Updated1 28/06/2023

 

 

 WELCOME TO THE LION'S WEBSITE

 

PHONE 8276 5539

 

OR 0448 266 041

 

email  ascotparkbowls@bigpond.com

 

 

 

NOTICE BOARD

 

 

 

 

GREEN'S FORECAST

 

Saturday 02/03/2024 - Greens Open

 

 

Please check the Greens Availability board to see which green is open.

 

Please remember not to Drop your bowls onto the Greens or stand on the green unless you are about to bowl or directing the head as the greens are still wet and damage will occur causing rinks to be closed.                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

NIGHT OWLS 2023/24

 

Starts Tuesday/Wednesday 17th/18th October

Come along as a team of four, or if individuals or pairs

we can accommodate.

Two practice/registration weeks & matches start  on

31/10 & 1/11

Join in & have some fun, caters for all level of bowlers.

 

Refer to Night Owls page for contact numbers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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COVID RULES.

 

The wearing of masks in the Club is no

 

longer mandatory.

 

Hand sanitizer is available.

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

INFORMATION ABOUT ASCOT PARK BOWLING CLUB

 

 

 

Contact - Phone

08 8276 5539

 

Email:  ascotparkbowls@bigpond.com

 

 

WE HAVE 3 GRASS GREENS

WE HAVE MODERN CLUB  ROOMS

(See more on Hall Hire page.)

WE ARE KNOWN AS THE FRIENDLY CLUB

YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME

JOIN US NOW

9 Davidson Ave., Park Holme, 5043

 

Corner of Marion & Oaklands Road.

 

Postal Address -

PO Box 11, Park Holme, 5043

 

 

 

 

HISTORY

 

 

1960's

Opening of  Season 1965/66

L/R: President Hilton Pike

First Kitty delivered by

Mrs. Harold Leahman

Secretary Len Harper

First Bowl by Mrs. Maureen Pike

Opening Day 1964/65

L/R: President Hilton Pike & Mrs. Pike

George Mee

 Mayor  Ron Keane & Mrs. Keane

Opening Day - 1960's

 

 

         Our story began in 1957. Residents in the Ascot Park area arranged a meeting to inaugurate a Bowling Club in the district.      In January 1959  the site on Marion Road was chosen.  The 1st opening of the A.P.B.C.  was held in 1960.   With the introduction    of Indoor Bowls the club grew rapidly and had to limit membership to 220.  As years progressed the club  house had to be   extended as membership reached 250 men and 135 ladies.

Club House prior to 2011 Inside Club House prior to 2011

 

 

50th ANNIVERSARY OCTOBER 2010

 

 

OPENING OF NEW CLUB HOUSE

17th OCTOBER 2011

 

President Ron Nelson &

 

 Federal MP Steve Georgianis

to cut the ribbon

 

 

         Over the years the Club has been very successful at winning Pennants,State Titles as well as Championship titles.

         Night Owls and Indoor Bowls are also played at the Club.

         At present the Club has a mixed membership, ranging from teenagers to the high 80's.  So you see it is a sport for both   young and old.  To be involved is most important. meeting other people and making new friends can be most rewarding.

         Ascot Park Bowling Club is known as the friendly club.  If you are thinking of joining a Club please consider us - we would      be happy to see you.