MJMA Window Stickers!

There are new MJMA window stickers on sale, available through the tournament office at each event.

Currently, there are ~100 remaining and available for $5.00/ea. The proceeds will benefit the MJMA Scholarship Fund (that bowlers are competing for).

2014 - 2015 MJMA Rules & Application

NOTE: The 2014-2015 schedule was updated on 11/9/2014.

Below you'll find the "MJMA Rules & Regulations", the "MJMA Membership Application", the "MJMA Schedule", and the "Junior Gold Membership Application" for the 2014 - 2015 season.

Ensure you read through the MJMA "Rules and Regulations" BEFORE submitting your membership application.

14th Annual MJMA Sport Challenge

The 14th Annual Michigan Junior Master Association Sport Challenge rolled into Sunnybrook Lanes in Sterling Heights, Michigan. This year was no exception to the challenging lane condition for this tournament. This year was a blast from the past pattern. The 50 foot Dexter Tournament of Champions from the 2004-05 season. Spare making was at a premium with the entire girls field averaged 168 and boys 174 during the weekend.

20th Annual Junior Doubles

Forty-five teams competed for their chance at the 20th annual the Michigan Junior Masters Association’s Junior Doubles for the banner plus scholarship opportunity which was held at Cherry Hill Lanes North the weekend of October 4th and 5th.

2014-2015 Cookie Dough Fundraiser

MJMA Bowlers,

Once again it is Savory Cookie Dough time. This once a year fundraiser not only allows us the opportunity to have more scholarship money available for you to bowl for but also gives your family and friends a chance to enjoy some very tasty cookies for the upcoming holiday season. Orders will be collected at the event in Clarkston on October 4th and the delivery will be in Lansing at the Adult – Junior event on November 15th.

BLACK AND DAVIS FLY TO WINS AT AIRPORT LANES

The 27th Annual Michigan Junior Master Association Jackson Classic rolled into Airport Lanes in Jackson, Michigan on September 13‐14, 2014. Sue Hines, Andy Schnebelt and the whole team at Airport Lanes play great hosts every year and this year was no exception. The challenging 46 foot pattern kept a number of our members off balance but as always, a number of them found the right target zone and made enough spares in between to make the match play part of the event.