Training Resources 

Learning the game of Lawn Bowls

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". 

It is played on a flat bowling green,  normally outdoors (although there are many indoor venues).

Bowls Wilton is very keen to see you get the most of playing the game of lawn bowls.  To do that we suggest you get some training early, to a good technique, improve your accuracy and avoid any injuries. 

There are many ways we can help:

What ever method you choose, stay with it and enjoy the game.


When you start any new sport, it helps a lot to know the etiquette of the game.  

Here are a few key points:

Etiquette is simply good manners - treat other players with respect and consideration. 

Message from Allan Chee (Club Captain):


My other role is to provide coaching throughout the season for one-on-one sessions or for group coaching as required.

New bowlers will receive dedicated coaching, and nominees are asked to refer new members to the club's coaching convenor, Allan Chee.

I intend to start doing coaching and practice skills sessions from 4.30pm – 6.00pm  on a Thursday, starting Thursday 14th September, weather permitting of course

REMEMBER: We can all benefit from a coaching session.

Our club coaches are there to assist you to improve your game.