Lightweight Ten Pin bowling set

Lightweight Ten Pin bowling set consisting of 10 pins, 2 x balls and carrying bag. Pins measure approx. 30cm in height and balls are 13cm in diameter. Fully washable. A great way to keep active and can be played seated or standing.

Ten Pin Bowling is a popular game for all ages and abilities. Object is to roll the ball and knock down as many pins as you can and add up your scores. Get them all down and you get a 'Full House' which enables you to have another go. Winner is the one with the highest score after 10 goes.

Size: Pins (h) 30cm. Ball (dia) 13cm.

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