Play Jack Attack at Webbcona Bowls Club

Webbcona Bowls Club will be hosting a Jack Attack program during October and November.

Jack Attack is Bowls Australia’s social-competitive version of bowls that can be enjoyed by new and experienced players.  It’s a short, sharp, snappy style of play, taking place at clubs right around the country!

Aim: Bowls is a precision sport whereby players roll bowls, with the expressed intent of finishing closest to a smaller ball know as the ‘jack’.

Teams: Each team comprises of 3 participants playing on the green during each end.  You are free to have up to 6 members in your team, giving all participants a chance to be involved, socialise or enjoy a drinks-break!

Scoring: Once each competitor or team has delivered all of their bowls, the distance from the jack to the closest bowl(s) is determined, and one point (called a ‘shot’) is awarded for each bowl that is closer than their opponent’s closest bowl to the jack.

But wait, there’s more! Each team has a POWERPLAY that can be called at the beginning of an end during each set, doubling the amount of shots won for that particular end!

Program Details
Start Date: Thursday 31st October
Program Dates: 31/10/19, 7/11/19, 14/11/19, 21/11/19, 28/11/19
Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Venue: Webbcona Bowls Club – Grevillea Road, Wendouree
Weekly Cost: $30 per team, payable on game night

Come along and encourage your family and friends to join in.  It’s also an ideal team building activity for workplace groups.

All participants are encouraged to dress comfortably and wear flat shoes.  Participants can also bring their own bowls or use the bowls provided.

There will be a free sausage sizzle for all participants and drinks will be available for purchase.

Register as a team or as an individual:
– Teams can register a minimum of three and a maximum of six players
– Individuals who register will be placed into a team on the first night

Click here to register.

Download the flyer.

Entries close on Monday 28th October.

For further information, contact Tom Clarke on 0448 533 926