UPCOMING EVENTs 2021

Maroon arm bowlers (pairs)

Wednesday, 28 July

The Maroon Arm Bowlers (Pairs) is restricted to regular Arm Bowlers only.

Teams will play three games of three bowl pairs - 12 ends or the bell:

  • Game 1 10:00am - 11.25am

  • Game 2 11:30am -12:55pm

  • Game 3 1:45pm - 3.10pm

The presentation will take place at 3:45pm Wednesday afternoon. 

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Blue Ribbon Pairs

Sunday, 15 August - Monday, 16 August

Played over two days with four games on Sunday to determine the Top 8 qualifiers who will play a knockout for the a share of the prize money whilst the remaining qualifiers with play in sections to determine the winner and runner up. With a prize purse of $4000 the winning team will take away $1500.

The tournament kicks off at 8.45am on Sunday so come on down, support the teams and enjoy some great bowls at Broadbeach Bulls. 

district Men's Pennant finals

Saturday, 28 August - Sunday, 29 August

The last weekend in August Broadbeach Bulls will host the Complete Turf Renovations District Pennant 2021 Men's finals. Over two days of intense competition the winners of Divisions 1, 2, 3 and 4 will be decided. 

Broadbeach 5-a-side

Monday, 30 August - Friday, 3 September

A total prize pool of $60,000 guarantees competition will be fierce as 24 of the best teams in Australia go head to head another over four days of competition to take out a first prize of $20,000. After 14 rounds the top six teams will go into the playoffs with the top two going straight into Friday morning's semi-finals.  

To keep the excitement going for non-players we'll be running a Calcutta on Sunday, 29 August - so grab your tickets and join in the fun! 

Ladies Prestige Pairs

Sunday, 12 September - Monday, 13 September

In conjunction with our sponsor Bowlers Paradise, Broadbeach Bulls is hosting the Ladies Prestige Pairs. Two days of exciting days of competition will see some of the best women bowlers battle it out for a share of $5000.

The “Nationals”

Friday, 1 October - Friday, 15 October

First fortnight of October sees Broadbeach Bulls playing host to the Bowls Australia Nationals - the calendar will include the following events:

  • Australian Under-18 Championships 
    Friday, 1 - Saturday, 2 October

  • Australian Champion of Champions
    Friday, 1 - Saturday, 2 October

  • Australian Senior Sides Championships
    Sunday, 3 - Wednesday, 6 October

  • Australian Sides Championships
    Thursday, 7 - Sunday, 10 October

  • Australian Championships
    Tuesday, 12 - Friday, 15 October

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WORLD BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIPS '20

further postponed due to covid-19 until 2022
Rescheduled to 2021

Controlling body World Bowls (WB) and host nation Bowls Australia (BA) have agreed to the rescheduled dates of the World Bowls Championships, confirming the event will be postponed a year from its original date.

As a result of the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, the 2020 World Bowls Championships, which were set to be staged on the Gold Coast, Queensland, from May 26 to June 7, has been moved to May 25 to June 6, 2021.

Following on from the sport’s pinnacle international competition will be the staging of the $275,000 prize-money 2021 Australian Open, to be held on the Gold Coast from June 12 to 25.

BA Chief Executive Officer Neil Dalrymple said that while the postponement of the event was unfortunate, he was thankful to all parties involved.

“We have been monitoring the coronavirus situation and its implications on our upcoming events closely for several months, and the cancellation and postponement of many of our high-profile national and international events was certainly an unfortunate but necessary consequence of protecting the health and wellness of all bowls stakeholders,” Dalrymple said.

 

“Today, I am happy to announce to all players, officials, spectators and volunteers that BA, along with all the major stakeholders involved, fully intend to deliver an exciting and special month of bowls on the Gold Coast in 2021.“While this has undoubtedly been a difficult time for many in the bowls community and wider communities, we hope this news can provide some optimism to those doing it tough.”BA acknowledges the invaluable support of Tourism and Events Queensland and City of Gold Coast in the preparation and delivery of the World Bowls Championships event.

Rescheduled dates

Practice Days: Dates to be confirmed

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