The presence of COVID-19 on communities and sport continues in 2022 across the country, requiring further patience and understanding with the running of events.
Following an increased completion rate of nationally ranked events in 2021, Tenpin Bowling Australia is committed to continuing to confront the challenges of COVID-19 by adopting last year’s principle of enabling ‘Bowlers to Bowl’ in 2022.
Commencing this weekend with the Hammer QLD Seniors Classic at Caboolture Bowl & Mini Golf, the ranked event season will see events occur every month throughout the year until the end of November in various locations in the country.
“Like last year, whenever and wherever possible, we want events to occur for those bowlers that can compete”, explained National Bowling Manager Morty Douglass.
“Given the day-to-day changes the global pandemic provides, we will continue to remain agile and work with all stakeholders to allow bowlers to bowl in 2022.
“We will work closely with event organisers of these ranked events in conjunction with state and territory government requirements for sporting events to ensure they are delivered in a COVID safe environment”, added Douglass.
The host centres and sponsors will continue to maintain the right to determine if their event is viable or not to proceed as scheduled. In addition, TBA will continue to provide updates from stakeholders in response to how the pandemic transpires throughout the year.
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