Full House tipped for upcoming Queensland Junior Cup

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Lynne Clay| Marketing | Media | Communications  

Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland Inc.
Sports House | 150 Caxton Street l Milton QLD 4064
e:  [email protected]www.tbaq.org.au
t:   +61 419 444 280

 

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Full House tipped for upcoming Queensland Junior Cup               

 

BRISBANE (June 21, 2017) – Bowlers from all around Australia, and an international contingent of eight young American players will congregate at Strathpine Hyperbowl on the weekend of 22-23 July to compete in one of the country’s fastest growing tournaments for bowlers up to 18 years of age – the Queensland Junior Cup (QJC).

 

When two of the proposed three squads filled very quickly, QJC organisers expanded the capacity for registrations to 36 players per squad, and there are now just a handful of spots up for grabs before the FULL HOUSE sign is posted for this year’s tournament.

 

Staged for the third consecutive year, the QJC offers a wide range of exciting prizes for tournament participants, with equal prize-money for the top four bowlers in both the male and female divisions.   Graded bowlers will be rewarded with an increased prize pool this year and the male and female champions will again receive a thrilling bonus of return flights for two to Singapore, courtesy of award-winning SCOOT Airlines.

 

“The 2017 Queensland Junior Cup is part of Tenpin Bowling Australia’s national ranking system for Junior bowlers and the involvement of a group of young players from the United States adds another dimension to this year’s event,” said CEO of Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland, Gail Torrens.  “The QJC is also an integral part of TBAQ’s highly successful Talent ID Series, the pathway to further international competition for our emerging talent in Queensland,” she added.

 

Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Division 8 Councillor, Mick Gillam, said Council looked forward to welcoming the QJC to Strathpine.   “This tournament is gearing up to be one action-packed weekend of bowling…the Moreton Bay Region is one of Australia’s fastest growing urban areas and we pride ourselves on our strong sporting culture and active lifestyle,” Cr Gillam said.

 

“The Strathpine Hyperbowl is extremely easy to access for participants and spectators by car or public transport – it’s situated within Strathpine Shopping Centre, just a short walk from Strathpine train station. “Why not also make the most of the weekend and enjoy all that the Moreton Bay region has to offer – from the bayside to the hinterland,” he continued.  Council’s website lists numerous accommodation options and sightseeing suggestions for this diverse region ….  just go to www.visitmoretonbayregion.com.au.

 

For entry details or further information about the 2017 Queensland Junior Cup, please email sqjtbc@@optusnet.com.au or phone Jeff Kemp on 0408 870 844.

 

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About Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland (TBAQ)              

 

Through responsible governance, financial management and outstanding sport service delivery, TBAQ has built a stable and well run State-level Sporting Organisation.  Its volunteer Committees provide State events and championships for six categories of bowlers:-  bowlers with a disability, junior, youth, Restricted (those under 170 average), open grade Adults and Senior bowlers.  TBAQ has 29 Associations state-wide, supporting all of the privately owned and operated bowling centres and providing tenpin as a sport and recreation to community organisations throughout Queensland.

 

TBAQ is recognised as a leader in the delivery of quality assured sport training and education processes.  TBAQ initiated the unique Roll ‘n Strike in-school development program, which has grown to become one of the sport’s greatest participation tools, reaching over 50,000 Primary school children in Queensland each year and endorsed and supported by the Queensland government.   Another key development program conducted annually by TBAQ is the popular Interschool Challenge for Primary and Secondary school teams.  Its latest initiative is the SCOOT Junior & Youth Talent ID Pathway series, launched in 2016 to popular acclaim, with the series expanded in 2017.

TBAQ is positioned to increase the scope of Tenpin Bowling service delivery across Queensland in partnership with the Queensland government, the sport’s national governing body, and commercial stakeholders. This growth boosts opportunities for people of all ages to participate in an active and healthy lifestyle.

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