What is the BPL Cup?
Since 2013, Bowls Australia (BA) has successfully staged 17 Bowls Premier League (BPL) events.
In 2014, BA also launched a new national participation initiative, Jack Attack, which is played at more than 300 venues.
The BPL Cup marries the two products together to strengthen the correlation between the bowls that viewers see on television and the format of bowls offered at clubs.
The BPL Cup provides an opportunity for club-based teams to progress through various rounds to national finals, to be played in parallel with the November leg of the BPL at Club Pine Rivers, Queensland.
BPL Cup Conditions of Play and Competition Manual
Eleven clubs have registered to host rounds of the BPL Cup in Tasmania in 2023 – Buckingham, Burnie, Deloraine, Devonport, Howrah, Kings Meadows, Longford, St. Helens, Ulverstone, Westbury and Wynyard with events scheduled to be held between April and July 2023.
Tasmanian finals will be played on 10 September 2023 at Kings Meadows.
Sixteen teams have made it to the finals which will be played in four sections of four teams, with the winners of each section playing off in the semi-finals.
One of the semi-finals and the grand final will be live streamed on the Bowls Tasmania Facebook page.