Keeping your Lawn Bowls polished and clean is very important to your indoor bowls and outdoor bowls game, here's 6 reasons why you should keep your lawn bowls clean.
1. You have more control and a better grip of the bowl, allowing you to play better.
2. It will preserve the running surface, meaning that they will continue to perform as they should for a longer time.
3. It will help looking brand new, meaning you can sell them for a better price when the time comes for an upgrade.
4. If you use Grippo, or anything similar, you will need to clean this off to avoid picking up excess dirt
5. If you play outdoors, mud, sand and an array of other 'muck' may get stuck to your bowls, if you leave this on there it will not only affect your play, but if there is contact with another bowl it could cause damage to your bowl.
6. Professionalism, professional athletes don't turn up with dirty equipment, and neither should you.
We have a great range of bowls care products in stock and ready to ship to you, with prices starting from as little as £2.99 delivered to your door.
Greg’s debut as Bowls England Indoor Captain saw great success last weekend at Falcon Indoor Bowls Club in Chelmsford. The England team began their campaign with a comfortable 48 shot victory over Ireland. Scotland who have been England’s strongest competitors over the years also started strong with a 45 shot victory against Wales.England’s second game of the British Isles [...]
The British Isles Indoor Bowls Council International Series between England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland is taking place on home ground at Falcon Indoor Bowls Club in Chelmsford, Essex. The series takes place over Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week and is always a highlight in the bowls calendar.England opened the Men’s British Isles Series at the Falcon Indoor Bowls [...]
Following on from our very own Greg Harlow being announced as the new England captain, we caught up with him to chat about the role as he gets ready to make his debut at Chelmsford in the BIIBC Mens Internationals 2019 between 14th and 16th March 2019…How do you feel about walking out as England captain?Really excited. It is [...]
A massive congratulations to the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships Open Singles winner, Stewart Anderson.What an incredible final between the number 9 seed from Lanarkshire and unseeded qualifier Simon Skelton from Nottingham.The Scot dominated in the first set, winning 11-5 but it was a different story in the second set with both players producing an incredible game, but [...]
Greg is our Bowls Ambassador and the current world number one indoor bowls player.Greg and his team organise competitions for 10,000 bowls players every year, and run the Potters Bowls Shop. As Greg gets ready to compete in the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships, we caught up with him to find out his greatest bowls achievement, his top [...]
Bowl everyone over when you head back indoors after the outdoor season finishes, with our top tips…1.Widen your stance and point your feet out, and half your pace. Slow down and go lower to achieve a smooth delivery2.If you're playing on away greens, follow the opposition on the first few ends. Bowls greens aren't all level and home [...]
We asked our very own Bowls Ambassador, Greg Harlow, to tell us about his most memorable bowls career highlights…1.“A pivotal year was in 1992 when I won my first national junior (under 25) England singles title and with my sister, Joanne, the national mixed pairs. It really was my breakthrough year and I was the first home grown [...]
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A massive congratulations to Martin Puckett, from Weymouth, who has defended the Open Singles Circuit 2018 Grand Final Title at Potters. In the final he beat James Rippey 9-0, 5-4, and Martin really is a rising bowls star.We caught up with Martin for a brief chat before the final…What has been your career highlight to date?Winning the Open [...]