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Notice from HKLBA office

Observe a Minute's Silence in respect of Mike Worth (Issued on 20/4/22)

To pay respect to Mr Mike Worth, the honorary treasurer of the Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association who passed away peacefully on January 10, we are recommending all clubs to observe a one-minute’s silence before the first game of the 2022 Premier League season.

 

Recruitment of Senior Sports Executive (Updated on 19/4/22)

The Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association is looking for an energetic candidate to help us to organise,   manage and promote the sports in Hong Kong. (Recruitment information)

 

Recruitment of Sports Executive (Updated on 6/7/22)

The Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association is looking for an energetic candidate to help us to organise, manage and promote the sports in Hong Kong. (Recruitment information)

 

Update: All lawn bowls activities suspended until February 3 (Issued on 24/1/22)

Due to the closure of all sports premises in Hong Kong by the Government, all lawn bowls activities, including the Triples League, national competitions and training courses, will be suspended until February 3. The reschedule arrangement will be announced later.

The Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association will provide updates when there is a change of government policies.

Please stay vigilant and healthy.

 

Compulsory testing notice on 5 January, 2022 – Victoria Park (Issued on 6/1/22)

Following the Government gazettes compulsory testing notice, the bowlers whom participated in the Under-25 Singles Championship 2021 at Victoria Park, 1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong between 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on 1 January 2022 and 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on 2 January 2022 must compulsorily undergo testing.

 

All lawn bowls activities suspended (Issued on 6/1/22)

Due to the closure of all sports premises in Hong Kong by the Government, all lawn bowls activities, including the Triples League, national competitions and training courses, will be suspended from Friday, January 7, for two weeks. The reschedule arrangement will be announced later. The Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association will provide updates when there is a change of government policies. Please stay vigilant and healthy.

 


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