A special lawns bowls day has been scheduled this Sunday (September 22) in Kingaroy to raise funds for the South Burnett Autism Support Group.
A total of 14 teams from all parts of southern Queensland converged on Wondai at the weekend for the second annual Dingo Creek bowls carnival.
A squad of 18 tenpin bowlers did the region proud earlier this month at the 2018 Queensland Disability Championships, bringing home a swag of medals.
Kingaroy Bowls Club’s greens were buzzing on Sunday afternoon for the Autism Bowls Challenge.
There’s a special bowls challenge happening in Kingaroy this Sunday (September 16) to help raise funds for the South Burnett Autism Support Group.
The future of the Proston Bowls Club will be debated at a special meeting this Wednesday night (September 5).
Indoor bowlers converged on Wondai Town Hall recently to compete in the South Burnett Indoor Bowls Club’s annual carnival.
A “Bowls And Burgers” afternoon held at the Murgon Bowls Club on Saturday, June 3 proved to be a successful fundraiser for the Murgon Local Ambulance Committee.
On Monday, June 5 Kilcoy Bowls Club hosted the Ladies One Day Fours, which were sponsored by the club and Bowlers Paradise, and the winners came from all over the place.
Kingaroy bowlers will be feeling a little bit safer following a generous donation by Kingaroy Rotary.
Wednesday, March 8 was Pub Day at Kilcoy Bowls Club, with the local side taking on Lowood.
The final round of the annual Wondai Cup has been won by indoor bowlers from Tingoora and Goomeri.
The Kingaroy Bowls Club celebrated its 80th birthday last Thursday with an 80th Anniversary Carnival.
The Wondai Indoor Bowls Club will be well represented at the national titles that will be held in Launceston later this year.
The Kingaroy Bowls Club will be celebrating their 80th birthday with an 80th Anniversary Carnival
Kilcoy Bowls Club held a Pub Day on Wednesday, February 8, and it drew a good roll-up.
The Kingaroy Bowls Club held an Open Singles competition last weekend that drew a good roll-up of strong competitors.
An “Ollies Mowers Corporate League” competition has proven to be a winner for the Kingaroy Bowls Club.
Lawn bowlers were slightly spoiled for choice on Australia Day, and many of them took advantage of the fine weather to spend the day on the greens.
The Kilcoy Bowls Club is now back up and running after the festive season break, and the club set the wheels in motion on Tuesday, January 10 with Social Bowls.
The Kingaroy Bowls Club’s Corporate League Challenge started its six week Spring season on Tuesday night, October 18.
Proston isn’t the busiest bowls club in the district, but it always gets a little bit busier at this time of year
The Kingaroy Bowls Club’s recent “Ladies Only” Women’s Country Bowls Weekend saw 80 bowlers from as far away as Gladstone take part
Kilcoy Bowls Club’s recent Pub Day drew a good roll-up of players and saw some healthy competition on the greens.