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How to attract new ‘customers’

In his Presidential Press, Bowls England president Deepak Tanna says: "Two ongoing themes for organisations in our post lockdown world are 1. How to attract new β€˜customers’ and 2. How to market what they have to offer. I see and hear about

Umpires: So essential; so necessary

It is a safe bet to say that our sport needs volunteers. Often these are people that give of their time willingly and are prepared to apply themselves to many tasks that keeps our sport afloat. As a volunteer, there is no payment

Terrific Tayla

Emotions ran high as Christchurch bowler Tayla Bruce became only the third New Zealander to win the World Bowls Championships women’s singles (writes Sian Honnor). The 28-year-old struck gold on the Gold Coast by beating Canada’s Kelly

World Bowls Championships reflections

From August 29 – September 16, 2023, the World Bowls Championships and Champion of Champions events were staged on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (writes Neil Dalrymple, World Bowls CEO). This was the first World Championships to

Brilliant Bester

Any competitive bowler’s dream is to stand on the podium at a World Bowls Championships with their country’s national anthem playing, a glittering gold medal around the neck, and the announcement that you are the World Bowls singles

Managing turf disease

As winter begins, greenkeepers have to become increasingly vigilant for turf disease problems. In these articles and in my books and on my blog at Bowls Central, you might notice that I have a bit of an obsession with soil health. Over

An ITO perspective of the World Bowls Championships

Well, the numbers speak for themselves. The largest World Championships ever staged and along with that the demand for the largest number of International Technical Officials (ITOs) assembled at a single event (writes our Ask the umpire


With the dust settling on yet another glorious event of theΒ Bowls Premier League (BPL), a plethora of records have been equalled or broken, while a number of firsts have been achieved at BPL18 (writes Val Febbo, Bowls Australia). Club