2021 BPL Cup campaign begins

by marketing

The race to the BPL Cup national finals at Brisbane’s Club Pine Rivers later in the year begins tomorrow, with the first qualifying event being held locally.

Langhorne Creek will host tomorrow’s opening event, with 15 more events to be held across South Australia at 11 different venues.

The BPL Cup is a Jack Attack style version of the high-profile Bowls Premier League, giving club players across the country the chance to win through to the national finals each year, with the grand final broadcast live on Fox Sports.

Teams can enter any of the South Australian events by completing an online entry form for that specific date.

Teams are made up of three to four players and the entry fee is $60 per team.

Entries for each event are limited to 16 and entries close on the preceding Wednesday at 11.59pm.

The 2020 BPL Cup was won by a team from West Lakes.

For more information about the 2021 BPL Cup and how you can enter one of the South Australian events, click here.