World Cup live stream

World Cup live stream

Bowls Australia plans to go live — feeling excited.

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 this post to be notified the very moment we go live next week! Bowls Nsw Women’s Bowls NSW World Bowls

Today at 3:45pm
Bowls Australia plans to go live.

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Reminder: The World Cup will be live streamed tomorrow from 9.45am AEDT. Tune in via the Bowls Australia Facebook page.

Tomorrow’s semi-finals:
10.00am: Lucy Beere (GUE) v Natasha Scott (AUS)

12.45pm: Jeremy Henry (AUS) v Ronnie Duncan (SCO)

3.00pm: Hashima Ismail (MAS) v Jo Edwards (NZL)

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Natasha Scott finished top of the women’s section one standings at the World Cup at Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club www.insidethegames.biz/…/scott-moves-into-lead-at-indoor-bo…

Australia’s Natasha Scott finished top of the women’s section one standings at the Indoor Bowls World Cup at the Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club in…
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Hanley revelling in Australian rep debut at World Cup, Mike Driscoll reports for the Illawarra Mercury http://www.illawarramercury.com.au/…/hanley-in-heaven-with…/

Twelve months ago Curtis Hanley did not contemplate he would be playing bowls for Australia in one of the biggest international singles events in the world.
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Volunteer applications for #GC2018 close on Monday. The volunteers truly shape the Games. Last chance to apply!

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The countdown is on! There’s only 1 week left to apply to become a #GC2018 volunteer. You MUST get your application in before March 20 as no late applicants will be accepted.

Here are the positions available for LAWN BOWLS

Scoreboard Attendants
Paddle Holders
Field of play supervisors
Field of play team member
Sport information

Click this link to apply today- http://bit.ly/2mhspk9

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The sport of bowls will remain on free-to-air television in 2017, following the announcement that Bowls Australia and SBS Australia have renewed their partnership with the extension of The Bowls Show for a second season.
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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…
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Australian star Natasha Scott is filling her bucket list with a maiden appearance in the World Cup at Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club, as Mike Driscoll reports for the Illawarra Mercury http://bit.ly/2mmfcaK

Australian star Natasha Scott is filling her bucket list with a maiden appearance in the World Cup at Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club, as Mike Driscoll reports for the Illawarra Mercury. The double world champion and reigning Australian Open winner has been driven to play in the annual internation…
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The World Cup will stay in Warilla next year, while the final two days of this year’s event will be live-streamed right here on Bowls Australia’s Facebook page next week http://bit.ly/2nydBPq

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…
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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 World Cup, the Illawarra Mercury reports http://bit.ly/2lUG7hI

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 alongsi…
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A premier Gold Coast Bowling Club, Musgrave Hill is recruiting. They are looking for someone who is passionate about Bowls to work as a Special Events Coordinator commencing July 1 2017.

This role comes with a $35,000 retainer with the ability to also earn incentives. If you are interested or know someone who would be please contact the Secretary Manager before applications close on April 21.

Contact details-
[email protected]
(07) 5532 1277

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Good luck to our three Aussie’s competing in the World Cup at Warilla! Natasha Scott, Jeremy Henry and Curtis Hanley commence their campaigns tomorrow. To follow the results visit the World Bowls website.

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Former Australian representatives Lee Schraner (pictured) and Matt Flapper are in the top three of the 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…
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The countdown is on! There’s only 1 week left to apply to become a #GC2018 volunteer. You MUST get your application in before March 20 as no late applicants will be accepted.

Here are the positions available for LAWN BOWLS

Scoreboard Attendants
Paddle Holders
Field of play supervisors
Field of play team member
Sport information

Click this link to apply today- http://bit.ly/2mhspk9

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The Australian Open is quickly approaching! Don’t forget to submit your entries. It’s the world’s most lucrative event, with $250,000 on offer annually, and you could be among the 540 recipients of the prize money.

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Following two wildly successful years, the Australian Open is set to return to the Gold Coast and promises to be better than ever in 2017, with a record 2,000+ bowlers expected to take to the pristine coastal greens from June 10 to 23, 2017.

Not only is the Australian Open the World’s Biggest Bowls Festival, it is also the richest bowls event in the world with a staggering total of $250,000 prize money across more than 540 prize money placings in the 20 disciplines.

Entries for the 2017 Australian Open are open until April 3, and can be made directly through our simple online form. Manual entry forms are also available. Head to the Australian Open website at www.australianopen.bowlsaustralia.com.au to enter.

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A reminder to all those passionate about our sport – shape the future of bowls by completing our simple six question e-survey. Responses are now open until Friday, March 17! http://bit.ly/2lZfSSD

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…
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