Heads Up – 19 February 2016
February 19 2016
Twin brothers show bowls talent
Youngsters Andrew and Ian Charles are just 11 years old.
But they’re enjoying their first season of Pennant in northern Victoria after being introduced to the sport a few years ago.
2016-17 Metro Pennant competitions
What competitions will be offered for the 2016-17 Metropolitan Pennant season?
Bowls Victoria’s Operations Manager Peter Delaney tells us in this fortnight’s From Head Office column.
$1.8 million club makeover
This club in northern Melbourne has just opened its new, state-of-the-art clubrooms.
Their local council believes in bowls, and funded an extreme makeover to build a superb facility for both the sport and local community.
Victoria v South Australia series
In Adelaide, Victoria and South Australia have been battling it out in a five-Test series.
Who’s come out on top in the clash between the traditional interstate rivals?
A bowls legend honoured
North Balwyn BC honours one of the most influential women ever in bowls, Betty Collins OAM, with a special tournament.
A quality triples tournament in South Gippsland is planned for March.
Just 34 teams can be involved in this Melbourne club’s fours event.
Looking for a post-Pennant, pre-finals tournament?
Lighthouse club – Wangaratta BC
Wangaratta BC experimented with a Jack Attack program, and struggled to get participants.
But a couple of subtle changes have made their Jack Attack program hugely popular, and a major success for the club.
ARE YOU A WINNER?
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