Coaching

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Our Coaches

Pam Carpenter

Pam Carpenter

John Dale

John Dale

Loyce Davis

Loyce Davis

Harry Evans

Harry Evans

George Fotis

George Fotis

Julie Hayden

Julie Hayden

Jeff Hole

Jeff Hole

Ailsa Maccallum

Ailsa Maccallum

Robyn Novakovic (Chair)

Robyn Novakovic (Chair)

Kandiah Sivaloganathan

Kandiah Sivaloganathan

Brian Spear

Brian Spear

Cathy Wilson

Cathy Wilson

Playing Guide

Want to learn to play the game? Mosman Bowling Club has a unique guide right here online! Please note that the playing instructions are for right-handed players.

Terminology – finding your way around the rinks!

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Terminology – finding your way around the rinks!

The object of the game is to deliver your bowls so that they finish closer to the jack than those of your opponents.

The Jack is a small white or yellow coloured ball.

Bowls are available in a number of sizes and weights. They have an inbuilt bias, which causes them to curve to one side as they slow down.

1. Delivering the jack.

The Jack is delivered along the centreline of the rink to establish a target towards which players deliver their bowls.

2. Delivering the bowl – forehand.

To allow for the bias of a bowl, for a right hand bowler it is delivered on a line to the right of the rink centreline so that it curves in towards the jack. Opposite for a left hander.

3. Delivering the bowl – backhand.

To allow for the bias of a bowl, for a right hand bowler it is delivered on a line to the left of the rink centreline so that it curves in towards the jack. Opposite for a left hander.

4. Wind Effect

Wind has an effect on the course of the bowl as shown in the diagram. The right side delivery has to be wider and the left side narrower than deliveries made under calm conditions.