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Lawn Bowls

The Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Lawn Bowls competition will see a record number of competitors, including some of the world’s best indoor and outdoor bowlers.

Nine days of competition will see six gold medals on offer at the State Lawn Bowls Centre in the suburb of Thornbury, conducted in accordance with the rules of the World Bowls (WB) international federation.

The draws are conducted in a round-robin format. At the conclusion of the preliminary rounds the top performers then compete in the quarter finals. From the quarter finals onward the games are run on a knockout basis. The winners of the semi finals then play off for gold in the men’s and women’s singles, doubles and triples competition.

Competition Format
Event Men Women
Singles
Pairs
Triples

For further information please visit the following sites:

  • World Bowls.
  • Bowls Australia.
  • Royal Victorian Bowls Association.

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Medal Table

Lawn Bowls
Country Gold Medal Tally
Gold
Silver Medal Tally
Silver
Bronze Medal Tally
Bronze
Australia flag Australia 3 1 1
Malaysia flag Malaysia 2 0 0
Scotland flag Scotland 1 1 0
Wales flag Wales 0 2 0
England flag England 0 1 1


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