Bowden’s Field, located in Jan Hofmeyr Road, is the School’s main playing field.
In summer it serves as a cricket oval, the home of the Westville 1st cricket XI. Two turf nets for cricket practices are located in the south-eastern corner of the field.
In winter Bowden’s Field is converted into two fields, Bowden’s 1 and Bowden’s 2. These serve as playing fields for rugby in the second term and soccer in the third term. Bowden’s 1 is the home venue for the Westville 1st rugby XV. A modern electronic scoreboard is located on the eastern side of the field. It is not uncommon for up to 5000 spectators to watch rugby at this field on a Saturday afternoon, particularly when Westville is playing one of its traditional rivals. Bowden’s Pavilion is situated adjacent to the field. Its balconies provide additional viewing areas for matches.
Commons’ Field is situated on the south side of the school alongside the M13 freeway. It converts from two cricket fields in summer to two rugby fields and a hockey field in winter. The field also boasts 12 turf nets for cricket practices, as well as change rooms and seating for spectators.