JASON BELMONTE JOINS THE PANEL TONIGHT ON ‘THE BACK PAGE’

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JASON BELMONTE JOINS THE PANEL TONIGHT ON ‘THE BACK PAGE’

 

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MEDIA ALERT JASON BELMONTE JOINS THE PANEL TONIGHT ON ‘THE BACK PAGE’   Don’t miss Australia’s iconic sports program THE BACK PAGE on Fox Sports tonight as host Tony Squires and the panel catch up with bowling superstar Jason Belmonte. Fox Sports is home to Australia’s favourite subscription television sports channels and number one multi-sports […]

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SUNSHINE COAST TO HOST INAUGURAL IBF WORLD CUP IN NOVEMBER

The biennial event, presented by QubicaAMF, will see the best tenpin bowlers in the world descend on Australia to compete for the most prestigious individual and team awards in world bowling.

In partnership with the Queensland Government and Sunshine Coast Council, the IBF World Cup will run from 11-23 November and will be proceeding after the Para Bowling World Cup from 3-10 November.

With 750 competitors from a minimum of 48 teams (24 men’s and 24 women’s) set to descend on the Sunshine Coast for the World Cup, Tenpin Bowling Australia CEO Rohan O’Neill said he was looking forward to hosting the first edition of the revamped event.

“Tenpin Bowling Australia is excited to have the Queensland Government and Sunshine Coast Council as partners to host the 2022 International Bowling Federation World Cup in Australia,” he said.

“Recently, the host venue Suncity Tenpin became the sport’s first National High Performance and Community Centre which aims to develop the next generation of tenpin bowling talent in Australia.

“It will be a great opportunity to welcome the world’s top athletes and to continue growing the sport in Australia.”

It also marks another historic milestone in the sport as it will be the first ever IBF Para Bowling World Cup to be held with 24 nations set to compete.

Tourism and Sport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said that come November the Sunshine Coast would become the global epicentre of tenpin bowling.

“We’re backing the IBF Tenpin Bowling World Cup and Para Bowling World Cup because they strike a double win for sport and the visitor economy,” Mr Hinchliffe said.

“Tenpin bowling’s twin world cups will bring competitors, support crew and spectators to the Sunshine Coast from around the country and around the world.

“When visitors arrive for major events, they stay longer to explore the Sunshine Coast’s many unique tourism experiences and support local jobs.

“Event visitors need places to stay, transport and somewhere to enjoy the Sunshine Coast’s fresh, world-class cuisine.

“Throughout November, tenpin bowling is predicted to frame a $3.5 million bonus and 20,000 visitor nights for the Sunshine Coast’s tourism economy.”

Sunshine Coast Council Economy Portfolio Councillor Jason O’Pray said it was an exciting new partnership between Tenpin Bowling Australia and the Council.

“It’s a huge deal to be the host destination for the first ever tenpin bowling World Cup events to be held in Australia, we can’t wait to showcase the region’s many attractions to a global audience,” he said.

Tenpin Bowling Australia’s investment in the Suncity National High Performance and Community Centre (NHPCC), will further promote the Sunshine Coast as an accessible sports destination and a high-performance sports training location.

International Bowling Federation Interim President Martin Faba said he was looking forward to seeing the inaugural event come to life later this year.

“Australia is one of the leading nations for world sport and to showcase the true athleticism of bowling there can be no bigger stage than Sunshine Coast, Queensland,” he said.

“Hosting the inaugural IBF World Cup and Para Bowling World Cup presented by QubicaAMF is in very safe hands with Tenpin Bowling Australia who have shown phenomenal commercial awareness and have grown as a national federation during the global pandemic.

“This is a great opportunity for bowling and the growth of the sport from grass roots to elite in Australia with both the Commonwealth Games 2026 and Brisbane 2032 part of the legacy strategy,” he added.

The 2022 International Bowling Federation World Cup and Para Bowling World Cup will be held from 3-23 November 2022.

To see original article head to: https://www.tenpin.org.au/sunshine-coast-to-host-inaugural-ibf-world-cup-in-november/

The biennial event, presented by QubicaAMF, will see the best tenpin bowlers in the world descend on Australia to compete for the most prestigious individual and team awards in world bowling. In partnership with the Queensland Government and Sunshine Coast Council, the IBF World Cup will run from 11-23 November and will be proceeding after […]

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2022 Queensland Tenpin Bowling State Disabilties Championships

The 2022 Queensland Tenpin Bowling State Disabilities Championships

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 7th , 8th , 9th 10th and 11th 

Hosted at

 

COOLANGATTA TWEED TENPIN

55 WHARF STREET, TWEED HEADS. NSW 2486

 

Tournament Director – Beth Boyd

Assistant Tournament Director- Ben Madden

 

TBA Accreditation Number: A22/0182

ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY 29th July 2022.

 

COVID 19 RULES AND INFORMATION.

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING.

 THIS CENTRE IS TBA REGISTERED, AND HAS A GOVERNMENT APPROVED COVID PLAN OR GUIDELINE IN PLACE.

THIS ACCREDITED EVENT WILL BE HELD IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY CURRENT GUIDELINES AS SET OUT BY STATE/TERRITORY GOVERNMENT, ENSURING CENTRE AND SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS ARE ADHERED TO.

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CENTRE TO BE ACROSS ANY OTHER COVID REQUIREMENTS THAT MAY BE IN FORCE AND FOLLOW COVID SAFETY PLAN REQUIREMENTS REGARDING OTHER AREAS OF BUSINESS THAT THE CENTRE MAY CONDUCT.

 STRICTLY  NO CONTACT, (HIGH FIVES, HAND SHAKES AND TEAM HUDDLES ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED IN THIS EVENT).

 PLEASE DO NOT GO, OR SEND YOUR BOWLERS TO THEIR LANES UNTIL THE PREVIOUS SQUADS BOWLERS HAVE LEFT THE LANE AND THE LANES HAVE BEEN SANITISED.

 

GENERAL CHAMPIONSHIP RULES AND INFORMATION.

  1. These Championships are open to all bowlers who have a disability and who current TBA Registered Players who bowl in Leagues at a TBA Registered Centre in Queensland. TBA/TBAQ, define a bowler with a disability as a person who suffers from a condition that has limitation, restriction or impairment, that restricts everyday activity. The condition is permanent. It should be noted that  degrees of pain are not considered a disability. A bowler needs to provide one of the following types of evidence, if requested: Valid Disability Support Pension Card, Child Disability Allowance, Classification from TBAL,Deaf Sports,Blind Sports Australia, Wheelchair Sports Australia or Ausrapid, or state affiliated associations. Letter from a medical or educational professional. Physiotherapist/Occupational Therapist. Principal of an educational organisation, Psychologist, General Medical Practioner, Audiologist or Opthalmologist. Visual evidence in the case of short stature or participants that are amputees. Each bowler must be able to provide evidence of their disability at any time during the tournament if requested. All of the above as per rule 214 of the TBAL rule book.

 

  1. If a bowler uses special equipment to aid the delivery of the ball averages must be established using /needing that equipment and should provide their own.

 

  1. Events will be a three game series:  Singles (Male and Female Divisions), Doubles (1 division – any combination), Teams (1 Division – 4 person, any combination) and conducted in Grades. A Bowler’s grade will be determined by their entering average.  Bowlers may bowl Singles in a higher grade than that indicated by their entering average but first two attempts must be in own grade.  Grades for Doubles and Teams will be determined by the combined entering averages of the bowlers.

Entering averages shall be the bowler’s highest current league average over at least 18 games as at 27TH May 2022.  A current, Bowling Centre computerized, individual bowlers record sheets or league standing sheets for all leagues bowled in, with proof of average is to accompany entries. If a bowler has no current league average, they may use their highest 2021 league average over more than 18 games, provided same is verified in writing by the Bowling Centre in which the league was bowled, or by the relevant TBA league  Secretary.  Bowlers unable to meet either of these conditions should apply, in writing, to the Tournament Director, TBAQ Disability Committee, C/- 27 Liquidambar Street, Toowoomba, QLD. 4350, who shall allocate the bowler an average.  In the event of an entering average being queried in writing, the Tournament Director will reserve the right to regrade any entry where necessary.  Incomplete entry forms will not be processed until all relevant information and payment is received.

 

  1. Multiple EntriesSingles – a bowler may have a total of THREE entries, first two in own grade and one in higher grade. If your entering grade is open grade then you may have 3 attempts. Doubles a bowler may have a total of three entries, but each entry must be with a different partner. Teams – a bowler may have three entries, but with at least one different bowler in each team. Grades for Doubles and Teams will be determined by the combined entering averages of the bowlers.

 

All Events will be the bowler’s combined score in Singles, Doubles and Teams. Grades will be determined by        the bowler’s entering average for Singles. The best attempt by the bowler in each event will be counted for All Events.

  1. Awards – Medals will be presented for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in all grades for Singles, Doubles,  Teams and All Events.  Additionally, trophies will be presented for the High Game (M&F), High Series (M&F) and Highest Pins over Average, game and series (M&F).  A formal presentation of all Awards will take place at the conclusion of the Masters events on the 11th September 2021 at approx 3.00pm

 

  1. This is a TBA accredited tournament and all TBA/TBAQ Rules and By-laws will apply.  Any matters not covered in the Entry Form will be decided by the Tournament Director whose decision will be final.

 

  1. Dress Code: Black Dress Shorts/Trousers/Skirts (no jeans/denim, leggings, track or bike pants allowed) and collared bowling shirt. No hats, mobile phones, ipods or electronic games/devices allowed on the lanes whilst bowling. Unless required for communication perposes and must be notified in writing to the Tournament Director prior to bowling.

 

  1. The Tournament Director will process all entries in the order they are received into the computer system. No    refunds will be given after entry is processed.  All changes must be on the official squad change forms (which will be available from the Tournament Office) and given to the Tournament Director at least half an hour before the appropriate squad.

All queries regarding entries must be in writing to the Tournament Director and no other format will be accepted.

 

9.State team training squad nominations: Please see & read attached form & information.

 

  1. All Carers must be over 18 years of age and hold a current Blue card.

For semi automatic scoring centres, parents/carers will not be able to score for family members.

    

 SQUAD TIMES: Please have your bowlers in the centre at least 45 mins before squad time for check in when called.

 

    OPENING ADDRESS WEDNESDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 8.15 AM.

 

 DAY            DATE               TEAMS        DOUBLES & SINGLES

Wednesday     7th  September       8.30                11.00, 1.30, 3.00

Thursday        8th  September       8.30               11.00, 1.30, 3.00

Friday             9th September         8.30                11.00, 1.30, 3.00 and 4.30pm

Saturday        10th  September      8.30                 11.00, 1.30, 3.00 and 4.30pm

RESTRICTED  AND CLASSIC MASTERS

Sunday        11th September  CHECK-IN BY 8.00am   BOWL APPRIXIMATELY  8.30am.

                                                              OPEN MASTERS

Sunday        11th September   CHECK-IN BY 11.00am  BOWL APPROXIMATELY 11.30am.

Sunday         Trophy Presentation 3.00 pm (approx)

 

        Teams (4 Persons)                 Doubles           Singles
               Mixed

Open      700 & Over

Classic   620 – 699

          540 – 619

B            460 – 539

          380 – 459

D            300 – 379

          299 & Below

                  Mixed

Open      350 & Over

Classic   310 – 349

A            270 – 309

          230 – 269

C            190 – 229

D            150 – 189

E            149 & Below

 

                  Men                     Women

Open     180 & Over            170 & Over

Classic  160 – 179               150 – 169

A           140 – 159               130 – 149

         120 – 139               110 – 129

C           100 – 119                 90 – 109

D             80 –  99                   70 – 89

E           79 & Below            69 & Below

 

Breakdown of fees:  
Bowling Fees               $19.50

Prize Fund                    $ 6.50

Tournament Expenses   $ 4.00

TOTAL                                    $30.00 (Includes GST)

All Events                                $ 5.00

Notes:

  • If a bowler uses special equipment to aid in delivering the ball their average must be established using that equipment.

 

If you require the Tournament Director to allocate an average, please provide the following:

 

Length of Time you have been bowling ________________ Current League _______________________

Carer’s Name and Phone Number ___________________________________________________

 

Please make cheques payable to Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland Inc.

Receipts will be forwarded if requested. Entries and payment to be forwarded to:

The Tournament Director.

State Disabilities Championships.

27 Liquidambar Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350.

 

ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY 29TH JULY 2022.

 

            Contact Name:                                                 Phone Number:_____________________

 

Address:____________________________________________________________

 

______________________________________________Post Code: ___________

 

    TEAM NAME: (4 Persons)

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
             
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$120.00

   

    TEAM NAME: (4 Persons)

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
             
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$120.00

   

TEAM NAME: (4 Persons)

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
             
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$120.00

   

  

 TEAM NAME: (4 Persons)

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
             
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$120.00

   

 

TEAM NAME: (4 Persons)

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
             
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$120.00

   

 

TEAM NAME: (4 Persons)

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
             
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$120.00

   

 

 

Contact Name:                                                 Phone Number:_____________________

 

Address:                                                                                                             

 

_________________________________________________________Post Code: ___________

 

DOUBLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:                    Amount Remitted:

$60.00

   

    DOUBLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:                    Amount Remitted:

$60.00

   

DOUBLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:                    Amount Remitted:

$60.00

   

    DOUBLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:                    Amount Remitted:

$60.00

   

DOUBLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:                    Amount Remitted:

$60.00

   

    DOUBLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:                    Amount Remitted:

$60.00

   

DOUBLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name: Order of Bowling M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
             
    Team Av.:   Grade:                    Amount Remitted:

$60.00

   

 

Entries Close Friday 29th July 2022

with

The Tournament Director, TBAQ Disability Committee,

C/- 27 Liquidambar Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350

 

Contact Name:                                                 Phone Number:_____________________

 

Address:                                                                                                             

 

_________________________________________________________Post Code: ___________

 

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:            Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:               Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:            Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:               Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:              Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:            Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

    SINGLES:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name M/F AVE Special Needs  

Preferred

 

Squad

          Time: Date:
        Grade:               Amount Remitted:

$30.00

   

 

Entries Close Friday 29th July 2022

with

The Tournament Director, TBAQ Disability Committee,

C/- 27 Liquidambar Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350

 

Contact Name:                                                 Phone Number:____________________________

 

Address_____________________________________________________________________________

 

________________________________________________________________Post Code: ___________

 

ALL EVENTS:

TBA

Nunber

Full Name   Average Grade M/F Amount Entry

Number

    1       $5.00  
    2       $5.00  
    3       $5.00  
    4       $5.00  
    5       $5.00  
    6       $5.00  
    7       $5.00  
    8       $5.00  
    9       $5.00  
    10       $5.00  
    11       $5.00  
    12       $5.00  
    13       $5.00  
    14       $5.00  
    15       $5.00  
    16       $5.00  
    17       $5.00  
    18       $5.00  
    19       $5.00  
    20       $5.00  
    21       $5.00  
    22       $5.00  
    23       $5.00  
    24       $5.00  
    25       $5.00  
    26       $5.00  
    27       $5.00  
    28       $5.00  
    29       $5.00  
    30       $5.00  
    31       $5.00  
    32       $5.00  
    33       $5.00  
  Amount to be paid   @ $5.00 Total

 

Payment

 

$  

 

Entries Close Friday 29th July 2022

with

The Tournament Director, TBAQ Disability Committee,

C/- 27 Liquidambar Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350

The 2022 Queensland Tenpin Bowling State Disabilities Championships               September 7th , 8th , 9th 10th and 11th  Hosted at   COOLANGATTA TWEED TENPIN 55 WHARF STREET, TWEED HEADS. NSW 2486   Tournament Director – Beth Boyd Assistant Tournament Director- Ben Madden   TBA Accreditation Number: A22/0182 ENTRIES CLOSE […]

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JASON BELMONTE APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA (AM)

13 June 2022

JASON BELMONTE APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA (AM)

The Australian Honours and Awards system recognises the outstanding service and contributions of Australians, celebrating those inspiring people who make our nation what it is.

The Order of Australia is the pre-eminent means by which Australia recognises the outstanding and meritorious service of its citizens. Nominations are assessed by the Honours and Awards Secretariat and considered by the Council of the Order of Australia before recommendations are made to the Governor-General.

And today, as a result of this in-depth process, Jason Belmonte has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) (General Division), joining the ranks of these highly admired men and women from across the country who have demonstrated outstanding service or exceptional achievement. The citation for the appointment is: For significant service to tenpin bowling at the elite level.

Honours recipients come from right across the country and from all walks of life. While some are well-known, the majority are unsung heroes and although typically they haven’t sought thanks or recognition, they deserve both.

Since his emergence as an outstanding amateur bowler to become the world’s leading athlete in the professional ranks of his chosen sport, Jason Belmonte has maintained a sense of humility and decorum rarely matched by his peers on the global sporting stage. His strong connection to his family and the regional community of Orange in New South Wales has played a significant role in maintaining these values and Belmonte’s career includes numerous awards for sportsmanship. These accolades also salute Belmonte as a trailblazer in his sport.

His career achievements and ambassadorial roles within the sport of tenpin bowling locally, nationally and internationally are unprecedented, and he continues to provide inspiration and act as a legendary role-model for aspiring athletes.

“I love what I do for a career and opportunities to give back to the bowling community. I’m so honoured to receive this recognition,” said Belmonte.“However, I’m also surrounded by an amazing support network of friends and family – without their love it would be impossible and I’m so thankful for them,” he added.

Today’s Honours awards were announced to coincide with the celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, recognising Her Majesty’s 70 years of service. New South Wales recipients will be presented with the insignia of their award during an investiture ceremony at Government House by Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC, Governor of New South Wales, which is anticipated to take place in September.

Catch Mike Dalton’s interview with Jason Belmonte on Nine News Afternoons at 4pm and again at 6pm today.

Access online anywhere in Australia or worldwide at – NSW News – 9News – Latest updates and breaking headlines New South Wales

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13 June 2022 JASON BELMONTE APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA (AM) The Australian Honours and Awards system recognises the outstanding service and contributions of Australians, celebrating those inspiring people who make our nation what it is. The Order of Australia is the pre-eminent means by which Australia recognises the outstanding and meritorious […]

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TBAQ Welcomes new Development Officer – KANE DEAN-EDDY

TBAQ Welcomes new Development Officer – KANE DEAN-EDDY

Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland has a reputation within the industry, and the bowling community across Australia, as a progressive and highly successful State Sporting Organisation.   Its small, but dedicated operational team, ably supported by equally passionate committees and local association volunteers and community organisations, provides tenpin bowling as a sport and recreation for people of all abilities throughout Queensland.

This team now includes Kane Dean-Eddy who recently graduated from Griffith University Gold Coast, having completed a Bachelor of Sport Development/ Business degree, majoring in Sport Management. For two years Dean-Eddy was the treasurer of The Griffith University Sport Development Association, (GUSDA) and had a considerable influence on event planning – this included the Nitro Sprint Triathlon which is a large event for both staff and students across campus.

 

He was also a coach at First Fives Rugby, which introduces 2-7 year-old children to rugby.  This involved travelling to many Early Learning Centres and rugby clubs and engaging them in various activities that helped with both skill development and giving these children a fun, accessible way for exercising.  During this time, Dean-Eddy also completed an Internship at Gold Coast Basketball, where he assisted in game day preparation for the Gold Coast Rollers games in the NBL1, together with the role of assistant coach for one of the junior basketball camps.

 

“As someone who loves bowling and has a strong passion for increasing participation in sport, I want to help grow both the popularity and accessibility for bowling programs across Queensland, especially at the grassroots level,” he stated.  “I am very excited to begin my journey at TBAQ as I get to learn more about a sport I love and where I can have a real impact by using sport as a vehicle for social change,” Dean-Eddy added.

“On behalf of the TBAQ Board, I welcome Kane joining our team and look forward to working with him in developing the sport of tenpin bowling across Queensland for the benefit of bowlers and industry stakeholders alike,” said TBAQ CEO, Gail Torrens.   “Kane has hit the ground running, and has already demonstrated his enthusiasm for achieving those goals,” she remarked.

 

“The sport services provided by TBAQ include the highly successful Roll ‘n Strike Schools program that engages over 70,000 students each year in Queensland.   “Coordination of this, and other key programs and events, will be integral components of Kane’s role, which I’m sure he’ll find challenging and rewarding,” Ms. Torrens stated.

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TBAQ Welcomes new Development Officer – KANE DEAN-EDDY Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland has a reputation within the industry, and the bowling community across Australia, as a progressive and highly successful State Sporting Organisation.   Its small, but dedicated operational team, ably supported by equally passionate committees and local association volunteers and community organisations, provides tenpin […]

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