Stories from the Victorian Open

by Joshua Rourke

The Open closes. Plus Social Media Reacts to the Champions

After a stellar eight days of grass-roots and high class bowling, the 2019 Victorian Open has come to a close.

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📰 Star Weekly Newspaper chats with Men’s Singles Champion

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Replay Every Final

 

Daily Video Wraps

BVTV were at the Open to give you daily reports. Was someone you know filmed?

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Photo Gallery

Was someone you know snapped?

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GV Bowls and Murray Bowls Show & ABC Radio Shepparton discuss the Open

Tournament Director Sean O’Kane jumped in to see Brandon Riley and Dave Hardy on the GV Bowls and Murray Bowls Show at One FM Shepparton Radio Station followed by a chat with Matt Dowling from ABC Radio Shepparton.

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Remembering ‘Bear’: Victorian Open Supports Pancare Foundation

Following the success of the inaugural ‘Purple Day for Pancare’ at the 2018 Victorian Open, the purple ribbon will be back at this year’s event throughout the Greater Shepparton Region to help raise awareness and funds for the Pancare Foundation.

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International visitors flock to the Vic Open

At this year’s Victorian Open, a passionate group of 16 bowlers from Hong Kong will take to the greens across the Shepparton and Goulburn Valley region. They’ll be doing their best to win their matches, of course, but don’t be surprised to see big smiles on their faces regardless of results.

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The clubs and volunteers who make the Victorian Open

As a major annual event on the annual Bowls Victoria calendar, the Victorian Open wouldn’t be possible without some special host clubs and their dedicated volunteers.

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Bowls Victoria would like to thank everyone involved. From our 20 incredible clubs who welcomely open their doors each year to more than three-and-a-half thousand competitors, and to the tireless efforts of the volunteers, we couldn’t do it without you. And of course, every player who came to compete.

Last but not least, our event partners and sponsors; Greater Shepparton Council, Furphy Brewery, Taylor Bowls, Karingal Bowling Club and our event charity partner Pancare. Thank you to all 80 bowlers who took part in this year’s Pancare Day MegaBowl and to all who donated to such a fantastic cause.