Bowls Contacts: Emily Robbins – Bowls Canterbury
For further assistance when finding equipment, putting together or training your Lawn Bowls team please contact Emily at Bowls Canterbury.
Manager’s Meeting: 10.30am, 17 September, at the Lincoln Bowling Club, Lincoln.
Rules: The Koru Games Lawn Bowls competitions will be played under normal lawn bowls rules, unless listed below;
Competitions: Boys, Girls and Mixed tournaments will be held separately. There are no limits to the number of pairs each school can enter.
Format: The Lawn Bowls tournament has separate boys, girls and mixed competitions. They will play round robin games in pools, the results of which will give seeding for a knockout round resulting in overall placings. Get your draws here
Coaches: Bowls NZ, Bowls Canterbury and the Lincoln Bowling Club will make coaches available throughout the tournament. There will be a heavy influence of this coaching on Day 1 of the tournament to ensure all players will be capable bowlers. We are committed to developing the skills of young coaches, as such, to express an interest in being a Lawn Bowls Coach please contact Emily or Katie.
Team Manager: All teams must be accompanied by a manager (teacher, parent, senior student).
First Aid: Performance Physio will be set up at the netball courts, and Complete Physiotherapy will be set up at rugby sevens to provide first aid to any lawn bowls competitors that need it during the three days. Both physios will offer strapping at an additional charge (cash only).
Food/Beverage: Currently being sourced
Equipment: Bowls Canterbury and/or other clubs within Canterbury will supply bowls to use during the tournament. If you require help getting access to bowls to practice with prior to the tournament contact Emily.
PreGames Training: Bowls Canterbury are organising training opportunities prior to the Games and the details will be shared once dates and venues have been finalised.