Heads Up – 2 September 2016
September 2 2016
Hanley earns World Cup call-up
Victorian teenager Curtis Hanley will now take on the world after his runner-up finish at the Australian Indoor Championships.
The 17-year-old has been invited to represent Australia in a prestigious event next year.
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Krizanic, Scott queens of Moama
11 World Champions and 20 internationals lined up for the $30,000 Moama Ladies Premier Pairs Classic.
In the end, it was two Australian reps who walked away with the winners’ cheque.
Police fours heads to Werribee
Werribee BC’s Police & Friends Day is a Fours tournament with a difference.
Want to watch some great bowls? Here’s a unique pre-season tournament featuring eight local clubs.
Karingal BC has a Triples event with good prizemoney for registered Arm Bowlers.
Five Vics up for national awards
Three leading Victorian bowlers, a prominent technical official, and one of our clubs are finalists in Bowls Australia’s awards.
PLAY BOWLS MONTH
VIC OPEN ENTRIES
Time’s running out for clubs to register their events for Play Bowls Month in October.
We’ve smashed through the 400-entry mark for the 2016 Victorian Open. If you haven’t entered yet, what are you waiting for?
Aussie Gutter Protection has extended its sponsorship of Bowls Victoria, supporting Victorian bowls and bowls clubs statewide. Find out how they can help you here.
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