Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) is pleased to announce the National Tenpin Bowling Championships for Persons with a Disability will be held in Epping, Victoria from 8-18 June in 2022.
One of the largest single sporting events in Australia for people with disabilities, Tenpin Bowling Australia is pleased to once again partner with Australian Disabilities Tenpin (ADT) to deliver the Championships, which continues to attract participants from across the country.
Thanks to the support of the Victorian Government through the Significant Sporting Events Program, the event will return in 2022, hosted by Oz Tenpin Epping across 10 days.
Tenpin Bowling Australia CEO, Rohan O’Neill, said he is thrilled to have the event return next year.
“The National Tenpin Bowling Championships for Persons with a Disability forms an important part of our national events calendar and we are thrilled to be working with our strategic partners to deliver the 33rd instalment of this event,” said O’Neill.
“Thanks to the support of the Victorian Government through their Significant Sporting Events Program, Tenpin Bowling Australia in partnership with Australian Disabilities Tenpin will deliver the two-week event that is expected to attract participants from across the country.
“Oz Tenpin Epping will host the Championships that in 2022 will also feature three masters events restricted, classic and open masters along with two State vs State events that are sure to take interstate rivalry to a new level.
“After what has been a tough two years for everyone, we are looking forward to welcoming participants to Victoria for this great event,” he said.
TBA’s partner, the Australian Disabilities Tenpin (ADT), is looking forward to the 33rd National Championships returning to Oz Tenpin Epping which last hosted the event in 2016.
“We are excited to welcome bowlers from all around the country back to the lanes in 2022 after a few challenging years,” said ADT Chair Louise Cooke.
“Next year’s event promises to be a special one as we hold the inaugural Michael Cooke Memorial Shield (former ADT Chair) for our scratch bowlers. It will be a great opportunity to ensure Michael’s legacy lives on in the sport after being a tireless advocate for our bowlers everywhere.
“We thank Tenpin Bowling Australia for their continued support ensuring the successful running of our National Disability Championships”, added Cooke.
Oz Tenpin Epping will be once again hosting this flagship event. “We thank the TBA and ADT for choosing our centre as the host and we look forward to welcoming all bowlers to the championship at Oz Tenpin Epping in 2022,” said Oz Tenpin General Manager Graeme Cox.
Entries to participate in the 2022 National Tenpin Bowling Championships for Persons with a Disability are now open. To view the entry form and schedule, please click here.