A new initiative for bowls in New Zealand has been confirmed with the sport adding a fresh level of inter-island competition with the ‘first’ North (Te Ika-A-Maui) v South (Te Waipounamu) contest set for later this year.
Bowls New Zealand today announced the six club teams to compete in the inaugural televised league of the new fast format, Bowls3Five, coming this October on SKY Sport.
Get ready, Bowls3Five is coming to SKY Sport - and with a short fast format, it’s going to challenge the perception of lawn bowls and arguably become the most innovative change to the sport yet.
The New Zealand Blackjacks are looking strong to repeat their 2015 victory as they prepare for the A$100,000 at Bowls Premier League starting tomorrow in Brisbane..
New Zealand’s Dean Elgar has fallen just short in the final of the Word Singles Champion of Champions at St Johns Bowling Club in Sydney on Sunday Elgar from New Plymouth was beaten by Aussie prodigy Aaron Teys 1-12 4-8.
Avid bowlers around the country are once again fighting to take out the title of New Zealand’s Corner to Corner Bowls Champion as the popular Grant’s Corner to Corner Tournament returns for the second year running.
Auckland City — Bowlers from around New Zealand will go head to head this weekend for the chance to be named New Zealand’s first ever Corner to Corner bowls champion in the national final happening in Auckland on Saturday 17 April.
A favourite Kiwi pastime is about to get an official makeover.
Articles released today in the NZ Herald and the Otago Daily Times relating to Bowls NZ and Dorchester, contained some major errors.
At the age of 51 the player dubbed Ice Man, who won seven national and two world titles plus several other international events, has decided to step down after 25 years as an international because of an ongoing ankle injury. Brassey had the ankle broken in eight places when he was 18 and in striving to match the High Performance fitness standards required in the build-up to 2008 world championships he aggravated the injury.
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