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Lawn Bowls

Lawn Bowls

Lawn Bowling involves rolling radially asymmetrical balls, called bowls, closest to a smaller white ball. It is played on a bowling green which may be grass or an artificial surface.

Lawn Bowls has featured at all Commonwealth Games, beginning with the first at Hamilton, Canada, in 1930, except in Kingston in 1966.

Men and women will compete in one, two and three player formats. Six Gold medals shall be won.

Delhi 2010 will feature six events at the J.N. Sports complex from 4 to 13 October 2010.

Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

Training Venue:

Yamuna Sports Complex (2 Greens)

Delhi Public School, RK Puram (2 Greens)


    - Singles, Men and Women
    - Pairs, Men and Women
    - Triples, Men and Women


All competitions to be held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on 4-13 October 2010.

Medals at stake

    - Gold: 3 Men, 3 Women
    - Silver: 3 Men, 3 Women
    - Bronze:3 Men, 3 Women


Singles (Men and Women): 1 athlete Pairs (Men and Women): 2 athletes Triples (Men and Women): 3 athletes

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Sonali Chander
Sonali Chander
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