Just a note to give you a heads up on where to look for resources to
help you improve your skill level at Lawn Bowls.
Time: Practice time is available on Mondays during our season to allow
you to improve your skills. club is open from 11:30 am to 1:00
Also on evenings when the club play is not using all
greens members can come to the club and practice on an open green.
CLUB COACHES: Carolyn Ulch, Carolyn Reeves, Brenda Nearing, Howard Oakey, Joanne
Guilderson, Malcolm Capstick
CERTIFIED COMPETITIVE COACHES: Cal Bechard, Lena Cameron
TRAINED LEANING FACILITATORS: Cal Bechard, Lena Cameron, Carolyn Ulch
Google Lawn Bowls Coaching Drills and see if there are some skill development
drills that you want to try.
The New Bowler handbook and the Laws of the Sport of Bowls (15th edition) are
excellent sources of material on the game of Lawn Bowls.
There are a number of videos on line that you can watch to help you determine
what you can do to improve your skill level. Some are available on the various
club web sites within the province. If you go to our club web site http://bedfordlawnbowls.webs.com/
find links to the other clubs as well as the NS Lawn Bowls Association web page.
The coaches, when not playing a game or involved with training other members,
can be approached regarding aspects of the game you have an enquiry about. If
the names and faces are not familiar to you look for the Red Name tag that the
We are planning to hold two clinics this summer instead of the “Train To Play”
version that we held last year. Reason for the change is that we have lost a
large percentage of our coaches with available time to dedicate to this
endeavor. More information coming on these as we develop the
this was a good time to focus on one topic. That is all for now. I’ll just
leave you with one thought:
A Bus Station is where a bus stops ------ A Train Station is where a train stops
----- At my desk I have a work station.