Tenpin Bowling Australia proudly announces another year of remarkable achievement in our Sporting Schools program
Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) proudly announces an exciting new chapter in the sport’s growth and community engagement through a pioneering partnership with SCS Group.
Tenpin Bowling Australia in partnership with the Australian Sports Commission are thrilled to offer students in Year 7 and Year 8 a new Tenpin Bowling program offering for Sporting Schools.
The students at Pal Buddhist School have discovered the joy of strikes, spares, and friendly competition, thanks to Tenpin Bowling Australia’s involvement with the Australian Sports Commission’s pilot Secondary Sporting Schools program.
Students from King’s College had the unique opportunity to step out of their classrooms and onto the lanes, as part of Tenpin Bowling Australia’s involvement with the Australian Sports Commission’s pilot Secondary Sporting Schools program this term.
TBA has embarked on an exciting journey in cooperation with the Australian Sports Commission’s pilot Secondary Sporting Schools program this term, aimed at introducing and engaging teenagers in the sport.
The inclusion of Tenpin Bowling in schools has seen a remarkable surge in popularity
Thanks to Sport Australia’s Sporting Schools, students from Tyabb Railway Station Primary School had a blast participating in tenpin bowling at Zone Bowling Frankston.
Tenpin Bowling Australia CEO Rohan O’Neill has welcomed the Australian Government’s plans to extend funding to keep kids active through sport following the announcement in last night’s Federal Budget.
Tenpin Bowling Australia’s Bowl Patrol program has achieved record participation through Sport Australia’s Sporting Schools initiative in 2021.