The VRI Bowls Club plays regular games amongst it’s own members and other Clubs.
The Club plays throughout the year, both summer and winter, and travel around playing at various Bowls Clubs in regular competitions. Members enter games they want to nominate for, and teams are selected each game, and change often.
It is a happy Club, with Members coming from all over Victoria and interstate to play at our games.
We look forward to welcoming new players to the Club and seeing you join in the fun of VRI Bowls at our games in the future.
VRI Bowls 2020 ANZRI!
The 2020 ANZRI Lawn Bowls Carnival in Moama has drawn to a close, with the Champion Side being Queensland, taking out the Denniss Cup and Commissioners Shield Trophies, along with some others.
Congratulations to all who attended, the VRI Carnival Committee and Members hope you had a wonderful time in Moama, and will return home safely, ready to take part in the next ANZRI Lawn Bowls Carnival somewhere in NSW in 2022.
Well done to all the winners, and thanks to everyone for coming along and joining in the fun!
Until next time, good health and good bowling!
VRI BOWLS CLUB - Annual Sports Report 2019
Competitions and Championship Tournaments.
Competitions against the Australian Postal Institute played at Ballarat Bowling Club on 14th November 2018, won by Victorian Railway Institute by 14 shots overall.
Public Utilities Day on Sunday 3rd February 2019 held at Moonee Ponds Bowling Club with four teams representing other government industries, the VRI Bowls Teams were competitive from other competing clubs, however, finished in last position with the Australian Taxation Office Bowls Club winning the Tournament on the day.
The winners of the tournament were Australian Taxation Bowls Team winning on the day with 32 points from Airlines (Ansett Bowls Club Team) on 22 points, Melbourne Fire Services Bowls Club on 14 points, then Victorian Railways Institute Bowls Club on 4 points.
Championship and Social Club games were played during the winter weekends in 2019 at the Barooga Bowls Club, Club Mulwala Bowls Club, and at the Moama Bowling Club. Championship Pairs played at Barooga Bowls Club on 25th and 26th May won by Paul Rolfe and Greg Jones (skip) from Seymour VRI Bowling Club, 42 members in attendance.
Championship Triples played at Club Mulwala Bowls Club on 6th and 7th July won by Moreno Puppa, Mario Furletti and Joe Purcell (skip) from Seymour VRI Bowling Club, 39 Members in attendance.Championship Singles played at Moama Bowling Club on 10th and 11th August won by Paul Becroft from Shepparton Park Bowling Club, 40 Members in attendance.
In 2020,Victoria is hosting the next ANZRI Lawn Bowls Carnival in Moama, from February 24 – March 6 2020.
VRI Bowls Club Local Matches History