Bowling

Crown Green Bowling

Nether Edge Bowling Club has an extremely large green. We use a rope divide it into two greens - known as the "top green" and the "bottom green". Both greens are well maintained and are of a high standard; the bottom green having flooodlights.
The greens have previously been used by South Yorkshire for County matches and they are also used as neutral greens for competitions run by the Associations we subscribe to. 
When the green is not being used for matches there is plenty of scope for members to have a friendly game and visitors may be signed in by members of the Club and pay a nominal fee to play. 

We welcome New Members!
We would like to attract more bowlers to join us at NEBC. Once you have paid your annual subscription in April then you will not be required to pay any further green fees during the year. If you are interested in playing then please visit our membership page (www.nedgebc.co.uk/membership.php) or contact us for further details. 

Winter Bowling 

 If weather permits then we also have floodlit bowling on Monday and Thursday evenings during the winter months.  

NEBC Summer Bowling Teams
NEBC currently has a number of mixed, ladies, gents veterans and ladies veterans teams that play under the auspices of Sheffield and District Parks Bowling Association, Sheffield and Hallamshire Bowls Association and Sheffield and District Social Bowling Association.

Monday mornings:- Ladies Vets Singles (1 team of 7)
Monday evenings:- Mixed Singles and Doubles (4 teams of 8)
Tuesday evenings:- Mixed Singles (3 teams of 8)
Wednesday afternoons:- Gents Veterans Singles (4 teams of 8)

Wednesday evenings:- Ladies singles (1 team of 7)

Thursday afternoons:- Ladies Singles (2 teams of 7)

Friday mornings:- Ladies Doubles (1 team of 6)
Friday afternoons:- Gents Veterans Doubles (3 teams of 8)
Saturday afternoons:- Mixed Singles (1 team of 10)

Other Local Bowling Clubs
Please click here to view a chronological list of all Crown Green Bowling Clubs in the Sheffield area showing the date when they were established.
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