Veterans bowled over by Hall of Fame inductions

Two Queenslanders were today inducted into the Pan Pacific Masters Games Tenpin Hall of Fame at a special ceremony at the Go Bowling lanes at Ashmore.

They were recognised for their sportsmanship and high level and consistent performances in Pan Pac events over many years.

Adelaide grandma bowls over obstacles with blind bowling team

Marie Ryan is advocating for the vision impaired community while bowling over the opposition on the tenpin lanes at the 2018 Pan Pacific Masters Games.

Strike! Judith Buehow looks to add another medal to the collection

Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games tenpin bowling regular, Rockhampton’s Judith Buehow, 79, today added another gold medal to her already bulging trophy cabinet.

Christine targets more tenpin glory

She may already be the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games’ most successful tenpin bowler, but Christine Titheradge is chasing more gold.

Inspirational tenpin team bowl for Gold Coast gold

The Blind and Vision Impaired Tenpin Bowling South Australia (BVITSA) team, marked their first competition day at the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games at Go Bowling Ashmore.

Senior Steve Solman strikes

Australian tenpin bowling representative Steve Solman began the competition with a strike as he warms up for a big week ahead at the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games at Go Bowling Ashmore.

King and Queen of tenpin bowling crowned

Thursday night saw tenpin bowling crown their new King and Queen. In what has become a tradition of the opening ceremony at the tenpin bowling competition, a King and Queen is crowed through a lucky draw.

Australian representative striking towards two gold medals

Tenpin bowler Judy Buehow is humbly bowling away at her competition this week at the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games on the Gold Coast. Not only is Buehow leading the disability division, she is also in medal contention for the female division of 75+ without a disability.

Tenpin bowling organisers strike it hot on the Gold Coast

Convening the largest tenpin bowling group from New South Wales at this year’s Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games is just an added bonus for marital couple John and Aila Leo. The task of organising a team of 34 competitors out of 100 participants has become second nature to the pair after managing the Liverpool Bowling Club.

Netballers make the striking move to tenpin bowling

Members of the former Adelaide netball team Checkmate Chicks have made their tenpin bowling debut at this year’s Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games. The 35+ years team of five who have been competing in the Masters netball competition for the past 16 years – and loved it – decided this year they would try a new sport after tenpin was suggested by a friend.