As some of the world's best indoor bowlers battle it out at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, a row has broken out over the sport's future in Huddersfield.
Players in the area face losing their last remaining indoor green after being told there would be no place for the sport at the new leisure centre.
They say the council's response adds insult to injury. It wants the facilities to be 'fit for the next generation of local residents'. Now campaigners are fighting to save their green. Victoria Whittham reports:
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