2018.
"We've had some excellent performances over the past 12-months, and this holds Victoria in good stead for the Nationals and beyond," Victoroan under-18 coach Matthew Flapper said.
"It was an extremely difficult process. The pool of talent we had to select from and then to narrow that down to ten was challenging due to the depth."
The tournament will see the best under-18 players from each state and territory go head-to-head in a five-a-side format that includes singles, pairs, triples and fours events.
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