Exeter Tenpin Bowling
Please ensure that all participating team members arrive at the above venue by 5pm at the latest for pre-event registration and briefing.
To score as many points overall as possible by knocking down the pins (in your own lane!).
Event information / scoring
All teams will play one game of bowling. The aim is to score the highest amount of points in total (see ten pin scoring details below). The scores will then be ranked as follows:
- 26 Points – Winner
- 25 Points – Winner
- 24 Points – Winner
- 23 Points – Winner
Playing by the rules
- Team of 6 players.
- Teams must be mixed gender.
- Maximum team of 6.
When all 10 pins are knocked down with one ball. You get 10 points for these pins, plus the points of the next 2 balls thrown.
All 10 pins are knocked down with 2 consecutive balls. You get 10 points for this plus the points of the pins that the next ball knocks down.
A game consists of 10 frames (or turns) per person.
A frame is one turn.
This is the black line at the start of the lane.
You will receive a foul if you step over the foul line.
This is when you get 2 strikes in a row.
This is if you get 3 strikes in a row.
This is the sections either side of the lane where the ball ends up if they come off the lane or you miss.
Time / Location
From Exeter City Centre
By Train – The nearest stop is Exeter St Thomas, it is then approx. 10 minutes walk to The Ten Pin Bowling Centre, beside the Matalan store off Haven Road
By Bus – The A, E, F, F1, P buses all leave regularly from High Street and Sidwell Street and stop in Cowick Street at Boots Exe Bridge, it is then approx.10 minutes walk to The Ten Pin Bowling Centre, beside the Matalan store off Haven Road.
There is a car park at Ten Pin, Haven Road, please note this may be a pay and display