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2012/2013 BOWLS WA ANNUAL REPORT Bowls WA

Level 1, 158 Main Street Osborne Park WA 6017 All Correspondence to: PO Box 123, Osborne Park WA 6917 Ph: (08) 9340 0800, Fax: (08) 9340 0888 Email: enquiries@bowlswa.com.au Website: www.bowlswa.com.au CONTENTS PAGE Office Bearer’s Directory 4 Sponsors 4 Past President’s 5 Executive & Committee Reports 6 Statement of Accounts 22 Bowls WA Events 33 Country Pennants 39 Metropolitan Pennants 41 Bowls WA Awards 43 Club Membership 46


BOWLS WA OFFICE BEARERS & SPONSORS Office Bearers 2012 / 2013

Patron: Governor of WA Malcolm McCusker AC CVO QC Vice Patrons: Bill Gilbride, Beryl Brennan President: Patrick Buller Deputy President: Graham Leeks Board Directors: Jean Gregory (Finance), Kerry Andersen (Country), Wendy Ireland (Participation), Therese Hastings (Fixtures & Events), Derek Boardman (Finance), Hendy Cowan Hon Auditor: Jeff Edwick

Bowls WA would like to thank and acknowledge the following sponsors and business partners for their ongoing support:

General Committees

Bowls Management: Graham Leeks (Ch), Peter Falconer, Tom Gates, John Goddard, Max Petrich, Angela Booth, Anne Lilley, Merle Burn, Jaewyn Norton, Kerry Andersen, John Lewis, Des Jones, Brian Burton, Lyn Colmer, Mike Goble-Garratt, Brian Jeppesen Country: Kerry Andersen (Ch), Anita Cowan, Lawrie Chitty, John Lewis, Kim Tanner, Linda DeeganHumphries, Wally Treloar, Pauline Peirce, Kevin Heberle Greens & Infrastructure: Des Jones (Ch), Norm Anderton, Neville Nash, Kevin Lynch, Jim Powell, Gary Pollett, Bill Blakely Membership & Participation: Wendy Ireland (Ch), John Ilian, Clive Adams, Daniel Woodrow Fixtures and Events: Therese Hastings (Ch), Brian Burton, Trevor Barron, Ian Marshall, John Bridge, Dianne Anderton, Leonie Potts, Helen Hamilton, Lyn Colmer, Elizabeth Petrich, Edna Milne Rules: Michael Goble-Garratt (Ch), Allan Bunting, George Bydder, William Cowan, Wiggy Harley, Michael Miller, Sicelia Gmeiner, Sue Hogg, Dennis Green Over 60’s Selector Men: Roger Barns, Graham Evans Over 60’s Selector Women: Beryl Brennan, Roma Dunn State Selector’s Men: Steve Srhoy, Lindsay Thorn State Selector’s Women: Roma Dunn, Beryl Brennan Under 18’s Selector: Elio Tolloti State Coaches Men: Wayne Coyle State Coaches Women: Brian Jeppesen, Tony Hockey (Ass) State Coaches Under 18 Girls: Jaewyn Norton State Coaches Under 18 Boys: Colin Johnson

Office Administration

Chief Executive Officer: Ken Pride Operations Manager: Aaron Delaporte Competition & Events Manager: Pieter Harris Office Staff: Clare Sopp (Reception and Administration), Elizabeth Rolt (Accounts), Denise McMillan (Inclusive Practices Officer), Raj Suares (High Performance) Official Photographer: John Bellenger Sunday Times Reporter: Clive Adams

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PAST PRESIDENTS

Bowls WA Unified Past Presidents

P Buller 2010F Lilley 2008-10 N Samuel 2006-08 T Barron 2004-06

RWABA - Past Presidents

B Gilbride 2002-04 J Yandle 2000-02 V McIntyre 1998-00 G V Bainbridge 1996-98 J W Morton 1994-96 A F Ayres 1992-94 K T Cadee 1990-92 J J Carter 1988-90 T H Joel 1986-88 R G Wishart 1984-86 P N Stanley 1982-84 C W Hicks 1980-82 N E Fraser MBE 1978-80 A M Eddy AM JP 1976-78 A W Hall 1974-76 H G Charleson 1972-74 J Murray JP 1970-72 E I Paddick JP 1967-70 H E Smith JP 1963-67 A Cruikshank 1961-63 Dr A P Davis 1957-61 J L Rae 1953-57 E C Lawrence 1947-53 W J Sumpton 1945-47 W Christie 1936-45 E B McKenna 1934-36 J Hammill 1931-34 Dr F W Carter 1930-31 G H Olney 1928-30 J Holdcroft 1927-28 W M Nairn 1926-27 J Scaddan C.M.G. 1921-26

RWABA - Past Presidents cont. L Alexander 1920-21 A L Parsons 1919-20 J Hammill 1918-19 G P Stevens 1917-18 W W Berry 1909-17 E A Evans 1908-09 F L Parkes 1907-08 R P Vincent 1906-07 L Alexander 1904-06 F Good 1903-04 J Stoddart 1902-03 J G Warner 1901-02 C J McHenry-Clarke 1900-01 R A Dixon 1899-00 T B Jackson 1898-99

WALBA Past Presidents

N Samuel 2003-04 F Doran 2001-03 G Susac 1999-01 B Brennan 1996-99 V Lester 1994-96 B Meyers 1993-94 A O’Shannassy 1991-93 P Plowman 1989-91 E Reynolds 1987-89 M Slavich 1985-87 D Filmer 1983-85 H Repacholi 1981-83 C Hicks 1979-81 P Needham 1976-79 J Ellett 1973-76 J Shaw 1969-73 S Rogers 1965-69 M Fraser 1961-65 G Hulin 1957-61 I Allen 1952-57 A Neill 1944-52 A M Yates 1935-44

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - PRESIDENT President’s Report Over the past 12 months there have been a number of strategic changes made to the way the Association operates and will operate into the future, primarily to do with the advent of new technology and the emergence of social media. These changes, although difficult for some, are necessary to keep us on pace with the wider society. We must embrace technology to remain relevant.

Finance and Governance

Further detail is provided in the Director of Finance’s report, however I am very pleased to note that the Association booked a surplus of $28,795 for the 2012/2013 financial year. This surplus did not include a provision that has been made for the purchase of the Australian Premier League (APL) franchise and costs associated with the review of the strategic plan. This result is particularly pleasing given the difficult economic times that have been faced, with a declining (albeit less than recent years) capitation number, the continued battle for sponsorship dollars and a declining interest rate received for the Association’s investments. To achieve this result costs have been thoroughly scrutinized and where possible reduced without affecting the services provided to clubs and bowlers. The board remains committed to reporting a surplus each year and continuing to grow the Association’s asset base. My personal thanks to Jean Gregory for her outstanding service on the board over the past seven years in the role of Treasurer/Director of Finance and wish her well on her retirement from the board.

Participation

Wendy Ireland and her committee have worked tirelessly in a most difficult portfolio. As most would be aware the numbers of capitated bowlers is reducing worldwide and has done so in Australia since the mid 1980s. Of course the explosion of the game (or variations of it) at a social and/or corporate level over the past decade has thrown up a great many challenges. In many instances clubs are thriving on the added income generated by these players, whilst the past backbone of the game, pennant bowls, is ever so slowly dwindling. Society is changing and what society wants from their sport and recreation is also changing. Bowls WA is committed to find ways to “bridge the gap” between the social bowler and the full member in order to continue the viability of the game at all levels.

Bowls Management

Significant change occurred in the make-up of this important committee over the past 12 months. All sections of the bowls fraternity are represented with delegates elected from the clubs, joining with umpires, greens officials, members of the match committees and country involved. Under the chairmanship of Deputy President Graham Leeks, the BMC is now well set to continue to provide an overarching management of the game at all levels. This has already been particularly evident in the increased communication and sharper response times with clubs concerns and the greater discussion that has occurred on proposed changes to Conditions of Play and the like. The BMC will continue to be the central plank in the administration of the game on the green and I would urge all clubs to maintain communication with the club delegates on the BMC or with the operational committees direct for issues of concern.

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Country

Similarly the Country Committee was rationalized over the past year and I thank the committee for their support in that undertaking. Under Director of Country Kerry Andersen the committee continues to provide a strong voice for the regions and although not all always goes to plan, BWA is committed to the game and our members within the clubs, leagues and zones. The continuing growth of country week, particularly in the men, gives the committee and the board confidence in going forward, whilst acknowledging the many challenges faced by those in the bush. In my many trips to carnivals during the year I am buoyed by the optimism shown by those participating and extend my thanks to the always genuine hospitality shown by the carnival hosts, in whichever town that may be.

Partnerships

It would be remiss of me not to thank the many important partners involved in the game in WA. The support of the Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR) is second to none in Australia and the funding and general support offered by the department at all levels of the game, including the significant assistance provided by the CSRFF, is very much appreciated. To our major metropolitan pennant sponsor in BCiB and their Managing Director Ian Hopper our continued thanks for the long time support of the game throughout Australia and to Crown Perth who joined us this year as a major supporter of country bowls our thanks is also extended. In addition to Healthway (Junior Development Program), Henselite (Country Week / State Triples), Bowls World (State events), APIA (Volunteer program) and Clubs WA (Metropolitan Club of the Year / IZRR funding) our continued thanks for the support offered in assisting in the financial viability of the game. My thanks and those of the Board to Bowls Australia through President Des Skinner and Chief Executive Officer Neil Dalrymple. The relationship between the two bodies continues to strengthen and although not always initially on the same page, the outcomes sought are always seeking to be beneficial to the game in general. We were pleased this year to welcome Des to the Bowls WA Annual Awards evening and from all reports he enjoyed the hospitality of the West. We look forward to growing that relationship in 2013/2014.

The road ahead

There is much interest in a number of new initiatives recently announced. The Whole of Sport IT program will further elevate the connectivity between all levels of the game and for the first time offer a truly national platform for clubs, states and BA to operate. It is believed that significant benefit will be derived at all levels once the system is bedded down and fully operational. In BWA’s case this is certainly planned for the 2013/2014 pennant season. The Bowls in Australia strategic plan enacted on 1 July, provides a pathway for the future not only at a national level, but for the game generally in Australia. Bowls WA will now seek to restructure its strategic plan for 2014-2016 within a similar framework. Finally my thanks to my fellow members of the board and to the staff for their work during the course of the year. Much is often done by a few and the operation of the Association both at a game level and financially is in good hands.

Patrick Buller

Bowls WA President

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - CEO

Chief Executive Officer Report The past 12 months has seen a period of consolidation for the Association, with minimal staffing changes, a continuation of the existing board (together with the appointment of Therese Hastings) and the maintenance of a very solid financial footing. This is perhaps evidenced by the general feeling of satisfaction by clubs at the President’s and Ladies Forums held in May and the very constructive dialogue held during those meetings. The Association will continue to fine tune its activities, including our various Conditions of Play as a result of those meetings. One change however is the retirement of the Association’s Director of Finance Jean Gregory after serving for seven years on the board, all as what was originally the role of Treasurer. Jean has been an integral part in steering the Association’s finances to a position of strength and financial stability. Her strong belief in protecting members and clubs from substantial capitation increases is well known at board level and the Association’s thanks are extended to her for the significant service provided. Joining the board to fill this vacancy will be Wiggy Harley a qualified Accountant and member of the Mundaring Bowling Club. Wiggy’s work on the Rules Committee is well known in bowling circles and I look forward to her input at a board level.

Committee Structure

One area that has seen some significant change over the past 12 months has been the restructuring of the Bowls Management Committee (BMC), the country committee and the various operational committees, In the main the rationalization of these committees has proved very positive with a far quicker response to member and club issues flowing from the streamlined decision making process. A full review will be carried out on the system in the weeks ahead to ensure it continues to work for the betterment of the membership and the game. My personal thanks to all committee members for their on-going voluntary work, in particular the Chairmen, being: Kerry Andersen (Country), Jean Gregory (Finance & Governance), Graham Leeks (Bowls Management), Wendy Ireland (Participation), Mike Goble-Garratt (Rules), Des Jones (Greens & Infrastructure), Therese Hastings (Fixtures and Events) and Brian Jeppesen (High Performance & Coaching).

Strategic Direction

Over the past 18 months Bowls Australia has undertaken a full review of its strategic direction, with significant input provided by all stakeholders in the sport. The President, Deputy President and myself have been members of various committees that has seen the formulation of a Bowls in Australia plan, designed to guide the direction of the sport for the medium term. The timing of this has proven very beneficial to Bowls WA, with our own strategic plan expiring this year. At Bowls Australia’s (BA) request we will now seek to where possible dovetail our future direction with that of BA, ensuring a national approach to areas of strategic importance. Bowls WA will appoint an independent, external provider to assist in the facilitation of this process. One such area that has already commenced by the time this report is published is the commencement of the long overdue Whole of Sport IT Program (WOS IT). The IMG Sports Technology Group has been appointed to introduce and manage a national approach to information technology, which will include a national database, significantly upgraded competition management system, improved website systems and many on-line features previously unavailable. The system will commence on 1st July and in time revolutionize the way the Association, clubs and individual members interact.

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - CEO

Board and Staff

The board under the leadership of Patrick Buller has provided myself and staff with tremendous support of the period and my personal thanks is extended to them. To my staff, the work they undertake often goes un-noticed by the membership, however their commitment and attention to detail is unquestioned and the smooth operation of the Association is testament to that. My thanks to them for the good humour and support they offer me on a daily basis.

Bowls Australia

Directors Attended Apologies Patrick Buller 11 1 Graham Leeks 12 Kerry Andersen 11 1 Derek Boardman 11 1 Hendy Cowan 9 3 Jean Gregory 10 2 Therese Hastings 8 1 Wendy Ireland 12 Retired Directors Peter Falconer 2 1 John McGrath 1 2 Joy Robinson 1 2

I also offer my thanks to the support of Bowls Australia CEO, Neil Dalrymple and Executive and HR Manager, Meghan Albert in particular, who have forged an excellent working relationship with President Patrick and myself. Their approach to on occasion’s contentious issues was welcomed and appreciated, with the betterment of the game always at the forefront of their thinking.

Challenges ahead

There remains much to be done. The 2012 National Census Report states that “social bowls is now established as by far, the largest participation segment in bowls. Pennant and other competition participation declined by 18% and 13%, respectively, in the past year.” This is of course a significant challenge for the Association and the financial viability of clubs. Those who do not embrace the social phenomenon that has in some cases engulfed bowls in recent times will clearly struggle to survive. Gone are the days when members alone can financially sustain a bowling club. Indeed BWA must also take this into account as we seek to host pennant competitions and higher, that remain relevant to the change in demographics within our clubs. The Census tells us that nationally only 24% of those who have played the game in some form over the past 12 months, plays pennant bowls – this and the impact it will have on the game into the future is but one of the many challenges that lay before us.

Ken Pride

Chief Executive Officer

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - CDO Bowls Australia Community Development Officer Since moving to Perth and commencing this role around Christmas time, I have been fortunate to meet some fantastic people in the bowls fraternity. I have seen and learnt about many different clubs throughout metropolitan and country areas. The role is specifically created to be a support mechanism for clubs to tap into and receive assistance with promoting bowls and/or operating a club. I am fortunate to be able to spend each day out on the road visiting clubs and any other stakeholders that play a key part in making our great game successful. All clubs have been contacted via email and I have found the response rate to be incredibly low. I urge clubs to take advantage of this new initiative as there is absolutely nothing to lose and a whole heap to gain. I am very eager to help your club grow and prosper. I am confident in saying some great work is being done with the large number of clubs I have been working with. Over the coming months I will continue to assist clubs to/in: • Tap into relevant funding opportunities and prepare grant submissions when applicable. • Develop strategies to increase membership and awareness. • Governance and business/strategic planning. • Increase the quantity and quality of coaches and officials. • Introduce important stakeholders that can also provide assistance through different avenues. • Guest speak at certain club functions. • Introduce new and exciting programs at club level that are aimed at introducing new participants to the game such as juniors, disabled and other minority groups. I have a great team at Bowls Australia and Bowls WA to work with and I believe the future of bowls is looking very strong. I look forward to working with you all over the next 12 months.

Daniel Woodrow

Community Development Officer

Daniel can be contacted via Phone: 0408 136 831 Email: dwoodrow@bowlsaustralia.com.au

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - NTC Bowls Australia National Training Centre As the coach of the National Training Centre in Western Australia and representative of the Bowls Australia High Performance Team, I have had great pleasure in working with Western Australia’s current and future Australian Representatives during the 2012-13 season. Western Australia currently has four players in the Australia A Squad and three players in the Under 18 Australian Squad. Clive Adams, Kristina Krstic, Rechelle Cole and Kelli Rogalski were selected in the Australia A Squad after outstanding performances at the National Sides Championship as well as the Australian Open. David Downey, Tanisha Johnson and Elizabeth Allan were chosen at Western Australia’s victorious Under 18 National Championships campaign. The highlight for Western Australia this year was the inclusion of Clive Adams in the Australian Development Team and David Downey in the Australian Under 18 Team to take on New Zealand in the Trans Tasman Series. Both players acquitted themselves extremely well and Western Australia hopes that further representation at Australian level is not far away. As well as our Australian Squad representatives, Western Australia also has a number of players who have been identified to be part of the Western Australian National Training Squad. This squad includes players who have been identified as potential Australian Squad Members. The existing NTC Squad Members of Daniel Patterson, Lisa Featherby and Cody Packer were added to by the Australian Selection Panel and myself at this years Australian Open. New members to the squad are David Rankin, Matthew Mitchell, Lewis Grigg and Matthew Ayres. Players in all three squads are working hard on developing their skills with drills and regular one on one player coach sessions. With regular reporting on their progress to the Australian Coach and Selectors, all players are now given the chance to put themselves forward for future selection. The commitment to success by the players has been tremendous and points to a great future for them and Western Australia.

Pieter Harris

National Training Centre

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - BOWLS MANAGEMENT Bowls Management Committee At the last AGM clubs approved a major change to the Bowls WA committee structure which empowered the new BMC as the committee responsible for the management of the metropolitan competition and with the overarching responsibility for the game of bowls in WA. The new BMC which has a committee of 16 comprised a representative of the four operational committees- Rules, High Performance and Coaching, Greens and Infrastructure, and Fixtures and Events with this committee having both a male and a female representative. In addition there are 8 elected members from metropolitan clubs, four of each gender, together with the Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the Country Committee with these being of different gender. One of the principal responsibilities of the BMC is a review of Field of Play rules each year and as necessary make decisions to change and in this regard a number of rule changes were implemented last season. It is apparent that there are further changes that need to be considered and this will be undertaken by the BMC during the off season, so that any changes recommended can be implemented for the start of the new season. The BMC also is charged with the responsibility of hearing any appeals made by Clubs or Club members against decisions made by any of the operational committees. It became apparent during the season that the appeal process required some fine tuning with regard to the timeliness of hearing appeals and a new process was implemented. In addition it would seem that there is also some concern with penalties imposed and whilst this could not be fixed during the season due to reasons of inequity, this is to be considered by the BMC during the off season. My thanks to all the BMC members and also those involved in the operational committees. They all have made a tireless and major contribution to bowls in WA during the last 12 months and I look forward to their continuing support in the forthcoming season.

Graham Leeks

Bowls WA Deputy President / Director Bowls Management

VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION Bowls WA had the pleasure of acknowledging many hard-working volunteers at their annual Volunteers Function at Manning Memorial Bowling Club on Monday, April 8th in recognition of their importance and the enormous contribution they make to our bowling community. Certificates of Appreciation were awarded to Roger Barns, John Bellenger and Mal Dempsey. Certificates of Service: John Bowman (Country), Allan Bunting (Umpires), Daphne Cantrill (Country), Lyn Colmer (Women’s Match), Ray Dalziel (Metropolitan), Garth Davis (Umpires), Dickie Dawe (Metropolitan), Otto Dawson (Umpires), Keith Edson (Country), Clive Garlick (Men’s Assistant Coach), June Haynes (Metropolitan), Don Henderson (Country), Paul Hutton (Country), Gloria McDonald (Country), Edna Milne (Women’s Match), Kevin Murphy (Management), Noela Newman (Country), Patricia Robins (Country), Joy Robinson (Board), Angela Sharp (Women’s Selector), Doris Sharp (Metropolitan) and Ivor Thomas (Metropolitan).

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - INCLUSIVE PRACTICES Inclusive Practices Bowls WA entered into partnership with the Australian Sports Commission Sport CONNECT Inclusive Practices Initiative in October of 2010, having identified that including people with disabilities in the sport at all levels is a key priority area and as such, is identified in the Bowls WA Strategic Initiatives 2011-2014. The benefits that the sport of bowls offers the community are enormous - bowling clubs throughout Western Australia are social hubs that build and strengthen communities. Through bowls, club members are able to maintain their physical and mental health, build strong social networks, and experience a sense of opportunity and achievement. In the past year, the following Inclusion projects have been successfully carried out: • Participation at the 2013 AU Open for Athletes with a Disability expanded with WA bowlers participating in the Deaf Male, Blind Male, Wheelchair Male, Intellectual Male and Intellectual Female Categories. We have the opportunity to send as many as eight bowlers from WA and this year we sent five, a fantastic achievement. Andrew Ness from WA Blind Bowlers Association and Cambridge Bowling Club won Silver for the 2nd year running! • Recruited two intellectual category bowler for 2013 AU Open in the male and female categories. This took our bowlers through the classification process from University of WA and AUSRAPID, a time consuming and sometimes hard situation to handle. • The BWA BowlAbility Program at Kardinya Bowling Club continues to run on Fridays. This program has a regular attendance of between 20 and 30 participants and is still a strong program since its inception in 2011. Special thanks to club member Eric Payne who helps run the program. • A five month BowlAbility program was run at Innaloo Bowling Club where consistent participation occurred. • A three month program jointly run between BWA and Reclink at the North Perth Bowling Club proved to be exceptionally popular with a weekly participation rate of 13 to 25 bowlers. Through this program quite a few members have joined clubs in their local areas – great to see! Other Reclink programs, primarily with Ruah Inreach, have been run at Lake Monger and continue to run bi-weekly on Friday afternoons at Fremantle Bowling Club. • Signed Associate Membership between BWA and WA Blind Bowling Association (WABBA). • An Indigenous Bowling Group spear-headed by George Hayden at Forrestfield Bowling Club participated in Sunday Scroungers over two months in preparation for the Corporate Bowling Season. We look forward to expanding participation in this area. • BWA and the Peel Bowling & Social Club are forging new relationships. Peel is the only Disability focused club in WA and are soon moving to share greens with Halls Head Bowling Club. Peel regularly runs events with local disability organizations, aged care homes, and other groups. • The Centre for Cerebral Palsy (TCCP) and BWA have run multiple Open Days during this financial year at Lake Monger Bowling Club culminating in an event for Social Inclusion Week. • A disability team attended the Senses Foundation fundraiser for deaf and blind children at Mosman Park Bowling Club – one bowler with an intellectual disability and another bowler in a wheelchair rounded out the group.

Thank you to the Department of Sport and Recreation and Bowls Australia for their ongoing support for Inclusion in Sport.

Denise McMillan

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - COUNTRY Country The new Bowls WA Committee structure which has seen the Country Committee reduced to eight members is working well. As a Standing Committee of Bowls WA, the profile of country bowls is enhanced, and regional areas are well represented at both Bowls Management and Board levels. With the Board conducting a meeting in a regional town each year, the opportunities are further extended for country/ metropolitan liaison. This year country bowlers have received welcome sponsorship from Crown, Clubs WA, Henselite, and DSR ( Country Scholarship Program for Juniors).

Country Coaching Enhancement

Once again, the Country Coaching Enhancement weekends held in September, were well attended and plans are well in hand for the next series in September. Thanks to the Melville and Doubleview clubs who hosted these events in 2012.

Country Week

Both men’s and women’s Country Week’s saw large numbers of country players flock to the city and take to the metropolitan greens for this wonderful week of fun, fellowship and great bowls. The commemorative caps, presented to the All Stars players for the first time, were well received. Although the country teams were not successful against the metropolitan teams in the Challenge matches, competition was keen. Congratulations to the winners of the Country Week titles, and to the Corrigin and Geraldton Bowling Clubs who received the Country Club awards. Thanks to the metropolitan clubs who hosted Country Week events. Your hospitality is much appreciated.

Interzone Round Robin

Successful Inter Zone Round Robin events were held at Margaret River (Men) and Corrigin (Ladies) and the Inter Zone Pairs (Ladies) was held at the Eaton Bowling Club. Thanks to the clubs who hosted these events which resulted in shield wins for the Eastern Zone (Men), South West Zone (Ladies) and Northern Zone (Ladies Pairs).

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Country Awards

Our outstanding country bowlers were acknowledged at the Bowls WA Awards evening at Crown on May 31. Noelene Abe (Corrigin) capped off a stellar season, taking home the Connie Hicks Brooch for Bowler of the Year, the President’s Brooch for the State Singles winner, and the Penny Needham Brooch for Best Country Bowler. Brad King (Geraldton) was awarded the men’s Country Bowler of the Year. The Corrigin Bowling Club was awarded Country Club of the Year, and the Gingin Bowling Club, the Best Small Country Club of the Year. Congratulations to those players who represented Western Australia - in Champion of Champion events, the National Championships, and the National Over 60s Series. We are proud of the strong presence of our country bowlers in these elite events.

Planning Forum

The annual Country Planning Forum was held in May when the Country Committee and invited Zone delegates gathered to discuss current issues and to plan for the ensuing twelve months. The Bowls Australia CDO, Daniel Woodrow, gave a presentation on his role in regional areas, and BWA CEO Ken Pride addressed the meeting on current affairs in WA, and national events. I would like to thank the Country Committee, especially John Lewis, Deputy Director, and the country clubs, who have supported me during the past twelve months. It has been a pleasure to represent country bowlers, and along with the Country Committee we are ready to face the challenges ahead. Sincere thanks to Ken Pride and the Board for their continuing support and friendship, and to the office staff who are always willing to assist.

Kerry Andersen Director Country

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - HIGH PERFORMANCE High Performance Report 2012 saw the introduction of the Bowls WA Academy, kindly sponsored by Aero Bowls World and the Department of Sport and Recreation, which provides players with an important step in the High Performance pathway. Coaches and Selectors are keen to work with bowlers who they believe have the potential to represent Western Australia within the next three years. In order to develop our talented athletes, it was imperative that we also develop talented coaches, officials and selectors. Bowls WA was extremely proud to see Tony Hockey, Brian Jeppesen, Wayne Coyle, Therese Hastings, Peter Bowden and Jaewyn Norton all complete Bowls Australia’s Advanced Coach accreditation. In October, we were given the first clear indication that adopting High Performance principles and a plan aligned with the strategic intent of Bowls WA was progressing in the right direction when our Under 18 representatives managed a clean sweep of the boys’, girls’ and Robert Middleton Overall Champions trophy at the National Championships in Tasmania. Under the guidance and tutelage of Colin Johnson and Jaewyn Norton, the boys won two gold medals; David Downey’s superb effort in both the blue-ribbon singles event and as skip of the successful triples side earning him an Australian Under 18 cap. As impressive was the depth in female talent, with the girls medaling in all four disciplines. Elizabeth Allan and Tanisha Johnson were rewarded with selection in the Under 18 Australian squad while Rechelle Cole was elevated to the nation’s second tier high performance group, the Australia A squad. Not to be outdone by the exuberance of youth, Clive Adams made his international debut in 2013 when he was granted one of two eligible over-25 spots in the Australia A team that took on New Zealand in the annual Trans Tasman test series in Auckland. According to National Coach Steve Glasson, Adams “immensely enjoyed and embraced the opportunity to represent his country and helped in securing Australia’s overall success”. With three Australia A squad members Cole, Krstic and Rogalski playing alongside the experience of Abe, Gobbart, Hastings and Poletti who were all part of the side that held aloft the Marj Morris trophy in 2010, the Women’s State team were confident they could better last year’s third placing. Unfortunately the women never fully recovered from their slow start and finished a disappointing sixth. Shenayde Heldt impressed the national selectors and was a deserving winner of the Beryl Godfrey medal. It was a case of “what ifs” and “what could have been” for the men who suffered narrow aggregate losses to SA, NSW and Victoria despite winning two of three rinks. Our men played some outstanding bowls but too often failed to convert on the last end. Eddy-Wishart Medal winner David Rankin was full of praise for his rink of McIlroy, Knott and skipped by Provost. I would like to thank all members of the Bowls WA Board and staff for their commitment to our High Performance program, as well as the hard-working committee comprising Patrick Buller (ch), Beryl Brennan, Wayne Coyle, Roma Dunn, Tony Hockey, Brian Jeppesen, Jaewyn Norton and Lindsay Thorn for volunteering countless hours to help prepare our teams and provide them with the best opportunity for success. A special mention to Pieter Harris and his NTC program that continues to deliver outstanding results, including DSR’s Country Athlete Scholarship recipient Matthew Ayres’ thrilling run at the Australian Open.

Raj Suares

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - MEMBERSHIP & PARTICIPATION Membership & Participation Whilst not always evident amongst the rank and file bowler the work of the Membership and Participation continues to be a challenging task of promoting the game and working towards changing public perception from the older person’s game to a sport which can be enjoyed by all ages. Bowls really is the “Sport for Life”. Many thanks to go to my committee of John Ilian, Clive Adams, Marilyn Lehmann (resigned) and Bowls WA Staff Aaron Delaporte, Raj Suares and Bowls Australia CDO Daniel Woodrow for the work they have put in over the last twelve months.

Membership Decline

As has already been acknowledged in the President’s Report the sport of Bowls in Western Australia continues to fight the battle against declining membership. Total membership of BWA fell by 2.15% which is in line with modern trends since the late 80’s of 2.4%. More alarming is the National Bowls Census Report 2012 which indicates a decline of 18% for Pennant players and 13.5% for other competition players. Decreases in formal membership of bowls clubs have however been offset by growth in social, corporate and other participation by non-members, a function of Australia’s time-poor population seeking ‘compact’ or ‘packaged’ forms of recreation. Social bowls is now established as the largest participation segment in bowls (and by far). With these trends evident the Committee has spent much time discussing how to utilise this social aspect and is committed to find ways to “bridge the gap” between the social bowler and the full member in order to continue the viability of the game at all levels. Further research and planning is being undertaken with developments in this area expected to be presented to the Board in the very near future.

Online Presence

The arrival of the Whole of Sport IT program will bring a range of benefits to new and existing members which along with increased utilization of Social Media fit in nicely with an ever increasing presence online for Bowls. Individual visitors to the Bowls WA Website peaked at over 17,000 in March 2013 and this number is expected to grow into the future with significant advertising revenue a possibility which in turn can be used to further promote the game.

Junior Development

Continued work is being done in conjunction with CDO Daniel Woodrow on a School Program for Bowls across the State. Although much work has been achieved in the Peel Region and some northern suburbs clubs this remains a rather untapped area and could be a potential breeding ground for the next generation of players. This Committee is committed to further progress in the above areas and as always welcomes ideas or thoughts from those who are passionate about growing the game.

Wendy Ireland

Director Membership & Participation

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - RULES Rules This year sees the current Umpires list standing at 881 umpires and 132 measurers accredited to 2014 and beyond. A further 459 are out of accreditation this year. The Bowls WA Rules Committee conducts two courses annually within the metropolitan region. Through the dedication of those Umpires who work in the capacity of Umpires Coordinators within the country, at least one course is usually conducted per geographic area represented by the 21 Leagues who are the controlling bodies for some 140 country clubs. This past year resulted in 243 new and re-accrediting, having attended these various courses. While these numbers would seem to auger well for our sport, and they do in most quarters, there are still some concerns with the number of clubs that have only 2 or less such accredited officials among their members. This has potentially serious implications for way our game is played and managed at all levels. The Laws of our sport have largely stabilised since the adoption of the World Bowls ‘Crystal Mark’ editions of the Laws and their concomitant Domestic Regulations as revised in 2010, and this is reflected in the complete reduction of the number of amendments required since the last review. With the ongoing commitment to continual improvement of clarity in interpretation, the five yearly review of the Laws is currently under way for consideration in Glasgow in conjunction with the Commonwealth Games in 2014. Submissions are received from all State and Territory Authorities representing 53 Member National Authorities in 49 Member Nations in membership of World Bowls, which is the recognised International Federation for the Sport of Bowls. Your Rules Committee has sought and received suggestions from all clubs in the State for input into this process, which together with submissions from other States, may result in easier interpretation of some of the more complex Laws which we are sometimes called upon to apply to arrive at the most appropriate outcome from our decisions. Once again, thank you to the members of the Rules Committee, League Umpires Representatives and all those who have seen fit to contribute some of their valuable time to this very important aspect of our game, without which the sport could potentially suffer.

Michael Goble-Garratt

Chairman Rules Committee

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - GREENS & INFRASTRUCTURE Greens & Infrastructure The annual greens inspections for the past 2012/13 season were commenced two weeks earlier than in past years. This had the advantage of giving green keepers who had greens that did not pass inspection sufficient time to bring their greens to an acceptable standard for re-inspection before the commencement of the Pennant season. This action together with good green keeping resulted in only two protests being entered over the season. The Committee would like to congratulate those professional and volunteer green keepers who have done such a good job. Being now responsible for Infrastructure the Committee paid attention to matters affecting Occupational Health and Safety. In some instances Clubs were required to take remedial action to rectify areas of concern. This will be ongoing in future inspections. The need for thermometers to be correctly housed and placed in an appropriate area around the greens will continue to be enforced. Synthetic greens of six years and older are now showing a lot of wear and in some cases total breakdown. The Clubs affected have been assisted in effecting basic repairs which renders their respective greens suitable for Pennants and other competition. It is anticipated that this trend will continue in the future and Clubs are urged to nurture their synthetics to achieve the best possible playing life. Importantly I would like to thank the members of the Greens Committee for their diligence to the task and their support throughout the season. Thank you to the BowlsWA Board and staff for their total support, especially Pieter Harris.

Good bowling to all.

Des Jones

Chairman Greens & Infrastructure

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - FIXTURES & EVENTS Fixtures & Events This Fixtures and Events Committee has seen the amalgamation of mens and womens Match Committees with an intention, among others, of ensuring common procedures and general conditions for both genders in pennant and state events. The Committee members have worked tirelessly throughout the season working on fixtures and field of play rules as well as all the work required to maintain the pennant fixtures plus Bowls WA and Bowls Australia events throughout the long season. I congratulate and thank Brian Burton and Di Anderton and all the Fixtures and Events Committee members for the time and effort they put into running events for WA bowlers. The commitment of these volunteers is often overlooked by club members who don’t see the complexities involved in trying to fixture events to suit the many and varied circumstances of bowlers. I would also like to thank Pieter Harris as the Bowls WA staff member who works with the Fixtures and Events Committee and does a tremendous job in coordinating all areas of the complex Bowls WA calender. Edna Milne and Lyn Colmer, who retired from the Committee during the season, deserve thanks and acknowledgement for their contributions to overseeing events. Di Anderton, who has retired from this Committee, having volunteered over many years, will be hard to replace because of her knowledge of managing events and her tireless efforts on behalf of WA bowlers. The Fixtures and Events Committee works all year to ensure Bowls WA Pennants, State events, Over 60s events, Under 18 events and Bowls Australia qualifying events are conducted and managed effectively and efficiently. Every attempt is made to make competitive bowls appealing and accessible to as many bowlers as possible but ultimately decisions regarding fixturing need to be made and it is not always possible to suit all individual circumstances. Once again thanks to the Committee for their ongoing commitment to making our game better.

Therese Hastings

Director Fixture & Events

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCE Finance and Governance The Association has finished the 2012/2013 year with a pleasing surplus of $28,795 after depreciation of $25,567. This is a good result considering that interest rates have dropped and the market has been quite changeable. Our thanks go to our sponsors who once again support the Association with backup for the programs Bowls WA put into place to make our state competitive in this great game. We have accrued $50,000 for expenses re APL which we had expected to pay out this year. The Board has transferred $200,000 to an investment portfolio as of December 2012 and up to date this has earned $9,470, this is carefully monitored on a monthly basis. As I am not standing for re-election to the Board I would like to thank all the people who have made the last seven years a great experience. Our accounts reflect the sound management of our CEO Ken Pride and the Finance committee and I thank them for their assistance. A special thanks to Liz Rolt the Accounts Officer and to our Auditor Jeff Edwick.

Jean Gregory

Finance and Governance

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH APRIL, 2013 2013 $ 53,354 15,659 635,493 1,832 3,975 1,064 1,332 322,917 9,532 954 5,887 176,538 13,176 ________ 1,241,713

2012 $ 53,117 10,932 624,732 1,523 1,720 1,305 346,131 8,411 5,285 22,138 3,487 160,128 16,089 ________ 1,254,998

75,167 113,147 417,524 53,596 165,663 9,429 737 52,957 16,234 2,923 6,181 4,549 78,383 2,598 77,817 7,069 120,665 8,279 ________ 1,212,918 ________ 28,795 ________ 28,795

85,716 159,138 418,815 23,701 158,455 2,245 52,513 17,335 3,331 35,328 1,637 58,467 9,220 30,724 5,713 124,796 10,059 ________ 1,197,193 ________ 57,805 ________ 57,805

4(b)

________

1,077,300 ________

TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR

28,795 ========

1,135,105 ========

INCOME Administration Awards Night Capitation Fees Registration Fees Coach Education Coaching - Player Development Development Programs Grants / Sponsorship High Performance Junior Development Marketing Umpiring Competitions Stock Sales

NOTE 3(b) 1(c)

Total Income EXPENSES Administration – General Administration – Office Administration – Employment Awards Night Capitation – Affiliation Fees Coach Education Coaching – Player Development Country Board Committees Development Programs Greens High Performance Junior Development Membership & Participation Umpiring Competitions Stock Purchases

7(d)

Total Expenses Surplus/(Deficit) before income tax Income tax expense SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) FOR THE YEAR OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME Revaluation of property

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS IN BRIEF

INCOME Events 14% Capitation Fees 51%

Grants/Sponsorship 26%

Administration 7%

Programs 1%

High Performance 1%

EXPENDITURE Jack Hi 3%

Programs 9% Staffing 34%

High Performance 6% Events 10%

Country 4%

Bowls Australia 14%

Administration 20%

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH APRIL, 2013

Asset Retained Revaluation Surplus Reserve $ $ Balance at 1 May 2011 Comprehensive income Surplus for the year Other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income for the year Balance at 1 May 2012 Comprehensive income Surplus for the year Other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income for the year Balance at 30 April 2013

General Reserve $

WALBA Windup Contrib. $

Total $

1,337,527

250,301

45,000

507,365

2,140,193

57,805 ________

1,077,300 ________

________

________

57,805 1,077,300 ________

57,805 ________

1,077,300 ________

________

________

1,135,105 ________

1,395,332

1,327,601

45,000

507,365

3,275,298

28,795 ________

________

________

________

28,795 ________

28,795 ________

________

________

________

28,795 ________

1,424,127 1,327,601 45,000 507,365 3,304,093 ======== ======== ======== ======== ========

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 30TH APRIL, 2013 2013 $

2012 $

2 3

904,042 189,081 7,170 21,882 13,345 _________ 1,135,520

1,000,729 10,768 22,563 13,257 _________ 1,047,317

4

2,528,799 _________

2,553,727 _________

3,664,319

3,601,044

36,465 65,219 244,658 13,884 _________

38,171 86,223 183,856 17,496 _________

TOTAL LIABILITIES

360,226 _________

325,746 _________

NET ASSETS

3,304,093 =========

3,275,298 =========

1,424,127 1,327,601 45,000 507,365 _________

1,395,332 1,327,601 45,000 507,365 _________

3,304,093 =========

3,275,298 =========

CURRENT ASSETS Cash & cash equivalents Investments Trade & other receivables Inventories Prepayments

NON-CURRENT ASSETS Property, plant & equipment

NOTE

TOTAL ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES Trade & other payables Income in advance Provisions Other

EQUITY Retained Surplus Asset Revaluation Reserve General Reserve WALBA Windup Contribution TOTAL EQUITY

5 6 7 8

4(b)

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH APRIL, 2013 2013 $

2012 $

640,406 38,469 308,199 12,882 177,137 13,766 19,620 (1,126,891) _________

629,699 46,927 379,121 9,716 163,049 18,499 26,027 (1,100,890) _________

83,588 _________

172,148 _________

NOTE CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES: Receipts from Clubs Interest Received Grants / Sponsorship Development Programs Receipts Competition Fees Stock Sales Sundry Income Payments to Suppliers & Employees Net cash provided by / (used in) operating activities

9

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES: Fixed Asset Purchase Proceeds from Sale of Fixed Assets Investment

(

Net cash provided by / (used in) investing activities

639) 364 ( 180,000) _________

381) 45 _________

( 180,275) _________

( 336) _________

Net increase in cash & cash equivalents

(

Cash & cash equivalents, beginning of financial year

1,000,729 _________

828,917 _________

CASH & CASH EQUIVALENTS, END OF FINANCIAL YEAR 2

904,042 =========

1,000,729 =========

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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96,687)

(

171,812


FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH APRIL, 2013 NOTE 1: STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES The financial statements are a general purpose financial report that has been prepared in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards and other mandatory professional reporting requirements and the requirements of the Associations Incorporations Act (WA). The financial statements have also been prepared on the basis of historical costs and do not take into account changing money values, or, except where stated, current valuations of non-current assets. Cost is based on the fair values of the consideration given in exchange for assets. The accounting policies have been consistently applied, unless otherwise stated. The Board has determined that the Association is a non-reporting entity. The following is a summary of the material accounting policies adopted by the Association in preparation of the financial statements: a)

Property, plant and equipment Freehold land and buildings are brought to account at cost or at valuation determined by the Board. The depreciable amounts of all fixed assets are depreciated over their useful lives commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use. For the purposes of depreciation of fixed assets, the Association has elected to adopt depreciation rates set by the Commissioner of Taxation.

b)

Employee Benefits Provision is made in respect of the Association's liability for annual leave and long service leave at balance date. Long service leave is accrued in respect of all employees and provided for in the accounts in respect of all employees with more than four years service with the Association. Contributions are made by the Association to employee superannuation funds and are charged as expenses when incurred. The Association has no legal obligation to provide benefits to employees on retirement.

c)

Capitation Fees Income Capitation fees amounted to $635,493. $1 per member of country capitation fees collected from the four zones, amounting to $8,175, was refunded to them to assist with the cost of administering country leagues. In addition, $3,876 was refunded to the seven far northern clubs, being 50% of capitation fees received. 2013 $

2012 $

350 34,135 869,557 ________

350 14,094 986,285 ________

904,042 ========

1,000,729 ========

NOTE 2: CASH & CASH EQUIVALENTS Cash on Hand Cash at Bank Cash on Deposit

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH APRIL, 2013

NOTE 3: INVESTMENTS a) Plan B Integral Investment Fund – Profile 45 Revaluation Amount

2013 $

2012 $

180,000 9,081 ________ 189,081 =======

________ =======

b) The Revaluation Amount above is the movement in the market value of the investment from 9th January, 2013 to 30th April, 2013. This amount is included as Unearned Investment Income in Income – Administration on the Statement of Comprehensive Income. NOTE 4: PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT a) Property, plant & equipment is comprised as follows: Land & Buildings at Valuation February 2012

2,408,000

Motor Vehicles at cost Less accumulated depreciation

(

Furniture & Fixtures at cost Less accumulated depreciation

66,459 41,988) 24,471

283,330 ( 189,874) 93,456

Equipment at cost Less accumulated depreciation

(

BowlsMobile & Equipment at cost Less accumulated depreciation

51,097 48,225) 2,872

7,701 7,701) ________ 2,528,799 ======== (

2,408,000 (

66,459 31,500) 34,959

283,093 ( 176,948) 106,145 (

46,570 41,947) 4,623

7,701 7,701) ________ 2,553,727 ======== (

b) The following revaluation of land and buildings adopted in the 2012 financial statements, was based on a valuation by a licensed valuer obtained in February, 2012. At the end of this financial year the Board considered it was not necessary to obtain another valuation of the land and buildings: 1st Floor, 158 Main Street, Osborne Park: Original Cost (Land & Buildings plus Fit-out) Revaluation June, 2006

1,080,399 250,301 _________ Land & Buildings @ Valuation June, 2006 1,330,700 Revaluation February, 2012 1,077,300 _________ Land & Buildings @ Valuation February, 2012 2,408,000 Fixtures @ WDV included in Valuation 92,000 _________ TOTAL ADOPTED VALUE: $2,500,000 =========

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH APRIL, 2013 2013 $

NOTE 5: TRADE & OTHER PAYABLES Trade Creditors Accrued Expenses Mastercard GST Collected GST Paid PAYG Payable

NOTE 6: INCOME IN ADVANCE Revenue Received in Advance Grants Received in Advance

NOTE 7: PROVISIONS a) Provision for Annual Leave Provision for Long Service Leave Provision for Building Repairs Provision for Coach, Umpire & Player Development Provision for Information Technology Provision for Marketing

b) $978 of the Provision for Building Repairs was used this year to pay for wall repairs.

2012 $

26,308 2,780 1,291 3,916 ( 3,312) 5,482 ________

25,954 1,079 1,524 8,876 ( 3,946) 4,684 ________

36,465 ========

38,171 ========

3,252 61,967 ________

6,916 79,307 ________

65,219 ========

86,223 ========

37,765 19,418 99,022 30,000 8,453 50,000 ________

27,831 15,012 100,000 30,000 11,013 ________

244,658 ========

183,856 ========

13,884 ________

17,496 ________

13,884 ========

17,496 ========

c) $2,560 of the Provision for Information Technology was used this year to pay for new computers. d) A provision for anticipated marketing expenditure, mainly related to the Australian Premier League and the new Whole of Sport IT system, was introduced this year. The agreed amount provided for was $50,000 and is included as an expense in this year’s accounts. NOTE 8: OTHER CURRENT LIABILITIES Over 60s Funds

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH APRIL, 2013 2013 $

2012 $

28,795

57,805

25,567 364) 9,081)

32,730 1,600 -

3,598 681 ( 88) ( 1,706) ( 21,004) 60,802

38,138 1,530 ( 3,051) ( 6,056) ( 551) 73,821

( 3,612) ________

( 23,818) ________

83,588 ========

172,148 ========

10,458 ========

5,232 ========

11,067 14,679 ________ ( 3,612) _______ ( 3,612) 17,496 ________

8,734 10,414 ________ ( 1,680) _______ ( 1,680) 19,176 ________

13,884 ========

17,496 =======

NOTE 9: RECONCILIATION OF CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Reconciliation of net cash provided by/(used in) operating activities to operating surplus/(deficit): Operating surplus/(deficit) Non-cash flows in operating surplus/(deficit) Depreciation Loss/(Profit) on asset disposal Unearned investment income Changes in assets & liabilities Decrease/(Increase) in Trade & other receivables Decrease/(Increase) in Inventories Decrease/(Increase) in Prepayments Increase/(Decrease) in Trade & other payables Increase/(Decrease) in Income in advance Increase/(Decrease) in Provisions Increase/(Decrease) in Special Purpose Funds Liability Net cash provided by/(used in) operating activities

NOTE 10: CONTINGENT LIABILITIES Employee long service leave entitlement as at the end of the financial year, assuming all employees fulfill the eligibility requirements, less the amount of liability for long service leave taken up in the accounts

( (

NOTE 11: OVER 60S FUNDS Men’s Over 60s State Side net funds not used at the end of the year, shown below, will be carried forward: Receipts LESS Payments ADD Bowls WA Subsidy Net funds as at beginning of year: NET FUNDS AS AT END OF YEAR:

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENT BY MEMBERS OF THE BOARD In the opinion of the Board the financial statements as set out: 1.

Present fairly the financial position of The Royal Western Australian Bowling Association (Inc.) as at 30th April, 2013 and the results and cash flows of the Association for the year ended on that date in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards and other mandatory professional reporting requirements.

2.

At the date of this statement, there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Royal Western Australian Bowling Association (Inc.) will be able to pay its debts as and when they fall due.

This statement is made in accordance with a resolution of the Board and is signed for and on behalf of the Board by:

…………………………………………… P. BULLER President

…………………………………………… F.J. GREGORY Finance Director

Dated this 17th day of June 2013

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BOWLS WA REPORTS - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT SCOPE I have audited the financial statements of The Royal Western Australian Bowling Association (Inc.) for the year ended 30th April, 2013. The Board is responsible for the financial statements. I have conducted an independent audit of these financial statements in order to express an opinion on them to the members. My audit has been conducted in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards to provide reasonable assurance whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. My procedures included examination, on a test basis, of evidence supporting the amounts and other disclosures in the financial statements, and the evaluation of accounting policies and significant accounting estimates. These procedures have been undertaken to form an opinion whether, in all material respects, the financial statements are presented fairly in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards and other mandatory professional reporting requirements so as to present a view which is consistent with my understanding of the Association’s financial position, the results of its operations and cash flows. The audit opinion expressed in this report has been formed on the above basis. AUDIT OPINION In my opinion, the financial statements present fairly in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards and other mandatory professional reporting requirements the financial position of The Royal Western Australian Bowling Association (Inc.) as at 30th April, 2013 and the results of its operations and cash flows for the year then ended.

…………………………. J. EDWICK Honorary Auditor Date: 29th May, 2013

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BOWLS WA EVENTS - MEN BLUESKY HEALTHCARE STATE SINGLES 299 participants Winner: L Richardson (Cambridge) R/Up: D Rankin (Doubleview)

BOWLS WORLD STATE PAIRS

386 participants Winners: D Brown, D Trewhella (Composite) R/Up: A Provost, S Knott (Victoria Park Carlisle)

HENSELITE STATE TRIPLES

222 participants Winners: D Brown, A Provost, K McKay (Composite) R/Up: T Mitchell, S Knott, N Stevens (Composite)

BWA STATE FOURS

320 participants Winners: S O’Neill, P Caffell, D Adam, L Grigg (Osborne Park) R/Up: P Cole, J Krstic, G O’Brien, G Hogg (Composite)

BWA 3RD DIV & UNDER STATE SINGLES

92 participants Winner: D Rowland (Bassendean) R/Up: S Dobie (Manning)

MEN’S BWA 3RD DIV & UNDER STATE PAIRS

90 participants Winners: D Mullenger, C Margin (Morley) R/Up: N Howat, D Quinn (Cambridge)

BWA 3RD DIV & UNDER STATE TRIPLES 87 participants Winners: R Dolton, L Salter, S Lambert (Manning) R/Up: J Hofgesang, B Kukich, L Spinks (Morley)

CHAMPION OF CLUB CHAMPION SINGLES 51 participants Winner: D Patterson (Bassendean) R/Up: J Goddard (Osborne Park)

CHAMPION OF CLUB CHAMPION NOVICE SINGLES 45 participants Winner: G Davies (Perth & Tatts) R/Up: G Mudge (Hilton Park)

CHAMPION OF CHAMPION PAIRS

52 participants Winner: J O’Keefe, B Brandsma (Doubleview) R/Up: S Perica, M Ayres (Stirling)

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BOWLS WA EVENTS - WOMEN BLUESKY HEALTHCARE STATE SINGLES 90 participants Winner: N Abe (Corrigin) R/Up: T Hastings (Manning)

BOWLS WORLD STATE PAIRS

140 participants Winners: T Hastings, P Chalmers (Composite) R/Up: N Abe, K Andersen (Composite)

HENSELITE STATE TRIPLES

129 participants Winners: K Gobbart, N Keeffe, B Scott (Composite) R/Up: L Featherby, L Warburton, J Gibsone (Mosman Park)

BWA STATE FOURS

164 participants Winners: L Poletti, K Andersen, V Spragg, B Scott (Composite) R/Up: R Jolly, L West, H Heal, S Hogg (Manning)

BWA CARNIVAL FOURS

64 participants Winner: T Hastings, H Heal, A Ladlow, T Gatti (Comp) R/Up: S Solly, B Newstead, D Youard, K Simms (Comp)

BWA 100up SINGLES

66 participants Winners: L West (Manning) R/Up: T Madigan (Merredin)

CHAMPION OF CLUB CHAMPION SINGLES 31 participants Winner: N Abe (Corrigin) R/Up: B Scott (Capel)

CHAMPION OF CLUB CHAMPION NOVICE SINGLES 28 participants Winner: J Nightingale (Thornlie) R/Up: S Lyster (Roleystone)

CHAMPION OF CHAMPION PAIRS

26 participants Winner: K Krstic, R Cole (Manning) R/Up: K Andersen, L Warburton (Mosman Park)

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BOWLS WA NATIONAL EVENTS NATIONAL EVENTS

Congratulations to all of our players who represented the State in the following National Events

2013 Australian Sides Championships WA Women’s State Team: 6th Place WA Men’s State Team: 5th Place WA Combined: 7th Place

2012 Over 60’s National Sides Series

WA Women’s Over 60’s State Team: 3rd Place WA Men’s Over 60’s State Team: 6th Place

2012 National Under 18 Sides Series WA Girls Under 18 State Team: 1st Place WA Boys Under 18 State Team: 1st Place WA Under 18 Combined: 1st Place

PLAYER ACHIEVEMENTS

State Debutantes: Luke Richardson (Cambridge), Rechelle Cole (Manning), Shari Solly (Osborne Park) 50 Games: Anthony Provost (Victoria Park Carlisle), Kristina Krstic (Manning) 150 Games: Clive Adams (Wanneroo), Therese Hastings (Manning)

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

Congratulations to these players who had notable achievements at National Level

Australian A Selection

Kelli Rogalski (Manning), Rechelle Cole (Manning), Kristina Krstic (Manning) & Clive Adams (Wanneroo)

Australian Under 18 Selection

David Downey (Manning), Tanisha Johnson & Elizabeth Allan (Dudley Park)

2013 Australian Open

Men’s Singles Runner-Up: Matthew Ayres (Stirling) Disability Men’s WABBA Runner-Up: Andrew Ness (Cambridge)

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BOWLS WA OVER 60’S EVENTS MEN’S EVENTS OVER 60’S STATE SINGLES 119 Participants Winner: G Vaughan (Thornlie) R/Up: T Cocodis (Kardinya)

OVER 60’S STATE PAIRS

194 Participants Winners: G Grieve, D Mullenger (Morley) R/Up: G Evans, C Fleay (Osborne Park)

OVER 60’S STATE TRIPLES

156 Participants Winners: G Vaughan, P Reed, J Stean (Thornlie) R/Up: B Jeppesen, J Terrell, J Stewart (Mt Pleasant)

WOMEN’S EVENTS OVER 60’S STATE SINGLES

30 Participants Winner: B Baker (Mosman Park) R/Up: N Porteous (Morley)

OVER 60’S STATE PAIRS

84 Participants Winners: K Gobbart, J Savell (Composite) R/Up: P Huckson, L Young (Meadow Springs)

OVER 60’S STATE TRIPLES

111 Participants Winners: M Beard, J Kite, M Main (Safety Bay) R/Up: B Duff, L Jones, K Bott (Mundaring)

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BOWLS WA UNDER 18 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS STATE UNDER 18 BOYS SINGLES 23 Participants Winner: D Downey (Manning) R/Up: W Neilson (Wanneroo)

STATE UNDER 18 GIRLS SINGLES 12 Participants Winners: E Allan (Dudley Park) R/Up: G Cant (Dudley Park)

STATE UNDER 18 BOYS PAIRS

20 Participants Winners: D Downey, K McKay (Composite) R/Up: D Nicholls, J Hamilton (Composite)

STATE UNDER 18 GIRLS PAIRS

8 Participants Winners: M Philpott, A Axford (Composite) R/Up: T Johnson, E Allan (Dudley Park)

STATE UNDER 18 OPEN FOURS

28 Participants Winners: D Nicholls, J Hamilton, R Philpott, A Axford (Composite) R/Up: K McKay, T Johnson, J Johnson, E Allan (Composite)

NATIONAL UNDER 18 CHAMPIONSHIPS

North Launceston, Tasmania October 1-4, 2012

Under 18 Boys Singles Gold Medal: David Downey Under 18 Boys Triples Gold Medal: Jamie Conway, Matthew Ayres & David Downey Under 18 Girls Singles Bronze Medal: Rechelle Cole Under 18 Girls Pairs Silver Medal: Rechelle Cole & Elizabeth Allan Under 18 Girls Triples Silver Medal: Rachael Kemsley, Danya Cant & Tanisha Johnson Under 18 Girls Fours Bronze Medal: Rachael Kemsley, Elizabeth Allan, Danya Cant & Tanisha Johnson

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BOWLS WA COUNTRY WEEK MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS SINGLES

593 Participants Winner: B King (Geraldton) R/Up: W Holt (Wagin)

PAIRS

1,122 Participants Winners: T Anderson, G Skalko (Merredin) R/Up: A Sharp, M France (Merredin)

FOURS

1,104 Participants Winners: S Fewster, J Fewster, T Cabassi, B Watson (Gingin) R/Up: B Taylor, H McClelland, R Griffiths, P Nicholls (Kellerberrin)

WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS SINGLES

224 Participants Winner: K Cowin (Eaton) R/Up: J Watson (Gingin)

PAIRS

550 Participants Winners: N Abe, N Forbes (Corrigin) R/Up: J Kennedy, J Crameri (Dudley Park)

FOURS

544 Participants Winners: N Abe, A Forbes, K Poultney, J Connelly (Corrigin) R/Up: L Godfrey, J Hislop, K West, G Hollingsworth (Mandurah)

Annual Report 38


BOWLS WA COUNTRY PENNANT - MEN

MOORE DISTRICT BOWLING LEAGUE Gingin

AVON VALLEY BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: York 2nd Division: York

MURRAY DISTRICT BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Yunderup 2nd Division: Boddington 3rd Division: Yunderup 4th Division: Port Bouvard Midweek 1st Division: Port Bouvard Midweek 2nd Division: Halls Head Midweek 3rd Division: Yunderup Midweek 4th Division: Waroona

BATAVIA BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Geraldton 2nd Division: Denison BLACKWOOD BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Donnybrook 2nd Division: Bridgetown Midweek: Donnybrook CENTRAL MIDLANDS BOWLING LEAGUE Moora CENTRAL STIRLING BOWLING LEAGUE Gnowangerup CENTRAL WEST COASTAL BOWLING LEAGUE Jurien CENTRAL WHEATBELT BOWLING LEAGUE Nungarin

NORTH MIDLANDS BOWLING LEAGUE Mingenew PILBARA BOWLING LEAGUE Not notified SOUTH CENTRAL ARUNGA BOWLING LEAGUE Kulin SOUTH EAST COASTAL BOWLING LEAGUE Esperance-Castletown

EAST AVON BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Tammin 2nd Division: Quairading GOLDFIELDS UNIFIED BOWLING LEAGUE Kalgoorlie GREAT SOUTHERN BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Wagin 2nd Division: Kojonup LEEUWIN DISTRICTS BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Dunsborough 2nd Division: Augusta LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Middleton Beach 2nd Division: Cranbrook 3rd Division: Mt Barker Golf

SOUTH EASTERN BOWLING LEAGUE Merredin SOUTH WEST BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Busselton 2nd Division: Eaton 3rd Division: Busselton Midweek 1st Division: Busselton Midweek 2nd Division: Eaton Midweek 3rd Division: Collie UPPER GREAT SOUTHERN BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Brookton 2nd Division: Brookton

Annual Report 39


BOWLS WA COUNTRY PENNANT - WOMEN

AVON VALLEY BOWLING LEAGUE York

MOORE DISTRICT BOWLING LEAGUE Gingin

BATAVIA BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Geraldton 2nd Division: Wonthella

MURRAY DISTRICT BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Dudley Park 2nd Division: Halls Head 3rd Division: Waroona 4th Division: Pinjarra

BLACKWOOD BOWLING LEAGUE Manjimup CENTRAL MIDLANDS BOWLING LEAGUE Dalwallinu CENTRAL STIRLING BOWLING LEAGUE Jerramungup CENTRAL WEST COASTAL BOWLING LEAGUE Dandaragan CENTRAL WHEATBELT BOWLING LEAGUE Wyalkatchem

NORTH MIDLANDS BOWLING LEAGUE Three Springs PILBARA BOWLING LEAGUE Not notified SOUTH CENTRAL ARUNGA BOWLING LEAGUE Newdegate

EAST AVON BOWLING LEAGUE Cunderdin

SOUTH EAST COASTAL BOWLING LEAGUE Esperance

GOLDFIELDS UNIFIED BOWLING LEAGUE Boulder

SOUTH EASTERN BOWLING LEAGUE Civic, Merredin

GREAT SOUTHERN BOWLING LEAGUE Wagin LEEUWIN DISTRICTS BOWLING LEAGUE Augusta

SOUTH WEST BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Capel 2nd Division: Busselton 3rd Division: Bunbury

LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN BOWLING LEAGUE 1st Division: Middleton Beach 2nd Division: Mt Barker Golf

UPPER GREAT SOUTHERN BOWLING LEAGUE Pingelly

Annual Report 40


BOWLS WA PENNANT WINNERS - MEN SATURDAY PENNANT WINNERS

MIDWEEK PENNANT WINNERS

First Division Premier Osborne Park* Minor Premier Doubleview White Cockburn* Minor Premier Cockburn Blue Nth/Sth Doubleview* Minor Premier Nth Doubleview Minor Premier Sth South Perth

First Division Premier Minor Premier White Minor Premier Blue Nth/Sth Minor Premier Nth Minor Premier Sth

Second Division Red Thornlie1 White Mt Lawley* Blue Rossmoyne Gold North Beach

Second Division Red Morley White Thornlie* Blue Scarborough Gold Manning

Third Division Red Armadale White Nollamara* Blue Manning Gold North Beach

Third Division Red Merriwa White East Fremantle Blue Valley Gold Hollywood Subiaco*

Fourth Division Red Bullsbrook White Armadale Blue Manning Gold Quinns Rocks*

Fourth Division Red Doubleview White Gosnells* Blue Scarborough Gold Mt Pleasant

Fifth Division Red Bassendean White Melville Blue Como* Gold Innaloo2

Fifth Division Red Lake Monger1* White Armadale Blue Bedford Gold Fremantle

Six Division Red Willetton1 White Warwick1 Blue Yokine Gold Belmont City1 Purple Lake Monger*

Six Division Red Safety Bay White Doubleview Blue Sports Association*

Stirling* Stirling Bassendean* South Perth Kalamunda* Warwick Kalamunda

*Division Pennant Winners

Annual Report 41


BOWLS WA PENNANT WINNERS - WOMEN TUESDAY PENNANT WINNERS First Division Premier Manning* Minor Premier Mosman Park White Vict Park Carlisle* Minor Premier Vict Park Carlisle Green North Innaloo* Minor Premier Osborne Park Green South Willetton* Minor Premier Willetton Second Division Red Scarborough* White Roleystone Blue Kalamunda Green Dalkeith-Nedlands Third Division Red Byford* White Warwick Blue Melville Green Mills Park Fourth Division Red Nollamara White Willetton* Blue Sports Association Green Safety Bay Orange Belmont City

FRIDAY PENNANT WINNERS Blue Bayswater* Red Kardinya White Innaloo

SATURDAY PENNANT WINNERS First Division Red Manning(1)* Minor Premier North Beach Blue Innaloo* Minor Premier Gosnells Second Division Lemon Mt Pleasant Lime Willetton Orange Dalkeith Nedlands* Third Division Blue Mt Pleasant Pink Nollamara* Purple Warwick Orange Dalkeith Nedlands

*Division Pennant Winners

Annual Report 42


BOWLS WA AWARDS GOVERNOR’S TROPHY

OUTSTANDING METROPOLITAN CLUB

A perpetual trophy held by the club providing For the most outstanding Metropolitan Club of the winner of the Men’s State Singles the Year. Championship WINNER: Manning WINNER: Cambridge

ALAN EDDY BOWL

A perpetual trophy held by the club providing the winning team of the Men’s State Pairs Championship WINNER: Composite

accepted by Debbie Capper

SMALL METROPOLITAN CLUB AWARD HERBERT EALES CUP

For the most outstanding Small Metropolitan Club of the Year WINNER: Nollamara

A perpetual trophy held by the club providing the winning team of the Men’s State Fours Championship. WINNER: Osborne Park

P.S. BIGNELL PERPETUAL MEMORIAL SHIELD Best Performed Club in Men’s Country Week WINNER: Merredin

accepted by Kevin Murphy

JIM MURRAY AWARD

For the most outstanding Country Club of the year. WINNER: Corrigin

WOMEN’S BOWLS WA SHIELD

Best Performed Club in Women’s Country Week WINNER: Corrigin accepted by Phil Barber

BOWLS WA PRESIDENT’S BROOCH

For the winner of the Women’s State Singles Championship. WINNER: Noelene Abe (Corrigin)

BOWLS WA SMALL COUNTRY CLUB AWARD For the most outstanding Small Country Club of the Year WINNER: Gingin

BOWLS WA PRESIDENT’S MEDAL

For the winner of the Men’s State Singles Championship WINNER: Luke Richardson (Cambridge) accepted by Tom Cabassi

Annual Report 43


BOWLS WA AWARDS ALAN EDDY / ROD WISHART TROPHY For the most outstanding men’s bowler in the Interstate Series WINNER: David Rankin (Doubleview)

PENNY NEEDHAM BROOCH

For the most outstanding Women’s Country Bowler WINNER: Noelene Abe (Corrigin)

VICE PATRONS’ MEDAL

For the most outstanding Men’s Country Bowler of the Year. WINNER: Brad King (Geraldton)

BERYL GODFREY TROPHY

For the most outstanding women’s bowler in the Interstate Series WINNER: Shenayde Heldt (Manning)

CONNIE HICKS BROOCH

For the most outstanding Women’s Bowler of the Year WINNER: Noelene Abe (Corrigin)

ROMA DUNN MEDAL

For the most outstanding Junior Girl Bowler WINNER: Elizabeth Allan (Dudley Park)

LINDSAY ROSENTHAL MEDAL

ROSENTHAL MEDALLISTS MEDAL

For the most outstanding Men’s Bowler of the Year. WINNER: Daniel Brown (Armadale)

For the most outstanding Junior Boy Bowler WINNER: David Downey (Manning)

Annual Report 44


BOWLS WA AWARDS HALL OF FAME 2013

BOWLS WA MEN’S OVER 60’S AWARD For the most outstanding Male Over 60’s Bowler of the Year WINNER: Glyn Vaughan (Thornlie)

Eligibility into the Hall of Fame is restricted to players who have represented WA at national level or Australia at International level. Hall of Fame Inductee’s must be of exemplary character and will have made a significant contribution to the promotion of the sport.

HALL OF FAME 2013 INDUCTEE Beryl Brennan (Osborne Park)

BOWLS WA WOMEN’S OVER 60’S AWARD For the most outstanding Female Over 60’s Bowler of the Year WINNER: Bev Baker (Mosman Park)

HALL OF FAME 2013 INDUCTEE Lindsay Thorn (Doubleview)

APIA VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

For the most outstanding Volunteer at Club level. WINNER: Ken Matthews (Dudley Park)

HALL OF FAME 2013 INDUCTEE Gil Clement (Mosman Park)

BOWLS WA COACH OF THE YEAR

For the most outstanding Coach at Club level. WINNER: Alan Booth (Manning)

accepted by Michael Grace Annual Report 45


BOWLS WA CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Metropolitan Clubs Armadale Bassendean Bayswater Beaumaris Bedford Bellevue Belmont City Bull Creek AFA Bullsbrook Byford Cambridge Cannington Carlisle-Lathlain Claremont Cockburn Como Dalkeith-Nedlands Doubleview East Fremantle Forrestfield Fremantle Glen Forrest Gosnells Hilton Park Hollywood-Subiaco Innaloo Kalamunda Kardinya Kwinana Lake Monger Leeming Manning Maylands Melville Merriwa AFA Midland Morrison Mills Park Morley Mosman Park Mt Lawley Mt Pleasant Mundaring Nollamara North Beach North Perth Osborne Park Perth & Tatts Pickering Brook Quinns Rocks Rockingham Roleystone Rossmoyne

2008/09 2009/10 2011/12 2010/11 2012/13 Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women 104 82 85 168 108 24 88 85 27 70 176 53 83 46 107 58 179 125 62 35 40 33 158 98 55 108 96 111 88 51 114 116 30 107 104 88 59 130 279 65 201 58 94 97 78 208 35 25 77 162 32 101

40 50 39 107 53 1 41 60 22 38 84 24 48 25 52 6 74 47 23 24 26 16 82 39 18 77 35 43 42 16 50 85 14 66 65 39 18 47 89 33 86 49 52 66 24 130 15 17 36 67 28 47

89 86 79 165 137 19 86 74 35 62 155 55 42 105 66 177 116 58 41 44 34 150 98 56 100 96 127 84 51 104 120 33 102 103 90 69 120 243 71 193 51 95 112 57 215 59 23 72 235 31 133

42 56 34 105 59 4 46 58 14 39 79 23 19 60 5 86 37 20 27 22 15 71 40 21 84 35 52 35 16 53 88 18 67 65 37 19 45 94 41 82 42 51 63 11 115 21 15 31 98 28 73

Annual Report 46

96 73 75 159 132 16 74 72 36 48 158 57 29 95 74 164 124 54 34 45 33 143 81 58 112 105 123 84 59 103 129 35 113 101 77 63 133 164 71 176 66 86 95 46 205 56 26 81 278 33 119

41 51 28 105 62 2 40 56 2 34 90 22 16 57 6 85 37 23 22 16 15 65 31 19 87 36 53 31 14 51 98 19 66 62 31 17 51 67 38 79 45 51 62 11 114 22 15 33 109 26 56

99 82 60 158 101 12 76 63 33 49 140 44 25 83 67 130 116 51 40 47 33 135 78 56 103 96 123 87 60 113 127 43 126 102 55 53 123 143 65 164 74 89 104 37 196 59 27 79 253 31 116

39 45 29 96 54 2 30 54 29 79 19 13 52 4 65 40 22 21 13 16 65 31 19 90 39 49 35 14 63 96 19 66 57 34 16 42 62 38 69 53 46 71 2 108 24 15 40 94 27 52

116 93 61 150 85 78 65 21 46 134 38 23 91 67 99 109 46 48 45 32 137 61 54 102 100 127 80 59 106 131 43 126 96 49 47 120 132 59 151 73 82 102 38 175 66 25 76 250 27 110

42 47 30 94 40 27 51 29 76 16 13 56 4 41 36 24 21 12 14 66 33 16 94 36 51 34 5 63 90 20 69 58 32 14 43 64 34 62 49 42 74 2 107 22 14 36 69 23 46


BOWLS WA CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Metropolitan Clubs

2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women 263 145 48 65 297 168 19 73 21 74 32 51 32 96 48 264 118 9 36 34 87 2 6 74 186 198 117 179 100 70 65 12 46 99 169 -

251 138 40 50 247 124 22 79 23 72 32 54 29 97 47 254 115 22 56 62 106 2 5 70 191 207 110 189 108 72 65 18 42 94 156 -

32 229 36 56 242 118 17 76 27 74 28 52 30 97 14 52 238 109 35 75 62 83 2 3 66 185 99 199 176 103 71 66 17 38 165 111 -

251 124 33 50 247 118 21 79 27 72 25 54 26 97 9 47 254 114 37 56 43 106 2 5 66 191 93 207 93 189 66 65 18 42 90 156 -

144 235 29 64 128 253 22 75 29 66 25 38 26 85 9 54 117 234 33 86 46 69 66 169 87 192 94 171 67 67 16 37 86 117 1 3

TOTAL

7066 3475

6986 3442

6775 3346

6432 3163

6266 3066

Country Clubs

2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women

Safety Bay Scarborough Sorrento South Perth Spearwood Sports Association Stirling Swan Thornlie Valley Victoria Park Victoria Park Carlisle W.A. Blind Wanneroo Warnbro Warwick Willetton Yanchep Yokine WABBA (Associated)

Albany Augusta Badgingarra Balingup Ballidu Beacon Bencubbin Beverley Bindoon Binningup Boddington Bolgart Borden Boulder Boyanup Boyup Brook Bremer Bay Bridgetown Brookton Broomehill Bruce Rock Brunswick Bunbury Buntine Busselton Calingiri Capel Carnamah Carnarvon

88 27 20 17 18 18 14 51 22 31 38 22 23 30 25 21 10 26 33 13 30 124 164 20 130 20 41 17 36

46 24 13 1 10 12 9 21 11 27 20 20 6 11 17 17 8 15 17 5 23 71 62 5 5 30 10 28

88 40 19 14 15 18 14 50 24 31 35 22 20 36 26 15 11 31 32 13 39 116 167 18 141 17 38 15 34

40 26 15 3 10 11 8 20 13 28 18 18 6 14 17 14 10 18 17 5 23 68 61 2 93 29 10 21

Annual Report 47

89 40 18 17 13 19 17 45 21 24 38 20 20 35 26 21 28 33 14 50 120 163 132 12 36 20 34

47 25 11 2 9 13 8 20 13 25 19 17 6 16 23 17 18 18 4 29 64 58 89 28 13 23

94 44 22 18 13 17 15 50 20 28 37 23 22 44 20 21 31 30 14 48 115 150 135 13 37 19 32

42 28 12 1 9 10 10 20 13 24 18 14 6 16 16 18 19 21 4 23 60 56 85 29 12 21

90 41 21 20 15 16 16 53 19 25 36 27 20 41 23 19 20 31 13 49 108 132 138 16 36 18 26

46 25 11 5 9 10 9 22 12 19 20 13 5 13 14 17 13 19 4 24 59 45 83 28 10 15


BOWLS WA CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Country Clubs

Cervantes Civic, Merredin Collie Comet Bay Condingup Coorow Corrigin Cowaramup Cranbrook Cunderdin Dalwallinu Dampier Dandaragan Darkan Denison Denmark Derby Donnybrook Doodlakine Dowerin Dudley Park Dumbleyung Dunsborough Eaton Emu Point Esperance Exmouth Frankland Geraldton Gingin Gnowangerup Goomalling Green Range Guilderton Halls Head Harvey Hopetoun Jerramungup Jurien Kalannie Kalbarri Kalgoorlie Kalgoorlie Railways Kambalda Karlgarin Karratha Katanning Kellerberrin Kojonup Kondinin Koorda Kukerin Kulin

2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women 31 45 76 46 20 16 50 28 18 40 41 8 30 12 67 67 10 36 24 35 194 24 75 156 83 73 27 18 114 48 27 36 16 19 227 34 25 22 44 18 16 41 7 17 47 35 33 52 20 28 13 25

17 32 34 24 13 31 17 15 31 22 7 11 11 36 52 5 25 1 15 116 18 46 88 57 32 24 13 79 17 24 10 3 142 24 18 11 28 10 9 2 25 4 14 23 21 15 43 11 10 6 17

35 42 73 48 21 19 51 29 20 36 35 12 29 17 68 68 32 23 36 189 17 62 141 89 69 34 17 113 57 31 37 16 23 214 41 24 26 47 17 15 49 9 16 35 43 35 56 20 26 16 24

16 26 34 25 13 33 21 17 28 19 5 9 7 44 46 21 1 13 114 15 45 89 56 30 28 14 75 23 21 11 3 137 25 19 10 28 11 9 4 22 4 11 20 19 16 37 10 10 7 12

Annual Report 48

37 38 65 54 20 18 50 31 23 36 42 20 31 21 72 60 35 22 36 172 15 62 143 80 66 31 17 108 60 29 34 19 24 227 31 23 18 50 15 16 42 8 18 42 40 38 53 18 25 15 27

16 23 31 23 14 33 17 17 28 18 7 11 9 41 37 21 1 12 96 14 47 78 56 31 26 13 79 24 18 9 147 22 18 9 32 11 8 27 4 11 25 18 18 36 9 11 8 14

33 44 63 55 20 19 48 29 19 37 39 22 32 29 74 66 34 24 38 156 15 65 134 83 71 32 17 108 57 31 27 17 26 215 36 22 21 37 16 11 41 8 20 27 41 33 51 20 25 14 25

14 23 32 18 15 32 15 15 26 20 6 13 9 44 38 20 2 12 93 12 42 80 52 31 26 12 76 26 17 7 4 137 22 14 7 24 12 8 29 2 12 14 20 15 32 10 9 5 10

32 41 55 51 22 18 47 31 20 37 41 14 33 32 69 66 33 22 37 158 16 57 125 79 68 40 18 111 48 28 37 19 26 213 36 26 22 37 16 12 40 19 26 28 35 49 22 27 14 26

16 24 33 17 17 32 18 16 24 18 4 13 9 45 47 20 1 12 98 10 44 65 47 29 25 12 78 22 17 10 6 134 22 22 8 22 12 10 31 1 12 16 12 14 33 13 2 6 14


BOWLS WA CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Country Clubs Lake Grace Lake Yearlering Lancelin Latham Ledge Point Leeman Mandurah Manjimup Margaret River Meadow Springs Meckering Merredin Merredin RI Middleton Beach Mingenew Moodiarrup Moora Morawa Mt Barker Mt Barker Golf Mukinbudin Mullewa Nannup Narembeen Narrogin Newdegate Norsemen Northam Northampton Nungarin Nyabing Ongerup Paraburdoo Pemberton Perenjori Pingelly Pinjarra Pt Bouvard Pt Hedland Quairading Ravensthorpe Scaddan Shackleton Shark Bay South Hedland Tambellup Tammin Three Springs Toodyay Trayning Varley Wagin Walpole

2012/13 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women 26 14 27 12 9 22 130 45 46 116 20 36 9 136 16 19 29 18 44 46 26 30 16 50 37 18 8 63 34 20 14 13 25 25 15 40 59 130 20 69 13 19 16 24 38 24 37 24 42 21 12 54 32

11 3 24 12 13 90 27 22 95 6 6 56 10 12 16 6 14 11 12 2 1 29 10 10 26 27 15 7 7 11 13 12 32 51 80 7 33 3 20 12 19 21 11 16 12 17 10 8 31 20

24 14 22 13 9 21 119 44 43 103 19 35 116 14 18 20 20 42 46 25 31 15 50 32 17 9 67 39 18 14 13 21 25 14 40 50 133 18 80 14 19 16 16 31 18 36 26 35 22 12 52 31

10 4 22 11 12 88 25 23 93 56 8 10 18 6 14 12 12 1 26 5 9 1 27 29 12 8 8 9 11 7 30 46 75 5 44 3 18 10 10 17 6 13 11 15 11 9 29 19

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23 12 22 14 10 16 146 44 48 100 19 38 99 14 19 21 20 37 44 29 31 14 47 36 17 64 39 18 14 14 25 23 14 40 55 134 18 68 17 17 16 13 24 16 37 26 39 19 11 50 30

10 3 23 11 12 103 25 29 86 51 5 10 19 6 14 11 11 1 1 26 3 8 26 24 13 7 5 9 11 5 30 49 78 7 37 6 17 9 7 15 6 15 12 16 11 8 36 18

21 13 25 13 2 18 210 39 47 97 18 38 98 13 21 24 17 35 46 28 30 14 45 35 20 65 30 17 17 15 27 23 16 38 49 119 22 68 17 20 17 16 28 24 40 27 35 18 12 43 31

9 3 20 13 12 119 21 30 82 10 47 6 8 22 7 15 12 11 1 21 1 11 38 23 12 6 5 11 15 5 28 47 75 6 37 6 17 13 12 13 7 16 10 14 10 8 29 20

19 12 17 15 2 17 228 39 50 99 20 37 97 15 21 26 20 38 44 25 30 15 45 33 19 59 34 16 17 21 20 28 16 37 49 137 20 62 18 26 21 8 20 21 37 29 36 18 12 41 26

10 3 18 10 10 115 19 25 87 10 42 6 10 20 8 16 11 10 1 18 11 50 22 11 9 11 8 15 5 25 39 70 6 32 7 18 11 5 12 5 18 11 20 9 8 27 18


BOWLS WA CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Country Clubs

2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women 35 21 15 2 34 13 36 21 34 15 209 124 22 14 40 3 29 16 46 28 69 47 -

29 18 20 15 29 10 38 22 26 10 207 120 24 13 35 2 24 15 47 24 71 42 -

37 21 23 16 32 14 34 22 27 10 213 133 20 10 33 2 24 10 46 26 69 41 -

40 23 22 17 32 16 31 19 28 12 206 129 20 12 18 25 11 45 27 79 40 6 3

40 22 24 15 34 15 33 17 27 10 212 123 19 11 21 1 32 11 58 26 72 42 11 4

TOTAL

5900 3316

5772 3170

5701 3143

5692 3074

5643 2992

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

Metro Country

10541 9216

10428 8942

10121 8844

9595 8766

9332 8635

TOTAL

19757

19370

18965

18361

17967

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

Waroona Westonia Wickepin Williams Wongan Hills Wonthella Wyalkatchem Yarloop Yilgarn York Yunderup Broadwater (Associated)

MEMBERSHIP NUMBERS

CLUB TOTALS Metro Country TOTAL

70 147

69 144

69 140

69 140

67 140

217

213

209

209

207

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