Heads Up – 25 September 2015
September 25 2015
Shepparton stays Vic Open home
The Victorian Open will remain in the Shepparton region until at least the end of 2017.
Bowls Victoria and Greater Shepparton City Council have agreed a new deal to keep the tournament long-term in the north-east Victorian region.
Forsyth making some big changes
One of the big changes ahead of the upcoming pennant season is New Zealand international Ali Forsyth’s addition to the team at Bowls Clayton.
But it’s not the only big change going on his life, with an eye on what lies beyond international bowls.
Rich River’s rich tournament
Bowlers around the border take note – Rich River Bowls Club has a large cash offering for its upcoming 5-a-side tournament.
It’s about to turn U.G.L.Y at Benalla Bowls Club on this unusually themed fundraising day, which will help a great cause.
Trust us, you really want to win the third game at this monthly triples event at Donvale Bowls Club.
October 11 promises to be a Happy Day at this club holding a mixed fours event.
Lighthouse clubs – Stawell BC
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Victorian bowls.
At Stawell BC, it is definitely a case of many hands make light work at their superbly-run Regional All Abilities Day.
What does this group of volunteers do that makes them so important?
Plan ahead! Bowls Victoria 2015-16 Events Calendar gives you all the key event dates you need to know.
Check out the Metro Pennant draw for the upcoming season. Click here to find out who you’re playing, and when.
Going to the Victorian Open? There’s plenty of accommodation options and things to do in Shepparton.
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