Pocket Preview: 2023 Queensland Ladies Classic

By Tenpin Bowling Australia
May 5, 2023

The 24th annual Queensland Ladies Classic will get underway at Caboolture Bowl this weekend in Queensland from Saturday morning.

The Queensland Ladies Classic (QLC) is the third event of the women’s ranked event season and after a stop in Victoria, competitors will return to Queensland for the action.

Number one ranked women’s bowler Bec Whiting will be looking to add to her collection after securing the first two titles on offer capturing the 2023 Suncity Women’s Open and Vic150. Whiting has won the Queensland Ladies Classic an astonishing six times in its short history.

One of the bowlers keen to keep that record at bay will be Rebekah Commane. The young Victorian will return to defend her title after winning in 2022.

All bowlers will complete 14 games for qualifying with the top 16 to advance to stage two for an additional four games. At the conclusion of stage two, the top 8 bowlers will move to the finals where bowlers will compete in Caboolture’s well-known “footy style” bracket.

We wish all bowlers the best of luck and high scoring on the weekend!

1999Kirstie Mills
2000Kelly Warren
2001Kelly Warren
2002Kelly Warren
2003Sam Warby
2004Ann Maree Putney
2005Ann Maree Putney
2006Natalie Shelley
2007Kate Wilton
2008Kara Triulcio
2009Ann Maree Putney
2010Rebecca Whiting
2011Rebecca Whiting
2012Alicia Melton
2013Kate Pilkington
2014Rebecca Whiting
2015Emma Walsh
2016Bec Martin
2017Rebecca Whiting
2018Rebecca Whiting
2019Rebecca Whiting
2021Bianca Flanagan
2022Rebekah Commane