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Blind Bowls Victoria
Lawn Bowls for people who are Vision Impaired and Blind
Bowls or lawn bowls is a sport in which the objective is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a ’jack’ or ’kitty’.
Lawn bowls is played for the challenge and competition, personal enjoyment and the pleasure of spending time outdoors and for social interaction. It is also a low-impact, therapeutic form of exercise.
When playing lawn bowls, members with a vision impairment are accompanied by their own sighted helper who are also a member of the club. For beginners, bowls are available for use and free coaching assistance is always available on the day of the game.
Lawn Bowls is a sport suitable for all people over the age of 12 - and low vision is no barrier when it comes to playing.
Weekly games each Sunday from September to April (excluding Christmas period).
Games are hosted by different clubs each week; some are metropolitan and others are country areas.
Yearly membership is free for the first year and thereafter $60 per adult and $30 if under 18 years of age.
The weekly game fee is $5.00. When being transported on our bus from Kooyong to a country venue, a fee will be charged to cover fuel costs. We are always looking for volunteers who may be able to assist us, particularly volunteer drivers.
Maree Fenech / Phone: 0490 337 481 / Email: email@example.com
Members of Blind Bowls Victoria have the opportunity of competing in State, National and International championships.
National championships are held annually throughout Australia and International championships are held every four years in participating Commonwealth countries.
Interested? Please fill out the below form to enquire.
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Join this fun sport, where a specially adapted guide rail enables a person to bowl independently.