Port Noarlunga Bowling Club


Having considered the announcement by Bowls Australia, the latest advice from the Federal Government and the recommendation of BowlsSA that all Clubs and Associations training and social events should be suspended.

The bowling club will, until further notice be closed for all organised events, functions and bowling.

PNBC will provide information and clarification as it becomes available.

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“Mission” To facilitate and promote the sport of lawn bowls for the whole community in a friendly welcoming atmosphere

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On that basis, JBH Caterers are willing to offer takeaways weekly if there is continuing interest and support.

See attached this week's menu, details for ordering, collection and payment.

You must place orders by 5pm on Thursday 28 May, collection will be from 10.30am- 12noon Saturday 30 May.

Payment can be by card or exact cash.

Family and friends are most welcome to use our take away service.
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Competitive Bowls

The 2017/18 Season brought some great results, with three Pennants and no relegations.

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PNBC has nine Bowls Australia Accredited Coaches to conduct practice and training, school programs and 1:1 coaching for Club Members and Night Owls players.

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Social Bowls

Our club organises a regular series of social bowls matches during the off season and during Pennant competition if there are sufficient numbers. Cost $6 per person which includes coffee or tea. Early booking are essential as they are very popular

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The Port Noarlunga Soldiers’ Memorial Bowling Club, to give it’s full name, is located on the W.H. Hunt Reserve, River Road, Port Noarlunga.

We have three excellent greens, two are grass and one synthetic. A roomy clubroom with undercover patio and bar facilities overlooks the greens. There is a large carpark and parking is never a problem.

Bowls SA awarded PNBC the title of Best Overall Club 2014/15 plus our coach Deanna Amos was named Coach of the Year and our Groundsman, Max Anesbury was named Volunteer of the Year.