After a notable absence in 2019, Club Helensvale’s prestigious and lucrative National Club 5 A Side is set to make its return to the Australian calendar in 2020.

As promised, the thirteenth edition of this popular event is set to be back bigger and better then ever and will be held from the 7th – 10th September.

Proudly known as one of the best club tournaments in the world, we anticipate another star studded field as the best of the best go head to head in the race to be crowned ultimate 5 A Side champions.

With just twenty spots up for grab in the field, the Club Helensvale 5 A Side is one of the most sought after invitations on the bowls calendar.

If your club would like to be considered for our 2020 field, please submit your expression of interest to our Bowls Coordinator Lynsey Clarke at bowlscoordinator@clubhelensvale.com.au

Please note, all submissions received for the 2019 event will automatically be considered.

Lynsey Clarke
Bowls Coordinator

 

Club Helensvale is the place to be to celebrate Senior’s Week this month. It is a great opportunity for Queenslanders of all ages to join together and celebrate the valuable contributions of older people in our community.

Club Helensvale will be celebrating Senior’s Week all week long from Monday 19th – Friday 23rd August. As part of our week of celebrations come in for our Monday and Thursday morning Bingo and Thursday Night Meat Raffles for complimentary raffle tickets with your purchase. Blu bistro and Cafe22 have some delicious lunch and dinner specials from just $12. Show your senior’s card to be eligible.

We will be holding a free Come and Try Lawn Bowls Day on Thursday 22nd August from 11am. You can learn bowls basics from some of the world’s best, with Commonwealth Games medal winners running the event! Lawn bowls is played for the challenge and competition, personal enjoyment, activity, the pleasure of spending time outdoors and for social interaction. It is also a low-impact, therapeutic form of exercise. Health professionals recommend playing bowls, particularly for older people, as it provides a number of health benefits, including: improved fitness, improved coordination and skill development, community connectedness, increased confidence, self esteem and enhanced mental wellbeing.