Competition bowls

blaze-logo-2Belmont Services Club is home to the Belmont Blaze

One of the great aspects of lawn bowls is that the sport can be played by the young, the old and the infirm.

Belmont Services Bowls Club provides for bowlers of all levels from Barefoot to the highest level of club competition available in Queensland.

Belmont Blaze have been fortunate enough to be the winner of Division 1 2021 Men’s State Pennant.

Free coaching is provided by appropriately qualified coaches who will assist with equipment supplies and introduce you to the game at your pace.

Contact our coaching coordinator through the club on 3398 1551 to arrange coaching and an introduction to our great game where you can meet new friends, socialise and/or enjoy a competitive game.

Belmont’s Social bowls programme is designed to meet the requirements of all – from purely social to those with the desire to compete and improve.

Social Bowls Programme

Sunday: 9am – Optional Pairs

Monday:  2nd Monday monthly – Monday 4’s from 10.00am with lunch provided

Tuesday: am Ladies Club Day

Wednesday: 9 am every third Wednesday from February to November – Ladies’ self selected triples.

Thursday:  Men’s Pairs 12.30 pm start – self selected

Friday: pm Open self selected Pairs at 12.30pm

Saturday: pm Men’s Club day. Competition play as required.

Competition Bowls

Belmont is proud to provide competition against other Clubs for all levels of bowlers.

Club Competitions: Played throughout the year in Singles, Pairs, Triples, Fours and Mixed.

Winners progress to District, State and National Champion of Champions.

Pennants: Belmont competes in Gateway District Pennants against other district clubs in Divisions 1 to 8. Pennants run from early July to late September for the men and from June to August for ladies who field players in 4 divisions.

Premier League: A competition for men and women from January to March yearly between 12 invited clubs from South East Queensland. Competition is at the higher level with numerous Queensland and National representative players participating.

Premier 7’s:  An open competition that runs on the back of Premier League and provides for teams of 7 from first division to fifth division.

Gateway Summer Shield: A District men’s competition that runs from the last Saturday in January to March catering for players not involved in Premier League.

Poinciana Challenge: An event for men from Divisions 5, 6 and 7, played from April to May.