Leinster Bowling Club – Over 100 Years of Tradition

Leinster Bowling Club - Over 100 Years of Tradition

Welcome to Leinster Bowling Club. The club was founder in 1913 by members of the Leinster Cricket Club and it is part of the much larger Leinster Sports Complex located in Rathmines, Dublin 6. The Bowling Club has a men’s and a ladies section and these are affiliated to the Bowling League of Ireland (BLI) and the Ladies Bowling League of Ireland (LBLI) respectively.

Both sections compete in the BLI & LBLI League Matches, Competitions and Championships during the summer.

During the winter the club participates (with a mixed team of men and ladies) in the Winter League Competition under the auspices of All Weather Bowling Association.

The club has a synthetic bowling green with floodlighting which facilitates all year round bowling. The club runs Social Bowling Competitions (Triples & Rinks) during the winter months and these competitions and the Winter League Competition are open to members from other clubs who may wish to avail of Winter Membership at Leinster.

The club also participates in the Indoor Bowling Competitions which run from October to March.

The club have the facility of a well stocked Bar with a viewing area overlooking the bowling green and a Function Room for meetings and social events. There is a large secure car park available free to members.

Leinster Bowling Club – A Club For All Ages

Leinster Bowling News & Events

Leinster Bowling News & Events

Leinster Bowling Club is one of the most active bowling clubs in the country with frequent competitive and social bowing events. Find out about upcoming events and news

Why Not Become A Member?

New members, men and women, are welcome at Leinster Bowling Club. If you would like to join Leinster Bowling Club our office is open Monday to Friday 10am – 1pm. Telephone: 01-4972428 or 01-4974673.

Club Celebrates Centenary

2013 was an historic year for the Leinster Bowling Club as we celebrated our centenary. To commemorate and mark the event we have compiled a 44 page guide on the history of the club which is available