Tony Jensen was recently recognised with the Bowls NZ Media Award for 2011. Here is what Bowls NZ had to say! “The judges this year had a difficult job choosing the winner in the Media Award category, with many high … Continue reading
Thanks to Tony for the latest news from around Manawatu’s Bowling Clubs: Bowls like many sports and other organisations such as service clubs and even churches has to remain attractive to people as the battle for a slice of people’s … Continue reading
Here is an interesting demonstration of different types of bowls on a testing table.
Thanks to Russ Heys at Bowls Direct for the use of this video.
As reported in Tony’s article, Kath Brosnahan was recently honoured with life membership at the Club. Among the roles Kath has undertaken in our Club are president, club captain, member of executive, games committee member, selector and welfare officer so … Continue reading
Thanks to Tony Jensen, for providing us with the latest news from around Manawatu… “The season is underway with most Clubs either already open or doing so next weekend. The Centre Programme will not be long in commencing with the … Continue reading
New Bowlers are always welcome at Palmerston North Bowling Club! We can help you get started, if you’re new to the game. New Members can join the club at half price, that’s $85.00 for the year! We can help you out by loaning you a set of bowls to try out, introducing you to other members and giving you some free coaching! You don’t need whites, just a sense of fun. If you have played before, and want to get back into Lawn Bowls in Manawatu, just let us know, and we can help! If you’re at school, membership costs only $25!
So come and enjoy the summer sun here with us at Palmerston North Bowling Club. If you are interested, please leave a comment, and i will be in touch.
From the Taranaki Bowls website… “As you all know that the Nationals will be played in Taranaki in December 2012 and January 2013 why not come and join with us at this years TSB Bank Open Fours to be played … Continue reading