BROOME BOWLING CLUB
P.O. Box 585 BROOME WA 6725
Ph: 9192 2010 Fax 9192 3817
2018 Shinju Matsuri
Open Mixed Fours Tournament
Broome Bowling Club would like to invite you to nominate a team for this year's event which will run from Thursday 23 to Sunday 26 August, 2018. Attached is the nomination form for your team and an accompanying flyer.
We are fortunate to have our Tournament Directors, John Goddard & Grant Nicol, join us again this year so you are assured of a well run event with a touch of humour to make it all the more enjoyable. We will follow the same successful format of previous years with teams receiving a complimentary shirt together with lunches and snacks on the days when they bowl. The biggest change will be seen on the bowling green as our current green suffered damage during the cyclone season of 2017/2018 and is anticipated to be replaced before commencement of the Tournament. No doubt this news will see us inundated with teams wanting to participate so we ask that you get back to us as soon as possible. We have set our maximum number of teams at 24 on a first in first served basis again this year with the closing date for nominations being 3 August, 2018.
We look forward to receiving your team's nomination and having you share the experience of the Shinju Tournament at the Broome Bowling Club with us this year.
Please direct all enquiries
to the Broome Bowling Club
(use our contact page)
The Broome Bowling Club
23-26 AUGUST, 2018
To the Annual Shinju Matsuri Open Mixed Fours Tournament hosted by The Broome Bowling Club from 23-26 August, 2018, to coincide with the Annual Shinju Matsuri Festival of The Pearl which runs from 25 August to 2 September.
Day 1 (Friday):
Day 2 (Saturday):
Day 3 (Sunday):
A more detailed format will be provided when the number of teams is known. Players are expected to be ready for play at 9.30am each day unless advised otherwise.
To consist of not less than four players with no more than two members of the team being first division bowlers. Teams to consist of at least one member of the opposite sex e.g. 2 men & 2 women, 3 men & 1 woman, 3 women & 1 man. Junior bowlers are also encouraged to play.
$440 including GST per team of four players.
All competitors taking part in the tournament do so entirely at their own risk as The Broome Bowling Club will not be held responsible for any injury, loss or damage sustained by any competitors or any other person to their own person and/or eﬀects.
Each team member will receive a complimentary t-shirt (please indicate size on nomination form), a light supper on the Thursday evening and lunches Friday-Sunday. Additional meals can be purchased at a cost of $10 per meal.
Completed nomination forms must be received by 3 August, 2018.
The maximum number is limited to 24 - on a first in first served basis.
A welcome, briefing and draw will be held at
The Broome Bowling Club on Thursday 23 August from 6pm.
Teams will be asked to register and will receive their welcome package of complimentary t-shirts and game programs for the Tournament.
Team Captains will draw for their games. Platters will be provided for all sponsors and competitors.
Broome Bowling Club and Pearl of the North
would like to thank
for their generous contributions
which continue to make
this fantastic annual event possible.
Broome has many accommodation options to choose from. The Shinju Matsuri Tournament coincides with the town’s annual festival and is also at the end of Broome’s peak season for tourism.
Close to the Broome Bowling Club, within walking distance (all less than 2km) and overlooking Roebuck Bay are these options:
Discovery Park Caravan Park - caravan and campervan sites, cabins which can sleep up to four people.
The Mercure Hotel (an Accor member) and
Moonlight Bay Suites - self contained apartments with full cooking facilities which can accommodate five adults. Go to their websites for rates, availability and bookings.
There are many other options to choose from.
The Broome Visitor Centre may be able to help you with accommodation and transport enquiries. Email
or visit their website at
Shinju Matsuri Program Link
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