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The national winners of Bowl Patrol’s awards were recently presented with the Centre of the Year and Lane Ranger of the Year titles for 2022.
Twenty-five lucky students from Cooper Plains State School near Brisbane, Queensland have had a ball learning to bowl in Term 1 2023
In what might be a first, a 5-year-old has graduated Bowl Patrol by achieving the hardest and final black wristband.
Finalists have been announced for the annual 2022 Bowl Patrol Awards.
With government-issued sport vouchers now in every state and territory (except ACT) across Australia, more children are learning to bowl for free.
Bowl Patrol offers volunteering opportunities for parents and guardians to be an Assistant Lane Ranger
With the success of the national learn-to-bowl programs, Bunbury Tenpin Bowl now has a thriving junior league and has nearly doubled the number of league bowlers with disabilities.
Travis Kloer becsme the second Bowl Patrol graduate to achieve a 300 game at Logan City Tenpin.
Tenpin Bowling Australia learn to bowl programs Bowl Patrol, and Bowl Abilities have recently begun rolling again at Oz Tenpin Ballarat.