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Team Henselite Martin Miller Martin Miller
State: Northern Territory
Country of Birth: Australia
Club: Nightcliff Bowls Club
Bowl Used: Dreamline XG


Why did you choose this bowl? They have a nice consistent line, you can play any shot with them
  • 2013 Northern Territory State side
  • 2012 Northern Territory State side
  • 2010 Member Australian U18 Trans Tasman
  • 2009 Australian Junior Championships Singles Runner Up
  • 2009 Member NT Men’s State Side
  • 2008 NT State Champion Fours
  • 2008 NT State Junior Singles and Pairs Champion
  • 2008 Palmerston Junior Open Pairs and Singles Champion
  • 2007 NT State Junior Singles Champion and Pairs Runner-up
  • 2006 NT State Junior Singles and Pairs Champion
  • 2005 NT State Junior U/12 Boys Singles Runner Up
Career Highlight Singles Runner up Australian Junior Championships 2009
Career Goals To make the Commonwealth Games Side
Which other bowlers do you enjoy playing with or against? I enjoy playing against other State Side players bring the best out of me, especially in comps.
What would you do if you weren't bowling? Soccer

Martin first started playing bowls at the Katherine BC in 2005 where he played the first 3 yrs of his junior career. Martin played in all junior events available with some success.
In 2007, Martin’s father Troy, took Martin and a fellow junior under his wing and entered the trio into the NT State Championships. During this competition, Martin with his Size 00 bowls displayed some natural talent and caught the eye of some NT State Side players one of which was Scott Hollingworth who is now Martin’s coach and mentor.
Martin and his family then moved to Darwin which saw Martin join the Palmerston Bowls Club where he played in the A and B grade pennants sides for 1 yr.
In late 2008, Martin made the move to Nightcliff Bowls Club and secured a place in the A grade pennant side for 2009. 2009 saw Martin go from strength to strength with his bowls and his results, through dedication and hard work, speak for themselves. In 2010 he represented Australia at the Junior Trans Tasman. 

Photo courtesy Bowls Australia

Martin Miller