Heads Up – 5 February 2016
February 5 2016
Three Vics for Trans Tasman
Victoria’s Barrie Lester and Carla Krizanic will be part of the national team for the upcoming Trans Tasman series in New Zealand.
And teenager Tiffany Brodie has been picked for the young Australian team for the Trans Tasman development series.
Regional Roadshows on the way
Our Bowls Victoria Regional Roadshows will be coming soon – direct to you.
Bowls Victoria President John Fisher speaks about upcoming region visits, and other Victorian bowls matters in this fortnight’s From Head Office column.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
MOVE with Bowls’ six-shooters
A MOVE with Bowls-sponsored team is taking part in the Super Sixes tournament.
Those involved are among the many Victorian clubs who’ve signalled their interest in the MOVE with Bowls program. Shouldn’t yours?
On a roll at Government House
The recent Come and Try bowls display put on by Bowls Victoria at Government House was a huge success.
More than 400 people of all ages and backgrounds tried the sport – most for the first time.
Fours tournament a classic
It is this small club’s two big days of the year. A tournament with $4,000-plus prizemoney.
It’s not only love in the air this Valentine’s Day. You can play Mixed Fours too.
Another great tournament for Victoria’s growing Bowlers Arm contingent.
Women are encouraged to come and try bowls in this joint club/council initiative.
Inclusion a winner for Kerang BC
Take a look at a regional Victorian club which is leading the way in a host of areas, among them inclusion and encouraging juniors.
WIN A BOWLS BOOK
We’re getting down to the business end of the season. All the key dates are in our 2015-16 Event Calendar.
It’s a humorous novel about bowls and bowlers. We have three copies to give away to Heads Up subscribers.
Bowls Victoria is proud to be associated with partner Berry Bowling Systems. What can they do to help your club?
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