Tickets to the first-ever Tenpin Premier League (TPL) event, the Wodonga Classic, are on sale.
Thanks to support from the Victorian Government, the Wodonga Classic will see Australia’s best and brightest talent including Bec Whiting, Adam Hayes and Jarrod Langford fighting it out to create history.
Tenpin Bowling Australia CEO Rohan O’Neill said he was looking forward to the inaugural TPL event taking place from 3-4 September.
“It will be great to see the Tenpin Premier League (TPL) come to life next month,” he said. “We’ve already seen great interest from the players and Australian tenpin bowling community ahead of the Wodonga Classic so it will be an exciting event to be part of.”
Being staged at 3D Lanes, owned by champion tenpin bowler Paul Delany, the Wodonga Classic will begin on Saturday 3 September with qualifiers before concluding on Sunday 4 September with finals.
Whiting, a 2019 World Cup champion, says it’s great to have an opportunity like TPL.
“It’s an exciting time for tenpin bowling in Australia…we have the chance to bring tenpin bowling to the attention of the wider community in a new, fun and exciting way,” she said.
“It’s a great step for tenpin bowling in Australia and I can’t wait to be part of it and hopefully have success along the journey too.”
A range of ticketing options have gone on sale Monday 15 August with general admission tickets to Saturday’s session available for $20 for adults and $10 for those under the age of 18-years while children under 5 go for free.
Sunday’s finals will see general admission, including under 18-year-olds, will be $20. Children under 5 can still go for free.
Meanwhile, laneside seating is $45.
Those that require special needs access can purchase a ticket and their carer will be provided with free entry.
Tickets can be purchased here.
For those not attending the Wodonga Classic, a range of options to watch the event live will be announced soon.
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