Pocket Preview: Darwin Tenpin Cup 2021

By Matt Stevens
January 28, 2021

The 2021 Women’s Ranked Event season gets underway this weekend in the top end with the Darwin Tenpin Cup.

National Training Squad members Rebecca Voukolos and Jaime Maglieri finished first and second in 2020 and will be keen to use their home centre knowledge once again at Planet Tenpin this weekend. Voukolos will be striving for title number 3 in the defence of her title at her home centre.

The 2021 Darwin Tenpin Cup will run three-division events throughout the three days – Women’s, Men and Mixed Grade. The Women’s event will provide the first chance for ranking points for competitors in 2021.

Action will begin on Friday 29th January 2021 at 10 am in the Northern Territory.

Where?

Planet Tenpin

69 Progress Dr

Nightcliff NT 0810

Phone:(08) 8985 4416

When? Friday 29th January- Sunday 31st January 2021

What? Nationally Ranked Women’s Event – A21/004

Facebook/Stream – Planet Tenpin Facebook Page

Entry Form –  here

Tenpin Results will house the scores and results of this event – Click Here

2021 will see the 8th running of the event in the Northern Territory. Previously known as the Fishing and Outdoor World Ladies Classic, 2020 saw the event renamed to the Darwin Tenpin Cup.

Rebecca Voukolos (Northern Territory) the 2020 Darwin Tenpin Cup Champion with Bruno Maglieri Manager/Proprietor of Planet Tenpin

Darwin Tenpin Cup
• 2020- Rebecca Voukolos

Fishing World Classic
• 2019- Bec Whiting
• 2018- Marah Harmsworth
• 2017- Bec Whiting
• 2016- Bec Whiting
• 2015- Bec Martin
• 2014- Bec Voukolos

Qualifying Friday & Saturday

4-game blocks, best two 4-game blocks

Squad times Friday: 10am, 12 noon, 3pm, 5pm, 8pm & 10pm

Squad times Saturday: 8am, 10am, 1pm, 3pm, 6pm & 8pm

Finals Sunday

All Divisions check-in by 11 am for the top 12 will bowl four games-3 to a lane and then cut to the top 8.

Top 8, drop pinfall, then bowl four games, 2 to a lane with the top 4 bowlers advancing to the Semi-Finals.

SEMI-FINALS All Divisions—1st vs. 4th & 2nd vs. 3rd then bowl one game with winners advancing to

Grand Final, highest losing game will be declared 3rd position and lowest losing game finishes in 4th place.

GRAND FINALS All Divisions Winners bowl 1 game for the TITLE in each division

Download Here

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