Changes to our procedures regarding phase 5 of the Provincial reopening will be posted here when available. For bowling times, go to our
. For information on Provincial events go to the Lawn Bowls Nova Scotia
Cobequid Lawn Bowls Club will be hosting the Provincial singles competition on September 25 and 26. We will be having our own club singles competition on
the 18th and 19th of September. The sign up sheet for both events is at the clubhouse. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on the greens.
What is Lawn Bowls?
Lawn Bowls is a game that is played around the world and was the precursor to curling. The two sports have much in common.
· Games are divided into ends.
· Team members may include a lead, second, third and skip.
· Scoring – one point is awarded for each bowl that is closer to the Jack (target) than the opponent’s.
A variety of games can be played including singles, pairs, triples and fours. The challenge comes from the fact that the bowls are not round, but slightly biased. This requires the bowler to deliver their bowl outward at an angle so it curves toward the Jack. Mastering the distance, aim and curve is a fun and addictive challenge.