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The player rolls a ball to knock over as many pins as possible.

An Overview of Bowling

Ten-pin bowling is a sport in which a player rolls a bowling ball down a wooden lane with the objective of scoring points by knocking down as many pins as possible. You have two attempts to knock down 10 pins, and the total number you knock down is added to your score. You then have 10 opportunities to get as high a score as possible.

Facts

  • The world champion is crowned at the WTBA World Championship held by the World Tenpin Bowling Association since 1954.
  • The "Weber Cup" is the ten-pin bowling equivalent of golf's Ryder Cup.It is the world famous major world tournament of Team Europe vs. Team USA bowling championships that happens annually.

Find Bowling Activities Near You

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Tue, 06 Nov 2018

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National Governing Bodies

British Tenpin Bowling Association

Contact Name
General Information
Contact Email
btba@btconnect.com
Contact Telephone
020 8478 1745

Clubszone Beeston

Kids Summer Activity Club Beeston.
For Children Aged 5-12 Years Old.

Step Out Youth Group

Step Out is a youth group based in South Wigston, running two nights a week. Tuesdays 6 pm till 7.30 pm & Fridays 6 pm till 8 pm
We run all kind of sports activities indoor and out. Run for 8 till 16 Year of age

Partners

  • Harborough LSA
    Leicestershire County Council
    Safeguarding
    O&W LSA
    NWL LSA
  • Active Leicester
    H&B LSA
    Melton LSA
    Sport England
    Charnwood LSA
  • Equality Standard
    Active Rutland
    Active Partnerships
    Blaby LSA

Partners

  • Harborough LSA
    Leicestershire County Council
  • Active Leicester
    NWL LSA
  • H&B LSA
    Melton LSA
  • Active Partnerships
    O&W LSA
  • Active Rutland
    Safeguarding
  • Blaby LSA
    Charnwood LSA
  • Equality Standard
    Sport England