Your Guide to the 2017 Steller Vic Open
Everything you need to know about the 2017 Steller Vic Open
The 2017 Steller Victorian Open runs from November 18 to 24, and has drawn a record 1,681 entries – mostly from rank-and-file club bowlers.
The 1,681 entries is a 13% increase on 2016, and a 79% increase over the past three years, making the Steller Vic Open perhaps the fastest-growing sports event in Australia.
Eighteen bowls clubs around Shepparton and the Goulburn Valley will be used for matches during the tournament, spreading the tourism influx and spin-offs throughout the entire region.
As well as club bowlers from Victoria, NSW, Queensland, WA, Tasmania, NT, ACT and New Zealand and the UK, many of Australia’s leading bowlers will take part.
Singles, pairs and triples in both men’s and women’s competitions will feature at the Vic Open, as well as mixed pairs.
Bowls Victoria will once more live-stream play on the final two days of the Steller Vic Open via the Bowls Victoria website.
Finals on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24, will be televised from Shepparton Park Bowls Club.
Just go to www.bowlsvic.org.au and click on the live streaming icon to watch all the action of the finals, brought to you by Aussie Gutter Protection.
The 2017 Steller Vic Open will commence on Saturday, November 18, from 8am.
Conditions Of Play
What to do in Shepparton
Media Coverage, Live-Streaming Info and How-To Guide
The VIC Medal
Participation and Development Team visits