Following the release of the Child Safe Sport Framework last week, Tenpin Bowling Australia has updated two key policies in a further commitment to providing a positive environment for all participants in our sport.
Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) has released its Child Safe Sport Framework in conjunction with its eight State Associations, to keep children and young people in our sport safe.
New South Wales have won the 2019 Cole Cup and Open State Challenge at the National Disability Championships in Canberra.
Shane Bernhardt has been elected as the new Chair of Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) following the AGM on Saturday 25th May in Melbourne.
Jarrod Langford has won back to back Schweppes Melbourne Tenpin Cup’s, holding off PBA bowler Sam Cooley late yesterday to win his second national open ranked event of 2019.
The pinnacle junior tenpin bowling event in Australia returns to Queensland for the first time since 2008.
Last year it was Jarrod Langford holding aloft the Melbourne Tenpin Cup trophy at Oz Tenpin Chirnside Park. Who will it be in 2019?
The team of six women and six men will compete in the 10-day tournament at the Kuwait Bowling Centre in Salmiya, against Asia’s leading bowling nations.
The weekend saw two ranked events held with the 2019 Venuto and Sydney Youth Cups both decided on Sunday afternoon.
The countdown has begun – Australia’s pinnacle event for senior tenpin bowlers will be held in Toowoomba in three months’ time, commencing on 23rd August.