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TBA 2021 National Disability Championships

Tuesday 8 June 2021
TBA is delighted to announce a new partnership with Cluch TV to live stream the National Disability Championships - COLE CHALLENGE CUP AND OPEN STATE TEAM CHALLENGE on the 16th June, 2021.

Tenpin Bowling Australia welcomes the partnership with Cluch, which will see games produced by BowlCast and available to watch live and on-demand on the Cluch platform via a dedicated TBA channel. Cluch TV is available to view across every connected screen and device, anywhere in the world.

“We’re thrilled to be supporting Tenpin Bowling Australia by streaming the finals of the National Disability Championships this June,” said Cluch Managing Director Gus Seebeck.    
“We’re looking forward to showcasing tenpin bowling across the community as well as the broader bowling audience around Australia and beyond. Ten Pin Bowling is an inclusive sport that has been played by nearly all Australians and Cluch exists to help build value for competitions like TBA through increasing awareness, viewership and ultimately commercial return."

Tenpin bowling is a sport where participants can learn at their own pace while having fun with friends, regardless of individual skill and ability. Australia currently has three world champions in the sport and with nearly 400 bowlers attending these championships, it will be one of the biggest national events for people with a disability, in terms of people and length of time. Stretching over 9 days, from 9th June till 19th June 2021, the Championships will take place at ZONE BOWLING Mt Gravatt.
Cluch is proud to be a part of this event and to live stream the State Team Challenges held on Wednesday, June 16. The Opening Ceremony will commence at 8.30 am, with bowling kicking off at 9 am. Six of the eight State and Territories will attend (unfortunately SA or WA will not be attending this year due to logistics with COVID-19 and carers etc).
For more information about the competition, visit the TBA website.