July 27, 2017
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Six players stamp boarding pass for Hong Kong and New Zealand

Bowls Australia’s national selection panel has today confirmed the names of six athletes entrusted with international duties later in the year. Selectors have stamped the boarding passes of players from both the Australian Jackaroos and Australian Emerging Jackaroos squads for two upcoming non-capped international tournaments, in the Hong Kong International Bowls Classic and New Zealand’s... View Article
Australia
July 27, 2017
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Vale: Don Sherman

Bowls Australia was saddened to hear of the recent passing of former Australian representative and National Coach/Manager Don Sherman. Sherman was Australia’s 74th capped male representative, and enjoyed a reasonably short but illustrious career that spanned 58 international appearances from 1982 to 1985. He competed in all of the sport’s major marquee events, including the... View Article
Australia
July 26, 2017
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Changes set High-Performance Program on new course

Bowls Australia has today unveiled a remodelled High-Performance Program structure, in a concerted effort to improve the program’s effectiveness and ensure future international success. Following an independent review of the HP program, aimed at enhancing the delivery of services and resources to the sport’s elite and ensuring a clear and transparent future pathway system is... View Article
Australia
July 10, 2017
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BPL Cup set in motion

The process of determining the inaugural BPL Cup champion team has been set in motion, with two states commencing their regional qualifying rounds over the weekend. Victoria and South Australia got the bowl rolling to Bowls Australia’s exciting new pathway event, the BPL Cup, with qualifying rounds staged across two clubs in each region. South... View Article
Australia
July 4, 2017
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Awards Night nominations open

Bowls Australia is proud to announce that nominations for the 2017 Bowls Australia Awards Night are now open. The 2017 Hall of Fame and Awards Night will be held on the sunny Gold Coast on October 26, 2017.  This prestigious event is a celebration of the year gone by in the sport of Bowls and... View Article
Australia
June 27, 2017
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Victoria's Lester & Krizanic crowned number 1 bowlers in 2016/17

Barrie Lester (Mulgrave Country Club, VIC) and Carla Krizanic (Sunbury, VIC) have claimed the coveted top ranking at the end of the 2016/17 rankings period, capping a golden year in which both players significantly added to their glittering resumes.  For their success and consistency, the Victorian guns will be named the Male and Female Bowlers... View Article
Australia
June 13, 2017
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Medal of the Order of Australia recipients

Bowls Australia congratulates the eight new recipients of the Medal of the Order of Australia from the sport of bowls. Eight people with ties to the sport of bowls were recognised with an OAM during the Queen’s Birthday honours yesterday. The majority of the individuals were presented the coveted medal for their contribution to the... View Article
Australia
June 7, 2017
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Golden day for Australia

The Australian “Gold” team claimed the overall honours at the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations today, on the back of a three gold medal performance by the women’s players. All five women walked away from the event with a gold medal around their neck, or in Karen Murphy and Lynsey Clarke’s case, two gold medals. The... View Article
Australia
June 7, 2017
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Aussies strike gold

Australia has stunningly secured all four gold medals on offer in the first session of the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations, and will continue to hunt more silverware this afternoon.  Australia’s Green team collected three gold medallions, while the Gold team nabbed the remaining gold on offer. The Green team’s men enjoyed a scintillating morning on... View Article
Australia
June 6, 2017
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Australia on the verge of a gold rush

Australia will go in search of nine out of ten gold medals on the final day of the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations event at Broadbeach tomorrow. The host-nation missed out on an attempt to claim a clean sweep of all gold medals up grabs in the seven-nation event, falling short in the blue-ribbon men’s singles,... View Article
Australia
June 6, 2017
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Strong finish needed to secure four more attempts at gold

As it stands, Australia is a chance at progressing through to the gold/silver medal decider of all four open disciplines of the second half of the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations, but is not guaranteed of any spots. It’s a contrasting result in the para-sport component of the event, with Australia assured of reaching both para-sport... View Article
Australia
June 6, 2017
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Host-nation endures difficult morning on the greens

Australia endured a rather forgettable start to the penultimate day of the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations event at Broadbeach. The open disciplines suffered five losses from eight starts, across the “GREEN” and “GOLD” teams, in this morning’s fifth round. The GREEN contingent fared better than the GOLD, winning half of their contests against Canada, with... View Article
Australia
June 5, 2017
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Trans Tasman rivals in red-hot form at Multi-Nations

Australia and New Zealand shared the limelight, following the third round of the four new disciplines contested at the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations event at Broadbeach. The trans Tasman rivals were in red-hot form on the third day of play of the seven-nation event, which saw the start of the men’s singles and fours, and... View Article
Australia
June 5, 2017
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Strong start to new disciplines

The Australian Jackaroos enjoyed seven wins from eight starts to commence proceedings in the four new disciplines at the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations this morning. The Jackaroos picked up where they left, after a sublime conclusion to the initial four disciplines last night saw them earn a berth in a tonne of gold, silver and... View Article
Australia
June 4, 2017
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Australia guaranteed golden haul from Multi-Nations

Australia is guaranteed two gold and four silver medals at a minimum from the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations at Broadbeach.  Despite having only played the preliminary rounds of four out eight disciplines, the host-nation is assured six medals of the gold or silver variety, given it boasts dual chances in each event. The top two... View Article
Australia
June 4, 2017
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Last chance to nab Multi-Nations final spots

There’s just one more round remaining to solidify positions in the gold/silver or bronze medal matches of the opening four disciplines of the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations. Australia’s men’s triples GREEN team is guaranteed of a gold medal opportunity regardless of this session’s result, while the men’s pairs and women’s fours ultimate deciders will feature... View Article
Australia
June 4, 2017
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Australia primed for penultimate round

All eight Australian teams are in medal play-off positions going into the penultimate round of the opening four disciplines at the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations at Broadbeach. Australia boasts twice the theoretical chance of their opponents to strike gold on the Broadbeach greens, with the host-nation fielding GREEN and GOLD teams in both genders, but... View Article
Australia
June 3, 2017
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Green and Gold firm for gold, silver and bronze

Australia is well placed at the halfway mark of the opening four disciplines at the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations. Seven out of eight teams are within third place or higher, with the eighth just 1 shot shy. As it stands after the first day, Australia’s GREEN or GOLD teams headlines one discipline, is second in... View Article
Australia
June 3, 2017
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GREEN and GOLD both in the hunt

Five out of eight Australian teams sit within the top two positions of the four disciplines contested to date at the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations. The GREEN and GOLD teams, which boast two full Australian contingents in each gender, relinquished their lead somewhat this round through, with just the one team situated on top of... View Article
Australia
June 3, 2017
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Australian men start strongly at Multi-Nations

Australia’s men have started strongly at the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations, while Malaysia and New Zealand have the early ascendancy in the women’s event. Debutant Aaron Teys has enjoyed a stellar start to his promising and his international career, alongside his namesake, Aaron Wilson in the GOLD team. The pair recorded a 26-8 victory against... View Article
Australia