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New bowlers should undergo an induction programme designed to enable them to play a positive part in team bowls.  This is typically held over a four week period.  Once the new bowler has learned the basics and the coach is confident of their ability, he/she can take their first steps into bowls club life.

Further coaching is available to help each bowler reach their own goals, whether that is to be a reasonable member of a friendly social team, or whether it extends to a desire to be a winner of county or national honours.

Qualified coaches will not tell others that they need coaching, but will respond to requests for assistance in a non-judgemental, self –learning way.   On Club Nights, coaches may be able to suggest purposeful practices which members will find useful.

Remember – just ask, if you want a bit of technical or moral support.
David Rolls    -    Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Bowls awarded by 1st4Sport
                     -    County Coaching Coordinator   
                            (also Level 3 English Bowls Coaching Society (EBCS) no longer recognised by Bowls England)