Annual Calendar

15 September 2021

The Neutral Bay Invitational Fours is the latest club tournament to be cancelled, joining a long list of other club events that will not be held in 2021. (See full list and updated calendar below.) It’s also looking likely that any carnivals remaining on the program this year may be cancelled or postponed.

All remaining NSW State events for 2021 have been suspended. However, contrary to earlier statements that events which could not go ahead on already-rescheduled dates would be cancelled (and not rescheduled further), Bowls NSW now says it is looking at the possibility of moving some of the 2021 events out to 2022. See their latest Circular here: cn_13_2021_play_suspended_for_state_events_in_2021.02Download

Bowls Australia’s “Nationals” (previously scheduled for October) is partly cancelled, and partly rescheduled: the Under-18s, Multi-Disability, and State Representative “Sides” events are cancelled; the 2021 Australian Champion of Champions and 2021 Australian Championships have been rescheduled to April 2022.

Here’s the list of changes to date, plus an updated District Program:


  • Australian Sides Championship
  • Australian Senior Sides championship
  • Australian Under-18 Championships
  • Australian Multi-Disability Championships
  • Trans-Tasman Test
  • NSW vs QLD  (incl. U18)
  • NSW vs VIC  (Open, Senior and U25)
  • Weekend Pennant
  • Jean McKinnon Shield (North Shore vs Manly-Warringah)
  • Anita Linden Trophy (Region 15 vs Region 16)
  • Veteran’s Day
  • Regional Rookies (BNSW Rookies is suspended/under review)
  • Turramurra Trophy
  • Roseville Sixes
  • Mosman Greenhorn
  • Ku-ring-gai Top 9 (Warrawee)
  • St Ives Fives
  • Mosman Top 5
  • Killara carnival
  • Lindfield Shield
  • Neutral Bay Invitation
  • Belrose Spring Carnival
  • Carnivals in Manly-Warringah: Pittwater, Avalon, Dee Why & Mona Vale.


  • North Shore District AGM — Monday 1 November
  • Newport Carnival — now 22 November
  • Australian Indoor Singles  — moved to 6-9 December. (Practice day 5 Dec)
  • Australian Champion of Champions — moved to 23-24 April 2022
  • Australian Championships — moved to 26-29 April 2022


All remaining Bowls NSW (WBNSW) events for 2021.

See the updated District Program: