Thanks to Grant Hassall and the Taranaki Daily News for the latest Lawn Bowls news from Auckland… Rain had the final say at the New Zealand bowls championships in Auckland yesterday. Only one round was completed, mostly on artificial surfaces, … Continue reading
Thanks to Grant Hassall and the Taranaki Daily News for the latest Lawn Bowls news from Auckland… “The rain that had been forecast did not come, but breezy conditions made play difficult at the New Zealand bowls championships in Auckland … Continue reading
Thanks to Grant Hassall and the Taranaki Daily News for the latest Lawn Bowls news from Taranaki… “Taranaki will have its biggest contingent at the New Zealand bowls championships for a number of years, when this season’s event starts in … Continue reading
For the national lawn bowls championships, beginning in Auckland next Wednesday, it’s not a question of who of the country’s elite bowlers are attending but rather who isn’t. New Zealand’s two best women’s bowlers, multiple world champions Val Smith and … Continue reading
Thanks to Grant Hassall and the Taranaki Daily News, for providing us with the latest lawn bowls news from Taranaki… “Bowls coaching in Taranaki will take a step backwards with the downsizing of the Coach Force role previously occupied by … Continue reading
Men’s Club Fours will be played on the 19th of Feb. The draw for that is: Top Half… C Barrett bye, E Cairncross v B Little. Bottom Half… S Toms v J Didham, J O’Connor v D Free. Men’s … Continue reading
Thanks to Tony Jensen, for providing us with all the news from around the lawn bowls clubs in Manawatu… “Sheryn Blake added a further distinction to her already impressive list of achievements by winning the Centre’s Aussie Pairs at the … Continue reading
Congrats to our team that contested the Hurn Cup at Northern today! Our team was Ted Hodgson, John Graham, Eric Cairncross, and Brian Little. They won 21-10 over Northern’s team that included Ray Lovie, Doug Hayward, Grant Simms and Derek McKee. … Continue reading
Congrats to Ted Hodgson who won our 10yr under mens Singles, winning a very competitive final against Colin Cherri 21-18.
Also to our team that defended the Harris Stars against Takaro 30-9, our team was Eric Cairncross, A Morley, M Bowey, and R Thomson.
Well done to the Terrace End triple skipped by Brian Looker who played superbly to defeat our team in the Open Triples final.
Thanks to Tony for providing us with all the news from around the Lawn Bowls clubs in Manawatu… “Selector Eric Watson will be extra keen to get the representative team back on course when Manawatu faces Hawkes Bay at Palmerston … Continue reading
Richard Girvan and Danny Delany have won New Zealand’s first gold medal at the 2011 Asia Pacific bowls championships in Adelaide, beating Australia’s Brett Wilkie and Mark Casey 17-16 in the men’s pairs today with the last bowl of the … Continue reading
The New Zealand men’s and women’s fours teams produced a powerhouse result in the quarters and semifinals of the Asia-Pacific Bowls Championships in Adelaide yesterday. Having each secured a medal the two sides will be fighting for gold over the … Continue reading
Palmerston North Bowling Club played their open triples tournament in beautiful sunny conditions on thursday. It was very competitive with 48 teams entered, many with the idea of taking a ham home! Thanks to Right Panelbeaters sponsors of the tournament. … Continue reading
Thanks to Tony for providing us with all the Lawn Bowls news from around Manawatu… “Interclub has been and gone for another season and interest will no doubt focus now on the regional finals to be held in Palmerston North … Continue reading
Palmerston North win First Division and Second Division Interclub. Well Done guys!
Congratulations to Joan Ware and Margaret Humphries who won our Senior Womens Pairs, and Robyn McGregor and Mary McConway who won our 10yr under pairs.
Congratulations also to Ross Ellery, our Senior Men’s Singles Champ. In the 10 yr under singles, Colin Cherri will play Ted Hodgson in the final next weekend. Thanks to all those who gave their time marking, and to Coral for looking after us all!