Tag: Bowl Patrol

Every year since the Bowl Patrol program began, we’ve celebrated the accomplishments of all those involved through the annual Bowl Patrol Awards. This year the story of one nominee for Western Australia’s Patroller Boy of the Year for 2021 in WA, is a particularly special one.

Sport Australia’s new Club Connect initiative is opening more opportunities for students to enjoy tenpin bowling.

Tenpin Bowling in Australia is a sport ‘on the move’, and we are pleased to have been recognised through the support and allocation of a Sport AUS project officer to facilitate the development of a new Participation strategy.

Special Olympics Australia rely on the dedication and efforts of volunteers to provide opportunities for athletes to play sport. Calvin Jenkins is one such volunteer.

Find out where Bowl Patrol is running in Term 4 across the country

Another registered Australian Tenpin Bowling centre is discovering the benefits of offering Tenpin Bowling Australia’s premier ‘learn to bowl’ experience Bowl Patrol.

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.

Tenpin Bowling Australia are supporting Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week in acknowledgment of the impact sport can have on health.

Access for All Abilities (AAA Play) has launched their new website aiming to connect people of all abilities to sports and recreational opportunities in Victoria.

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