TREVOR BOWMAN

Play Hard Sports Equipment (PHS) is one of Australia’s pre-eminent sports equipment designers and manufacturers since 1993. With the early invention of a revolutionary leaf spring basketball ring entrepreneur, Trevor Bowman an avid Basketball player founded OzRing Pty Ltd with his wife Radmila, out of the frustration of the number of damaged and broken rings at local school’s courts in his area. That led Trevor to design a heavy-duty Basketball ring that could withstand the riggers of hard play basketball.
When other Basketball players saw the ring, they asked if one could be made for them too. With the amount of interest for the robust rings followed many inquiries for more innovative products, such as Backboards etc. The company moved from New South Wales to Burleigh Heads Gold Coast in 2000, where it remains to this day.
PHS has now built a reputation for high quality and leading innovation techniques. PHS have proudly designed and manufactured sports equipment with a key emphasis on evolving sports forward through ‘Smart Equipment Design’ and supply for in-stadium, club level and outdoor recreational sports such as tennis, basketball, rugby, AFL, athletics, soccer, futsal, hockey, badminton, cricket, netball, and volleyball.

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS

PHS FIFA in stadium standard senior box shape soccer goals
Product name: Galaxy

PHS Rotating Day/Night Cricket sight screen
Product name: Eclipse R

PHS Hammer Discus Cage
The most revolutionary throw cages design in 50 years and proudly designed and engineered in Australia.
Product name: Thor 10

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