Month: July 2019

The World’s best Professional Bowlers to come to Hobart to compete in the Devil’s Lair against the undisputed Number 1 Player in the World

The 2019 QUEENSLAND JUNIOR CUP, held at Caboolture Bowl in Brisbane’s north at the weekend has again showcased the exciting talent of the sport’s emerging champions.

Eight of the Go Bowling! PBA Tour’s top performers based on competition points earned over a two-year span – including defending champion and Australian, Jason Belmonte – will take center stage at this weekend’s Barbasol PBA Tour Finals presented by Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa in Las Vegas.

This nationally-ranked tournament will showcase some of Australia’s best emerging talent and QJC organisers are confident that every squad will be filled to capacity.

Tenpin Bowling Australia’s nationally recognised ‘learn to bowl’ program Bowl Patrol is ready to roll across all states and territories for Term 3. Online registration via the Bowl Patrol website (www.bowlpatrol.com.au) has never been easier with most participants in all states and territories now able to utilise sporting vouchers to cover the full cost of […]

Australia’s Asian Schools team has returned home from the 2019 Asian Schools Championship in Hong Kong after finishing fifth on the overall medal tally with one silver.

Following the launch of the new and improved tenpin.org.au this week, Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) have released a refreshed results portal, giving tenpinresults.com.au a new look and feel as well as a number of new features for bowlers.

Bec Whiting has won a record sixth Queensland Ladies Classic title after defeating Alicia Melton in yesterday’s final at Caboolture Bowl.

The weekend’s Queensland Ladies Classic will once again attract the best female bowlers in Australia for its 21st year when qualifying gets underway on Saturday.

World Bowling has been granted the status of International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Recognised International Federation (IF).

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