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Lester tops Bester as Turley overcomes injury to progress

 
 

Despite a foot injury leaving him barely able to walk this morning, former Commonwealth Games gold medallist Wayne Turley soldiered through his Broadbeach encounters and fought his way into the knockout fixtures. Wayne overcame a difficult section, downing Warilla youngster Greg Jeans in a tight tussle in his second round match before rounding off a perfect day by winning his third round match.

In a clash of the heavyweights, Australian Jackaroo Barrie Lester started off his morning by downing last year's runner-up and Canadian turned Broadbeach favourite Ryan Bester and carried on his form to win all three matches to progress. Ryan now faces a tough wait, sitting on a shot margin of +23 and no certainty to progress as a next best qualifier.

Two others in the same situation are former international heavyweights Safuan Said and Kelvin Kerkow, who sit with margins of +25 and +26 respectively and must wait until the conclusion of sectional rounds tomorrow to find out if they will progress.

 
 

Click here for the full wrap up of today's action

 
 
 
 
   
 

Men's Singles Live Panel!

 
 

Following the conclusion of the Men's Singles knockout on Monday, join our expert panel of Australian Jackaroos coach Steve Glasson, current Jackaroo Kelsey Cottrell and NSW funnyman and Soldiers Point Bowls Coordinator Lee "The Such" Such as they dissect and preview the knockout draw. 

Head down to Broadbeach Bowls Club at around 7:00pm on Monday night as the team take you through the key matchups, the tough draws and give you their tips to take out this blue ribbon event.

 
 

Check out the full results of today's action here as we gear up to the final day of Men's Singles sectional

 
 
 
 
   
 

Scorecards

 
 

Players are reminded that the confirmation of scores on a scorecard is their responsibility. Please ensure that you check that the score listed on the card corresponds to the winner listed on the scorecard before signing your card; an umpire is also required to sign cards off prior to submission to the tournament office.

Section 6.1.5 states that all signed scorecards will be taken as final, so please ensure that both the score and the correct winner is listed on the card.

 
 

See the Conditions of Play here

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Ladies come on down!

 

Tomorrow marks the opening day of competition for our female participants and what better way to start than with the pinnacle event, the coveted women’s singles.

56 sections of women’s singles will be in action across eight host clubs; Broadbeach, Helensvale, Robina, Mermaid Beach, Tugun, Musgrave Hill, Paradise Point and Southport.

Plenty of stars will take to the greens with the likes of Lynsey Clarke and Natasha Scott beginning their quest for more Australian Open silverware whilst young up-and-coming stars, Australian Indoor Singles Champion Jamie-Lee Worsnop and newly crowned dual Queensland State Champion Cassandra Millerick will be hoping to add a maiden Australian Open title to their names.

There are still 39 sections of men’s singles left to play tomorrow before we release the knockout draw live tomorrow night with our live panel show at Broadbeach Bowls Club!

Check out the fixtures and results here

 
 
 
 
   
 

Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

 
 

One of the iconic shopping centres in Australia has recently undergone a $670 million redevelopment, due to be completed in mid 2016. The centre boasts over 250 specialty retailers and a number of large retailers.

With the new redevelopment comes a world class entertainment indoor/outdoor precinct, stunning water features and unrivalled dining and bars.

Pacific Fair is only a short hop from Broadbeach Bowls Club and is the final stop for the G:Link tram. Head on down for all your shopping needs!

 
  Click here for more about Pacific Fair  
 
 
 
   
 

Kelvin Kerkow's Aero Bowls World

 
 

Australian Bowls legend Kelvin Kerkow is a proud ambassador of the Aero Bowls brand and has been servicing bowlers on the Gold Coast with his bowls shop in Burleigh Heads.

With the Australian Open in full swing, Kelvin is proud to announce that his store will be open as normal tomorrow on the Queens Birthday public holiday (Monday, June 13) - head on down to the shop at 1/11 Kortum Drive, Burleigh Heads, QLD 4220.

Aero Bowls is also running a trade exhibition at Broadbeach Bowls Club for the duration of the event alongside a number of other retailers.

 
 

Visit the Aero Bowls website here

 
 
 
 
   
 

Southport Bowling Club leading the way with Jack Attack

 
 

If you get the opportunity to play at Southport Bowling Club during your time at the Australian Open be sure to ask their members and staff about their highly successful Jack Attack program, aimed at increasing participation and membership in their club.

Southport Bowling Club has certainly embraced Jack Attack and are now reaping the benefits of a constant flow of barefoot bowlers on their greens and a fantastic conversion rate of barefoot bowlers into social and full bowling members.

Jack Attack has been designed to help clubs increase participation which has become a problem for all adult club-based sports across the country.

 
  To read the rest of the article click here  
 
 
 
 
 

Surf Parade Closed Tomorrow

Bowlers and visitors to Broadbeach Bowls Club should be aware that Surf Parade will be closed tomorrow, Monday June 13 due to roadworks.

Visitors should be aware that parking may be difficult in the area, and players should allow enough time to get to the venue - it is the players responsibility to arrive at their assigned rink on time.

 
 

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