In what might be a first, a 5-year-old has graduated Bowl Patrol by achieving the hardest and final black wristband.
Bowling centres around the country are enjoying the excited sounds of children celebrating strikes – often as part of a federally funded Sporting Schools program.
Alannah is a proud and determined Bowl Patroller who loves bowling!
Bowl Patrol programs in South Australia were temporarily impacted by closed centres due to COVID-19. This hasn’t stopped our Patrollers though, Bowl at Home videos came in handy, whilst online Lane Ranger training supported our deliverers.
Our programs Victoria were only viable in Term 1 due to the impacts of COVID-19, luckily we had a bumper start to the year with ZONE Frankston, ZONE Moorabin and Oz Tenpin Geelong getting programs off the ground in 2020. So our winners in Victoria are… 2020 VIC Lane Ranger of the Year went to […]
Our friends in the west lead the charge in 2020 with Bowl Patrol continuing to keep kids active and entertained.
We’ll continue with all the States and Territories across Australia announcing our winners of Centre, Lane Ranger and Patroller nominations. Today we’re delighted to announce the winners in the Northern Territory. The Northern Territory have spent another fantastic year in support of Tenpin Bowling Australia’s national junior ‘learn to bowl’ program; Bowl Patrol. Our Sport […]
What a year it’s been! We’re delighted to be able to celebrate the challenges that have been overcome this year in Tasmania and bring you the annual Bowl Patrol award winners of 2020. Zone Moonah and Launceston Lanes engaged in Bowl Patrol in Tasmania ensured the program delivered in Terms 1, 3 and 4 which […]
With the support of Sport Australia’s Sporting Schools funding, around four thousand students have had their Term 4 brightened with the joy of bowling.
Tenpin bowling is a sport for all ages and abilities