Lawn Bowls is a fun way to be active outside and make new friends. It is an inclusive sport that encourages participation from people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities and is great value for money entertainment! With modified games and activities, there are no physical boundaries to be successful at lawn bowls and it is a perfect sport for primary and secondary aged children of all abilities. The sport is played with bowls, which have a bias allowing them to bend, and the aim is to get your bowl as close as possible to a small round ball called the jack at the end of the green.
Bowls South Australia's Junior Development program ‘GetBowledOver’ was launched in October 2015. Starting young in the sport of Lawn Bowls can open many opportunities for junior players including the chance to meet other young bowlers and make lifelong friendships, coaching and skills development, and talent scouting for State Squads.
Come 'n Try Information
The session on Friday, 13 October will involve an introduction to the game of Lawn Bowls and be run by experienced junior coach Brian Scarlett. We will play modified games of Lawn Bowls that will introduce participants to the game in a fun and quick-paced environment, whilst learning the fundamentals of the sport of Lawn Bowls. The session will be branded as part of our 'GetBowledOver' program.
Adelaide Bowling Club - 58 Dequetteville Terrace, Adelaide. Meet by the open gate near the Club house.
Car parking is limited and permit only, so please obey the signs to avoid a fine. If you park in a permit zone, the Adelaide Bowling Club may be able to provide a temporary permit for the day.
Make sure you wear comfortable clothing, a hat and flat soled shoes, and bring sun screen and a water bottle.
(08) 8234 7544
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