Author: Emily Rennes

Whilst there’s no single secret to perfecting your game, there’s something to be said for those bowlers who see meaningful improvement in ‘giving back’ to the sport.

Tenpin Bowling Australia are supporting Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week in acknowledgment of the impact sport can have on health.

Bowling centres around the country are enjoying the excited sounds of children celebrating strikes – often as part of a federally funded Sporting Schools program.

Students from Wangaratta District Specialist School are enjoying their bowling in new ways with the support of Sporting Schools this term.

Tenpin Bowling Australia is driving the connection of school participants to the sport through Sport Australia’s Sporting School initiative.

Following the recent announcements of the annual Bowl Patrol winners across Australia’s states and territories, we now have the national award winners!

Tenpin Bowling has long held a reputation for being an inclusive sport.

Bowl Patrol programs in South Australia were temporarily impacted by closed centres due to COVID-19. This hasn’t stopped our Patrollers though, Bowl at Home videos came in handy, whilst online Lane Ranger training supported our deliverers.

Our programs Victoria were only viable in Term 1 due to the impacts of COVID-19, luckily we had a bumper start to the year with ZONE Frankston, ZONE Moorabin and Oz Tenpin Geelong getting programs off the ground in 2020. So our winners in Victoria are… 2020 VIC Lane Ranger of the Year went to […]

Bowl Patrol in Queensland was an overall success in 2020, with a total of 56 participants across three centres; Logan City Tenpin, Caboolture Bowl and Mini Golf and Sunset Superbowl. The winners of 2020 QLD Centre of the Year are Logan City Tenpin who consistently have very successful programs at their centre and work hard […]

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