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Dorothy Saines & Isabel Humphreys seated at the bowling greens at Ballina RSL Bowling Club


BALLINA RSL Limited Bowling Club is becoming the home of new bowlers in the region with successful initiatives to attract the young, young at heart and the not so young.
On Friday evening the club’s latest initiative is to commence Barefoot Bowls at Canal Road.
“Played in a two-bowl triples format anyone wanting to wind down after the working week is welcome to come along and have a go,” said Greg Danvers - Youth Development Officer at Ballina RSL Ltd Bowling Club.
“The theme is to have fun and experience bowls in a relaxed and social atmosphere.
“Registrations will be taken from 5pm and close about 5:45pm with play to commence after the Ode.”
The successful Youth Development Programme takes it’s next step on Saturday mornings with progression to a competition format for not only Ballina RSL Bowling Club members, young bowlers from the region welcome.
“The response from the youngsters has been very encouraging and most have progressed quickly to a point where more formal competition will start this coming weekend,” said Danvers.
“We will continue with a free introduction to the game on Saturday mornings for any new prospective member.”

Key Points
Barefoot Bowls
Friday from 5pm at a cost of $10 with cash prizes

Youth Competition
Saturday from 9:30am at a cost of $5

Introduction to Bowls
Saturday from 9:30am and is free


The Ballina RSL Bowling Club has regular speical events inlcuding themed dinner nights, entertainment and there's always something special on to celebrate the Holiday Season.




With delicious food, cold beer and friendly staff, the RSL Bowling Club is the

place to be!









The 50th Anniversary celebrations on Saturday 27th September 2014 was attended by over 100 members,
distinguished guests and visitors.
Ballina Shire Mayor David Wright welcomed all and sundry to the day, Bowls NSW director Ian McKnight spoke of the challenges ahead for Bowls in general while retiring Member for Ballina Don Page addressed the future, youth engagement and member retention. The bowlers, all 86 of them, took to the greens for a three bowl triples medley after the official function on a sunny afternoon, in a sea of colour, for the social competition.

Caption (Lto R): David Wright, Mayor Ballina Shire Council; Don Page MLA, Member for Ballina and wife Liz; Gary Hooley, Chairman Ballina RSL Ltd; Kevin Soward, President Zone One Bowls Association; Ian McKnight, Director Royal NSW Bowling Association; Barry Quail, President Northern Rivers District Bowling Association; Brian Lewis, President Ballina RSL Men's Bowling Club.

For more information about the Bowling Club, dont hesitate to call us on 02 6686 6888