2021 Hall of Fame Inductee

By gcrick
March 23, 2021

The late Ken Baldock was inducted in to the Tasmanian Hall of Fame during the Tasmanian Championships at his home centre – Zone Bowling Moonah.

Ken was involved in the sport in many various administrative and management roles for over 38 years. Ken was involved in the formation of the ATBSO organisation and was the ATBSO Australian Vice President for the initial 8 years and then became the Australian President for a further 12 years. In 2002, Ken was made a life member of the ATBSO and following his passing in 2015, the ATBSO National Committee renamed the Restricted Challenge the “Ken Baldock Restricted Challenge” in recognition of his dedication to the organisation over many years.

Ken’s wife Sue and family were present at the induction ceremony to accept Ken’s Hall of Fame plaque.

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