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a bowling game played on a level lawn with biased wooden balls that are rolled at a jack

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But now a crown green bowls association has implemented tougher rules after a rise in alcohol-related trouble at matches.
Come and try Crown Green Bowls on the brand new green.
Firstly, I know football as a sport has gone so far up its own backside, some players like to refer to themselves with names like 'El Nino', but I don't think that phenomenon has reached crown green bowls yet.
A WOMAN, who played crown green bowls while pocketing more than PS44,000 in disability benefits by claiming to be barely able to walk, has been jailed for 18 months.
Callum Wraight SHROPSHIRE star Callum Wraight will have another chance to win the Champion of Champions crown again at the home of British crown green bowls after all.
There was also a crown green bowls competition, RAF helicopter on display, a magic show, Punch and Judy, bouncy castle, face-painting, stalls and more attracting families who made the most of the day.
COVENTRY schoolboy Jack Shepherd has been awarded the Clifford Bridge Community Association Roy Gould Memorial Trophy for sporting achievement after excelling in crown green bowls.
Crown green bowls is played on a convex pitch while flat-green bowls is played, as the name suggests, on a flat pitch.
Crown green bowls is a very popular game although you wouldn't think it from the television coverage - more of that would help.
The new owners of the Wembley of crown green bowls want to restore the famous venue to its former glory.
Whatever your taste in holiday enjoyment, Rhyl and Prestatyn offer many recreation facilities, including three sports centres, indoor bowls at North Wales Bowls Centre Prestatyn, outdoor crown green bowls tournaments in Rhyl and four golf courses.
The more hardy however from all over the Midlands make the short trip to Burton to take part in the winter outdoor crown green bowls league run by former Derbyshire player Dave Tubey.
"This is the eighth year we have supported Shropshire bowls and hope it helps the officers of the Shropshire Association promote and develop crown green bowls in our county," said county senior team man Colin Beaman, of KGJ Commercial Insurance Service.
The sessions are open to new bowlers wanting to take up and learn the game of crown green bowls, with equipment provided for new bowlers, or to help current players who wish to improve their skills.
Members of the Albany Club bowls team will also be teaching people how to play crown green bowls, with a limted number of 30-minute sessions.