Riverain Bowls Club Youth Section
Riverain Indoor Bowls Club runs bowling sessions for young players under the age of 18 in Hertfordshire.
Each session costs £2 per child and all you need to get started is a clean pair of flat soled trainers or shoes, although there are some bowling shoes available to borrow.
The juniors meet from 9.00am to 11.30am most Saturday mornings at Riverain from October to March and is led by a team
of highly qualified coaching staff headed up by Sandra Smale.
The coaches are dedicated to working with the young players to help them reach their potential and are all trained in safeguarding.
The sessions aim to develop the skill of bowling in our youngsters in a fun and friendly environment,
giving a thorough grounding in technique, etiquette, communication and tactics.
No experience is necessary – just enthusiasm and a willingness to learn.
There are opportunities throughout the year to take part in in-house and national competitions, as well as to participate in county and national level award schemes.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone our Head Coach Sandra on 07783 303268 or
Youth Secretary Julie on 07954 722667.
Please make contact with us before coming along for the first time to make sure there are no competitions going on that day.
Hertfordshire young players bowls outdoor “boot camp” / coaching session.
All females wishing to be considered for the U31s Amy Rose and males for the U25 White Rose teams MUST attend this team managers day.
The event details are :
The session will last between 3 and 4 hours.
The annual Riverain Juniors Generation Game took place on the 12th January 2019 with twelve of our juniors pairing up with a parent to play in a round robin against each other.
After some very good play from all, the last four included our youngest player LillieMay and three of our more
experienced ones - Rhianna, Adam and Jamie H.
Well done Jamie – 2019 Generation Game Champion!
Notice of Child Protection Policy
In accordance with the Policy and Guidelines issued by Bowls England, Riverain Indoor Bowls Club fully accepts its legal and moral obligation to exercise its duty of care and to protect all children (and vulnerable adults) participating in its activities and to safeguard their welfare.
We are committed to do this by acknowledging that :-
We shall use our best endeavours to ensure that :-