PAKENHAM BOWLS CLUB – PENNANT REPORT – ROUND 16 – 22 FEB 2020 SATURDAY When Pakenham’s First Division side met Cheltenham in the first half of the home and away rounds it was the Lions who claimed the win, as well as 16 of the 18 available Pennant points. However the Cheltenham team which turned...Read more
Our Great Community Bowls Club
The Future 2020
By August 2020 the Pakenham Bowls Club will have a roof over the Banks green
Your community gathering place for the most enjoyable
lawn bowls experience.
|Pakenham Bowls Club is the home of the Mighty Lions and a wonerful place to bowl. The Club has superb facilities and you will always find a friendly welcome when you visit. The Club is a great place to participate in Social, Barefoot, or Competitive Lawn Bowls.
The Club has two synthetic greens allowing our members all year bowling. Flood-lights are available enabling twighlight bowling competitions during the summer period.
So come and join us at Pakenham
Our clubhouse is available for hire, for private functions such as birthday parties (30+), wedding anniversaries, weddings, corporate meetings, engagement parties & Christmas parties, which could incorporate bare foot bowls.Read more
Looking to join the best and friendliest club in the region. We have membership packages to suit all levels.Read more
PENNANT REPORT – ROUND 15 – 15 FEB 2020-02-16 SATURDAY With only one of the four weekend sides recording a win, the mood in the Pakenham clubrooms on Saturday evening was in keeping with the weather which had been gloomy with light drizzle for most of the afternoon – bizarrely, on a day which had...Read more
BERYL & THEO CROWLEY MEMORIAL DAY 2020 Last Sunday players came from Port Welshpool, Rosedale, Karingal, Melbourne B C, Garfield, Cardinia Waters and Koo Wee Rup to join Pakenham Bowls Club members in the annual celebration and commemoration of the contribution made by past Life Members Beryl and Theo Crowley to the club – and...Read more
PAKENHAM BOWLS CLUB – PENNANT REPORT – ROUND 14 – 8 FEB 2020 SATURDAY Pakenham One (Div 1) had a pleasant drive in the country to Warburton where they fully expected to regain second position on the ladder, taken from them in round 13 by a cruel fluke of the weather – however the game...Read more