Twelve-year-old Kayden Lagana continued to impress on the bowling lanes this week when he set an impressive personal best during the Cisk Doubles League at the Eden Superbowl.
Teaming up with Daniel Grech, Laganà, who is a National School of Sport student, rewrote the history books of the Malta Tenpin Bowling Association, when he became the youngest bowler to have an established 200-point average in a league.
Laganà and Grech, who form Team South Core, joined forces to beat Team Olympics 8-0.
The latest feat is an added feather in the cap of Laganà who earlier this year broke all the junior records with a personal best of 680 pins over three games.
Laganà is one of the athletes that were chosen by the Maltese Olympic Committee in the new Youth Athlete Support Scheme earlier this month.
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