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However, the green could only be used for private play and he forbade anyone to "play at any bowle or bowles in open space out of his own garden or orchard".King James I issued a publication called "The Book of Sports" and, although he condemned football (soccer) and golf, encouraged the play of bowls.China, North Korea’s closest ally, had previously called for this year’s military exercise to be dropped amid fears it would provoke the North even more as tensions have spiked.Last week the North’s state-run media outlet warned that the drill in the Korean Peninsula would ‘further drive the situation on the Korean Peninsula into catastrophe’.
He said that the UK should not be taking part in any ‘joint exercises’ in the region with the UK’s strategic partners.This has been determined based on artefacts found in tombs dating circa 5,000 B. The sport spread across the world and took on a variety of forms, Bocce (Italian), Bolla (Saxon), Bolle (Danish), Boules (French) and Ula Maika (Polynesian).The oldest Bowls green still played on is in Southampton, England where records show that the green has been in operation since 1299 A. There are other claims of greens being in use before that time, but these are, as yet, unsubstantiated Certainly the most famous story in lawn bowls is with Sir Frances Drake and the Spanish Armada.On July 18, 1588, Drake was involved in a game at Plymouth Hoe when he was notified that the Spanish Armada were approaching.
His immortalised response was that "We still have time to finish the game and to thrash the Spaniards, too." He then proceeded to finish the match which he lost before embarking on the fight with the Armada which he won.
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