The Inter-School Challenge is the premier Tenpin Bowling event for schools across Queensland. Teams across the state go head to head to find a champion. Trophies, medallions, “All Star” shirts and certificates are up for grabs. Register a team now!
Tenpin Bowling is an ideal sport for people with a disability. There are a number of events that are organised each year and new bowlers are always welcome to participate. We also have cooperative relationships with several large disability service providers.
TBAQ has a variety of sport education programs for those that want to progress with the sport of Tenpin bowling. Services include skill development and technique enhancement programs, training squads, coaching and officiating pathways as well as talent identification.
The Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland is grateful for the support of the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing. The Queensland Government provides $202,000 to the Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland inc.(TBAQ) to get more Queenslanders active through sport and recreation.
TBAQ do this through supplying access to our sport at over 200 schools each year and partnering with other Community service organisations using modified tenpin bowling equipment (called Roll ‘n Strike kits) in schools and community centres across the State.
TBA deliver Coach education and training pathways, and TBAQ’s volunteer committees provide Championships, qualifying tournaments and selection for State representative teams for all categories of bowlers. Membership services are provided by volunteers at each local bowling centre while the TBAQ Board of Management Governs the sport of Tenpin Bowling in Queensland.