In only it’s second year, the State and Territory Bowl Patrol awards have been decided across. In cooperation with the Sport Development Officers in each location, the nominees and eventual finalists listed below were carefully considered and acknowledging for their achievements.
(Image: Bowl Patrol WA’s 2019 Patroller Girl of the Year – Isabelle Young with Lane Ranger coaches Cheryl and Chelsea)
|CENTRE||LANE RANGER||PATROLLER GIRL||PATROLLER BOY|
|ACT||ZONE BOWLING Tuggeranong||Tess Dyer||Bryn Williams||Nathaniel Howard|
|NSW||Grafton Tenpin||Annette Bateup||Emily Robertson||Jayden Cao|
|QLD||Logan City Tenpin||Sophie Paterson|
|SA||ZONE BOWLING Woodville||Matt Krinis||Tahlia Lydeamore||Mack Sharp|
|TAS||ZONE BOWLING Moonah||Sarah Pennicott||Eliza Midgley||Thomas Ikin|
|VIC||Oz Tenpin Epping||Fred Thompson||Ebony Grogan||Raphael Pelaez|
|WA||Bunbury Tenpin||Moira Mathie||Isabelle Young||Lucas Dye|
|NT||Terry Maynard||Isabel Tanti||Maddex Jasinski|
The State and Territory winners now go onto the next stage for national awards which will be announced in the new year. For details on the 2019 winners, check Tenpin.org.au’s news.
2018 winners can be found here: 2018 Bowl Patrol Awards.
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Each State/Territory can award up to four awards for their Bowl Patrol programs each year. Recipients receive this certificate on a wooden plaque. Winners chosen needn’t be the highest scoring bowler, but represent the program’s goal of fun, friendship and learning to bowl. We acknowledge all those who continue to support the program across Australia.