Only one instance of a winner of the Junior bowling prior to 1930 survived into present day. From looking over the minutes from the Annual General Meetings the following information has been gathered.
It is unknown what the winner was presented with if he was presented with anything at all. The only winner who is known is listed below
During the early years of the club many 'outside matches' were played, that is matches against opposition outside the local club competition. It is unknown if the statistics below include these matches, but are listed here as they were stated in the minutes from the Annual General Meetings.
Awarded to the best bowler in the Club30 grade. Presented to the club by Frank E. Jones in the 1930, this is the oldest Cup that is awarded to club members. Winners of this trophy are represented at King George Park, the home of the Union Cricket Club, with their name added to the Senior Reserve/2nd XI honour board along with the season.