Australian Grand Prix Registration

agp 2024 800pxThe 2024 Australian Grand Prix is coming! It will be held in Sydney at the Willoughby Park Bowling Club, 13 Robert Street, Willoughby NSW 2068.
The event will begin with the traditional Dinner/Draw on Friday, 2nd February, at the club’s Willows Bistro. The competition will be held on 3rd & 4th February.
Individual Events (Open, U20, U16, Women) are planned for Saturday:
Opens: 9am start
U20, U16, Women’s: 1:30pm start

Club Teams (Open, Youth, Women) on Sunday.

There may also be other events on Friday afternoon after set-up, and Sunday, including a ‘Travellers Cup’ for those not participating in a Teams event.

Open: $13 per person
Youth (tournaments to be determined based on final entries): Free
Women: Free

Team: $17 per team (payable by team captain)
Youth Team event (depending on entries): Free
Women (depending on entries): Free

Dinner on Friday 2nd February is $15 per person. Food will be Halal and Vegan friendly. Please indicate on this form if other dietary requirements or allergies need to be considered as it will be a canape style set menu event.
Drinks are NOT included but can be purchased at the event as the club has a full bar.
A buffet dinner will be available on Saturday night for $15 per person.
Tickets for non-players to the Friday Dinner/Draw event or the Saturday Dinner are also available. Places should be prebooked for this.
Willows will be open for participants and spectators to purchase food and beverages on site during both days and on Sunday night if needed.

Payments can be made via EFT to the following account:
Account Name: Northern Falcons TFC
BSB: 062-692
Account No.: 4524 0944


PayPal to:

Please put your name and ‘AGP2024’ in the reference description to identify your payment.

Registrations close 23:59, Friday 26th January 2024.
Full payment is required for registration to be considered complete (unless prior arrangements are made in the case of players traveling from overseas).

Format of the tournament will follow FISTF requirements for the final number of registered players.
All boards will use ExtremeWorks pitches and goals.
As per FISTF regulations, players may normally play in only one category at each tournament, unless the number of registered players makes it possible for the organiser to allow players to compete in two categories. This will be decided once registrations are closed.

All players will be required to have two teams which have contrasting colours (discs) to aid with the live streaming and recording of matches. If you do not wish to have your match streamed, please alert the organisers on the day.
A FISTF appointed Equipment Controller wlll conduct a random equipment check on figures/bases.

Please register below.

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