Author: Emily Rennes

We’re very excited to announce the winners of State and Territory Bowl Patrol awards for 2019. (Image: can’t stop kids flossing! Term 2’s Bowl Patrollers in SA were particularly big fans – the Lane Ranger used it as a motivating reward.) Every year our Sport Development Officers work with the Bowl Patrol centres, Lane Rangers […]

We’re very excited to announce the winners of State and Territory Bowl Patrol awards for 2019. (Image: Western Australia’s Sport Development Officer Mia Buswell presents Patroller Girl of the Year to Isabelle Young) Every year our Sport Development Officers work with the Bowl Patrol centres, Lane Rangers and participants to recognise a few special stand […]

We’re very excited to announce the winners of State and Territory Bowl Patrol awards for 2019. (Image: Grafton Tenpin threw a Christmas party for their Bowl Patrol participants in Term 4 2019. They are Centre of the Year for NSW in 2019) Every year our Sport Development Officers work with the Bowl Patrol centres, Lane […]

We’re very excited to announce the winners of State and Territory Bowl Patrol awards for 2019. (Image: Patrollers at Oz Tenpin in Shepparton include 2019 VIC winners Ebony and Raphael with runner up Declan.) Every year our Sport Development Officers work with the Bowl Patrol centres, Lane Rangers and participants to recognise a few special […]

Centres and associations across Australia who purchased the Bowl Patrol equipment are enjoying the opportunity to showcase the national learn to bowl program with visiting schools.

Tenpin bowling has, for a long time, done well to make all abilities feel included. Bowl Patrol is no exception, we’re keen to see every body bowling.

Starting your bowling pathway, at any point in life, can bring it’s fair share of challenges and rewards!

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Meet Izzy, one of many stand-out bowlers loving Bowl Patrol, here at ZONE Bowling in Rockingham WA her dreams are coming true!

Participants across a number of states and territories are benefiting from government investment in sports vouchers.

Our friends at Access for All Abilities (Reclink Australia) recently featured tenpin bowling for their monthly e-newsletter.

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