In what might be a first, a 5-year-old has graduated Bowl Patrol by achieving the hardest and final black wristband.
Whilst there’s no single secret to perfecting your game, there’s something to be said for those bowlers who see meaningful improvement in ‘giving back’ to the sport.
Bec Whiting might be described as the perfect example of women thriving in the sport of tenpin bowling. She is currently the number one female bowler in Australia, a title held alongside current QubicaAMF World Cup Champion which she won back in 2019 in Palembang, Indonesia.
It’s been barely five years since Jett Galley claimed Bowl Patrol’s 2017 National Patroller of the Year award, the same year she won the South Australian award too.
This article has been written in full by Grace Perry herself about her experience in tenpin bowling from representing her state to being involved with Bowl Patrol and achieving great things despite her disability.
Meet Gracie Perry. The young 21-year-old from South Australia claimed her first national title by winning the Darwin Tenpin Cup at Planet Tenpin over the weekend.