crown green

crown green

n
(Bowls & Bowling) a type of bowling green in which the sides are lower than the middle
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THE genteel sport of crown green bowls may not seem like the most likely target of a curb on alcohol.
KHANEWAL:Youngs Cricket Club Khanewal qualified for semi final of 4th All Punjab Crown Gold Trophy Cricket Tournament 2017 by defeating Crown Green club by 41 runs here on Monday.
THE Huddersfield Junior Crown Green Bowling Association will be holding coaching sessions at The Dome.
Many crown green bowlers come to Erdington Court for the indoor season and another feature of recent years has been a crown green league tournament involving teams of four men using exotic titles such as 'Drakes Drum' and 'Forget Me Not.
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.
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.
The "fantastic" all-weather crown green is the only outdoor facility of its kind in the area which has access for wheelchairs.
The show on TV just happened to be crown green bowls and I was getting quite into it.
Last year Marks hinted he was relaxing more when he revealed he had taken up crown green bowling after a holiday in Torquay.
Members of the local Crown Green Bowling Association paid tribute to Mr Davies at Abbey Church in Shrewsbury.
ENGLAND'S Danny Denison recovered from the shock of dropping the second set to beat crown green specialist John Whiteley in the first round of the world indoor singles at Yarmouth yesterday.