Junior players encouraged to try bowls by County Arts Bowls Club
- Credit: Archant
County Arts Bowls Club hosted 12 students from the Open Academy as part of the club's commitment to encourage juniors to start playing bowls.
The students, who were from years seven, eight and 10, were split into four teams of three and they played off against each other for the first time on a full size bowling green.
They were taught the principles of the game and how to hold and deliver a bowl.
During their lessons they had been amassing points for their performances each week, and the best girl and best boy in each year group were presented with impressive trophies.
Certificates were presented to all the students that attended the training sessions.
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Any parent who would like further information regarding Junior Bowls should contact Paul Segolo, chairman of the Norfolk County Bowls Coaching Association, on 01603 713272.
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