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BCGBA Coaching


Coaching is now recognised as an integral part of the bowling scene. Many new bowlers have been introduced to the game with the assistance of the British Crown Green Coaching Scheme.

The functions of the BCGCS consist of coaching new members at club level, coaching people with disabilities & an extensive programme of coaching juniors & junior County teams.

Facilities are also available for full day coaching sessions at individual clubs with video recordings of delivery action played back to the pupils and qualified coaches giving remedial advice where necessary. A fee for each pupil for these sessions is payable.

To accommodate anyone wishing to become a qualified bowls coach, the BCGCS have a programme of organised training sessions.

The first stage is to qualify as an instructor, a qualification that enables the coaching of beginners from a specially produced syllabus and guidelines manual.

The second stage in becoming a “Bowls Coach” requires more training and assessment and usually takes 2/3 years.

Should you wish to know more about coaching in general or on how to become a trained instructor/coach, please contact:


Mr Alan Beaumont

Ailsa Craig,

Orchard Road



Lancashire LA5 0DP


Tel: 01524 761038

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