About Lawn Bowls
Lawn Bowls has been included on every Commonwealth Games program since 1930 except in 1966 in Jamaica. Women were included for the first time in Brisbane in 1982.
In 2002, two Para-Sport events were added and Lawn Bowls made a compulsory sport.
The governing body for Lawn Bowls in Australia is Bowls Australia.
New Generations Hitting the Green: Coleman named Emerging Athlete of the Month as part of evolving junior talent breaking Lawn Bowls stereotypesJune 20, 2023
When picturing your typical lawn bowler, one that is 12 years of age doesn’t normally come to mind. However, young Harry Coleman is part of an emerging generation bucking the trend in the sport.
June 19, 2023
Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA) has today announced the Athlete Advisory Group (AAG) through to Victoria 2026, with their input on behalf of all athletes critical to our operations and the success of the green and gold in under three years’ time.
May 19, 2023
Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA) will inject $13 million into bespoke sport initiatives and direct athlete support aimed at delivering team success at the Victoria 2026 Commonwealth Games.