BLI / LBLI Blog
A promotional U-Tube video created by the Development Committee has been posted to the DEVCO home page. To access follow the link below
The BLI special general meeting and the Council meeting scheduled for April 7th have been postponed to April 21st, and will probably be held by zoom. This will give our auditors sufficient time to finalise the 2020 financial accounts and will also enable Council to assess the practicalities of having as near a normal playing season as possible in 2021.
Following the council meeting of the 17th of February the following changes have been made to the website for the BLI.
- The BLI Constitution and Competition Rules have been amended to reflect the recent AGM changes,
- The BLI Officers and Committees page has been updated to reflect last nights appointments.
- BLI Competition Dates for 2021 posted.
- Club Tournament Dates for 2021 posted.
NOTE : All dates are subject to change due to COVID restrictions.
The following email has been received from Sport Ireland.
Date: Fri 12 Feb 2021, 17:18
Subject: Women in Sport Week for International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day takes place on March 8th 2021.
To celebrate, Sport Ireland are hosting a Women in Sport Week where we will be showcasing various projects and initiatives taking place under the pillars of the Women in Sport Policy.
More information to follow.
High Performance and NGB Administrator | High Performance
Sport Ireland | The Courtyard | Sport Ireland Campus | Blanchardstown | Dublin 15
The British Isles Bowls Council (BIBC) and British Isles Women’s Bowls Council (BIWBC) have today announced the cancellation of all events for the 2021 season. The decision reflects the challenges related to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions and has been made to enable more grassroots bowlers to enjoy the sport this summer. Whilst we remain positive that people will be out on the greens this summer, the international series and championships necessitate an extra level of logistical planning and delivery for players, spectators, and officials. Given these extra considerations, particularly around international travel and the varying restrictions across Britain expected to continue for months, it was not viable to continue without damaging the integrity of the events. All nations agreed that the early decision was important to provide clarity to players and spectators, give every nation the opportunity to make the most of their domestic calendar, and provide much-needed support to clubs.No decision has been taken on British Isles events for 2022 as this will form part of a wider review taking into account a number of considerations including the Commonwealth Games taking place at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa.
Notes: The members of the BIBC are: Bowls England; Irish Bowling Association; Bowls Guernsey; BowlsJersey; Bowls Scotland; Welsh Bowling Association;
The members of the BIWBC are: Bowls England; Irish Women’s Bowling Association; Bowls Jersey; Bowls Scotland; Welsh Women’s Bowling Association
Dates for the BLI Council Meetings for 2021 as well as the 2021 BLI Calendar have been updated. All dates and venues are dependent on the Coronavirus situation at the time and may change.
It is hoped to update the Club Tournament Dates shortly after the February Council Meeting.
Guide to this website
If you are having problems finding your way around this website hopefully the guide below will help you find what you are looking for.
IRISH LAWN BOWLS
Welcome to the official site of the Bowling League of Ireland and the Ladies Bowling League of Ireland.
Irish Lawn Bowls is the combination of the Bowling League of Ireland (BLI) and the Ladies Bowling League of Ireland (LBLI), the governing body for Lawn Bowls in the Republic of Ireland. The game is fast growing with clubs now in the following counties: Cork, Dublin, Kildare, Limerick, Meath, Offaly, Sligo, Waterford, and Wicklow. There are however many other counties where clubs are in the process of being formed.
Lawn bowls is a sport for all ages with competitors aged from under 10 to almost 100 currently playing in BLI/LBLI affiliated clubs.
If you are new to the sport of bowls and want to find out how to play the game have a look at the following link which will help you find out how to play.
Map of Bowling Clubs within the BLI / LBLI
Click on the “view larger map” button at the top right of picture for more details. Note the details are what the individual club has put on Google and may not always be a 100% correct.
A full list of BLI Member clubs together with their website details can be found at
For club addresses and Secretary Details see