Participants across a number of states and territories are benefiting from government investment in sports vouchers.
Our friends at Access for All Abilities (Reclink Australia) recently featured tenpin bowling for their monthly e-newsletter.
Tenpin Bowling Australia’s nationally recognised ‘learn to bowl’ program Bowl Patrol is ready to roll across all states and territories for Term 3. Online registration via the Bowl Patrol website (www.bowlpatrol.com.au) has never been easier with most participants in all states and territories now able to utilise sporting vouchers to cover the full cost of […]
We hope you’re enjoying our upgraded website, a response to the sometimes frustrating old website, the new format should be easier to navigate. We’ve also got some exciting new features that’ll connect our members to an enhanced digital experience.
The Federal Government has announced its ongoing commitment to the Sporting Schools Program with Sport Australia receiving a further $40 million in funding to extend the program until the end of 2020.
The National Youth Cup and National Youth Challenge will return to Melbourne. After a very successful 2019 event Wyncity Bowling & Entertainment will again host the 2020 youth events.
Australia’s Jason Belmonte and Sam Cooley were part of The World team who defeated the USA, 2-0, in a best-of-three Baker team format which concluded a week of PBA competition at Thunderbowl Lanes in Detroit on Friday (local time).
The Seniors Australian Open went down to the wire yesterday afternoon with Christine Clark and Ralph Harford claiming victory in the seniors divisions.
Bec Whiting has begun 2019 in stellar form, winning the Fishing World & Outdoor Ladies Classic at Planet Tenpin on the weekend by 85 pins.