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Dear Reader

Welcome to our new Noticeboard/News page!

As you browse this page, you will see fairly quickly that much of the content is dated.

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1. Come and Try

JBC invites the community along for free barefoot bowls and introductory coaching in the art of bowls.

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2. Jack Attack

JBC invites the community to participate in  a competitive short (and fast) form of the game that is nationall recognised

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Exciting new Event now

under way

- Sept to Oct 2020

Our protagonists, with their weapons-of-choice, ready for combat to take home the much

sought-after Wooden Spoon

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Centenary State High School experience and coaching program.

It was such a rewarding experience, for us and the young students to spend some 8 weeks playing and learning about the game of lawn bowls. Some students and their parents have since joined the Club or had a go.

We look forward to doing it all again and perhaps expanding the scope.

Some very favourable feedback has been received following the ABC radio broadcast that can be reviewed at the following link:

Acknowledgement: ABC Radio Brisbane & Jessica Hinchliffe

JBC thanks the ABC and Jessica Hinchliffe for coverage of this bowls program for students, organised by Jindalee Bowls Club

Now Open

JBC Member Survey, October 2020

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Facility Improvements - Accessibility

Recent works, through Brisbane City Council, now completed

Photos 16 July 2019





Photos 30 May 2019

Gold Cup Day 2019

A very successful and fun afternoon was held at the Club on Saturday, 11th May.

It was the Gold Cup Day organized by Brian Hampson and financed by him with assistance from Bob Henderson and Seasons Retirement Village. These days have been run since 2011 and always raise funds for a charity of Brian’s choice. This year it was the Motor Neurone Disease Association and proceeds from the raffle and a top up contribution from the Club enabled a cheque for $1000 to be presented to them.

Brian did the team selections and informed Members that they were to play as selected and no discussion would be entered into. This provided a lot of fun as skips found they were leading and leads found they were playing as a skip. The game was played in the Wednesday format – two games with the first a qualifying round and the second deciding the winners. Amazingly, the margins in the second game were not large, the winners had a plus 9 and a plus 8.

The players were well fed with a hamburger lunch and pancakes, jam and cream for afters together with some Vege chips. A big thank you to the volunteers who continue to assist on our special days.

The Winners of the Winners were Linda Austin and Dan Baldwin with a margin of +9. They each received a fruit tray and $30. The Winners of the Losers were Paul Flood, Adrian Carretta and Phuong White with a margin of +8. They each received a meat tray and $20.

Peter, from the MNDA, gave a short talk about the disease and the high cost of providing care and equipment for sufferers. He was very appreciative of our Club Members’ ongoing support of their association.

The raffle was then drawn and many of those present won prizes. Brian assured them that those prizes won by others would be personally delivered by his helper.

All in all, a very successful and entertaining afternoon enjoyed by all participants.

Bribie Visit

Enjoyed a wonderful day on 18 November, with the visit by about 40 bowlers from several Clubs in the Bribie Island area

COVID Midweek Winners

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Facebook Update   30 April,2020

Jindalee Bowls Club


To our Members and all of our Facebook Friends, and visitors.

Your old friend, the FB site for Jindalee Bowls Club, will retire permanently on

Wednesday night, 6 May 2020. 


From Thursday, 7 May you will find us instead, only at 

  Jindalee Bowls


If you have posts, images, or other contributions on the old JBC site (look for 2 pages) that you would like to be sure of preserving, please go to the old site to copy and save those items, on or before 6 May.


Backups of that site will be made, to be progressively restored, but we are unable to guarantee that such content can be reliably restored using Facebook tools.


If you have any questions, please contact Ray

on 0413049209 or email


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