Author: Emily Rennes

Our friends in the west lead the charge in 2020 with Bowl Patrol continuing to keep kids active and entertained.

More state and territory winners of the 2020 Bowl Patrol awards have now been announced

We’ll continue with all the States and Territories across Australia announcing our winners of Centre, Lane Ranger and Patroller nominations. Today we’re delighted to announce the winners in the Northern Territory. The Northern Territory have spent another fantastic year in support of Tenpin Bowling Australia’s national junior ‘learn to bowl’ program; Bowl Patrol. Our Sport […]

What a year it’s been! We’re delighted to be able to celebrate the challenges that have been overcome this year in Tasmania and bring you the annual Bowl Patrol award winners of 2020. Zone Moonah and Launceston Lanes engaged in Bowl Patrol in Tasmania ensured the program delivered in Terms 1, 3 and 4 which […]

With the support of Sport Australia’s Sporting Schools funding, around four thousand students have had their Term 4 brightened with the joy of bowling.

Whilst many of us have struggled to maintain our activity levels, it hasn’t stopped many of our youngest bowlers across the country from maintaining theirs.

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It’s the pursuit of the ‘black’ coloured wristband that keeps some Patrollers coming back for more!

Many states and territories have started releasing sport vouchers for 2020 – find out where you can apply

Orange Tenpin Bowl ran a Bowl Patrol school holiday camp recently in the home centre of Bowl Patrol ambassador Jason Belmonte. As the images attest, it was a huge success!

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 […]

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