Macintyre High School's representative lawn bowls team played the regional final of a Combined High Schools (CHS) competition today.
Up against Tamworth's Peel High School, Inverell students Brittany Camp, Ethan Blatch and Timmy Matheson were determined.
Teacher Matt Cook said the trio were supposed to face Warialda in round one, however a forfeit led to Inverell progressing straight into round two.
"Two weeks ago we versed Inverell High and we beat them. The same day we versed Wee Waa and were the winners for New England so we progressed to regionals."
Cook said Tamworth's side won against Coonabarabran to secure their spot against Inverell.
With the winner advancing to the state knockout at Raymond Terrace, Cook was confident in his side.
"All winners of the regional meets will compete at state. It's a couple of days full of lawn bowls with the top 20 school teams around NSW."
As skip, Camp was Inverell's most experienced bowler previously taking out a few state championship titles.
Although a little rusty Matheson and Blatch were commended by Cook on their quick improvements.
"In our game against Inverell High Brittany had a lot of good final bowls and got us up a couple of points early during our second game we focused on everyone having good bowls.
"Timmy and Ethan improved so much and got us a lot of points towards the end. We're hoping to continue that shared point scoring today to take some pressure off Brittany," he said this morning.
Macintyre High School chose the team of three from around 15 eager students who put up their hand.
"When we versed Inverell High and Wee Waa we also had a social competition. We had our best three in the competitive comp and about 12 in the social."