Ten Pin Bowling
Bowling is an individual, competitive sport in which the player/bowler rolls a ball down a lane, with the aim of scoring points by knocking down pins positioned at the end of the lane. Bowling is played in alleys around the world with a set of formal and informal rules.
Ten pin is a great fun game with plenty of laughs, near misses and great shots. Remember, to keep your eye on the pin you wish to hit first.
Ten pin bowling competition commences 3rd of February 2016 (click here to download the flyer) (PDF 413KB)
- A game is played in 10 frames.
- When all of the pins are knocked down with one try, the score given in the frame is 10 plus the total of the next two throws.
- When all of the pins are knocked down in two tries, the score given in the frame is 10 plus the total of the next throw.
- If all of the pins aren't knocked down, the score given for that frame is the number of pins that were knocked over.
- The winner of a game is the player who achieves the highest score in the 10 frames.
Host organisers usually arrange games with 4 players to each alley.
Consult your Team Leader or Tournament Coordinator for assistance in understanding or explaining the use of special aids or scoring procedures.