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