In what might be a first, a 5-year-old has graduated Bowl Patrol by achieving the hardest and final black wristband.
People with lived experience of disability make amazing coaches, with the tips, tricks, and knowledge to pass on to anyone willing to learn.
International Day of People with Disability this year is on 3 December, and Tenpin Bowling Australia joins people around the world celebrating the contributions and achievements of people with disability.
Tenpin Bowling Australia is set to pilot three new resources designed to help explain tenpin bowling
Tenpin Bowling Australia continues to look for ways to include our global communities more locally
At TBA we see your first experience as the start of your journey – a pathway into the sport that leads to a lifetime of bowling.
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.