Tenpin Bowling is an emerging sport and the regional Academies throughout NSW are working with Tenpin Bowling Australia to create a unique high performance pathway.
The Tenpin Bowling program runs annually from October to April with weekly squad training sessions focused on individual skill development. Team elements are introduced leading into competition opportunities such as Inter-Academy Days and the annual ClubsNSW Academy Games, to be held in the Hunter Region in April 2018.
In addition to on-lane training sessions and competition opportunities, athletes receive access to sport science testing and educational seminars to assist with their personal development off the Tenpin Bowling lanes.
The Central Coast Academy of Sport will hold an information evening prior to a selection trial. The selection trial will occur in early October to identify and select scholarship athletes, the program will commence in mid October.
Selection trials are advertised and promoted through the Tenpin Bowling Centres of Gosford and Bateau Bay, in addition, suitable athletes will be invited to trial by CCAS Coaches associated with the program. Applications are available online through the CCAS website or via paper applications available at the respective Tenpin Bowling Centres.
For any enquiries please contact the CCAS office on 4349 7756 or via email at email@example.com.
The Central Coast Academy of Sport Tenpin Bowling Program sits between local representative bowling and higher order representation such as NSW state team selection.
The Academy program exists to up-skill athletes and assist them in progressing to higher representation in the sport of Tenpin Bowling. Local athletes are strongly advised to participate in the Academy program if they are seeking to achieve higher representative honours.
The Academy uses the FTEM Model of athlete development and this program generally sits around the ‘T2’ / ‘T3’ area within the athlete development pathway.
The program is open to male and female Tenpin Bowlers from the Central Coast region. Athletes must be registered participants with TPB NSW.
Athletes must be residents of the NSW Central Coast region.
For a program fee, tenpin bowling scholarship athletes receive a minimum of 70 hours on-lane training, skill development, education, personal development and opportunities to represent the Central Coast Academy of Sport at events including the ClubsNSW Academy Games and Inter Academy Challenges.
The above program fee not only covers the full cost of participation but it also covers a CCAS merchandise kit consisting of a training polo, dress polo, training T shirt , training shorts, squeeze bottle and a backpack.
Athletes will also receive a 20% discount on all CCAS and 2XU Clothing purchases, and various other discounts including preferred pricing for Victor Sports and Water to Go. Each scholarship athlete will also receive a family ticket (4 pax) to the CCAS Annual Awards Evening.
An additional tour fee (Cost TBC) relates to the annual ClubsNSW Academy Games tour and the Academy Challenge events.