Secondary Schools Results

Resullts of Secondary School Competitions 2012 held at Bowls Heretaunga Complex on Sat and Sun 7 & 8th July.

Girls Pairs. 1st Caitlin Thomson & Sophie Fisher Palmerston North High – Manawatu.
2nd. Anastasia Smith & Nicole Holdem – Gisborne Girls High. Poverty Bay
Reserve, Lisa Simmonsen & S.Lange Hastings Girls High – Hawkes Bay.

Boys Pairs. 1st Ryan Douglas & Cameron Hudson Gisborne Boys High – Poverty Bay. 2nd Damien Holder & Jake Woolford – Wairarapa College – Wairarapa.

Reserve – Nil.

Girls Singles 1st Tianna White – Hukarere College – Hawkes Bay. 2nd Adele Critchlow – St. Matthews School – Wairarapa. Reserve – Heidi McLaughlan. Palmerston Nth Girls High – Manawatu.

Boys Singles 1st Richard Hocking. – Taradale Hight School – Hawkes Bay. 2nd Dean Drummond – Hastings Boys High – Hawkes Bay. Reserve – Patrick Sims – Palmerston Nth Boys High – Manawatu.

Youth

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We provide an opportunity for young bowlers to play bowls in a friendly and competitive environment at Palmerston North Bowling Club. A ‘colt’ (a first or second year bowler) can compete for their own club championship, while also competing against experienced bowlers in our 10 years (bowler) and under, and Senior Men’s/Women’s Championships. If you want to just have a go, come down and play Mates in Bowls. If you want to learn more we have a number of coaches who can give a helping hand. Young players are picked to play in club challenges against other clubs, and Palmerston North Bowling Club is well represented in Manawatu Youth Teams.

New Zealand Schools Champs

A great article from the Manawatu Standard about Himatangi Bowling Club

“A bowling green is all about the soil microbes. Reporter Lee Matthews hears how the hearty little Himatangi Beach Bowling Club got started in pure sand.

Sophie Fisher could be forgiven for feeling she’s got about 30 grandparents.

At 15, the Palmerston North Girls’ High School year 11 student is the youngest member of the Himatangi Beach Bowling Club, and her lawn bowling progress is eagerly coached by a membership keen to pass on tips.

Their advice is working. This is her…” Read More at http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/features/6845889/Bowling-from-the-grass-roots