2022 Indoor Qualifiers Confirmed
After four days of play, the 2022 Indoor Qualifiers have been completed with fifteen women and eight men securing their place in the 2022 Australian Indoor Championships to be played at Tweed Heads from 15-19 August.
Congratulations to the following players who will now join the 2021 Indoor Qualifiers in the expanded Indoor Championships:
|Merimbula||Christine McGarrity (Tura Beach)|
|North Haven||Elizabeth Gray (Tuncurry Beach), Kylie Hardy (Port City)|
|Soldiers Point||Adelle Pearson (Soldiers Point)|
|East Cessnock||Linda O’Reilly (South Tamworth), Anneita McDean (Kurri Kurri), Eugenie Muncaster (Kurri Kurri), Melanie L’Estrange (South Tamworth)|
|Warilla||Vikki Wilson (Figgy Sports), Kim Brough (Taren Point), Jackie Short (St Johns Park), Rhonda Ingrati (St Georges Basin CC), Kay Moran (Figgy Sports), Jenny Hepburn (Neutral Bay), Ellen Falkner MBE (Cabramatta)|
|Merimbula||Greg Mallard (Merimbula)|
|North Haven||Joshua Carney (Westport)|
|Soldiers Point||James Cook (Gwandalan)|
|East Cessnock||Rohan Dennis (Merrylands), David Hutchison (Beresfield)|
|Warilla||Aaron Teys (Warilla), Anthony Moran (Engadine), Matty Miles (Figgy Sports)|
Catering for 322 entrants playing in 285 matches across five host venues is no easy feat, and Bowls NSW would like to extend a huge thank you to the host venue coordinators for their brilliant work in organising play and quickly posting results online.
Thank you also to the incredible volunteers at each venue for helping to mark, umpire and assist with the running of the event – you are the backbone of our great sport!
For more information on the 2022 Australian Indoor Championships, click here.