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           The Raleigh Blind Bowlers Association -
                          The Raleigh Outlaws 

            The nation's largest bowling league for persons who are blind or visually impaired.

 
Check it out! The Photo Gallery has pictures from last year's ABBA National Tournament trip to Reno!

Welcome to the official website of the Raleigh Outlaws!
Here you will find helpful information. This is a useful tool for league members and fellow bowlers and for those persons interested in becoming involved with our blind bowling program.

The Raleigh Outlaws compete on Friday nights starting the Friday after Labor Day and concluding no later than the second Friday in May. With holiday breaks and nights off for tournament competition, the league bowls a 27 week season. Our bowling house is Buffaloe Lanes North, 5900 Oak Forest Road, in Raleigh, NC. You can find our league standings on the alley's website 
here 
under League Standings.

The Raleigh Outlaws Bowling League is affiliated with the Raleigh Parks and Recreation Visually Impaired Program. The Parks and Recreation Program provides two staff and two vans for our home competition and provides staff and vehicles for some of our tournaments. For more information about the Raleigh Parks and Recreation Visually Impaired Program please call 919-807-5403 or visit the Parks and Rec website
here. Please enjoy browsing our new website, as more information will be added regularly.
 

The 2012-2013 League Schedule has been updated on the Calendar Page and is available HERE as a Word document! Please note date changes for the Charles E. Roane Invitational and the Raleigh Outlaw Invitational.

Our 2012-2013 Teams and substitute bowlers list is available 
HERE!

Here's the
City of Raleigh Emergency Contact form (required to ride city transportation). 

Congratulations to Renee' Benton, who was the winner of the chest freezer and Meat House gift certificate at the 16th annual Carolina Bowling Alliance Tournament and Shootout last October.

Please visit the Carolina Bowling Alliance webpage
www.cbabowlers.com
for more information on regional bowling activities and other items of interest to the visually impaired community.

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