Lawn Bowls is a fun, therapeutic sport that men and women of all ages can enjoy.
Similar to bocce, the object of lawn bowls is to roll your asymmetrical balls (your bowls), towards a white jack. Get yours close or knock your competitors out of the way, the closest person to the jack after bowling your balls is the winner.
Lawn Bowls is enjoyed by our members as it offers a challenging precision-based sport that can be competitive or more social in nature. Our Bowling Members enjoy a fun social experience where they develop friendships and challenge themselves as they aim to improve their game.
Bowling is a great low impact form of exercise which will provide fitness and improve your skills coordination.
Asquith Bowling Club runs both Men’s and Women’s Bowling competitions as well as mixed bowling days. We offer free bowling coaches to show you the fundamentals of bowling and for any prospective bowlers, please get in contact with us to come along and “try before you buy”. Get a free lesson and see what all the fuss is about – you’ll be hooked!
Asquith Women’s Bowling
Runs every Tuesday and Friday Morning and is often followed by a social lunch. Find out more on the Asquith Women’s Bowling Website
Asquith Men’s Bowling
Our Men take the most of every opportunity to bowl! They can play any day at no charge by way of practice. The following list of days outlines the organised competitions as well as the importance our Club places on the social interaction.
Bowls affords its participants with great social interaction, exercise and a top excuse to get away from the household chores.
We run all bowls competitions including singles, pairs, triples, fours and mixed.
Current Bowling Schedule
Monday – A mixed competition starts at 9am and is a fund raiser for the Hornsby Hospital. The day finishes with a social debrief over a drink at the end for all those available to join in.
Wednesday – Another fun day of mixed competition which finishes in the Clubhouse with a meat raffle.
Thursday – This is traditionally a big competition day which starts with briefing around 12:20pm where the cards are called. At the end of the day’s competition there is another chance to socialise with everyone and again partake in a meat raffle.
Friday – After the Ladies play in the morning, a number of men usually turn up for a social roll up in the afternoon and then socialise in the Clubhouse in the afternoon.
Saturday – This is a big competition day which starts at 12pm with a briefing and the cards being called. Again; after the day, another raffle and the chance to socialise…
We would be happy to answer any Bowling Questions you have or Contact us for a Free Bowling Experience to see if Bowling is the sport for you.