QJC Nomination Form

Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland welcomes all competitors and spectators.

Queensland Junior Tenpin Committees would like to thank this year’s QJC sponsors and supporters -

Moreton Bay Regional Council,  BPD Bowling Australia and Caboolture Bowl for their invaluable support, fantastic prizes and discounted services.  Our pals from Chobani Yoghurt will be back again this year,  making sure players and officials are Chobani Charged all the way through the event!

2018 QJC Entry Form

Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland welcomes all competitors and spectators. Queensland Junior Tenpin Committees would like to thank this year’s QJC sponsors and supporters – Moreton Bay Regional Council,  BPD Bowling Australia and Caboolture Bowl for their invaluable support, fantastic prizes and discounted services.  Our pals from Chobani Yoghurt will be back again this year,…

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Nomination form for 2019 SQ President Shield Coaches and President Shield Training Squad

Please find attached our nomination form for 2019 SQ President Shield Coaches, as well as a nomination form for President Shield Training Squad.

Coach 2019 Nomination Form

Training Squad Nomination

Please find attached our nomination form for 2019 SQ President Shield Coaches, as well as a nomination form for President Shield Training Squad. Coach 2019 Nomination Form Training Squad Nomination

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QUEENSLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS CONCLUDE WITH HARD-FOUGHT MASTERS EVENTS

QUEENSLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS CONCLUDE WITH HARD-FOUGHT MASTERS EVENTS

The climax of the 2018 Queensland Adult and Youth State Championships in Toowoomba saw the State’s elite players compete for the coveted men’s and women’s Open Masters titles.

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Sharyn Crouchen Qld State Championships May 2018, Pic - Lyn Fletcher

 

 

QUEENSLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS CONCLUDE WITH HARD-FOUGHT MASTERS EVENTS The climax of the 2018 Queensland Adult and Youth State Championships in Toowoomba saw the State’s elite players compete for the coveted men’s and women’s Open Masters titles. Read more    

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SENIORS, RESTRICTED AND YOUTH DIVISIONS SHOWCASE TENPIN’S APPEAL TO ALL AGES

SENIORS, RESTRICTED AND YOUTH DIVISIONS SHOWCASE TENPIN’S APPEAL TO ALL AGES

The action on the lanes at Sunset Superbowl was fast and furious at the 2018 Queensland Adult and Youth State Championships in Toowoomba over the May Day Long Weekend.

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Seniors Masters champs Sharyn Crouchen & Darrin Comrie Qld State Champs May 2018, Pic Lyn Fletcher

Dale Stewart, Darrin Comrie & Terry Wenban Qld State Championships May 2018, Pic - Lyn Fletcher

SENIORS, RESTRICTED AND YOUTH DIVISIONS SHOWCASE TENPIN’S APPEAL TO ALL AGES The action on the lanes at Sunset Superbowl was fast and furious at the 2018 Queensland Adult and Youth State Championships in Toowoomba over the May Day Long Weekend. Read more

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MAYOR WELCOMES TENPIN CHAMPIONSHIPS TO TOOWOOMBA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -
7 May 2018

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

 

 

MAYOR WELCOMES TENPIN CHAMPIONSHIPS TO TOOWOOMBA

The State Association for the sport of tenpin bowling of Queensland, TBAQ, holds a Championship for Youth and Adult bowlers annually and simultaneously conducts an Awards ceremony to celebrate the sporting achievements of its members and to honour the valuable contribution of its volunteers.

This year, the Awards ceremony and Hall of Fame induction was integrated with a Civic Reception hosted by Mayor Paul Antonio at the Council’s beautifully-restored function facility, The Annex, on Sunday evening.

The Mayor and other VIP guests including Toowoomba Regional Council’s Cr. Geoff McDonald were greeted by TBAQ Chairman, Michael McKenna and members of the TBAQ Board and management prior to the Mayor welcoming players and officials from all around Queensland competing in this year’s State Championships.

“The return of the State Championships is testament to Toowoomba’s reputation as an ideal location to stage major sporting events – our region encourages a healthy lifestyle and through tenpin bowling and other sports, it encourages our community to be active,” the Mayor said.  “I congratulate the local Centre for hosting this, the largest State Championships ever held and for bringing a large contingent of players and supporters to visit our Toowoomba region.”

“It is estimated by the Toowoomba Conferences group that between this event and the Indoor Cricket Championships, the economic benefits to our local economy will be more than $4.8 million for these two events.   “Toowoomba Regional Council greatly supports events like this because it brings together communities and fosters lasting friendships, and we are proud to host such an important event that brings people from all over the State and shows off our garden city,” he said.

“Like the Toowoomba region, tenpin bowling has Rich Traditions and Bold Ambitions … with a frequent bowler register of more than 11,000 participants and over 400,000 recreational players, Tenpin Bowling Queensland has bold ambitions with a drive to expand the sport in Queensland – TBAQ is well positioned to expand the scope of tenpin bowling service delivery across Queensland,” the Mayor continued.

“Sport tourism is such an important part of our overall tourism strategy…let’s not make it another 20 years before you return, he added with a smile.

Following the Mayor’s welcome speech, the official Awards ceremony got underway, commemorating the achievements of numerous players and volunteers, and the evening culminated with the announcement of the induction of Greg Sharp into TBAQ’s Hall of Fame.

The Championships resumed at Toowoomba’s Sunset Bowl at 8am on Monday morning with the final events of the tournament – the Men’s and Women’s Open Masters.

Full scores for all Championship events can be found on www.tenpinresults.com.au.

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Pics courtesy Lyn Fletcher on behalf of Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland

8 MAYOR WELCOMES TENPIN CHAMPIONSHIPS TO TOOWOOMBA mr 7.5.18

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 7 May 2018 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     MAYOR WELCOMES TENPIN CHAMPIONSHIPS TO TOOWOOMBA The State Association for the sport of tenpin bowling of Queensland,…

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