The Bowls Premier League (BPL) is the sport’s made-for-television, showpiece event.
The BPL is staged biannually, at Queensland’s Club Pine Rivers in November and New South Wales/Victoria border club Moama in February.
The event was designed to change people’s perception of our sport and as we gear up for BPL10 we can safely say, bowls is bigger and better than ever before.
The BPL is the 20-20 of bowls, it’s fast, it’s loud, it attracts the world’s best bowlers and it appeals to non-bowlers who once upon a time may have seen bowls in a different light.
The players have embraced the BPL format and done a terrific job entertaining the crowds at the host venues and back at home tuning into the live broadcast on Fox Sports, Kayo Sports and Sky Sport NZ.
#BPL08 – Sweet Caroline #2
So good, we had to do it again… 🔥🔥🔥Sweet Caroline, 🎬2️⃣#BPL08Posted by Bowls Australia on Friday, 16 November 2018
November 12-15, 2019
Club Pine Rivers, Brisbane, Queensland
Day Sessions: From 10:30am AEST
Night Sessions: From 5pm AEST (Finals – Friday night)
Adelaide Pioneers: Wayne Ruediger, Scott Thulborn, Bec Van Asch (Coach – Les Carter)
Brisbane Pirates: Alex Marshall, Michael Breen, Kelsey Cottrell (Coach – Dave Edwards)
Melbourne Pulse: Gary Kelly, Barrie Lester, Natasha Scott (Coach – Rob Wilson)
Melbourne Roys: Aaron Wilson, Matt Flapper, Carla Krizanic (Coach – Ian Ewing)
Murray Steamers: Ryan Bester, David Ferguson, Ellen Ryan (Coach – Barry Brennan)
Perth Suns: Lee Schraner, Cody Packer, Kristina Krstic (Coach – Pieter Harris)
Sydney Lions: Aron Sherriff, Ben Twist, Karen Murphy (Coach – Steve Glasson)
Tweed Heads Ospreys: Aaron Teys, Kurt Brown, Chloe Stewart (Coach – Wayne Turley)
APL01 – Brisbane Gold
APL02 – Murray Steamers
APL03 – New Zealand Blackjacks
BPL04 – Sydney Lions
BPL05 – Sydney Lions
BPL06 – Sydney Lions
BPL07 – Gold Coast Hawks
BPL08 – Brisbane Pirates
BPL09 – Illawarra Gorillas
(The BPL was formerly known as the APL – Australian Premier League)