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12

Sep

2014

Mick Molloy kicks off APL 2014

Australia's favourite movie-star bowler Mick Molloy is the popular special ambassador for APL 2014, "the 20/20 cricket of lawn bowls", Club Pine Rivers, November 18-21.
Mick Molloy kicks off APL 2014

12

Sep

2014

Mick Molloy kicks off APL 2014

Australia's favourite movie-star bowler Mick Molloy is the popular special ambassador for APL 2014, "the 20/20 cricket of lawn bowls", Club Pine Rivers, November 18-21.
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4

Sep

2014

Old mates out of the money

New kids on block steal the thunder

The favourites fell at this year's 4th annual Queensland State Multi Disability Championships, held at Aspley Memorial Bowls Club for the second consecutive year (Sunday Aug 31 - Thursday Sept 4)

1

Sep

2014

No joy for Forster at Multi Disability State Champs

Early upsets at the Multi Disability State Champs

There have been upsets at Multi Disability State Championships with Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Joy Forster one of the early casualties 

30

Aug

2014

Inspiring bowls at multi-disability champs

2014 Queensland State Titles kick off at Aspley

Bowls Queensland has won awards for its pursuit of an all-inclusive sport in Queensland. There's no finer a showcase than the annual Queensland State Multi Disability Championships. (Aspley Memorial Bowls Club Sun Aug 31 - Thurs Sept 4.)

21

Aug

2014

Rising star and international hotshot claim Australian Indoor Championships

St Johns Park’s 17 year-old Jamie-Lee Worsnop and club teammate have taken...

St Johns Park duo Jamie-Lee Worsnop and David Holt have been crowned Australian Indoor champions

19

Aug

2014

Wilkie in line to be recrowned

Brett Wilkie is just one win away from regaining the Australian Indoor Championships crown that...

Australian Jackaroos vice-captain has booked a final berth and is one win away from being recrowned national indoor champion

19

Aug

2014

Moran marches into final

Kay Moran is the first person through to the ultimate decider

Cabramatta's Kay Moran has advanced to tomorrow's Australian Indoor Championships final, and is now just one win away from the $6,000 prize purse and national title.
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