Heads Up – 17 July 2015
July 17 2015
Entries for 2015 Victorian Open
It’s time to get your entry in for this year’s Victorian Open.
Entries are now officially open for the 2015 event at Shepparton, from November 7 to 13.
The event features $40,000 prizemoney, across men’s and women’s singles, pairs and triples, and mixed pairs.
There is also the Vic Medal for the best-performed bowler at the tournament, with a prize of $2,000.
To increase your chances of winning the Vic Medal, enter all four events.
The Victorian Open is open to all affiliated bowlers from anywhere in the world, and requires no pre-qualification.
You’ll find more Victorian Open details here.
Click here to enter the 2015 Victorian Open.
Under 18 nationals team chosen
Ten bowlers. One mission.
Victoria’s side for the under 18 national championships in Canberra in September has been selected.
Australian Open stars Tiffany Brodie and Jayden Christie headline the team selected after Victoria’s recent Test series win over NZ visitors Wellington.
Wodonga Spring Triples
Warm up for the pennant season with good prizemoney on offer at Wodonga BC in September.
Beatlemania was at its height. It was pre-decimal currency. And Monbulk BC was formed. They’re celebrating with a 50th anniversary tournament.
Just 26 teams will get the chance to play in Avenue BC’s Bendigo Bank Classic Fours tournament in August.
A shining light in regional Victoria
Mansfield Bowls Club has come up with two great initiatives.
Find out how they’re re-inventing pennant, and promoting the game to a new, wider audience.
We’ve updated our 2015-16 events calendar. Take a look at the key dates you need to know here.
We’re looking for bowlers to play for Victoria. Find out how and where to get involved here.
Moama Bowling Club hosts elite bowls events, top quality entertainment , and is a key Bowls Victoria partner.
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