Mid Wales will be well represented at the Welsh Women’s Semi Finals in Carmarthen on Saturday.

Caroline Taylor of Berriew will contest the singles, pairs and triples with other Berriew members competing in most other disciplines.

Both Llandrindod Wells and Newtown clubs will also be well represented having enjoyed fine seasons.

Caroline Taylor meets Llandrindod Wells’ Wendy Price while Berriew’s Bryony Wilson takes on Commonwealth Games silver medallist Laura Daniels in the four wood singles.

Berriew’s Kathy Pearce takes on Lampeter’s Mel Thomas in the two wood singles.

Taylor is back in action in the pairs and joins clubmate Isabel Jones in taking on a pair from Saundersfoot while Berriew’s Emma and Sophie Gittins will also be competing against a Port Talbot side.

Taylor, Holly Bailey and Emma Gittins will also be competing against a Saundersfoot side in the triples.

Meanwhile Taylor and Jones are joined by Berriew clubmates Hazel Wilson and Nerys Lewis in taking on Price, Betty Morgan, Yvonne Norton and Shirley King of Llandrindod Wells in the fours.

Sophie Gittins will be back on the green to take on Lowri Powell of Abertillery in the under 25s singles and will be competing alongside Jess Wilson in the under 25s pairs.

Meanwhile Karen Hopkins, Gill James, Christine Barr and Hilary Owen will fly the Newtown Bowling Club flag in the over 55s with a semi-final clash against Lampeter.

The action commences at 9am with the final being held at the same venue on Sunday.

Mid Wales Bowling Association spokesperson Hazel Wilson said: “It is fantastic to see so many talented bowlers representing our association and it promises to be a great weekend.”