Heads Up – 15 April 2016
April 15 2016
2016 State Champions Week
One week. 15 State titles, 300 of the best bowlers in Victoria.
That’s State Champions Week in Bendigo from April 16 to 22.
Here’s a handy guide to everything you need to know about the event at Bendigo East BC.
Victoria’s men are national champs
For the first time in 14 years, Victoria’s men have won the Alley Shield at the Australian Sides Championships.
Victoria were unbeaten in their seven matches, beating all other States and territories in the round-robin national championships in a dominant display.
Under 18 Championship Week
Fitzroy Victoria duo Jarryd Davies and Tiffany Brodie won the State Under 18 singles titles at Under 18 Championship Week.
The talking point was the growing depth of Victoria’s juniors, with several breakout performances at the event at Bowls Clayton.
Video highlights, story and picture gallery
Women’s Region Sides wrap-up
Bendigo Campaspe are the new champion Women’s Region in Victoria.
They beat Metro West in the grand final at a high-quality Women’s Region Sides tournament held at Murray Downs Country Club in Swan Hill.
Pictures, video, story
World champion Josh Barry, Tim Slater, Josh Thornton, Brendan Elliott and Tony Scott were among the winners at the 2016 State Multi-Disabilities Championships at Yarraville-Footscray BC.
We want your opinion
Bowls Victoria has put together a survey for our members and clubs about Regions and Divisions, communication and participation in our sport.
MEN’S REGION SIDES
The full program and schedule of play for 2016 State Champions Week at Bendigo East BC has been released. You’ll find it here.
This year’s Men’s Region Sides Championship is in Corowa on April 30 and May 1. Click here for event information.
Going to Bendigo for State Champions Week? You’ll find great discounts here from Bendigo Tourism if you’re visiting or playing in the event.
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