Australia’s World Women team have begun arriving in preparation for the 2019 World Women Championships in Las Vegas, USA.
The Australian Tenpin Bowling Seniors Organisation of Queensland is preparing to host an exciting national bowling tournament attracting hundreds of players and officials to Toowoomba’s state-of-the-art Sunset Superbowl.
The World’s best Professional Bowlers to come to Hobart to compete in the Devil’s Lair against the undisputed Number 1 Player in the World
The weekend’s Queensland Ladies Classic will once again attract the best female bowlers in Australia for its 21st year when qualifying gets underway on Saturday.
New South Wales have won the 2019 Cole Cup and Open State Challenge at the National Disability Championships in Canberra.
This weekend will see national ranked events return to the bowling calendar, with the Sydney Youth and Venuto Cups in action.
Three rookies included, following the announcement of the Australian team to contest the Women’s World Championships in Las Vegas from 22nd – 30th August.
Victoria has gone back to back to back at the 2019 Presidents Junior Interstate Shield at Oz Tenpin Chirnside Park.
Australia’s youth team have finished their Asian Youth Championships campaign in Malaysia.
At not yet 14 years of age, Tarkyn Percy has joined an illustrious list of winners of the Australian Junior Masters which includes Jason Belmonte.