County Concrete Bowls Ditch Channel.



The ultimate pre-formed reinforced Concrete Bowling Green Ditch Channel System.

Ideal to replace grass banks, rotting railway sleepers, concrete walls or previous outdated concrete ditch channels, these County concrete ditches will guarantee your bowling green is up to standard and up to date for many years to come.

Sportsmark designers produced this forward sloping shape to meet requirements of “the Laws of the game” and address the issues of the “firing game” deflecting the woods down into the ditch and reducing the likelihood of woods returning to the green from the bank.

A solid heavy concrete unit with internal glass fibre reinforcing this ditch unit is designed to provide an exceptionally long trouble free life.

The units are 600mm long and weigh of 53kg each. The purpose made one piece corner unit weighs 75kg. Both should be handled by at least 2 fit people when moving.

The county concrete  ditch channel is a generous 300mm (12ins) wide at the inside base to give sufficient width for the woods to drop in, but is narrower at the top to allow easy safe access to and from the green.

The top edge is a safe 39mm wide and will allow protective artificial grass ditch protection matting to be fitted without peeling off and continue down the impact or hitting face..

Alternatively wooden battens can be fitted to the front face using the pre-drilled locator holes provided in each unit.

When properly installed it will create a bank in excess of 250mm above the green surface which easily exceeds the 225mm minimum required by the rules of the game

Priced per typical green 38.4m x 38.4m  (4 sides x 39m to outside corners) a set comprises of 256 straight & 4 corner pieces.

Alternative quantities can be sold so please contact us for a price.

Delivery cost is not included and is priced dependent on location. Prices start from £450.00 including fork lift off load plus VAT.

Ditch dimensions drawing.pdf


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