It’s been a two-year wait, but the popular NSW Open event will return this weekend to conclude the 2022 women’s and open division ranked event season.
Tenpin City in Lidcombe will play host to nearly 100 competitors this weekend as the final women’s and open division ranked event for 2022.
- With two divisions in play (Male and Female), each bowler will bowl 10 games in 2 game blocks for qualifying.
- The top 32 males based on scratch pinfall after the 10 games will progress to stage 1. While the top 8 females based on scratch pinfall after the 10 games will progress to matchplay.
- Stage 1 will see the top 32 males after qualifying bowl a further 4 games in 1 game blocks with pinfall carrying from qualifying. The top 16 on scratch pinfall after stage 1 will progress to stage 2
- Stage 2 will see the top 16 males bowl a further 4 games in 1 game blocks with pinfall carrying over from stage 1. The top 8 on scratch pinfall after stage 2 will progress to matchplay
- Matchplay will see the top 8 males and top 8 females bowl 7 games matchplay with bonuses of 20 for a win and 10 for a draw. Pinfall will carry over from stage 2 for the males and qualifying for the females
- The winner in each division will be the bowler with the highest pinfall, including matchplay bonus
Tenpin Bowling Australia wishes all competitors the best of luck on the weekend.
- What? National Ranked event for the Women’s and Open divisions – A22/0212
- Where? Tenpin City – Top Level Carpark- Lidcombe Shopping Centre, U114/92 Parramatta Road, LIDCOMBE, NSW, 2114
- When? 9-11 September 2022
- Entry form – click here to download
- Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TenpinCity
- Instagram – @tenpin_city
This is the 39th running of the NSW Open. The first NSW open was conducted in 1982 when Terry Wenban won the inaugural title.
Sam Cooley and Rebekah Martin will be both in attendance to defend their crowns obtained in 2019.
|1982||Terry Wenban (NSW)|
|1983||Don Brown (WA)||Cheryl Munson (NSW)|
|1984||Steve Lovell (NSW)||Jeanette Baker (NSW)|
|1985||Brian Bridges (Vic)||Cheryl Munson (NSW)|
|1986||Len Hogg (Vic)||Doreen Dockery (Vic)|
|1987||Fred Allsopp (NSW)||Debbie Biviano (NSW)|
|1988||Kevin Quinn (NSW)||Ruth Guerster (Vic)|
|1989||Mark Ramsay (Qld)||Carol Gianotti (WA)|
|1990||Mark Ramsay (Qld)||Cara Honeychurch (Vic)|
|1991||R Kostemuk (Canada)||Christine Roughley (NSW)|
|1992||Mark Ramsay (Qld)|
|1993||Ian Bradford (Vic)|
|1994||Brenton Davy (SA)|
|1995||Andrew Frawley (NSW)||Sharon McLeish (NSW)|
|1996||Andrew Frawley (NSW)||Sue Cassell (NSW)|
|1997||Frank Ryan (Vic)||Jeanette Baker (Vic)|
|1998||Andrew Frawley (NSW)|
|1999||Colin Hunt (SA)||Amanda Bradley (NSW)|
|2000||Colin Hunt (SA)||Katie Stuart (NSW)|
|2001||Matthew Francis (ACT)||Debbie Baldock (WA)|
|2002||Brandon Qualischefski (Qld)||Ann-Maree Putney (NSW)|
|2003||George Frilingos (Qld)||Natalie Shelley (Vic)|
|2004||George Frilingos (Qld)||Emma Walsh (NSW)|
|2005||Sam Romeo (NSW)||Sue Cassell (NSW)|
|2006||Andrew McArthur (NT)||Jayde Flanagan (NT)|
|2007||Jason Belmonte (NSW)||Ann-Maree Putney (NSW)|
|2008||Jason Walsh (NSW)||Maxine Nable (NSW)|
|2009||Dale Fitzgerald (NSW)||Bianca Flanagan (QLD)|
|2010||George Frilingos (Qld)||Carol Gianotti (WA)|
|2011||Jarrod Lean (NSW)||Ann-Maree Putney (NSW)|
|2012||Michael Little (NSW)||Rebecca Voukolos (NT)|
|2013||Jason Belmonte (NSW)||Ann-Maree Putney (NSW)|
|2014||Jason Belmonte (NSW)||Bec Whiting (Vic)|
|2015||Jason Belmonte (NSW)||Bec Whiting (Vic)|
|2016||Jarrod Langford (Qld)||Bec Whiting (Vic)|
|2017||Sam Cooley (NSW)||Narelle Baker (Vic)|
|2018||Jordan Dinham (NSW)||Bec Whiting (VIC)|
|2019||Sam Cooley (NSW)||Rebekah Martin (VIC)|
Flashback – 2015 Champions Bec Whiting and Jason Belmonte