By Matt Stevens
November 1, 2019

2020 TBA sports registration is set to open from the 1st November and will see the online early bird period return, giving league bowlers and volunteers a two month window to SAVE on their annual TBA Sports Registration fee.^

From the 1st November till the 31st December, 2019, league bowlers and volunteers can pay their 2020 TBA sports registration online via www.tenpinresults.com.au and pay 2018 prices ($35 for adults, $25 for juniors) for their 2020 TBA sports registration.

By registering online in November or December, you not only save $$$ but you will go into the draw for your chance to win 10 weeks of free league bowling & other exclusive TBA prize packs*. For terms and conditions click here

Listed below are the 2020 TBA sports registration prices and the dates on when each product is available. ^

Traditional Online

Early Bird Special

 1st November – 31st December, 2019

Adult = $35

Junior = $25

Online Payments

From 1st January, 2020

Adult = $37

Junior = $27

Traditional – In Centre

From 1st January, 2020

Adult = $42

Junior = $32

2020 Silver sports registration upgrade will also be available from 1st November = $45 (to be paid online only) *Please note that the Silver upgrade must also include your normal registration fee as well.

To check if your centre is taking online payments in 2020 visit the ‘find a lane’ section on this website. If your centre does not accept online payments, please contact your centre to confirm your 2020 sports registration fees.  

2020 TBA members will again be able to access a digital card which will include your name, TBA number and your centre via www.tenpinresults.com.au

We thank you for your contribution and hope you enjoy the great benefits which exist as a 2020 TBA member. Your contribution to the sport will once again assist TBA in delivering key services to tenpin bowling in Australia.


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