Northern Suburbs Bowls Club Celebrates 10th Anniversary

A decade ago, the bowls clubs of Wavell Heights and Clayfield were merged, forming the Northern Suburbs Bowls Club, which is now considered as one of the most active sporting clubs north of Brisbane.

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Northern Suburbs Bowls Club celebrated its 10th anniversary in October 2022, with three games of bowls, lunch, and a $4,000 in prize to be won for attendees.

Gracing the event were State Member for Nudgee Leanne Linnard and Councillor for Northgate Ward Adam Allan.

“The club has gone from strength to strength over the last 10 years with lots of improvements and upgrades,” said Cr Allan, who wishes the success of the club in the next years to come.

“It is a terrific community club with a great committee and management team who are growing membership and putting the club on the map with the local community,” said Cr Allan.

Wavell Heights and Clayfield Bowls Club

Northern Suburbs Bowls Club
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Clayfield Bowls Club was founded in 1909 and used to occupy a 5,985 sqm block along Adelaide Street in Clayfield. However, in 2012, Clayfield Bowls Club’s home was sold for $3.5 million.

In 2013, Clayfield Bowls amalgamated with the Wavell Heights Bowls Club, which has been around since 1958.

Since its formation a decade ago, the Northern Suburbs Bowls Club has been hosting different types of community events, such as fundraisers, social club gatherings, and sports club awards nights.

Locals can also hire the venue for birthdays and special occasions, weddings, and corporate functions.

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The Northern Suburbs Bowls Club is a welcoming club that allows any age or bowls experience, to become a member of their club.

They are currently based in Edinburgh Castle Road, Wavell Heights. You can follow them on Facebook for further information and updates.