History of Bowls in Australia

1844
– First green laid at Mr. Lipscombe’s Beach Tavern at Sandy Bay Tasmania

– Bowling Green Hotel Sandy Bay Tasmania

1845
– First recorded game of bowls at the back of the Beach Tavern (Sandy Bay, TAS). Read more about Beach Tavern.

1846
– First bowling club in Australia is established alongside the Bowling Green Hotel in Sandy Bay. (TAS)

– This club was closed in 1853.

1852
– 1000 spectators paid to watch a match at the Bowling Green Hotel green between civilians and the military.

1864
– Melbourne Bowls Club is formed (oldest existing bowling club in Australia)(Vic). Read more.

– First bowls made in Australia, turned by Mr Alcock, Russell Street, Melbourne.

– Ballarat Bowling Club (Vic) Read more

– Fitzroy (North Fitzroy) Bowling Club (Vic)

1865
– St Kilda Sporting Club (formerly St Kilda Bowling Club) (VIC) Read more

– City of Melbourne Bowling Club (Vic)

– Fitzroy (North Fitzroy) Bowling Club (Vic)- Read more

1866
– City of Melbourne Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1868
– Carlton Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Learmonth Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Richmond Union Bowling Club (Vic)- Read more

1872
– George S. Coppin entrepreneur, suggested first bowling carnival in Australia. This was not taken up.

– Buninyong Bowls Club Inc (Vic) Read more

– Cambridge College Club – (Private Club) – Read more

1873
– Albert Park Bowls Club Inc -(Formerly -South Melbourne Bowling Club (1873-1929), Albert
Park Bowling Club (1929-1942), Albert Park VRI Bowls Club (1942-2011)

– Creswick Bowling Club (Vic)

1876
– First game of bowls in SA on green put down by Andrew Thomson at Kapund

– Kyneton Bowling Club (Vic)

1877
– North Fitzroy Bowling Club (Vic)

1878
– Brisbane Bowls Club formed (green in Botanic Garden). Subsequently became Booroodabin Bowls Club.

– Ballarat Central Bowls Club (Vic) Read more

– Clunes Bowling Club (Vic)

1879
– South Melbourne Cricket Club Bowling Club (S.M.C.C.) (Vic)

1880
– First match between colonies, states, dominions or countries played between NSW and Victoria at Kentville (NSW).

– NSW Association formed-first bowling association in world.

– Victorian Association formed.

– Balmain Bowling Club Limited (NSW)

– Hawthorn Bowling Club (Vic)

– Rosehill Bowls Club formed. Subsequently became Parramatta Bowls Club. Parramatta Bowls Club ceased to function in 1986.

– City & Parramatta Bowling Club (NSW)

– Kew Bowling Club (Vic)

– Williamstown Bowling Club (Vic)

1881
– Brighton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Corio Bowling Club (Vic)

– West Brighton (Bowling and Lawn Tennis Club) (Vic)

1882
– Dandenong Bowling Club (Vic)

– Strathfield Bowling Club (NSW) (formerly Union Recreation Bowling Club)

– Warrnambool Bowling Club (Vic)

– Portland Bowling Club (Vic)

1883
– Launceston Bowls Club formed. (Tas)

– Hamilton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Port Melbourne Bowling Club (Vic)

– Queenscliff Bowling,Tennis & Croquet Club (Vic)

1884
– Ararat Bowls Club (Vic)

– Perth Bowls Club formed.

– New Zealand entered inter-colonial competition.

1885
– Eaglehawk Bowling Club (Vic)

– St. Arnuad Bowling Club (Vic)

1886
– Auburn Bowling Club (Vic)

– Castlemaine Bowling Club (Vic)

– Essendon Bowling Club (Vic)

1888
– Armadale Bowling Club (Vic)

– City of Prahran Bowling Club (Vic)

– Collingwood Bowling Club (Vic)

– North Sydney Bowling Club (NSW) – (formerly St.Leonards Bowling Club)

1889
– Ashfield Bowling Club (NSW)

– Camberwell Central Bowling Club (Vic) -(formerly Camberwell Bowling Club (Vic)

– Daylesford Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lowlands Bowling Club (NSW)

– Newcastle City Bowling Club (NSW)

– Port Fairy Bowling Club (Vic)

– Princess Park Bowling Club (Vic)

1890
– Ararat Bowling Club (Vic)

– Waratah Bowling Club (NSW)

– Woodend Bowling Club (Vic)

1891
– Healesville Bowling Club (Vic)

– Maldon Bowling Club (Vic)

– Moonee Ponds Bowling Club (Vic)

– Portland Bowling Club (Vic)

1892
– Bendigo Bowling Club (Vic)

– Flemington and Kensington Bowling Club (Vic)

– Victoria Park Bowling Club (NSW) – (formerley Newtown Bowling Club)

1893
– Ballarat East Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hamilton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Manly Bowling Club (NSW)

– Shepparton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Stawell Bowling Club (Vic)

– Waverley Bowling Club (NSW)

1894
– M.C.C. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Randwick Bowling Club (NSW)

– Rutherglan Bowling Club (Vic)

– Seymour Bowling Club (Vic)

1895
– Bathurst City Bowling Club (NSW)

– Camperdown Bowling Club (Vic)

– Euroa Bowling Club (Vic)

1896
– Ballarat North Bowling Club (Vic)

– Petersham Bowling Club (NSW)

– Sale Bowling Club (Vic)

1897
– Benalla Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hamilton Bowling Club (NSW)

– Warragul Bowling Club (Vic)

1898
– Western Bowling Association formed

– Gladstone Park Bowling Club (NSW)

– Lilydale Bowling Club (Vic)

– Neutral Bay Bowling Club (NSW)

– Northern District Bowling Association (NSW)

1899
– Albert Park VRI Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Colac Bowling Club (Vic)

– Elsternwick Bowling Club (Vic)

– Orange City Bowling Club (NSW)

– Woonona Bowling Club (NSW)

1900
– Canterbury Bowling Club (Vic)

– Chatswood BowlingClub (N.S.W.

– Footscray City Bowling Club (Vic)

– St.George Bowling Club (N.S.W.)

1901
– Tasmanian Bowling Association and various regional Association formed – (unified State body of Tasmanian clubs formed in 1933)

– Bairnsdale Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hunters Hill Bowling Club (N.S.W.)

– Wickham Bowling Club (N.S.W.)

1902
– South Australian Bowling Association formed

– Mentone Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mosman Bowling Club (N.S.W.)

1903
– Queensland Bowling Association formed

– Box Hill Bowling Club (Vic)

– Maitland Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Middle Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Moss Vale Bowling Club (NSW)

– Northcote Bowling Club (Vic)

– Wangaratta Bowling Club (Vic)

1904
– Auburn Height Bowling Club (Vic)

– Beechworth Bowling Club (Vic)

– Burwod Bowling Club (NSW)

– Corowa Bowling Club (Vic)

– Dubbo City Bowling Club (NSW)

– Heathcote Bowling Club (Vic)

– Warringah Bowling Club (NSW)

– Tatura BowlingbClub (Vic)

1905
– Albury Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Brighton Beach Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Corrimal Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Hawthorn Bowling Club (Vic) – (formerly City of Hawthorn Bowling Club Vic)

– Marrickville Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Murchison Bowling Club (Vic)

– Nathalia Bowling Club (Vic)

– Sandringham Bowling Club (Vic)

– South Bendigo Bowling Club (Vic) – (First named Quarry Hill in 1905 name changed in 1906)

– Wellington Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1906
– Alexandra Bowling Club (Vic)

– Belmont Bowling Club (Vic)

– Oakleigh Bowling Club (Vic)

1907

– Caulfield Bowling Club (Vic)

– Cheltenham Bowling Club (Vic)

– Chilton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Glenferrie Hill Bowling Club (Vic)

– Horsham City Bowling Club (Vic)

– Leongatha Bowling Club (Vic)

– Moreland Bowling Club (Vic)

– Rochester Bowling Club (Vic)

– Victoria (Ballarat) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Warrawee Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1908
– Deniliquin Bowling Club (NSW)- Read more

– Goulburn Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lismore City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Sunshine Bowling Club (Vic)

– Thornbury Bowling Club (Vic)

– Wallsend Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Wollongong Bolwling Club (NSW) – Read more

1909
– Bacchus Marsh Bowling Club (Vic)- Read more

– Donald Bowling Club (Vic)- Read more

– East Camberwell Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Grafton City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Numurkah Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Preston Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Ryde Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Traralgon Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1910
– Aberfeldie Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Ballina Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Bangalow Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Brymay Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Ipswich Bowling Club (Qld) – Read more

– Katoomba Bowling Club (NSW)

– Mudgee Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1911
– Formation of Australian Bowls Council

– Ascot Vale Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Birchip Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Maitland City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Malvern Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Surrey Hills Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Terang Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Yarrawonga Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1912
– Australian Bowls Council Australian Men’s Singles Championship played in Melbourne winner was W.E.Sayers (Vic)

– Australian Bowls Council, Australian Fours Championship played in Melbourne winners W.Arnott, G.A.Chapman, J. Jeo, H. Moses N.S.W.)

– Caulfield Park Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Eastern Park (Geelong) Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Inverall Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Islington Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Ivanhoe Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Kuri Kuri Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lambton Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Mordialloc Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Singleton Bowling Club (NSW) -bRead more

– Trafalgar Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wendouree Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wonthaggi Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wyong Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1913
– Australian Bowls Council, Australian Men;s Singles Championship played in Brisbane winner was L. Waxman (Vic)

– Alma Bowling Club (Vic)

– Bareena Bowling Club (Vic)

– City of Prahran Bowling Club (Vic)

– City of Prahran Bowling Club (Vic)

— City of Prahran Bowling Club (Vic)

– Fairfield Bowling Club (Vic)

– Heidleberg Bowling Club (vic) – (formerley City of Heidleberg Bowling Club Vic)

– Kyabram Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mildura Bowling Club (Vic)

– Morwell Bowling Club (Vic)

– Nagambie Bowling Club (Vic)

– Toorak Bowling Club (Vic)

– Warracknabeal Bowling Club (Vic)

1914
– Australian Bowls Council Australian Men’s Championship played in Brisbane winner was L. Waxman (Vic)

– Armidale City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Beecroft Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

-Bendigo Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Cobram Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Drummoyne Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Glenhuntly Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Muswellbrook Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Pratten Park Bowling Cluhb (NSW) – Read more

1915
– Berry Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Cheltenham Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1916
– Caulfield R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Coburg Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Forbes Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Killara Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Stockton Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Wagga City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1917
– Bowral Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Glen Innes Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Kyogle Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Mornington Bowling Club (Vic)

– Nowra Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1918
– Brunswick Bowling Club (Vic)

– Echuca Bowling Club (Vic)

– Rushworth Bowling Club (Vic)

– Henselite Australia – Read more

1919
– Cessnock City Bowling Club (NSW)- Read more

– Charlton Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– East Maitland Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Kiama Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Kilmore Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Lithgow City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Minyip Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Studley Park Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wycheproof Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1920
– Beaufort Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Condobolin Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Dimboola Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Parkes Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Portarlington Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Tamworth City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1921
– Alphington Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Casino Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– City Oval Ballarat Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Colac Central Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Cooma Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Epping Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Grenfell Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Kempsy Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Maffra Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Narrandera Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– St Kilda Bowls Club (Vic) (- formerley City of St.Kilda Bowling Club Vic)

– Powell Town Bowling Club (Vic)

– Warburton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Werribee Bowling Club (Vic)

1921-22
– Australian Bowls Council Men’s Championship played in Adelaide winner was T.A.Williams (Vic)

1922
– Golden Square Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Henty Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Jeparit and DSistrict Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Murtoa Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Natimuk Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Quirindi Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Rupanyup Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Swan Hill City Bowlingb Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wedderburn Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Yarram Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Young Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1923
– Byron Bay Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Campbelltwon City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– City of Camberwell Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Corowa Bowling Club(Vic)

– Elwood Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Glen Iris Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Leichhardt Bowling Club (NSW) Read more

– Lord Howe Island (Honorary) – Read More

– Maryborough Highland Society Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Mortlake Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Murrumbeena Bowling Club (Vic – Read more

– Nhill Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Rose Bay Bowing Club (NSW)- Read more

1924
– Australian Bowls Council , Australian Men’s Singles Championship played in Perth winner J.E.Gustafson (WA)

– Canberra Bowling Club (ACT) – Read more

-Carrum Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Chelsea Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Hopetoun Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Newcastle South Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Torquay Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1925
– Bright Bowling Club (Vic)

– City of Frankston Bowling Club (Vic)

– Cronulla Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– East Kew Bowling Club (Vic)

– Newport Bowling Club (Vic)

1926
– Australian Bowls Council Australian Singles Championship winner A. Oastler (Vic)

– Australian Portland Cement Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Blackburn Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Cohina Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Dee Why Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Elmore Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Five Dock Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Hurstville Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lakemba Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Mullumbimby Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Sea Lake Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– St. Johns (Warrnambool) Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Taree Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Tongala Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– West Brunswick Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wodonga Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Yass Bowling Clu7b (NSW) – Read more

1927
– Australian Bowls Council , Australian Men’s Singles Championship played in Melbourne winner F. Dobbie (Vic)

– Alphington Ladies Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Beulah Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Croydon Bowling Club (Vic)- (formerley City of Croydon Bowlking Club Vic) – Read more

– Hay Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Kerang Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– South Wagga Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– The Wade (Jondaryan) Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Yallourn Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1928
– Aria Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Black Rock Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Moama Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Sassafras Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Upwey – Tecoma Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wollstonecraft Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1929
– Bankstown Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Boolaroo Bowling Club (NSW) – Read More

– Campsie Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Eastwood Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Kensington Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Ringwood Bowls Club (Vic ) -( formerley City of Ringwood Bowling Club Vic) – Read more

– Orbost Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1930
– Belmont Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Berwick Bowling Club (Vic)- Read more

– Canberra City Bowling Club (ACT) – Read more

– Dungog Memorial Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Gilgandra Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Gloucester Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Gunnedah Bowling Club (NSW) n- Read more

– Inglewood Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Kaniva Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Moree Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Narromine Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Nimbin Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Point Lonsdale Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Port Kembla – Bowling Club (*NSW) – Read more

– Rainbow Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wingham Bowling Club (NSW)( – Read more

1931
– B.H.P. Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Raymond Terrace Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Tumut Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– WindsorBowling Cluyb (NSW) – Read more

1932
– Casterton Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Nyah District Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Ouyen Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1933
– Canowindra Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

Harden District Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

Junee Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

-Merbein BowlingClub (Vic) – Read more

– Molong Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– National Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Nestle Bowling Club (NSW)- Read more

– Red Cliffs Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Temora Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Woy Woy Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1934
– Broadford Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Concord Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Cootamundra Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Gundagai Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lorn Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Nestles – Smithtown Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– South Hurstville Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Sorrento Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Toronto Bowing Club (NSW) – Read

1935
– Adamstown Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Blayney Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Bondi Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Bourke Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Denman Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Hornsby Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– New Lambton Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Peak Hill Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Queenbeyan Bowling Club (NSW – Read more

– Raleigh Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Thirroul Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Wentworth Falls Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– West Tamworth Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1936
-Arncliffe Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Albury Commercial Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Austinmner Town Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Barraba Bowling Club (NSW) – read more

– Blackheath Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

Coleraine Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Gelco Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lakes Entrance Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Lidcombe Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Liverpool City Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Mildura Working Men’s Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Serviceton Memorial Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Walcha Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1937
– Ballan Bowling Club (Vic)

– Coonamble Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Culcairn Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Maclean

– Wentworth District Bowing Club (Vic)

1938
Beckom Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lance Cove Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Mayfield Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Mittagong Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Narrabri Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Port Macquarie Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Violet Town Bowling Club (Vic) -Read more

1939
– Eugowra Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Fraser Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Gosford Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Jerilderie Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Leitchville Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Norfolk Island (Honorary) – Read more

1940
– Bega Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Brighton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Boggabri Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Cardiff Railways Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Concord Golf Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

-Coolah Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Cudal Biowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Fairfield Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Guilford Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Vaucluse Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Scone Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– West Wyalong Bowling Club (NSW) -Read more

1941
– Aberdeen Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Camden Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Newport Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Road Transport Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Trangie Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Werris Creek Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1942
– Carrington Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Coffs Harbour Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Double Bay Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Gulgong Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Swansea Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1943
– Brewarrina Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1944
– Ardlethan Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Doutta Galla Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Drysdale Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Kandos Bowling Club (NSW) – (Disbanded 1974)

– Murrurundi Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– The Entrance Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Weston Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Woomelang Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1945
– Bentleigh Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Brim Memorial Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Dunedoo Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Dunolly Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Finley Bowling Club (NSW)

– Gardiner Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Kangaroo Flat Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Myrtleford Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Nyngan Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Sabastapol Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

1946
– Auburn Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Barellan Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Bendigo East Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Cobden Bowliong Club (Vic) – Read more

– Coolamon Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Coonabarabran Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lawson Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Lockhart Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Penrith Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Stewarts & Lloyds Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1946/47
– Australian Bowls Council, Australian Men’s Singles Championship played in Melbourne winner was J.H.Petchell (SA)

1947
– Barmedman Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Bellingen Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Boorowa Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Burwood District Bowling Club (Vic)-(formerley Burwood Bowling Club) – Read more

– Charlestown Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Clarence Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Crookwell Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Dorrigo Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Earlwood Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– East Concord Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Holbrook Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Hurlstone Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Leeton Soldiers Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Macksville Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Manangatang and District Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Mascot Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Moe Bowling Club (Vic) Read more

– Newwbolds Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– North Balwyn Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Picton Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Pymble Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Richmond Memorial Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Rosebud Bowling Club (Vic) Read more

– South Lismore Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Uralla Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Warren Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– West Coburg Bowling Club (Vic)

1948
– Ashbury Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Carisbrook Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Caulfield South Boewling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Drumcondra Bowling Club (Geelong) – (Vic) – Read more

– Evans Head Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Griffith Ex-service Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Kotara Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Narooma Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Pelican Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Portland Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Quandialla Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Seymour V.R.I. Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Templestowe Bowling Club (Vic) – Read more

– Wauchope Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– West Wallsend Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Wiseman’s Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

1949
– Albury Ladies Bowling Club (NSW – Read more

– Bundanoon Park Bowling Club (NSW) – Read more

– Doncaster Bowling Club (Vic)

– Irymple Bowling Club (Vic)

– Korumburra Bowling Club (Vic)

– Pakenham Bowling Club (Vic)

– Penshurst Bowling Club (Vic)

– Warrnambool City Memorial Bowling Club (Vic)

1950
– Dromana Country Club Bowling Section (Vic)

– Footscray Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hampton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Heywood Bowling Club (Vic)

– McKinnon Bowling Club (Vic)

– Pyramid and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– South Camberwell Bowling Club (Vic)

– White Hills Bowing Club (Vic)

– Whittlesea Bowling Club (Vic)

1951
– East Ivanhoe Bowling Club (Vic)

– Geelong R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Newstead owling Club (Vic)

– Stanhope BowlingClu(Vic)

1952
– Boronia Bowling Club (Vic)

– Caulfield Central R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Foster Bowling Club (Vic)

– Katandra West Bowling Club (Vic)

– Picola Bowling Club (Vic)

– South Oakleigh Bowling Club (Vic)

– Valley View (Kyabram) Bowling Club (Vic)

1953
– Alexandra Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Carnegie Bowling Club (Vic)

– Dandenong Recreation Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hastings and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Ocean Grove Bowling Club (Vic)

– Port Welshpool and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Stratford BowlingClub(Vic)

1954
-Birregurra Bowling Club (Vic)

– Camden Bowling Club (Vic)

– Culgoa Bowling Club (Vic)

– East Malvern R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hampton R.S.L.Bowling Club (Vic)

– Highett Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hurstbridge Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lorne Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mirboo North Bowling Club (Vic)

– Moorabbin Bowling Club (Vic)

– Piangle Bowling Club (Vic)

– Quambatook Bowling Club (Vic)

– Strathmore Bowling Club (Vic)

– Tawonga Bowling Club (Vic)

1955
– Ashburton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Beaumaris Bowling Club (Vic)

– Coomealla Bowling Club (N.S.W.)

– Garfield Bowling Club (Vic)

– Geelong Bowling Club (Vic)

– Glenroy Bowling Club (Vic)

– Gunbower Bowling Club (Vic)

– Harcourt Bowling Club (Vic)

– ICI-Deer Parek Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lockington Bowling Club (Vic)

– Rosamond Bowling Club (Vic)

– Serpentie Bowling Club (Vic)

– Sunnyside (Horsham) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Tooronga BowlingClub (Vic)

– Tungamah Bowling Clu (Vic)

– Wakool Bowling Club (Vic)

– Willison Bowling Club (Vic) – (Formerly Riversdale Bowling Club)

1956
– Aberfeldie Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Calivil Bowling Club (Vic)

– Derrinallum Bowling Club (Vic)

– Elsternwick Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Heyfield Bowling Club (Vic)

– Kooweerup Bowling Club (Vic)

– Ormond Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Ovens Bowling Club (Vic)

– Riversdale Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Somerville Bowling Club (Vic)

– Yarrawonga and Border Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

1957
– Avenue Bacchus Marsh Bowling Club (Vic)

– Berriwillock Bowling Club (Vic)

– Boolarra Bowling Club (Vic)

– Buckley Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Corowa United Services Bowling Club (Vic)

– Grangeburn (Hamilton) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Heathmont Bowling Club (Vic)

– Milawa Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mitta Valley Bowling Club (Vic)

– South Gippsland District Ladies Bowling Association (Vic)

– South Oakleigh Club (S.O.C.) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Tallygaroopna Bowling Club (Vic)

– Waubra Bowling Club (Vic)

1958
– Altona Bowling Club (Vic)

– Apollo Bay Bowling Club (Vic)

– Bennettswood Bowling Club (Vic)

– Calivil Bowling Club (Vic)

– Chadstone Bowling Club (Vic)

– Clifton Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Heidelberg Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Highton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mitcham Bowling Club (Vic)

– Murrumbeena Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Neerim District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Portland Memorial Bowling Club (Vic)

– Reservoir Bowling Club (Vic)

– Rye Bowling Club (Vic)

– Stathmerton Bowling Club (Vic)

– West Rosebud Bowling Club (Vic)

1959
– Balranald District Ex-Servicemen’s Memorial Bowling Club (Vic)

– Balwyn Bowling Club (Vic)

– Burden Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Dandenong Central Bowling Club (Vic)

– Dartmoor Bowling Club (Vic)

– Ensay Bowling Club (Vic)

– G.M.H. (Dandenong) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Greythorn Bowling Club (Vic)

– Keysborough Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lang Lang Bowling Club (Vic)

– Main Ridge Bowling Club (Vic)

– Moira Benalla Bowling Club (Vic)

– Phillip Island Bowling Club (Vic)

– Robinvale Bowling Club (Vic)

– Skipton Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– South Hawthorn R.S.L. and Citizens Bowling Club (Vic)

– Sunshine City Bowling Club (Vic)

1960
– Adaminaby Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Altona Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Air Force & Navy (Lakemba) – (NSW)

– Armidale Ex-Services Members Bowling Club (NSW)

– Anglesea Bowls Club (Vic)

– Ascot Park Bowling Club (SA)

– Augusta Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Avenel Bowls Club (Vic)

– Avoca Beach Men’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Balranald Ex-Services Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Bargo Men’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Belmont Park Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Bencubbin Bowls Club (WA)

– Bennettswood Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Booleroo Centre Bowling Club (SA)

– Bairnsdale Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Carlisle-Lathlian Ladies Bowling Club (WA) (Merged with Victoria Park to become Victoria Park Carlisle in 2012)

– Campbells Creek Bowling Club (VIC) “Read more”

– Claremont Bowls Club (TAS)

– Coatesville Bowling Club (Vic)

– Coolum Beach Bowls Club (QLD) Read morel

– Deepdene Bowling Club (Vic)

– Diamond Creek Bowling Clubh (Vic)

– Dookie Bowling Club (Vic)

– Edwardstown Bowls Club (SA)

– Inverloch Bowling Club Inc (Vic)

– Keysborough Bowls Club (Vic)

– Langhorne Creek Bowling Club (SA)

– Lennox Hill Women’s Bowls Club (NSW)

– Loch and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mt Xavier Bowls Club (Vic)

– Marysville Bowls Club (Vic)

– Mulgrave Country Club (Vic)

– North Beach Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Parilla Bowling Club Inc (SA)

– Riverton Ladies Bowling Club (WA) named changed to Riverton-Rossmoyne Ladies Bowling Club 1984, then changed to Rossmoyne Ladies Bowling Club in 2012

– Rosanna Bowls Club Inc (Vic)

– Sunbury Bowling Club (Vic)

– Timboon Bowling Club (Vic)

– Willaura Bowling Club (Vic)

– Wembley Ladies Bowling Club (WA) Changed name to Lake Monger in 2000

1961
– South Australia and Western Australia each granted the title “Royal”.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Sydney, NSW. 3,500 entries.

– Anglesea Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Auburn RSL Bowling Club Limited (NSW)

– Air Force Memorial Bowling Club (NSW)

– Bankstown RSL Bowling Club (NSW)

– Bruthen Bowls Club (Vic)

– City of Colac Bowling Club (Vic)

– Clayton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Chalambar Golf Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Club Mulwala Bowls – formerly Mulwala R.S.L. (Vic)

– Dookie Bowling Club (Vic)

– Dandenong R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lancefield Bowling Club (Vic)

– Junee Ex Services Memorial Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Mathoura Bowls Club (Vic)

– Mulwala and District Services Club Bowls Section (Vic)

– Parkdale Bowling Club (Vic)

– Pilkington I.C.I. (Geelong) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Sunshine City Bowling Club (Vic)

– Swanbourne Ladies Bowling Club (WA) dissolved in 2001

– Rosanna Bowling Club (Vic)

– Yarragon Bowls Club (Vic)

1962
– Meeting of International Bowling Board held in Perth. Change of Constitution of IBB.

– Appointment of first overseas President other than from the United Kingdom, W.Hay Esq, USA appointed for two year term.

– Armadale Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Ashford Memorial Bowling Club (NSW)

– Avenel Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Blayney Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Chester Hill RSL Women’s Bowls Club (NSW) Read more

– Cobram Barooga Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Cohuna Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Concord R.S.L. Bowling Club (NSW)

– Cranbourne Bowling Club (Vic)

– Elizabeth Lawn Bowling Club Inc (SA)

– Gisborne and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Hilton Park Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Lalor Bowling Club (Vic)

– Long Island (Frankston) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Macarthur Bowling Club (Vic)

– Montmorency Bowls Club (Vic)

– Pennant Hills Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Ryde X Phoenix Bowling Club (formerly Ryde Ex Services Bowling Club) (NSW)

– San Remo Bowls Club Inc (Vic)

– Sunshine V.R.I. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Trafalgar Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Warrnambool Lawn Tennis Club BowlingClub (Vic)

– Winchelsea Bowling Club (Vic)

– Yarra Junction Bowls Club (*Vic)

1963
– Concept of first World Bowls Championship envisaged by Dr Neil Benjamin.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Brisbane, QLD. 2,300 entries.

– Ballidu Bowls Club (WA)

– Ballina RSL Club Men’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Carnegie R.S.L. and Citizens’ Bowls Club (Vic) (from 1986 to 1998 was known as Carnegie Memorial Recreation Ladies Bowling Club)

– Clearview Bowling Club (SA)

– Cohuna Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Colac Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Concord RSL Bowling Club (NSW)

– Elizabeth Lawn Bowling Club Inc (SA)

– Hurstbridge Bowling Club (Vic)

– Keilor Bowling Club (Vic)

– Maribyrnong Park Bowls Club Inc (Vic)

– North Balwyn R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Romsey Bowling Club (Vic)

– St. Leonards BowlingClub (Vic)

– Swanpool Bowls Club (Vic)

– Wallan Bowling Club (Vic)

– Yarra Glen Bowling Club Inc (Vic)

1964
– First official International visit between National Authorities of IBB Affiliation.

– Australia visited South Africa, 3 test matches played, won by South Africa 2-1. Australian players were, L.Shean (NSW), D.Downie (NSW), K.Dwyer (QLD), J.M.Dobbie (VIC), E.Dawkins (SA), G.Fry (TAS), B.Katunarich (WA), Manager W.J.(Jack) Spear (VIC).

– Ballarat City Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Berrigan Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Bateau Bay Bowling Club (NSW)

– Beachport Bowling Club Inc (SA)

– Beacon Bowls Club (WA)

– Bendigo V.R.I. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Blackburn North Bowls Club (Vic)

– Box Hill R.S.L. Bowls Club (Vic)

– Carrington Park Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Cootamundra Ex-Services W.B.C (NSW) Read more

– Croppa Creek Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Darebin Bowls Club (Vic) formerly Faircote Bowling Club

– Dendy Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Fawkner Bowling Club (Vic)

– Footscray R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Faircote Bowling Club (Vic)

– Fawkner Bowling Club (Vic)

– Kerang Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lithgow Workmen’s Club Bowls Section (NSW)

– Mooroopna Golf Bowls Club (Vic

– Mount Waverley Bowls Club (Vic)

– North Bendigo Bowling Club (Vic)

– Newstead Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Paynesville Bowls Club (Vic) “Read more”

– Sorell Bowls Club (TAS)

– St. James Bowling Club (Vic)

– Toora BowlingClub (Vic)

– Valentine Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)-

– Waverley Golf Club Ltd – Bowls Section (Vic)

– Yalama Park (Frankston) Bowling Club (Vic)

1965
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Adelaide, SA. 4,435 entries.

– Cobram Barooga Bowling Club (Vic) (-formerley Cobram Barooga Golf Club Vic in 1962)

– Borden Bowls Club (WA)

– Ferntree Gully Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lake Wendouree Bowling Club (Vic)

– LaraBowling Club (Vic)

– Maryborough Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Monbulk Bowling Club (Vic)

– Morisset Hospital Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Mour Bowls Club Inc (QLD)

– Mount Eliza Bowling Club (Vic)

– Numurkah Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Narwee Women’s Bowling Club (NSW) dissolved June 1994

– R.S.L. Park (Frankston) Bowling Club (Vic)

– St John’s Park Bowls Club Inc.(TAS)

– Wooli Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

1966
– First World Bowls Championships played at Kyeemagh Bowls Club (NSW). Conducted by RNSWBA for the ABC with Ampol Petroleum Ltd, as the sponsor. Games televised. Series trophy-the W.M. Leonard Trophy won by Australia. Australia won Gold Medals in Pairs and Triples and a Silver Medal in the Fours. 16 countries competed. Australian players were, J.M.Dobbie (VIC)., A.Johnson (NSW), G.Kelly (NSW), D.Collins (SA), A(Bert) Palm (QLD), Manager W.J.(Jack) Spear (VIC).

– Austral Bowling Club (NSW)

– Ballan Ladies Bowls Club (Vic)

– Balmoral Bowls Club (Vic)

– Bendigo V.R.I. Bowls Club (Vic)

– Bendigo V.R.I. Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Cockburn Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Dennington Bowls Club (formerly Nestle’-Dennington Bowling Club (Vic)

– Dubbo Railway Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Eaton Bowling & Social Club (Wa)

– Finley Returned Services Bowling Club (NSW)

– Fish Creek Bowling Club (Vic)

– Inverell R.S.M. Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Kalannie Sports Club (WA)

– Mathoura District & Servicemen’s Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mount Eliza Bowling (Vic)

– Moyhu Bowls Club (Vic)

– Norlane Bowling Club (Vic)

– Nambour Heights Bowls Club (QLD)

– Old Bar Beach Men’s Bowls Club (NSW)

– Paynesville Bowling Club (Vic)

– Thorpedale and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Traralgon R.S.L. Bowls Club (Vic)

– Trevallyn Bowls Club (TAS)

1967
– AWBC constitution revised to include Australian Championships as follows; one single and one pair from each state. PLay to be singles 31 up, pairs 21 ends, Round Robin format.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Melbourne, VIC. 4,000 entries.

– Albury Sailors Soldiers & Airman’s Sport & Bowling Club (NSW)

– Altona Sports Club (formerly Altona Working Men’s Club – Ladies Bowls Section) Vic

– Altona Sports Club (formerly Altona Working Men’s Club – Men’s Bowls Section (Vic)

– Barham and District Memorial Sports Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Bendigo Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Blackburn R.S.L.& C?? (Vic)

– Camden R.S.L Men’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Dandenong Workers Bowling Club (Vic)

– Eildon Bowling Club (Vic)

– Finley Returned Services Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Hamilton R,S,L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– Linton and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Moore Park Bowls & Sports Club Inc. (QLD)

– Moura Women’s Bowling Club Inc (QLD)

– Old Bar Beach Men’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Ramsgate RSL Womens Bowling Club NSW)

– Renmark RSL & District Bowling Club (SA)

– Seddon Bowling Club (Vic)

– SmeatonBowling Club (Vic)

– Traralgon R.S.L. Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

1968
– Bolgart Bowls Club (WA)

– Christies Beach Bowling Club (SA)

– Carrington Park Bowling Club (Vic)

– Dennington Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Edithvale Bowling Club (Vic)

– Fibremakers Bowling Club (Vic)

– Macarthur Bowls Club (Vic)

– Macarthur Ladies Bowls Club (Vic)

– Moore Park Beach Bowls & Sports Club – Ladies Bowls Section (Qld)

– Puckapunyal Bowling Club (Vic)

– Rathmines Memorial Women’s Bowling Club (NSW) (formerly Rathmines Country Club Women’s Bowling Club)

– Rosebud Country Club Bowling Club (Vic)

– St.Kilda Football Club Bowling Club (Vic)

– Stawell Golf BowlingClu (Vic)

– Shoalhaven Heads Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Stuarts Point Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Wanneroo Country Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Whyalla Golf Bowling Club (SA)

1969
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Perth, WA.

– Altona Sports Bowls Club (formerly Altona Working Men’s Club) Vic

– Arthurton Bowling Club Inc (SA)

– Bairnsdale Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Bairnsdale Golf Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– East Shepparton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Karingal Bowling Club (Vic)

– Lindenow Bowling Club (Vic)

– Longwarry Bowls Club (Vic)

– Midlands Golf Bowls Club (Ballarat) (Vic)

– Morwell Club Bowls Section (Vic)

– Rosebud Country Club (Vic)

– Wareena Park Bowls Club (Vic)

1970
– Albatross (Jervis Bay) – (NSW)

– Aradale Mental Hospital Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Morley Park Ladies Bowling Club (WA): Merged with Midland to become Midland-Morrison Park Ladies Bowling Club

– Thornlie Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Waverley Golf Club Ltd – Ladies Bowls Section (Vic)

– Lake Boga Bowling Club (Vic)

– Spotswood – Kingsville R.S.L. Bowling Club (Vic)

– St Arnaud Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Warracknabeal Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Webbcona Bowling Club (Vic)

1971
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Hobart, TAS.

– Barwon Heads Bowling Club (Vic)

– Leopold Sporetsman (Geelong) Bowling Club (Vic)

– Swan Hill Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Barwon Heads Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Innaloo Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Mills Park Ladies Bowling Club (WA) – Merged with Cannington to become Canning District Ladies Bowling Club

– Warracknabeal Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Warracknabeal Ladies Gold Bowls Club (Vic)

1972
– Balranald Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Branxholm Bowls Club (Vic)

– Bullcreek A.F.A. Ladies Bowling Club (Formerly Air Force Ladies Bowling Association) – (WA)

– Bundoora Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– W.A. Yugoslav Ladies Bowling Club (WA) Changed to Stirling Ladies Bowls Club in 1994

– Warrawee Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Bundoora Bowling Club (Vic)

– Kyneton Golf Bowling Club (Vic)

– Landsborough and District Bowling Club (Vic)

1973
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Sydney, NSW.

– Corinella Bowling Club (Vic)

– Rosedale Bowling Club (Vic)

– Loxton RSL & District Bowling Club (SA)

– Woodgate Ladies Bowling Club (QLD)

1974
– Davistown RSL Women’s Bowling Club ()

– Glen Waverley Bowls Club Inc (Vic)

– Hahndorf Bowling Club (SA)

– Metung Bowls Club (Vic)

– Tambo Valley Bowling Club (Vic)

– Tin Can Bay Bowls Club (QLD)

– Tooleybuck Bowling Club (Vic)

– Yarra Valley Country Club – Ladies Bowls Section (Vic)

– Yarra Valley Country Club – Men’s Bowls Section (Vic)

– W.A. Blind Ladies Bowling Club (WA) Became Vision Impaired Blind Ladies Bowling Club of WA in 2012 – Associated Club

1975
– Charles Smart retired as the Secretary of the Australian Bowls Council after a period of service of 39 years. John Dobbie (VIC) appointed as Hon. Secretary of Australian Bowls Council.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Brisbane, QLD.

– Cockatoo and District Bowling Club (Vic)

– Laverton Bowling Club (Vic)

– Pickering Brook Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

1976
– Woodbury Bowling Club (Vic)

– Sorrento Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

1977
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Adelaide, SA. 5,000 entires.

– Binalong Golf Ladies Bowling Club (NSW)

– Bindoon Bowls Club (WA)

– Clifton Spring Bowling Club (Vic)

– Howitt Park Bowls Club (Vic)

– Mt Martha Bowls & Social Club Inc (Vic)

– Morley Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Roleystone Ladies Bowling Club (WA) – No female members since 2015

1978
– Bannockburn and District Bowls Club (Vic)

– Mingara Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

1979
– Inaugural series of Australian National Championship of State Champions. Fours, Pairs and Singles played Melbourne, Victoria. Singles event won by S.Leonard (NSW).

– Inauguration of the Inter Dominion Tournament.

– Australia vs New Zealand played in Brisbane, Queensland. Australia won the series. Australian players, K.Poole (QLD), J.Snell (VIC), K.Metham (NSW),R.Taylor (WA), A.Sandercock (SA).

– Format of Women’s National Championship changed to a 16 side representatives from each state.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Melbourne, VIC. 5,271 entries.

– Bannockburn and District Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Badgingarra Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Caboolture Memorial Ladies Bowling Club (Qld)

– Port Bouvard Bowling Club (WA)

– Solander Lake Bowls Club INC.(QLD)

– Solander Lake Ladies Bowling Club (QLD)

1980
– The World Bowls Championships had major TV coverage of bowls in Australia and encouraged the development of the ABC television series, Mazda Jack High. The series, planned for the long term, brought together four top Australians against four leading overseas contenders. Fourteen episodes and fourteen repeats were televised

– Badgingarra Bowls Club (WA).

– Bellevue R.S.L. Ladies Bowling Club (Dissolved in 2012) – (WA)

– Club Mulwala Ladies Bowling Club (Vic

– Dalmeny Bowling Club Limited (NSW)

– Mooroolbark Bowls Club (Vic)

– Quinns Rocks Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Sale Golf Bowls Club (Vic) “Read

– Sun City Yanchep Ladies Bowling Club (WA) Known now as Yanchep Ladies Bowling Club

1981
– Introduction of professional standards in bowls. Change of ABC Constitution and re-testing of bowls within Australia abandoned.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Perth, WA.

– Ballina R.S.L. Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Bayswater Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Eltham Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mooroolbark Bowls Club Inc (Vic)

1982
– Brisbane hosts Commonwealth Games.

– Women’s Triples introduced for the first time.

– Australia won gold in Fours.

– Balnarring Bowls and Social Club (Vic)

– Melton Bowls Club (Vic)

– Strathfieldsaye Bowls Club (Vic)

– Stathfieldsaye Ladies Bowls Club (Vic)

– Westlake Bowling Club (SA

1983
– Australian Bowls Council amended Constitution to grant Australian Capital Territory associate affiliation with restricted rights.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Hobart, (TAS)

– Baxter Village Bowls Club (Vic)

– Baxter Village Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Durack Inala Bowling Club (QLD)

– Happy Valley Bowling Club Inc (SA)

– Nollamara Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

1984
– The first Australia Games staged in Melbourne, Victoria at Doncaster B.C. with international representation from New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

– Men and women participated in separate competition under the organisation of the Australian Bowls Council. I. Dickison, New Zealand won the Singles Event.

– G.K.Putland, South Australia, elected as Senior Vice President of the International Bowling Board. John.M.Dobbie (VIC) elected a Life Member of the International Bowling Board

– Balnarring Ladies Bowls and Social Club (Vic)

– Chirnside Park Country Club Bowls (Vic)

– Eastwood Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Wentworthville Leagues Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

1985
– J.M.Dobbie (VIC), retired as Hon, Secretary.

– First full time Executive Officer was appointed to administrate the affairs of the Australian Bowls Council. Al Mewett of NSW appointed and office established in Sydney (NSW).

– Inauguration of the Pacific Championships on a two years basis. First played at Tweed Heads B.C. Gold Coast (QLD). Fours, Triples, Pairs and Singles for men and women in separate competitions. Arrangements in conjunction with AWBC. Australian players; D.Katunarich (WA), A. Black (NSW), W.Bonagura (SA), D.Sherman (VIC), K.Poole (QLD), Manager, Morris Clarke.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Sydney, NSW.

– Hoppers Crossing Club – Bowls Club (Vic)

– Munno Para Bowling & Community Club (SA)

– Spreyton Bowls Club (TAS)

– Village Glen Bowls Club (Vic)

– Willetton Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

1986
– International Bowling Board meeting at Edinburgh in July when G.K.Putland OAM, Australia, elected as President. Bede O’Brien (QLD) appointed as Hon. Secretary of IBB

– Bendigo and District Servicemen’s Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Boddington Bowls Club (WA).

– Cloverdale Ladies Bowling Club (WA) – (merged with Belmont Park to become Belmont City Ladies Bowling Club in 1995)

– McLaren Flat Bowling (SA)

1987
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Brisbane, (QLD.)

– Bayswater Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Bruny Bowls Club (TAS) Read more

– Dandaragan Bowling Club Inc (WA)

– Ferny Grove Bowls, Sport & Community Club Inc (Formerly Bunya Bowls Club) (QLD)

– Marlin Coast Bowling Club Inc (QLD)

1988
– First Australian Indoor Championship held at Tweed Heads Stadium, won by D.Dalton (NSW).

– First players outside the UK to win the World Indoor Bowls Championship Pairs, I.Schuback (QLD), J.Yates (VIC).

– First Australian Junior Championship introduced -venue Sydney. Winners, Singles C.Curtis (NSW) Pairs C.Curtis (NSW) S.McKenzie (NSW).

– Camperdown Golf Bowls Club (Vic)

– Donvale Bowls Club (Vic)

– Kardinya Bowling Club (WA) “Read more”

– Leeming Ladies Bowls Cub (WA)

– Nova Gardens Bowling Club Inc (SA)

– Ravenswood Bowls Club (TAS)

– Reynella Bowling Club (SA)

– St Albans Bowls Club Inc (Vic)

1989
– Television series Mazda Jack High went into recess after 9 years on ABCTV.

– Introduction of 5 year plan at the instigation of the Australian Sports Commission. Plan and budget required to cover administration, national and international competition, Coaching, Junior development and promotional activities.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Adelaide, SA. 4,788 entries.

– Balmoral Gardens Bowls Club (Vic)

– Balmoral Gardens Ladies Bowls Club (Vic)

– Forrestfield Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Hope Valley Bowling & Community Club Inc. (SA)

– Tocumwal Bowls Club (Vic)

– Warnbro Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

1990
– Australian Championships title transferred from the Champion of State Champions event.

– Australian best ever performance at Commonwealth Games winning three gold medals. Rob Parrella – Men’s Singles. Ian Schuback and Trevor Morris – Mens Pairs and Women’s fours

1991
– Australian Bowls Council adopts new corporate name and becomes Bowls Australia Inc. Delegates reduced from three to two for the six States and one each for ACT and NT.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Melbourne, VIC. 4,600 entries.

– Pacific Palms Bowling Club (NSW)

1992
– Bowls Australia adopts the policy of appointing a Side Manager outside Council and for fixed term. First appointment-Keith Poole MBE (QLD).

– First player outside the UK wins the World Indoor Bowls Singles Championship -Ian Schuback (NSW).

– First Australian to be elected as President of the World Indoor Bowls Council, Al Mewett of Bowls Australia.

– Mazda Jack High returned to television. Played at Tweed heads and telecast by Channel 9. Winner – Rob Parrella (QLD).

– First President of Bowls Australia to be elected by vote after Council agrees to terminate the rota system – Ron Tuckerman (ACT).

– Australia win gold in fours at women’s world championship (Leamington Spa, England) Skippered by Margaret Sumner (VIC).

– Gracemere Bowling Club Inc (QLD)

– Greensborough Bowling Club (Vic)

– Mount Cottrell Bowling Club Inc (Vic)

1993
– New company formed to control and conduct Bowls Australia events both national and international. The Company to be known as Bowls Event Management Ltd.

– Article of Association allow for personnel with special expertise to become board members. Such personnel may or may not belong to the Bowls fraternity.

– Public announcement confirmed World Bowls 1996 to be held in Adelaide.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Perth, WA. 3,642 entries.

– Binningup Bowls Club (WA)

– Spearwood Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

– Vermont South Club (Vic)

– Warwick Bowling Club Inc (WA)

– Warwick Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

1994
– Australia wins Gold Medal in men’s pairs at Commonwealth Games. Rex Johnston and Cameron Curtis, youngest ever gold medal winner at 23 years of age.

1995
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Hobart, TAS. 2,497 entries.

– Broadmeadows Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Couglin Park Bowls Club (Vic)
– Willow Lodge Bowls Club (Vic)

1996
– Bowls Australia Council decides to implement a Merchandising Scheme. The Council decides to form a Board of Management composed of the President as its Chairman and having 3 directors elected to represent the Bowling fraternity and three independent directors elected for their expertise outside bowls although they may be bowlers. The Chief Executive Officer is included on the Board without voting rights.

– Australia stages Men’s WBC (Lockleys, SA).

– Beaumaris Bowls Club ( WA)

– Camberwell Central Ladies Bowling Club (Vic) – (this formation as a result of the amalgamation of City of Camberwell and South Camberwell Bowling Clubs)

– Collingwood Northcote Bowling Club (Vic)

– Joondalup Ladies Bowling Club (formerly Beaumaris Ladies Bowling Club) – (WA)

1997
– Talks commence between the Australian Women’s Bowls Council and Bowls Australia to determine whether it is possible for the two bodies to merge and the conditions of the merger if it is considered feasible.

– Australian Men’s Pairs Championship – Alice Springs

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Sydney, NSW.

– Unification Committee formed.

– Australian Indoor Championship.

– Asia Pacific Championship

– Australia Junior Championship

– Bell Post Hill Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Merriwa A.F.A. Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

1998
– Contract secured with ABC TV and Fox Sports who guarantee over 30 hours of free to air and 70 hours of pay TV for the sport.

– Australia wins gold medal in Men’s pairs at Commonwealth Games. B. Duprez and M. Jacobson.

– Barooga Sports (formerly Cobram Barooga Golf) Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Derwent City Bowls Club Inc (formerly City Bowls Club and Derwent Bowls Club) (TAS)

1999
– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Brisbane, QLD. 2,623 entries.

– Brighton Bowling and Tennis Club Ladies Bowling Club (Vic)

– Darebin City Bowling Club (Vic)

2000
– Australian Men’s Team win Leonard Trophy for best performed team at World Bowls Championships.

2001
– Australia host the Asia Pacific Championships in Moama.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Adelaide, TAS. 2,052 entries.

– Belmont Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

– Grafton District Services Women’s Bowling Club (formerly Grafton City Bowling Club and Grafton RSL Bowling Club (NSW)

– North Head Women’s Bowling Club (NSW)

2002
– Bowls Australia and Women’s Bowls Australia form one national body.

– Commonwealth Games hosted in Manchester – Karen Murphy wins a silver medal in the women’s singles.

2003
– Rob Dobbins appointed as National Coach for both the men and women.

– Get on the Green program launched.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Melbourne, VIC.

2004
– Mens World Bowls Tournament
Gold Singles: Steve Glasson
Fours: Brett Duprez, Michael Wilks, Kelvin Kerkow & Kevin Wals

– Womens World Bowls Tournament
Pairs: Maria Rigby & Karen Murphy
Triples: Jenny Harragon, Katrina Wright & Roma Dunn

– Rob Dobbins retires as National Coach.

– Cameron Curtis appointed as National Coach and Ian Schuback appointed as Technical Coach.

– The successful introduction of Bowls Australia’s new event calendar with grand prix tournaments being held at leading clubs across Australia.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Newcastle, NSW
Ballarat Memorial Sports Bowling Club (Vic)

2005
– Bowls Australia successfully staged the inaugural Australian Open at the Yarraville-Footscray bowling club from 15-19 March.

– In conjunction with the Australian Open, Bowls Australia together with AUSRAPID hosted the inaugural Australian Bowls Classic for bowlers with an intellectual disability.

– The first World Cup was staged in Hong Kong by World Bowls. Australian representative Mark Casey won the men’s singles crown and Lynsey Armitage secured the women’s singles at the World Junior Cup.

– AWBC (Women’s National Championship) held in Hobart, TAS.

2006
– Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games

– The Australian bowls team records its best ever effort at a Commonwealth Games with three gold medals, a silver and a bronze from six events. Australia’s previous best was in 1990 when the side won three gold and a silver. The huge medal haul also betters the record by any country since 1986 when the bowls competition first comprised six disciplines.
Women’s results
QF Singles: Maria Rigby – QF
Gold Pairs: Lynsey Armitage & Karen Murphy
Silver Triples: Noi Tucker, Roma Dunn & Ceri Ann Davies – Silver
Men’s results
Gold singles: Kelven Kerkow
Bronze pairs: Barrie Lester & Nathan Rice
Gold triples: Bill Cornehls, Wayne Turley & Mark Casey

2007
– Asia Pacific Championships
The Australian team created history with an unprecedented four gold, two silver and two bronze medals.
Gold medallists
Women’s pairs – Lynsey Armitage & Karen Murphy
Men’s pairs – Leif Selby & Nathan Rice
Men’s triples – Bill Cornehls, Wayne Turley & Mark Casey
Men’s fours – Leif Selby, Bill Cornehls, Wayne Turley & Mark Casey

– Trans Tasman
The Australian team again created history by eliminating the New Zealand team in just two days of play. The team consisted of:
Julie Keegan, Karen Murphy, Kelsey Cottrell, Sharyn Renshaw & Claire Duke
Nathan Rice, Barrie Lester, Scott Caundle, Wayne Turley & Anthony Kiepe

– World Team Cup
Australia organised and hosted the inaugural World Team Cup, hosted by Tweed Heads Bowls Club. Australia won the title for both the men’s and women’s divisions.
Men’s team – Aron Sherriff, Wayne Turley & Nathan Rice
Women’s team – Kelsey Cottrell, Julie Keegan & Karen Murphy
Valley Ladies Bowling Club (WA)

2008
– Trans Tasman test series
Australia retained both the men’s and women’s trophies with strong victories against New Zealand inside of two days at the Burnside Bowling Club in Christchurch. The team consisted of:
Mark Casey, Nathan Rice, Wayne Turley, Aron Sherriff, Bill Cornehls
Karen Murphy, Kelsey Cottrell, Claire Duke, Julie Keegan, Lynsey Armitage

– World Championships
Australia had its best result at the World Championships, finishing the event with seven medals from eight events. Our women’s team claimed four medals from four events, including one gold, two silver and one bronze, as well as the Taylor Trophy as the number one women’s team in the world. Our men’s team claimed two Silver and one bronze, with our triples team going down to Fiji in a quarter-final. Our men’s team finished the event one point off top spot to be ranked number two in the world.
Women’s team:
Gold medal: Fours (Karen Murphy, Julie Keegan, Claire Duke, Lynsey Armitage)
Silver medal: Triples (Claire Duke, Julie Keegan, Kelsey Cottrell)
Bronze medal: Singles (Kelsey Cottrell)
Bronze medal: Pairs (Karen Murphy, Lynsey Armitage)
Men’s team:
Silver medal: Fours (Mark Casey, Wayne Turley, Nathan Rice, Bill Cornehls)
Silver medal: Singles (Aron Sherriff)
Bronze medal: Pairs (Nathan Rice, Aron Sherriff)

2009

2010
– Awards Night
Bowls Australia staged its inaugural Awards Night in Melbourne. 11 of the sport’s premier athletes and administrators were rewarded for their contribution of the year. The Awards Night would become an annual fixture on the Bowls Australia calendar.

– Trans Tasman, Bundaberg
Australia fired an ominous warning ahead of the up-coming Commonwealth Games after clean sweeping New Zealand in the Trans Tasman test series in Bundaberg.
Men’s: Australia wins 4-2 and reclaims the men’s trophy
Women’s: Australia wins 3-3 on a count back and retains the women’s trophy
Overall Trans Tasman: Australia wins 7-5 and reclaims the overall Trans Tasman trophy

– Delhi Commonwealth Games
Australia finished with three silver and one bronze medal.
-Mudgee Women’s Bowling Club (formerly Mudgee Women’s Bowling Club and Mudgee Soldier’s Women’s Bowling Club)(NSW)

– Woodlands Park Bowls Club (Vic)

2011
– Hall of Fame
Bowls Australia staged its inaugural Hall of Fame in Adelaide, commemorate the sport’s most deserving figures for their achievements both on and off the green, with induction representing the highest level of peer recognition for an individual’s performance or contribution to the sport.
39 past and present athletes and administrators were inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011, which would go on to be held every two years.

– Asia Pacific Championships
Australian concluded the 15-nation Asia Pacific Championships with a final medal haul of two gold, five silver and a bronze medal

2012
– Corowa Civic Bowls Club (Vic)

– Trans Tasman, Lockleys Bowling Club
Australia retained the men’s trophy, 2-1
Australia claimed women’s trophy 2-1
Australia won overall trophy 4-2
Australian players: Lynsey Armitage, Karen Murphy, Kelsey Cottrell, Rebecca Quail, Natasha Van Eldik, Leif Selby, Aron Sherriff, Brett Wilkie, Wayne Ruediger, Mark Casey.

– SA International Series, Holdfast Bay.
The green and gold nation completed the six-nation tournament with eight medals from as many disciplines; winning three gold and five silver to reaffirm its status as a world powerhouse in the lead up to lawn bowls’ pinnacle event; the 24-nation World Championships.

– World Championships, Adelaide’s Lockleys and Holdfast Bay Bowls Clubs.
Australia capped off a stellar year with a scintillating performance at the 2012 World Championships.
The final count saw the host country finish on five gold and two silver medals, ahead of Scotland on three gold and three bronze, and New Zealand on three silver and two bronze.
Every member of the ten-strong Jackaroos team exited the event with a coveted golden medallion around their neck and a world title to their name.
Australian results:
Men’s singles: Gold – Leif Selby
Women’s singles: Gold – Karen Murphy
Men’s pairs: Silver – Leif Selby and Aron Sherriff
Women’s pairs: Gold – Kelsey Cottrell and Rebecca Quail
Men’s triples: Silver – Wayne Ruediger, Brett Wilkie and Mark Casey
Women’s triples: Gold – Natasha Van Eldik, Lynsey Armitage and Karen Murphy
Men’s fours: Gold – Wayne Ruediger, Brett Wilkie, Mark Casey and Aron Sherriff
Women’s fours: No medal.

2013
– Trans Tasman
Australia claimed the overall trophies for senior, development and under-18 competitions, with New Zealand’s only test victory coming courtesy of their Under-18 boys’ contingent.

For the first time since the event’s inception, the senior, development and under-18 Trans Tasman events were all staged simultaneously.

– Palm Lake Resort Truganina Bowls Club

2014
– Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland
Australian Jackaroos Team-
Women’s Singles- Kelsey Cottrell
Women’s Pairs- Carla Odgers, Natasha Scott
Women’s Triples- Lynsey Clarke, Karen Murphy, Kelsey Cottrell (silver)
Women’s Fours- Carla Odgers, Natasha Scott, Lynsey Clarke, Karen Murhy
Men’s Singles- Aron Sherriff (bronze)
Men’s Pairs- Brett Wilkie, Aron Sherriff
Men’s Triples- Wayne Ruediger, Nathan Rice, Matthew Flapper
Men’s Fours- Wayne Ruediger, Brett Wilkie, Nathan Rice, Matthew Flapper (bronze)

2015
– Trans-Tasman- Burnside Bowling Club, Christchurch NZ
The Australian Men, Development Women and Development Men all won their respective overall trophies.

– The Australian Open was staged on the Gold Coast for the first time in the events 10 year history. Participation records were broken and the tournament became the richest bowls event in the world carrying a huge $225,000 prize pool.

– Asia Pacific Championships- Burnside Bowling Club and Club Papanui, Christchurch NZ
Australia claimed the overall women’s trophy and finished a narrow second in the men’s overall behind New Zealand with a total of 4 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals of a possible 8.
Women’s Singles- Karen Murphy (gold)
Women’s Pairs- Kelsey Cottrell, Karen Murphy (gold)
Women’s Triples- Carla Odgers, Anne Johns, Natasha Scott (silver)
Women’s Fours- Carla Odgers, Kelsey Cottrell, Anne Johns, Natasha Scott (gold)
Men’s Singles- Aron Sherriff (gold)
Men’s Pairs- Ray Pearse, Nathan Rice (bronze)
Men’s Triples- Wayne Ruediger, Mark Casey, Aron Sherriff (bronze)
Men’s Fours- Wayne Ruediger, Ray Pearse, Nathan Rice, Mark Casey (silver)

– Torrensville Bowling Club (SA)

2016
– Royal Melbourne Golf Club Bowls Section (Vic)