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.
Friends of the Wondai Country Club gathered on Saturday night to celebrate the club’s 75th anniversary
Young Gayndah bowler Aymee Bellert has been written about in this column before. This week she deserves another mention in despatches.
The Durong Bowls Club officially launched its new $140,000 bowling green surface last Saturday.
The Burnett Ladies Champion of Champions competition which was held at the Kingaroy Bowls Club from Tuesday to Saturday last week drew a good roll-up.
The car park at the Kingaroy Bowls Club was packed out last weekend, and there were even caravans parked on the back lawn.
The Kingaroy Bowls Club are sprucing up for their next big competition, the annual Mens Open Age Fours Carnival, which will be held this weekend (July 9-10).
The Burnett District Men’s Champion of Champions fours and pairs were decided at Nanango Bowls Club
Wednesday, June 8 was Pub Day at Kilcoy, and it drew good attendances as well as some fierce competition.
Last Monday was Ladies One Day Fours at the Kilcoy Bowls Club, and it drew a very big roll-up.
Round 2 of the annual Warman Woodrow Shield was played at Woodford on Saturday, May 21. And it turned out to be a very close run thing.
If you live in Blackbutt or Yarraman and you’re not scared of a challenge, here’s an important date to jot in your diary – Thursday, June 9.
The first round of the annual Warman Woodrow Shield was played at Kilcoy last Saturday, May 7.
A funeral service will be held for well-known South Burnett resident Eric Profke in Yarraman next week.
Indoor bowlers from all parts of southern Queensland flocked to Wondai at the weekend for their annual two day carnival.
Yarraman bowlers descended on Nanango Bowls Club on Saturday to play Rotational Triples, but neither local side won after a team of visiting Ipswich bowlers secured the top score of the day.
Wednesday (February 24) is the last day to get names in for Saturday’s big Burrumbuttock Day in Murgon