For the sixth time this year, an Australian team will be heading overseas for international competition when the 25th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships begins this week.
The Australian Senior team has returned home with three medals from the 2019 World Senior Championship in Las Vegas, USA.
Tag! As one championship concludes, a new one begins. The South Point Bowling Plaza is set to host the second world bowling event in a row with the World Senior Championship scheduled to begin tomorrow morning in Las Vegas, USA.
Team Australia have returned home with two top ten finishes from six events at the 2019 World Women’s Championships in Las Vegas, USA.
Australia’s World Women team have begun arriving in preparation for the 2019 World Women Championships in Las Vegas, USA.
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.
Australia’s Asian schools team will depart on Tuesday for the 2019 Asian Schools Tenpin Bowling Championships in Hong Kong which officially begins when the opening ceremony is held on Sunday 7th July.
The team of six women and six men will compete in the 10-day tournament at the Kuwait Bowling Centre in Salmiya, against Asia’s leading bowling nations.
TBA’s High Performance Committee has announced the Australian team who will contest the nine-day tournament from the 2nd till 10th of September.
Three rookies included, following the announcement of the Australian team to contest the Women’s World Championships in Las Vegas from 22nd – 30th August.