May 2017

May 18, 2017
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Federal Budget impact on sport

The recent Federal Budget announcement will have a big impact on sport leading up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and beyond with the government declaring their intentions to develop a National Sports Plan and also inject a further $30 million into women’s sport.  As revealed on budget night, the Federal Government is committing... View Article
Australia
May 12, 2017
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Rock n Bowls at Sandgate

The Sandgate Bowls Club in Brisbane’s Northern suburbs are thinking outside the square when it comes to recruiting new bowlers and getting a new wave of participants onto their greens.  Sandgate realized they needed to open their doors to a new way of thinking and after laying dormant for a number of years, the club... View Article
Australia
May 10, 2017
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The Bowls Show returns this Sunday

REMINDER: The sport of bowls returns free-to-air television this Sunday, with The Bowls Show’s second season commencing on SBS at 3.00pm. The Bowls Show’s second season will return to SBS on Sunday, May 14, in the new time-slot of 3.00pm nationwide. The hour-long weekly program will again be shown across 20 weeks, up until October... View Article
Australia
May 2, 2017
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International selections for Trans Tasman and Multi-Nations

Bowls Australia’s national selection panel has today confirmed the athletes entrusted with international duties at two important lead-in events to next year’s Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The contingent to compete at the upcoming 2017 Trans Tasman, from May 31 to June 2, and the 2017 Gold Coast Multi-Nations, from June 3 to 7, include... View Article
Australia
May 2, 2017
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Lester rockets to the number 1 rankings after golden month

One of the most dominant months of bowls in recent memory has rocketed the recent dual World Championships silver medallist and Australian Jackaroo to the top of the national player rankings system. After lying 17th at the end of March, two victories at the Victorian State Championships in the State Singles and Champion of Champion... View Article
Australia

April 2017

April 28, 2017
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Jackaroos claim test silverware against England

The Australian Jackaroos have earned a comprehensive pass-mark in their first major litmus test in the lead-up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, with a stunning result against England in their three-day test event at Broadbeach. The Jackaroos and English Lions are two of the perennial powerhouses and fiercest combatants on the green, but... View Article
Australia
April 28, 2017
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Jackaroos continue to flex on the world stage

With the series already in safe keeping, the Australian Jackaroos have hammered another nail into England’s proverbial coffin, with a near faultless performance in worsening Gold Coast conditions. Scott Thulborn ultimately proved too classy for Sam Tolchard in the men’s singles. Despite a small scare after 14 ends when Tolchard drew within 1 shot, Thulborn... View Article
Australia
April 28, 2017
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Jackaroos reach unassailable lead against England

The Australian Jackaroos have all but secured the honours in their pre-Commonwealth Games test against England, having reached an unassailable lead with two sessions remaining. Australia is in the box seat leading into the penultimate round of the Australia v England Test at Broadbeach, following another clinical performance this morning. The Jackaroos broke away to... View Article
Australia
April 27, 2017
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Jackaroos extend lead against England

The Jackaroos hold a commanding lead after two sessions of play on day two of the 2017 Australia v England Test at Broadbeach. Australia collected five wins from this morning’s six rubbers, and a further four victories in this afternoon’s second session, to lead the Old Enemy 46 points to 18. The two nations are... View Article
Australia
April 26, 2017
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Dominant afternoon sees Jackaroos take a stranglehold over England

The third and final test for the opening day has been run and won under darkening skies at Broadbeach Bowls Club, with another strong showing by the Australian Jackaroos. The Women’s teams took to the rinks with Natasha Scott facing off against England’s Katherine Rednall in a singles rubber; Bec Van Asch took her trio... View Article
Australia
April 26, 2017
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Jackaroos take the lead against England

Fortuitously, the inclement Gold Coast weather hasn’t affected the Australia v England test series, with the raining hitting Broadbeach as the players made their way inside for the lunch break, and by resumption of the second session, it had slowed to a drizzle and no time was lost. The men’s teams games started with a... View Article
Australia
April 26, 2017
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Australia and England difficult to split

Australia and England have split the honours of the opening session, in their international test series at Broadbeach Bowls Club on the Gold Coast. The three-day test series against the Old Enemy commenced this morning, with both nations claiming three wins from the six matches contested, in the first of three sessions staged today. In order... View Article
Australia
April 25, 2017
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England’s tour down under

England will spend 11 days training on Queensland’s Gold Coast including a three day official test series with the Australian Jackaroos, matches against quality Gold Coast club sides and three State Development Teams.  Following the much anticipated test series between two powerhouse countries, England and Australia, from tomorrow April 26 to 28 at the Broadbeach... View Article
Australia
April 24, 2017
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Hall of Fame nominations now open!

Bowls Australia have today launched nominations for the Bowls Australia Hall of Fame, with up to four individuals to join 46 of the most revered names in the sport as Hall of Famers. The Bowls Australia Hall of Fame was launched in 2011, with an initial intake of 38 Hall of Fame members, including some... View Article
Australia
April 21, 2017
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Yorke Peninsula secures Australian Senior Sides Championships

Bowls Australia and three councils on the Yorke Peninsula of South Australia are pleased to announce a partnership that will see the 2017 Australian Senior Sides Championships being hosted by South Australia.  The District Councils of Barunga West, Copper Coast and Yorke Peninsula of South Australia have agreed to host the prestigious Over-60s event which... View Article
Australia
April 19, 2017
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Wedlock, Ryan and Thulborn to debut for Australia

Bowls Australia’s National Selection Panel have today confirmed the entire Australian Jackaroos Squad will reignite the fierce sporting rivalry with England when they do battle in a three day event at the Broadbeach Bowls Club from April 26-28. Ellen Ryan, 20, Scott Thulborn, 33, and Corey Wedlock, 20, will don the green and gold in... View Article
Australia
April 19, 2017
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World Masters Games: Years of preparation now coming to fruition for hosts around region

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New Zealand
April 12, 2017
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A mother and daughters slice of history

We always say the sport of Bowls is a sport for life, a sport for all and certainly a sport for all ages.  Current Australian Jackaroos Captain Lynsey Clarke and her mother Teresa Armitage have enjoyed over two decades playing a sport they love, and even more remarkably they have been able to play side-by-side... View Article
Australia
April 11, 2017
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St Helens Bowls Club meeting the challenges

Tasmania’s Regional Bowls Manager Simon Morrison met with the St Helens Bowls Club President Jane Pickett to review the past 12 months, and what a year it had been for a club that was struggling to keep afloat. To say St Helens had faced challenges throughout the year is an understatement; however the small Tasmanian... View Article
Australia
April 11, 2017
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Three decades of pain erased as SA claim national championship

The pain of a slender defeat two years ago was eased after the South Australian contingent claimed the Alley Shield over the weekend, as Rob Greenwood reports for The Advertiser. South Australian bowls reached turning point two years ago when its men’s team suffered a one-shot defeat to ACT to relinquish its first Australian Sides... View Article
Australia
April 9, 2017
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SA break Alley Shield drought, QLD notch up Marj Morris Trophy double figures

South Australia has come-from-behind to break a 29-year Alley Shield drought at the Australian Sides Championships in Adelaide today. The Croweaters men secured a slice of history at the sport’s premier state and territory competition at Lockleys Bowling Club, claiming its first title since 1988 with a clinical 68-53 final round robin victory against the... View Article
Australia
April 8, 2017
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Queensland secure Marj Morris Trophy with unassailable lead

Queensland has secured its tenth women’s Marj Morris Trophy a day early after reaching an unassailable lead at the Australian Sides Championships in Adelaide. The Maroon women are guaranteed of collecting the silverware regardless of tomorrow’s final result at Lockleys Bowling Club, after prevailing in this afternoon’s penultimate encounter against Victoria 66-59 to earn their... View Article
Australia
April 8, 2017
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VIC firm but SA and TAS are set to pounce

Victoria has firmed as the team to beat in the Alley Shield battle, after toppling NSW by a single shot at the Australian Sides Championships, while Tasmania and South Australia also loom ominously. With five states evenly placed on three wins and a loss in the men’s competition, this morning’s fifth rubber was always going... View Article
Australia
April 7, 2017
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Sides race wide open

The Australian Sides Championships’ two coveted trophies are still within the grasp of numerous states, after the halfway point of the competition in Adelaide. The men’s Alley Shield is well and truly up for grabs, with a logjam of five teams stranded on three wins and a loss following this afternoon’s fourth rubbers at Lockleys... View Article
Australia
April 7, 2017
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ACT stun the Blues

ACT has produced a stunning one-shot upset over 19-time Alley Shield winners NSW in the third round of the Australian Sides Championships in Adelaide. The Capitals have never tasted success in either gender’s competition, but have made it all the more difficult for their neighbouring perennial powerhouse state to hoist the coveted men’s trophy aloft... View Article
Australia
April 6, 2017
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Five-time champs dealt early blow

NSW, the five-time reigning women’s champions, have been dealt two early blows to their historic Australian Sides Championships campaign in Adelaide. The Blues, who are gunning for a sixth successive Marj Morris Trophy in the women’s event, were relegated to a draw against Western Australia in the opening round of play this morning, despite claiming... View Article
Australia
April 6, 2017
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SA upstage Alley Shield titleholders

South Australia have produced a stunning victory against the defending Victorian men’s champions in the opening round of the Australian Sides Championships in Adelaide, while the five-time women’s winners, NSW, were held to account by Western Australia. The Croweaters commenced their Alley Shield campaign with bang in the men’s competition, with stellar 6 shot victory... View Article
Australia
April 6, 2017
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SA bowlers aim to end drought

South Australian lawn bowl team members Wayne Ruediger a … hunting glory at Lockleys Bowling Club. Picture: Bianca De Marchi SOUTH Australia hopes to erase three decades of pain as it hits the greens for the Australian Sides Championships at Lockleys Bowling Club today. The host state last took out the men’s title in 1988... View Article
Australia
April 5, 2017
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Vale Greg Kelly

Bowls Australia was extremely shocked and saddened this morning to hear about the passing of Greg Kelly. For many years, Greg devoted an amazing amount of time and energy to our great sport, and was an integral part of the early success and growth of the Australian Indoor Championships when he was Bowls Coordinator at... View Article
Australia
April 3, 2017
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Rankings race heats up as Australian Open approaches

Tasmanian spearhead Lee Schraner took one more step in his quest to chase down Australian Jackaroo Aron Sherriff as Australia’s number one ranked male bowler, winning Tasmanian State Triples and Champion of Champions Singles titles to rocket up to within 22 points of Sherriff. Sherriff also faces stiff competition from former Jackaroo Matthew Flapper, currently... View Article
Australia
April 3, 2017
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Jack Attack a hit at Dandenong

The Dandenong Club in Victoria has just concluded its third season of Jack Attack, Bowls Australia’s National participation program which resembles the fast-paced Bowls Premier League.   The Jack Attack program allows you to bring the BPL format and style of play directly to clubland, where they can capitalise on it’s social, fast paced format... View Article
Australia
April 3, 2017
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Development and para-sport players named for internationals

Bowls Australia’s national selection panel have today confirmed the under-18, vision-impaired and athletes with a disability players chosen to don the green and gold uniforms at upcoming internationals. The junior players will compete as part of the development Trans Tasman test series team, while the para-sport bowlers will feature in the Kiwi clash and a... View Article
Australia
April 2, 2017
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Nine medal haul for Australia at World Youth Championships

It wasn’t quite the golden finish to the World Youth Championships the Australian contingent was hoping for despite the day starting in style for the young Jackaroos. The coveted singles trophies will head overseas with the Australian finalist unable to fight off the rampage from their international raiders.  Not enough can be said to describe... View Article
Australia
April 1, 2017
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Seven Australians in the hunt for World Singles Gold

As we reach the penultimate day at the World Youth Championships here at the Broadbeach Bowls Club, our Australian contingent is well placed to advance to the finals with Ellen Ryan and Chloe Stewart securing semi-final appearances after topping their respective sections.  After a huge effort by all players to get through six matches on... View Article
Australia

March 2017

March 31, 2017
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Morley Bowling Club is nurturing junior participation in the west

Morley Bowling Club in Western Australia has a rich history in junior bowls, dating all the way back to 1988 when the club staged the first ever WA Junior Singles and Pairs Championships.   That year the pairs was won by Borden’s Brad Horton and Tambellup’s Pieter Harris, with Harris going on to play over... View Article
Australia
March 31, 2017
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Support needed for clubs affected by Cyclone Debbie

With Australia’s north-eastern states left battered in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Debbie, Bowls Australia is calling on clubs and associations across the country to lend support. A trail of destruction has ripped through Queensland and northern New South Wales in recent days, and while the full brunt of the devastation is not yet known,... View Article
Australia
March 30, 2017
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Australia’s golden haul at the IBBA World Championships

Australia has secured six gold medals, one silver and one bronze in a highly successful International Blind Bowls World Championships in South Africa.  In total, the Australian team claimed eight of the possible 12 medals on offer during the benchmark event concluding yesterday.  The final days play saw another two Australian pairs combinations walk away... View Article
Australia
March 30, 2017
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Australian Open entries close April 14

Time is running out for you to enter the world’s biggest festival of bowls, in fact there is just two weeks remaining until entries will close for the 2017 Australian Open.  Entries have been streaming in over the past week but as a reminder to those bowlers who are yet to register, entries will close... View Article
Australia
March 30, 2017
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Australians continue winning way at World Youth Champs

Australia’s ladder leaders continued their winning way at the World Youth Championships in Broadbeach yesterday, despite one round being abandoned due to harsh conditions resulting from Cyclone Debbie. The nation’s three section leaders after day two – Chloe Stewart, Corey Wedlock, and mixed pairs combination Ellen Ryan and Aaron Teys – all retained their top... View Article
Australia
March 29, 2017
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Australia's best bowlers roll into Adelaide

Over 190 of Australia’s best bowlers will roll into Adelaide next week for the annual Australian Sides Championships, to be hosted at Lockleys Bowling Club. Among those bowlers in attendance will be world champions, Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Australian Jackaroos and a host of the countries brightest young stars, all competing against one another in... View Article
Australia
March 29, 2017
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Nicholson and Collis join Bowls Australia Team

Bowls Australia is proud to introduce two new staff members who have commenced in the roles of Regional Bowls Manager and Northern Territory Operations Manager.  Scot Nicholson has commenced in the role of Regional Bowls Manager in the Eastern and Southern Melbourne/Gippsland area, replacing the recently departed Barrie Lester.   Scot has experience in a... View Article
Australia
March 29, 2017
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Australia leads the way at the World Youth Champs

Australia continues to fair well at the sport’s only under-25 international competition, with our players headlining three of the six disciplines after the second day of play at the World Youth Championships. 2014 champion Chloe Stewart, who has since relocated to the Broadbeach club where she secured the title and is competing this week, enjoyed... View Article
Australia
March 28, 2017
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Tender: Whole of Sport Information Technology system for Bowls in Australia

Bowls Australia has called for Expressions of Interest for a Whole of Sport Information Technology System, titled Bowls Connect 2.0, inclusive of a database, competition management, websites, e-stores, training and development for the entire sport of bowls. Click here to view the Bowls Whole of Sport Information Technology System tender document. Submissions must be received... View Article
Australia
March 28, 2017
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Five gold on penultimate day of IBBA World Champs

Australia has secured a stunning five gold and one silver medals from the first seven disciplines of the International Blind Bowls Association’s World Championships in Cape Town, South Africa. Joy Forster and director Bruce Jones can enjoy a moment of respite to cheer on their teammates on the final day, having finished their campaign with... View Article
Australia
March 28, 2017
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Seven gold on penultimate IBBA World Champs

Australia has secured a stunning five gold and one silver medals from the first seven disciplines of the International Blind Bowls Association’s World Championships in Cape Town, South Africa. Joy Forster and director Bruce Jones can enjoy a moment of respite to cheer on their teammates on the final day, having finished their campaign with... View Article
Australia
March 28, 2017
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Australia sets the pace at the World Youth Champs

Australia’s brightest young stars enjoyed a blistering start to the World Youth Championships at Broadbeach yesterday, claiming a total of 20 wins from 26 rubbers contested across the two rounds of the three disciplines. Three of the nation’s eight players contesting the event retained an unblemished record in both their singles and mixed pairs disciplines,... View Article
Australia
March 24, 2017
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A bumper month of Rankings Events in store!

A bumper month is in store for the Bowls Australia Player Ranking System, with no less than 15 events scheduled before the end of April including five tier 3 events. The tier 3 Victorian Masters Singles Championships at Richmond Union headlines a bumper month in Victoria, which also includes the Diamond Triples at Yarraville-Footscray (tier... View Article
Australia
March 24, 2017
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One Year until the Games Village Opens

In 365 days the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Village (CGV) at Parklands will open its doors as 6,600 athletes and team officials from around the Commonwealth begin to arrive on the Gold Coast. From 4 – 15 April 2018, the Games Village will transform into a city within a city with some of the... View Article
Australia
March 23, 2017
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Bowls best set to converge on Adelaide

More than 190 of the nation’s premier bowlers are set to descend upon the pristine greens of Adelaide’s Lockleys Bowling Club early next month for the coveted Australian Sides Championships. The Championships is the sport’s premier state versus state competition, with 12 men and 12 women from each State and Territory set to contest the... View Article
Australia
March 20, 2017
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World Cup live stream

Bowls Australia plans to go live — feeling excited. · March 16 at 9:09pm · The 2017 World Cup at Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club will be streamed live on our Facebook page on Tuesday, March 21 at 9:45am; join us to witness the world’s best in the Men’s and Women’s Semi-Finals! Comment and/or share... View Article
Australia
March 15, 2017
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The Bowls Show to return to SBS for season two in 2017

The sport of bowls will remain on free-to-air television in 2017, following the announcement that Bowls Australia and SBS have renewed their partnership with the extension of The Bowls Show for a second season. The Bowls Show’s second season will return to SBS on Sunday, May 14, in the new time-slot of 3.00pm nationwide. The... View Article
Australia
March 14, 2017
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World Cup to be live-streamed and stay in Warilla

Two significant developments in relation to the World Cup have been confirmed on the commencement of the 2017 competition; with Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club poised to continue staging the prestigious international event for a further year, while the final two days of this year’s edition will be live-streamed on Bowls Australia’s Facebook page. The... View Article
Australia
March 14, 2017
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Aussie teen ready to take on world’s best

Teenager Curtis Hanley will take on a familiar face in his international debut for Australia when he meets New Zealand star Ali Forsyth in Tuesday’s opening round of the Bowls World Cup at Warilla Bowling Club, Mike Driscoll reports for the Illawarra Mercury. The 18-year-old claimed his spot alongside reigning four-time champion, Warilla’s Jeremy Henry... View Article
Australia
March 13, 2017
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Former Australian representatives surging up National Rankings

The National Rankings have been released for the month of February and whilst our current Australian stars are topping the list, it’s our former Australian representatives making the biggest move in the race to be crowned Australian Bowler of the Year.  Australian Open Singles Champion Aron Sherriff sits 89.2 points ahead of Tasmania’s Lee Schraner... View Article
Australia
March 13, 2017
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Australian ITO’s endorsed for 2018 Commonwealth Games

With the 2018 Commonwealth Games fast approaching the Commonwealth Games Organizing Committee have commenced their search for the world’s best International Technical Officials to officiate at bowls’ premier event. Last week Bowls Australia endorsed 22 International Technical Officials to officiate at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and international lead up events. The 22 ITO applications, which... View Article
Australia
March 10, 2017
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Cottrell’s take on BPL05 in NZ

Australian star Kelsey Cottrell has experienced a number of Bowls Premier League events up close, in her role as Communications Coordinator, but witnessed the competition from a new angle in last week’s BPL05, as a player of the Club Helensvale Gold Coast Hawks. Here’s how Kelsey viewed the whole experience. The fifth instalment of the... View Article
Australia
March 10, 2017
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Kelsey Cottrell’s take on BPL05

Australian star Kelsey Cottrell has experienced a number of Bowls Premier League events up close, in her role as Communications Coordinator, but witnessed the competition from a new angle in last week’s BPL05, as a player of the Club Helensvale Gold Coast Hawks. Here’s how Kelsey viewed the whole experience. The fifth instalment of the... View Article
Australia
March 9, 2017
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Australian Open entries extended to April 14

The 2017 Australian Open is fast approaching so time is running out for you to enter the world’s richest bowls event.  With just 92 days until the first bowl will be put down in the world’s biggest bowls festival it’s time to start registering your teams before you miss out.  Bowls Australia understands that everyone... View Article
Australia
March 6, 2017
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Queen’s Baton Relay nominations open

The Queen’s Baton Relay is coming to Australia and you can be a part of its journey to the start of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. 3,800 batonbearers are needed to carry the Baton across Australia. The first thing you need to do to be a Batonbearer is to be nominated for the role... View Article
Australia

February 2017

February 27, 2017
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BPL05 results

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February 27, 2017
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February 23, 2017
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BPL05 ready to roll in Auckland

The stage is set for a historic, fifth instalment of the $100,000 Bowls Premier League, which will take place on a portable green located inside a Basketball stadium in Auckland, New Zealand next week. When the lights come on for the first night’s play on Monday, 24 of the world’s best players will step out... View Article
Australia
February 23, 2017
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BPL05 ready to roll in Auckland

The stage is set for a historic, fifth instalment of the $100,000 Bowls Premier League, which will take place on a portable green located inside a Basketball stadium in Auckland, New Zealand next week. When the lights come on for the first night’s play on Monday, 24 of the world’s best players will step out... View Article
Australia
February 20, 2017
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Help shape the Games as a volunteer

Australians are being urged to register their intent to volunteer at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, and become part of Commonwealth Games history. The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) have opened the general volunteer registration portal and are calling on volunteers with a wide variety of skills and experience to shape the... View Article
Australia
February 17, 2017
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Feedback requested to help shape the sport’s strategic direction

Bowls Australia is seeking the input of the entire bowls community to help shape the strategic direction of the sport over the next five years. In consultation, Bowls Australia, State and Territory Associations and other key stakeholders are embarking on the exciting process of developing the Bowls in Australia 2017-2022 strategic plan, which will guide... View Article
Australia
February 16, 2017
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Top NSW bowler joins BA staff

The appointment of Craig Donaldson as Regional Bowls Manager in North East NSW will be a huge boost to the 107 bowling clubs he will service from Kingscliff to Port Macquarie.  Donaldson, who has joined the Park Beach Bowling Club in Coffs Harbour has been a bowler for 20 years and spent the last 10... View Article
Australia
February 14, 2017
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Help Rum Jungle raise funds for synthetic green

The Rum Jungle Bowling Club in the Northern Territory is asking for the support of the wider bowls community to help finance an all-weather synthetic bowling green.  It is hoped that enough funds can be raised to partially or fully fund a synthetic surface to replace their deteriorating grass green.  Rum Jungle Bowling Club is... View Article
Australia
February 9, 2017
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Future stars set for World Youth Championships

A top class field of forty-two players from seventeen countries will compete for honours at next month’s World Youth Championship in Australia. Commencing on March 27 for seven days, the newly rebranded world event for competitors aged 18 to 25 features twenty-one men and twenty-one women competing in singles and mixed pairs at the magnificent... View Article
Australia
February 8, 2017
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Australian Championships heading to Merimbula’s Club Sapphire

State and Territory champions from across the country will soon vie for national titles, with Bowls Australia confirming that the Australian Championships will return to this year’s calendar of events. The event returns to the calendar after a 12-year hiatus, having last been played at Harbord, NSW in 2004. Merimbula’s Club Sapphire has secured the... View Article
Australia
February 3, 2017
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Field announced for World Cup

A crack field of fifty-two players from twenty-six countries will compete for honours at next month’s World Cup in Illawarra, NSW. Commencing on March 14 for eight days, the World Cup features twenty-eight men and twenty-four women in action on the indoor stadium carpet at the Warilla Bowls & Recreation Club. Defending champion and four-times... View Article
Australia
February 3, 2017
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Krizanic jumps Scott in National Rankings

The race is heating up as we pass the half way mark of the 12 month rolling National Rankings System.  Dual 2016 World Bowls Gold Medallist Carla Krizanic’s recent win in the lucrative Warrnambool Australia Day Pairs has allowed Krizanic to regain the number one position with a 38.2 point lead over 2016 Triple World... View Article
Australia
February 1, 2017
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Brand new: Rebranding the sport of bowls

Bowls Australia and five State and Territory Associations have today unveiled new corporate brand identities, in an effort to better align the sport’s branding across state and territory borders. The new branding, which has been adopted by Bowls Australia, Bowls ACT, Bowls NT, Bowls WA, Bowls SA and Bowls Tasmania, features consistent elements that tie... View Article
Australia

January 2017

January 31, 2017
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Ellen Ryan claims World Under-25 Indoor title

Cabramatta’s Ellen Ryan secured a unique slice of history over the weekend, becoming the first person to hold both world under-25 singles titles simultaneously. The youngest member of the Australian Jackaroos team added the sport’s World Under-25 Indoor trophy to her already-secured World Under-25 Outdoor title. Ryan, 19, defeated senior English international Martin Puckett in... View Article
Australia
January 30, 2017
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Australian Jackaroos culled to just 16

The nation’s top-tier high-performance squad, the Australian Jackaroos, has been culled to just 16 players for the next 12 months. The national selection panel, led by National Coach Steve Glasson, have reduced the Jackaroos contingent by six personnel, as the arduous task of naming of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games team draws nearer.  Just... View Article
Australia
January 27, 2017
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Eight people awarded OAM for service to bowls

Eight individuals were recognised yesterday, during the 2017 Australia Day honours, with the Medal of the Order of Australia for their contribution to the sport of bowls, or for their service to the community, which encompassed the sport in some way. Among those bestowed the coveted medallion was Bowls Australia Board Member and Commonwealth Games... View Article
Australia
January 26, 2017
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Celebrating a former Australian representative on Australia Day

This Australia Day, Bowls Australia would like to celebrate the wonderful achievements of Ray Laycock, a former Australian representative who was inducted as a Life Member of the Creswick Bowling Club in Victoria’s Ballarat in 1985.  Ray Laycock is the greatest achiever the Creswick Bowling Club has produced and after joining the club back in... View Article
Australia
January 25, 2017
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An inspiration at 92

Invermay Bowling Club’s Audrey Kuchel, who turned 92 in January, has never let growing old stop her as reported by Bowls Victoria’s Guy Hand. She has been bowling at the Ballarat-based club for 20 years and is presently a member of  Invermay’s Division 4 Midweek Pennant team, playing second.   Audrey started playing indoor bowls... View Article
Australia
January 25, 2017
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Tongala’s rapid membership increase

This might be viewed as a story of the right person coming along at the right time, or the story could be viewed as that of a club embracing someone with fresh ideas in such a way that changed the clubs culture, increased their membership and made the club sustainable well into the future.  Des... View Article
Australia
January 24, 2017
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Bayswater Bowling Club transformed

Much has been made of the transformation of the Bayswater Bowling and Recreation Club in Western Australia over the past 18 months, however installation of the final piece of the puzzle, a brand new synthetic green, was completed recently, presenting a wonderful Christmas present to the club, and recognising the magnificent work that has been... View Article
Australia
January 16, 2017
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Thulborn and Wedlock win top Christchurch event

World champion of champion singles titleholder Scott Thulborn won the Burnside Invitation pairs title in Christchurch after a knife-edge final victory, as Stuff.co.nz reports. The 32-year-old Adelaide bowler beat Christchurch bowlers Alvin Gardiner 13-12  to take home the $3600 Stewart Buttar memorial tournament crown on Sunday. Thulborn, who won his world title on the Gold... View Article
Australia
January 13, 2017
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Fix Up Your Club to win!

Does your club need a touch up or any physical work done? This is the time to do it, as Bowls Australia is running a brand new “Fix Up Your Club” competition! Over the next month, we want clubs to send in their before and after shots after doing a bit of “Fix Up” work... View Article
Australia
January 12, 2017
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A summer of Jack Attack in WA

Friday nights at the Quinns Rocks Bowls Club in Western Australia have never looked so good, with Jack Attack bowls drawing people to the club in droves.   Jack Attack is a fast paced, shorten, fun version of bowls that is growing more and more popular around Australia. When Quinns Rocks decided to run Jack... View Article
Australia
January 4, 2017
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18 year old Jayden Christie storms into the top 15 in the National Player Rankings

Club Helensvale youngster and former Victorian junior star Jayden Christie has stormed into the top 15 in the National Player Rankings, with the 18 year old surging 7 places into 15th courtesy of his victory in the Summerland Pairs at Ballina to follow up his triumph in the Queensland State Pairs with veteran Mark Casey.... View Article
Australia
January 4, 2017
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Commonwealth Games volunteering opportunity

We know everyone would love to be part of the Commonwealth Games, and playing in bowls’ biggest event would be high up on your bucket list; but have you thought about volunteering and getting up close to the action at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games? Commonwealth Games Lawn Bowls Manager (GOLDOC) Mark Casey is... View Article
Australia

December 2016

December 23, 2016
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Law Clarification – Removal of Rings

At the recent World Bowls Biennial Council Meeting the proposed law change from World Bowls’ Laws Committee was passed. The full proposed laws change can be seen on seen in the memorandum linked at the bottom of this article. In short the laws change has now seen the requirement of the large groove rings on... View Article
Australia
December 23, 2016
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Sporting Schools attracts an interest in bowls for North Launceston students

A visit by Regional Bowls Manager Simon Morrison to the Seabrook Christian School to discuss introducing bowls to students through the Australian Sports Commission’s Sporting Schools Program, has had a positive result with the students and the North Launceston Bowls Club.   The school purchased a Junior Jack Attack kit after receiving a Special Interest... View Article
Australia
December 22, 2016
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Young guns to take on the World!

A number of recent Australian Open champions will return to the Broadbeach Bowls Club for the coveted World Youth Championships, to be held at the 2018 Commonwealth Games venue from March 27 to April 2, 2017.  Among them is defending Singles champion and 2015 Australian Open Women’s Singles champion Ellen Ryan (NSW); she will be... View Article
Australia
December 22, 2016
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Expressions of Interest for National Selectors now open!

Bowls Australia is seeking Expressions of Interest for National Selectors for a term beginning in January 2017 and concluding at the end of the 2018 Commonwealth Games. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced bowls person to be involved in building on the tremendous success of the Australian Jackaroos at the recent World Championships.... View Article
Australia
December 21, 2016
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Teams confirmed for #BPL05 in Auckland

The fifth instalment of the Bowls Premier League is gearing up for its inaugural staging in Auckland New Zealand with eight powerhouse franchises lining up for the revolutionary fast-paced event.  In another first for BPL, viewers will be treated to matches played on a portable rink inside the North Shore Events Centre, the home of... View Article
Australia
December 21, 2016
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Teams confirmed for #BPL05 in Auckland

The fifth instalment of the Bowls Premier League is gearing up for its inaugural staging in Auckland New Zealand with eight powerhouse franchises lining up for the revolutionary fast-paced event.  In another first for BPL, viewers will be treated to matches played on a portable rink inside the North Shore Events Centre, the home of... View Article
Australia
December 20, 2016
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The Australian Open is back on the Gold Coast in 2017!

After moving to the sunny Gold Coast in 2015, the Australian Open has become a true festival of bowls, with 14 days of action played across the 15 host clubs on the Gold Coast. Over 2,000 bowlers from across Australia and indeed the world are expected to attend, with entry being completely open to any... View Article
Australia
December 16, 2016
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BA bid farewell to Mark Cowan

Mark Cowan concludes his role as National Training Centre Coach for Victoria and Tasmania today, and Bowls Australia wish to thank him for his service. Bowls Australia acknowledge the contribution Cowan has made to the sport’s high-performance team during his five-year tenure, specifically in leading and managing the NTC Program in Victoria and Tasmania. Through Cowan’s... View Article
Australia
December 11, 2016
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Bowls: Shannon McIlroy wins gold at World Championships

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New Zealand
December 10, 2016
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Australia’s best World Champs performance abroad

Australia has enjoyed its most successful campaign abroad at a World Bowls Championships, concluding the 34-nation quadrennial event in Christchurch with four gold, two silver and one bronze medal from eight disciplines. The Jackaroos added to their the historic haul with a gold medal in the women’s triples and silver in the men’s fours today,... View Article
Australia
December 10, 2016
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Krizanic, Scott and Van Asch finish dual world champions

Jackaroos Carla Krizanic, Natasha Scott and Rebecca Van Asch will return to Australian shores as dual world champions, after claiming their second gold medal of the 34-nation World Bowls Championships in Christchurch this morning. The team successfully defended the title that Scott won four years ago, alongside Lynsey Clarke and Karen Murphy, to notch up... View Article
Australia
December 10, 2016
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New Zealand win gold at Bowls World Champs

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New Zealand
December 9, 2016
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Jackaroos into a further two gold deciders

Australia will contest a further two finals at the 2016 World Bowls Championships in Christchurch, and are just two wins away from equaling their record-breaking five gold medal haul from four years ago. The Jackaroos, who had already secured three gold and one silver from the initial four disciplines contested last week, earned the right... View Article
Australia
December 9, 2016
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Jackaroos guaranteed a further two medals

The Jackaroos men have guaranteed the nation a further two medals at the World Bowls Championships in New Zealand, and will now attempt to elevate their colours from bronze to silver or gold. Both men’s disciplines, the singles and fours, have advanced to this afternoon’s semi-finals, which assures them each of a bronze medal finish... View Article
Australia
December 8, 2016
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Jackaroos progress to three elimination-finals and a semi-final

The Australian Jackaroos have progressed to the post-sectional rounds of all four remaining disciplines at the World Bowls Championships, but are currently only assured of one additional bronze medal. The contingent will need to earn their way through to the medal deciders in three elimination finals tomorrow morning, starting from 7.00am AEDT. It’s somewhat of... View Article
Australia
December 8, 2016
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Jackaroos dealt the same hand, but in alternate disciplines

The Jackaroos endured another two hitches in the penultimate round of sectional action at the World Bowls Championships this afternoon. The team suffered two defeats in this morning’s round, in the men’s singles and women’s triples, and were dealt the same hand this afternoon, although it was the other two teams that were on the... View Article
Australia
December 8, 2016
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Two setbacks for the Jackaroos

Two of the Australian Jackaroos teams have suffered setbacks to their World Bowls Championships campaigns on the last day of sectional play in Christchurch this morning. Unfortunately for Aron Sherriff, India’s Sunil Bahadur continued his reputation as a giant-killer of the competition, which he earned after toppling Canada’s Ryan Bester in the opening round on... View Article
Australia
December 7, 2016
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Jackaroos cap off penultimate sectional day

It was another scintillating day on the greens for the Australian Jackaroos at the World Bowls Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand today, with just the one blemish from their 12 encounters. The Jackaroos hopes for a record-breaking campaign remains alive and well, with the contingent situated in the top two of all four of the... View Article
Australia
December 7, 2016
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Jackaroos poised to strike after mid-way point

The Jackaroos have enjoyed another four sectional wins in this afternoon’s mid-session at the World Bowls Championships, and are now positioned within the top two spots of each leaderboard. The men’s singles ladder opened up considerably during the fifth round, with two stunning results providing Australia’s Aron Sherriff with a better chance to top his... View Article
Australia
December 7, 2016
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Three wins, but Sherriff slips to third

The Jackaroos continue to stamp their authority on the World Bowls Championships in Christchurch, with three more wins in the fourth sectional round, but one player in particular didn’t have things entirely his own way. Aron Sherriff suffered a slight hiccup in his quest to defend Australia’s men’s singles title, that Leif Selby secured in... View Article
Australia
December 6, 2016
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Jackaroos juggernaut picks up pace

The Australian Jackaroos juggernaut continues to roll on, with the contingent prevailing in 11 out of 12 sectional matches today, following on from a golden weekend at the 34-nation World Bowls Championships in Christchurch. National Coach Steve Glasson was true to his word, with a declaration yesterday that the contingent would not rest on its... View Article
Australia
December 6, 2016
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Jackaroos retain unblemished record

The Jackaroos have notched up another four straight wins at the World Bowls Championships in New Zealand, following on from the strong start this morning. The Australian contingent enjoyed an unblemished start to the second batch of disciplines after two rounds of sectional warfare. Aron Sherriff snuck across the line against Jersey’s Malcolm De Sousa... View Article
Australia
December 6, 2016
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Jackaroos set about earning more gold medal chances

Australia has put its recent World Bowls Championships success behind them, and set about earning the right to play for more medals, by commencing sectional rounds with four straight victories this morning. The Jackaroos enjoyed an unblemished start to the second batch of four disciplines, the men’s singles and fours and women’s pairs and triples,... View Article
Australia
December 6, 2016
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Aussies won’t rest on laurels

National coach Steve Glasson says the Australian Jackaroos will have “a bigger target on our backs now” after three World Bowls gold medals but he warned they will not “rest on our laurels”, The Press reports. “I don’t think it’s sunk it yet; it’s just been phenomenal,” he said. Glasson said the Jackaroos celebrated the... View Article
Australia
December 4, 2016
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Murphy claims historic consecutive world singles title

Karen Murphy has etched her name into the history books as the first Australian to claim back-to-back blue-ribbon singles crowns at the World Bowls Championships. Murphy contributed to a golden day for the Jackaroos in Christchurch, replicating the early heroics of the men’s pairs partnership of Brett Wilkie and Aaron Wilson, who upstaged Ireland 18-7,... View Article
Australia
December 4, 2016
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Wilkie and Wilson win Jackaroos' second gold

The Australian Jackaroos have claimed their second world title from the 2016 World Bowls Championships in Christchurch this morning. The Jackaroos added another coveted gold medal to their stockpile, after sharing the honours with England in yesterday’s contests, which saw each awarded one gold and one silver, and are now the outright leaders in both... View Article
Australia
December 3, 2016
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Jackaroos add silver to their warchest

The Australian Jackaroos claimed the opening gold medal of the World Bowls Championships this morning, but lost the second in harrowing circumstances on an extra-end. Australia’s women’s fours finished off their fairytale story, which saw them topple the undefeated English contingent for the gold medal, after they were defeated in three of the opening four... View Article
Australia
December 3, 2016
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Jackaroos women’s fours the newest world champions

The Australian Jackaroos have claimed the first gold medal of the World Bowls Championships, and will go in hunt of a further three over the course of this weekend. The women’s fours contingent of Kelsey Cottrell, Carla Krizanic, Rebecca Van Asch and Natasha Scott are the nation’s newest world champions, after toppling the undefeated England... View Article
Australia
December 2, 2016
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National Zaidee’s Rainbow Shoelaces campaign to increase organ and tissue donation awareness

Bowls Australia are encouraging clubs across the country to support a national Zaidee’s Rainbow Shoelaces campaign for the month of February, aimed at generating awareness of organ and tissue donation. The initiative, which being run in conjunction with Bowls Australia’s Official Charity Partner, Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation (ZRF), encourages bowls clubs to purchase boxes of Zaidee’s... View Article
Australia
December 2, 2016
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Jackaroos to contest four gold medal matches

The Australian Jackaroos will contest all four gold medal matches from the first half of the 2016 World Bowls Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand. The Jackaroos secured victory in all of this afternoon’s semi-finals contests, and will now go in hunt of four gold medals over the next two days. The contingent is guaranteed of... View Article
Australia
December 2, 2016
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Jackaroos secure passage to a further three semis

Australia was in scintillating form in the elimination-finals of the World Bowls Championships this morning, with the Jackaroos securing passage to a further three semi-finals. The contingent is now assured of four bronze medals at the very minimum from the initial four disciplines, but will look to elevate those medallion colours to silver or bronze... View Article
Australia

November 2016

November 22, 2016
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Sydney Lions pounce on their first BPL trophy

The BCiB Sydney Lions have become the fourth franchise in four instalments of the Bowls Premier League to win the coveted trophy after a stunning performance last night in their first ever BPL finals campaign.  BCiB Sydney Lions supporters were starting to wonder if they will ever see their franchise on BPL finals night, but... View Article
Australia
November 11, 2016
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Sydney Lions top BPL04 field ahead of finals

The $100,000 Bowls Premier finals are upon us with four quality franchises set to do battle on centre stage tonight live on Fox Sports and Sky Sports NZ. No matter which team take home the ultimate prize, BPL history will be made at Club Pine Rivers tonight.  It’s been a long wait for the BCiB... View Article
Australia
November 10, 2016
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Blackjacks surging in BPL04

The TOWER New Zealand Blackjacks have kept their finals hopes alive, after winning five consecutive games on days two and three of BPL04. Starting day one on a low, the Defending BPL Champions took some time settling back into the fast paced format, losing all four of their matches and finding themselves on the bottom... View Article
Australia
November 9, 2016
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Dickson and Ryan paving the way for female bowlers

The fourth instalment of the Bowls Premier League has stepped up another notch this year, with the addition of one female competitor to each franchise to add to the revolutionary competition at Club Pine Rivers in Brisbane.  Spearheaded by the past involvement of national players including Australian Jackaroos captain Lynsey Clarke, Australia’s most capped international... View Article
Australia
November 9, 2016
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Endurance and Roys BPL04 front runners

The first day of the Bowls Premier League has been everything we were expecting and there’s more to come with tonight’s round four matches set to conclude the opening days play in style live on Fox Sports 3 and Sky Sports NZ.  Front runners have emerged with the Messenger Press Adelaide Endurance and Blundstone Melbourne... View Article
Australia

July 2016

July 12, 2016
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Second annual $100,000 Premier League announced

In a coup for the sport of bowls, Bowls Australia has today announced that there will be an additional $100,000 Australian Premier League staged each year – although the competition will undergo a name change moving forward. The event formerly known as the Australian Premier League, which is approaching its fourth staging at Brisbane’s Club... View Article
Australia

January 2016

January 5, 2016
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South Pacific Singles Final 2016

And now it’s time for the one we’ve all been waiting for. Singles Final: Jesse Noronha (Warilla) vs Corey Wedlock (Cabramatta) Stay tuned, start time is scheduled for 1pm weather depending.
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January 5, 2016
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South Pacific Pairs & Fours Final 2016

Today we are back reporting live from Figgy Bowlo for the South Pacific Bowls Carnival on Finals day. First up we will be reporting on the Pairs & Fours finals which will be played side by side with a 9:15am. Later today we will have the singles final, but first lets see some who’s matched up... View Article
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January 4, 2016
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South Pacific Pairs Semi Finals 2016

Mal Lyons & Guy Vozza  V  Steve Glasson & Ben Glasson Mick Anderson & Scott Bateup  V  Joel Anderson & Corey Wedlock We are playing 21 ends in the semi finals. One game is due to start soon with the other after a few quick refreshments.
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January 4, 2016
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South Pacific Pairs Quarter Finals 2016

Today we are reporting live from Figgy Bowlo for the South Pacific Bowls Carnival Singles Quarter Finals. Later today we will have the semi finals, but first lets see some great match ups down here at Figgy. Mal Lyons – Guy Vozza v John Ritchie – Steve Haines Steve Glasson – Ben Glasson v Ian Barrett – Dean Aitken... View Article
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January 3, 2016
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South Pacific Fours Semi Finals 2016

Reporting live from Figgy Bowlo for the South Pacific Bowls Carnival Singles Quarter Finals. C Thompson – S Gransden – S Green – G Archer V Z Diamant – B Martin – W Falconer – J Green G Aitken – M Thorne – D Aitken – S Bateup V T Weekes – M Ugarenko –... View Article
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January 3, 2016
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South Pacific Singles Semi Finals 2016

Reporting live from Figgy Bowlo for the South Pacific Bowls Carnival Singles Quarter Finals. We’re playing 31 up in the semi’s. Jesse Noronha V Jared Hamilton Brett Pieper V Corey Wedlock Live updates coming below.
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January 3, 2016
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South Pacific Singles Quarter Finals 2016

Today we are reporting live from Figgy Bowlo for the South Pacific Bowls Carnival Singles Quarter Finals. Later today we will have the semi finals, but first lets see some great match ups down here at Figgy. Jesse Noronha (Warilla) vs Brian Suckley (Dapto Huntley) Jared Hamilton (Dapto Citizens) vs Wes Falconer (Warilla) Brett Pieper... View Article
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January 1, 2016
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A Sad Day For The Lawn Bowls Community

On a sad day for the lawn bowls community today we learn of the passing of one of the true gentlemen of the game. Greg Thurling sadly passed last night. He has touched the hearts of many with his ongoing courage and passion for our game. Many of us who have had the pleasure of... View Article
General

December 2015

December 28, 2015
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Roebuck Bowling Club Hit By Floods

Severe flooding hit Lancashire following torrential downpours over the Christmas period. Now emergency services and residents are preparing for an extensive clean-up operation as the rain dies off and the full extent of damage is revealed. The region was hit with up to 100mm of rain yesterday, with seven ‘red’ weather warnings issued by the... View Article
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December 22, 2015
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Club Singles Champions at 16 & 17

It’s hard to imagine a lower combined age of a bowls club’s singles champions anywhere than Melbourne Bowling Club this season. At just 16 and 17 respectively, Curtis Hanley and Tayla Morison are Melbourne BC’s singles champions. Hanley defeated experienced Chris “Bear” O’Meagher in the final 25-24 after a hard fought battle. He trailed O’Meagher... View Article
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November 2015

November 27, 2015
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A Healthier Future for Victorian Bowlers

Bowls Victoria (BV) and Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria (AOV) are pleased to announce MOVE with Bowls, an exciting three-year partnership to improve the health and wellbeing of bowlers and the 1.5 million Victorians who live with muscle, bone and joint conditions. MOVE with Bowls will encourage current and future bowlers to stay fit and healthy... View Article
General
November 26, 2015
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World Singles Champion of Champions

The World Singles Champion of Champion has been run and won at Club Helensvale, with Australia’s Scott Thulborn and Katrina Wright earning bronze medals for their efforts. Day 7: There was a change in weather on Saturday night, with cloud cover and cooler conditions a result yesterday, with temperatures around 25-27 degrees with greens running... View Article
Bowls Australia
General
November 14, 2015
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APL03 title headed across the ditch

The New Zealand Blackjacks have capped off a scintillating Australian Premier League campaign, pillaging the coveted silverware and the lucrative prize cheque that accompanies it this evening live on Fox Sports. The Blackjacks cut a swath through the competition’s minor rounds this morning, finishing in pole position with nine wins from fourteen starts to cement... View Article
Australia
November 13, 2015
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APL03 day four Fox Sports broadcast finals live scoring

Follow the results as they happen with this live scoring Author: Aidan Davis/Friday, 13 November 2015/Categories: Bowls APL News Semi-final *Please refresh your browser for up to date scores. SET 1 Adelaide Endurance New Zealand Blackjacks 1 1 2 1 (2)  3 4 PP 4 1 (5) 5 2 (7) TOTAL 7 2 SET 2... View Article
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