Tuesday, 21 February 2012

WARRINGTON INDOOR BOWLS: Introduction to the Game

by Ruth Porteous

Can you co-ordinate your eye and arm/hand movements to get the bowl to
stop where it needs to stop, while contending with the floor
conditions under the mat and the atmospheric input? This game is far
more challenging than most people realize.

An opportunity for people wishing to have a go at indoor bowls will be
available on Tuesdays 13 and 27 March from 7.30pm. Come to the
Warrington Hall and try your hand, with help from a couple of
experienced players.

Challenge yourself to try out a game that is played by people of all
ages from primary school children through to folk in their 90s. It is
also a sport played by people with a variety of disabilities,
including blindness. The only requirements are soft-soled footwear,
and $1.00 towards hall hire costs. All equipment is provided.

Looking forward to seeing you on the mat.

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