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18 hours ago

Bowls NZ

An incredible comeback from the Stoke Thunder to take out the 2019 Bowls3Five LIVE honours for 2019. Hard lines to the Elmwood Park Saints, proving worthy runner-ups in a fantastic conclusion to the tournament - and congratulations to the Pt Chevalier Pirates for their commanding win in this season's relegation battle. Stoke Bowls, Elmwood Park Saints, Pt Chevalier Bowls.Bowls3Five LIVE – Finals Week, Night Two (Review)

And the winner is . . . Stoke Thunder.

After eight weeks, a fitting finale between two outstanding Blackjacks and their sides saw Gary Lawson and Shannon McIlroy go head to head, with a tie break win going the way of Stoke.

A commanding first set saw Lawson, Kelvin Scott and Mandy Boyd take control of proceedings, securing the set 5-1, though a maximum count in set two on the Power Play propelled the Thunder line-up of McIlroy, Peter Hodson and Kirsten Edwards in to an unassailable position with one end to play – both teams deciding to get straight in to the tie-break showdown.

A stunning bowl from Hodson saw him land a front toucher, with Lawson then unable to dislodge the bowl after two drives – turning the trophy and spoils over to the Thunder and rounding off a strong campaign for the Nelson-based side, losing only three fixtures all season.

The victory gifts the Stoke set-up a winners’ cheque of $15,000 and the honour of being named the 2019 Bowls3Five LIVE champions, with their team comprising McIlroy, Hodson, Edwards, Selina Goddard, Robbie Reed, Leigh Griffin, crowd favourite Jimmy Pugh and team manager/selector, Brendan Hodgson.

Meanwhile, last year’s champion Pt Chevalier Pirates trio of Aiden Takarua, Alex Reed and Jenny Stockford left nothing to chance in their relegation battle opposite the Parajacks – bringing some of last season’s form back to the rink and dominating play in straight sets, 6-2, 11-2.

The win means the Pirates will return for next year’s edition, while the loss for the Parajacks sees us bid farewell to a team that gave everything and on many occasions, showed they were up there with the best in the country.

A big shout out to Sky Sport NZ for their fantastic coverage, Dynasty Sport for the incredible team uniforms, all event and team sponsors and a special thanks to all the viewers for tuning in.

Congratulations Stoke Bowls. 🏆
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An incredible comeback from the Stoke Thunder to take out the 2019 Bowls3Five LIVE honours for 2019. Hard lines to the Elmwood Park Saints, proving worthy runner-ups in a fantastic conclusion to the tournament - and congratulations to the Pt Chevalier Pirates for their commanding win in this seasons relegation battle. Stoke Bowls, Elmwood Park Saints, Pt Chevalier Bowls.

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Congratulations Stoke Thunder

Well done Pirates

Stefan McCartain the parajacks got relegated

Why the F bomb on live tv. True class

1 day ago

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3 days ago

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Congratulations to Bowls North Harbours Paris Baker,- overnight becoming the World U25 Ladies Singles Champion and securing Tongas first ever world title. In her efforts, Baker went through the singles campaign unbeaten from seven starts and combined with Welsh international Jordan Driscoll to claim runner-up in the Mixed Pairs.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Malo Paris 😎

well done

Well done Paris 👌👍

Congratulations Paris 🎉🎉👍awesome

That’s fantastic

Well done Paris... Mate ma Tonga... Lolomas and GB.

Well done Paris hold dat flag high choo choo

Congratulations...you go girl

Woohoo!!! WTG Paris. Congratulations!!!

Well done Paris

Congratulations Paris

Well done Paris👍👍👍🏅🥈

Was she playing for NZ or Tonga

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well done Paris

A true Champion watch this space

Awesome Paris !!!! Well done 🙂

Congratulations, brilliant!

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6 days ago

Bowls NZ

New Zealand representative Natasha Russell has ended her run in the World U25 Championships, bowing out to Tonga’s Paris Baker in a thrilling quarter-finals match-up overnight.

Held at the West Denton Indoor Bowls Club in Newcastle, UK, Russell qualified second in her section with three wins from four in the women’s singles, before meeting Baker, who topped her section with an unbeaten run.

The first set saw Russell and Baker trade shots evenly, splitting the points 6-6, though the second set saw Baker advance to the semi-final with a 10-6 victory.

Both Russell and fellow team mate Seamus Curtin exited the Mixed Pairs discipline earlier this week, defeating France in a one sided affair, before going down to eventual winners, Aaron McKeown and Zoe Minish of Ireland in a straight knockout format.

Baker will now go on to play England’s Nicole Rogers in the semi-final.

Well done on your collective efforts Seamus and Natasha, safe travels home. 🇳🇿
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Go Paris! NZ bowls missed out on another talent!

Wonderful news for Paris go my bowling buddy good luck

The draws are up!

Follow the link below for the womens, mens and para Summerset nationals draws.

Hosted this year in the Garden City from the 2nd-8th of January, it will be worth checking out even if youre not playing.

https://bowlsnewzealand.co.nz/2020-summerset-national-singles-and-pairs/

7 days ago

Bowls NZ

Well, that's a wrap folks. The Stoke Thunder will now await the winner of the Stokes Valley Vipers and Elmwood Park Saints in this year's Grand Final, while the Gore Rams and Pt Chevalier Pirates will play off in 6th and 7th position, with the losing side facing the Parajacks in the relegation battle. Congratulations to Bowls Hinuera and Royal Oak Bowls for securing your position in next season's instalment of Bowls3Five. Roll on Finals' Week.Bowls3Five LIVE, Week Seven, Night Three (Review)

The final night of round-robin has come to a close at New Lynn, and well, what a night it was.

Storming out of the blocks, the Stokes Valley Vipers brought plenty of venom to their game as they took the Elmwood Park Saints and Gore Rams to task in straight sets, finishing their campaign with nine wins from 14 games and jumping the Saints in to second place on a superior sets differential.

The Vipers’ line-up of Blake Signal, Finbar McGuigan and Nicole Toomey proved in fine touch as they accounted for the Saints, 6-2, 8-6, before going on to thump the Gore Rams, 14-0, 14-1, in an extraordinary performance in match two.

The last game of the night saw the Auckland derby play out, with the Pt Chevalier Pirates taking a tie-break win, 3-5, 6-5, 1-0, in what would be the last appearance we see from the Royal Oak Rockets as they turn their attention safely to next season, along with the Hinuera Heat.

Therefore, with the dust now settled – Finals' Week will see the Stokes Valley Vipers and Elmwood Park Saints go head to head for a place in the Grand Final, (with the table topping Stoke Thunder awaiting their arrival), - while the Gore Rams and the Pt Chevalier Pirates will replay last year’s final, albeit at the other end of the table in a bid to keep their Bowls3Five presence alive.

Awaiting the losing team of that fixture will be the Parajacks, with the losing side of that battle then being relegated from the competition and replaced by this season’s National Bowls3Five Interclub champions.

So much to play for and you don’t want to miss any of it.

Tune in to Sky Sport NZ (Ch.59) next Tuesday from 7pm to see all the action unfold as we count down to Finals Week. Highlight reels and replay shows will also be available during the week (check schedule for times).
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Well, thats a wrap folks. The Stoke Thunder will now await the winner of the Stokes Valley Vipers and Elmwood Park Saints in this years Grand Final, while the Gore Rams and Pt Chevalier Pirates will play off in 6th and 7th position, with the losing side facing the Parajacks in the relegation battle. Congratulations to Bowls Hinuera and Royal Oak Bowls for securing your position in next seasons instalment of Bowls3Five. Roll on Finals Week.

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👏🏼 Hinuera Heat

What a wonderful time for hinuera you have done it

Jasmine Hiha show Marcus

1 week ago

Bowls NZ

🇳🇿 World U25 Championships (UPDATE) 🇳🇿

New Zealand representative Natasha Russell has all but secured a place in the women’s singles quarter-finals at the World U25 Championships in Newcastle upon Tyne, picking up another two good wins overnight and finishing her qualifying campaign with three wins and a loss.

While Russell, currently sitting in second place, has to await the final two games of the section to be played, the Kiwi’s sets differential should prove to be superior to her nearest contender, therefore regardless of the result, Russell will see herself compete in the last eight later this week.

Meanwhile, the tournament action has come to an end for Blackjack Seamus Curtin, bowing out of the men’s singles with a heavy defeat to Scotland’s Jason Banks, with the loss ending any comeback hopes within the section.

Prior to his match-up with Banks, Curtin did enjoy a tie-break win opposite Guernsey’s Josh Bonsall, 4-5, 12-1, 1-0, though Banks appeared to have the run of the rink, coasting to a 15-2, 9-3 victory.

Across rinks, Russell collected straight set wins opposite Scotland’s Eilidh Weir (8-4,9-1) and Switzerland’s Larissa Rubin (9-2, 8-5), to finish her qualifying fixtures on a high.

The women’s singles quarter-finals are scheduled to take place on Thursday afternoon (UK), from 1.30pm.
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Well done to Paris Baker playing under the Tongan flag her results to date have been equally outstanding through to the finals in the Mixed Pairs & up with the leaders in her section of the singles

Woo hoo go tash 🤩

Well done Paris and keep up the good bowls. A credit to you Denise Samuel

Well done Tash

Well done Tash

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Why is there no positional ladder shown on tv coverage and web site?

A huge congratulations to Blackjack Katelyn Inch on her combined efforts with Broadbeach club mate Julie Keegan to take out the gold medal in the womens pairs at the 2019 Australian Championships. 

The final match-up saw Inch and Keegan defeat the powerhouse South Australian pairing of Theresa Emberton and Patria McGrath, 12-7.

Congratulations ladies.

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Congrats Katelyn & Julie well done

Congratulations

Brilliant! Well done Katelyn and Julie! 🥇🥇

Congratulations > Cant take the smile of their faces .

👏👏👏🏆👏👏👏

Both combined so well together👏

Wow congratulations Katelyn. The girl from Oxford on top in Australia. Well done

Congrats Katelyn Inch and Julie whoop whoop x

Well done you two!!

Well done Katelyn you are a champ

Well done Jules

Awesome. Well done!!

Well done

Awesome congratulations

Congratulations

On behalf of Malvern Bowls, Canterbury nz, congratulations, we are very proud of you

Congratulations Katelyn Inch

Well done big sis Katelyn have a fun road trip

Awesome!

Huge Congratulations to you both!!!!

Well done Katelyn and partner

Congratulatins Katelyn Inch and Julie Keegan awsome bowling 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽🎖🎖

Congratulations to you both well done

Congratulations!

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1 week ago

Bowls NZ

Great to see Centres around the country live streaming their events over the weekend.

Click the following link to check out Auckland Bowls coverage of their 'Battle of the Bridge' against Bowls North Harbour

https://facebook.com/AkBowls/videos/…

Or click this link to check out Bowls Southland's interclub 7's final, featuring the MLT Gore Rams

https://facebook.com/bowlssouthland/videos/…
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**COMPETITION NOTIFICATION** 
Summerset Nationals Singles and Pairs has the following spots available.

Mens Pairs - 3 spots
Womens Singles - 4 spots
Womens Pairs - 4 spots
B5-B8 Mixed Singles - 1 spot

If you have missed out and are still interested call or email Helen Stallard.

Contact Details:
Phone: 021 966 024
Email:  helen@bowlsnewzealand.co.nz

First in first served!

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Just wish one could get time off work for it 😓

when is the draw likely to be published

Maybe 2021 when it's in the North island 🤣

2 weeks ago

Bowls NZ

The 2019 New Zealand Blind Lawn Bowls Association Nationals came to a close yesterday, with the crowning of the respective pairs champions bringing an end to four days of top level competition at the Frankton Junction Bowling Club in Hamilton.

Congratulations to all of this week's national champions and a special shout out to the organising team behind what has proven another successful event for everyone involved.PAIRS WINNERS FOUND AT BLIND NATIONALS

Another very successful NZBLBA Nationals was completed yesterday in hot, humid conditions at the Frankton Junction Bowling Club. Four days of excellent competition were finalised with the pairs champions being found.

The B1/2 winners were Nelson’s Gordon Oldfield (Roydon James Director ) playing with David Monk (Sue Ashton (Director). This was a special win for Oldfield and Monk as the dedicated it to Monk’s twin brother John from Nelson who had to withdraw from the tournament on Tuesday due to medical reasons. John is comfortable In Waikato Hospital waiting for imminent surgery. The runners up in the B1/2 pairs were Browns Bay’s Joseph Kim (Margaret Davies Director) playing with Manukau South/Auckland’s Parveen Shankar (Glenn Newton Director ).

The B3/4 winners were Milford’s Heather Smale (Hillary Ross Director) playing with Auckland’s Kaye Wood (Garth Wood Director). Runners up in this closing event were the B4 singles winner Nelson’s Steve Delaney (Colin Delaney Director) playing with Waikato/BOP Sally Marston (Caroline Hunter Director)
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The 2019 New Zealand Blind Lawn Bowls Association Nationals came to a close yesterday, with the crowning of the respective pairs champions bringing an end to four days of top level competition at the Frankton Junction Bowling Club in Hamilton.

Congratulations to all of this weeks national champions and a special shout out to the organising team behind what has proven another successful event for everyone involved.

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Congratulations to you all...In my eyes , you al=re all winners,,,Thanks for teh shinning examples of how to play bowls. xx

2 weeks ago

Bowls NZ

All the best to the Rest of the World Team as they take on the Aussies!!!!!
Check out the Sky TV guide for broadcast times and channels.

https://www.sky.co.nz/tvguide .Battle lines drawn for Clash of the Titans

It’s been billed as the most electrifying flat green encounter since 1588 when dashing British sea captain and adventurer Francis Drake insisted on finishing his match on Plymouth Hoe before sailing out to engage the fast-approaching Spanish Armada off the English coastline.
The inaugural World Bowls Challenge between Australia’s all-conquering Jackaroos and a hand-picked ‘Rest of the World’ side is the newest international bowls ‘major’ - based on golf’s iconic Ryder Cup – and will roar into our lives tomorrow (28 Nov).
An exciting ten-a-side format, it will be staged over two days at the magnificent Moama Bowling Club and sees the world and Commonwealth champion Aussies up against the ‘rest’.
For the uninitiated, golf’s immensely popular Ryder Cup is a time-honoured biennial competition between teams from Europe and the USA.
‘Our guys and gals will give a very good account of themselves,’ said Rest of the World team captain Alex Marshall from Scotland. ‘It’s a cracking good team – I’m really looking forward to playing with each and every one of them.
‘We accept that the Aussies have chalked up some impressive results lately, but I can assure you we haven’t travelled all this distance to be cannon fodder for the Jackaroos.’
Substituting for World Bowls president John Bell, who was unable to attend because of illness, Rest of the World coach Gary Smith, the chief executive of World Bowls, and a former international champion in his own right, added: ‘I’m proud to be coaching this amazing group, this is bowls at its dizziest heights – spectators here in the stadium and viewers at home are in for a real treat.’
The challenge will be telecast live on Fox Sports Australia, Kayo Sports and Sky Sport NZ from 5pm -10pm (Melbourne time) on Friday, then from 12.30pm – 5.30pm (Melbourne time) on Saturday.
The star-studded world team consists: Men: Ryan Bester (Canada), Darren Burnett (Scotland), Gary Kelly (Ireland), Alex Marshall (Scotland) and Shannon McIlroy (New Zealand). Women: Jo Edwards (New Zealand), Ellen Falkner (England), Kelly McKerihen (Canada), Colleen Piketh (South Africa) and Katherine Rednall (England). All are international superstars in any company.
Action will begin with mixed triples, followed by men’s pairs, women’s pairs, then mixed pairs, and conclude with ten singles matches (five men’s and five women’s) staged across staggered starts.
The Jackaroos, coached by legendary Aussie Steve Glasson and coming off two weeks of sustained success on Australia’s Gold Coast, comprises: Men: Barrie Lester (Qld), Aron Sherriff (Qld), Aaron Teys (NSW), Corey Wedlock (NSW) and Aaron Wilson (NSW). Women: Kelsey Cottrell (Qld), Karen Murphy (NSW), Ellen Ryan (NSW), Natasha Scott (NSW) and Bec Van Asch (Tas).

Photo names: Back row: Darren Burnett, Shannon McIlroy, Jo Edwards, Ryan Bester, Gary Kelly. Seated: Kelly McKerihen, Katherine Rednall, Alex Marshall, Gary Smith, Ellen Falkner, Colleen Piketh.
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All the best to the Rest of the World Team as they take on the Aussies!!!!!
Check out the Sky TV guide for broadcast times and channels.

https://www.sky.co.nz/tvguide .

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Good luck Teams

Pity there is nothing of the contest being live streamed.Missed opportunity to showcase the contest in participating countries other than Oz and NZ.

Way to go Shannon and Jo #kiwiproud

Good luck to both sides happy to be in Moama to watch this event

That's one hell of a strong world team I'll back them

Go the Rest of the World. Will be a great watch 😃

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How unlucky were the parajacks

The World Bowls Challenge, Australia vs The World, LIVE from the greens of Moama can be viewed on Sky Sport 54 Friday from 7pm and Saturday Sky Sport 50 from 2.30pm* 

If you need to catch up on your Bowls3Five you will be able to see a few highlight shows in the lead up to the the World Bowls Challenge.  

Check out the TV guide for more details of coverage over the next few days.  https://www.sky.co.nz/tvguide 

Thanks @skysportnz !

*For all broadcast schedule enquires please visit sky.co.nz/tvguide

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For the competition schedule check it out here --> www.bowls.com.au/events-page/international-events/world-bowls-challenge/

Rohan Ware

Will there be any "Live Streaming" from either Bowls NZ or Bowls Australia ... or purely on Pay TV (i.e. Sky, Foxtel and Kayo) ?

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Always love listening to the great man Peter Belliss! Incredible bowls mind, he is one of the sports greats, so highly respected and regarded by all! Also impressive with Barrie Lester packing up all the chairs in the background after the days play! (Until they all fell over) 😂

PB a true Legend of our great sport n a Gentleman in every way.

I agree Case top man !

Great man Peter Bellis

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Peter, I have one of your books .....it is my bowling Bible. Thank you for all you do for our sport 🙏 👏👏👏

Great interview Peter

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Congratulation Val

You're a legend Val Cheers Ronnie and Dennis

Congrats Val

Brilliant well done val

Congrats Val

Bloody Legend Smithy 💕

Massive congrats Val Valerie Smith so happy for you

Val congratulations fantastic speech you are so huble well done !!!!!!!!!!!!

Congratulations Val Smith. You are definitely a legend. NZ is proud of u. 👏👏👏🌹🌺🌹

Congratulations val you are a kiwi treasure love Pauline and Dave xo (Perth) xo

Congratulations on your milestone Val, Lawman

Awesome Valerie Smith 👏👏👏🍻🍻🍻😊

Congratulations Val. Well deserved and a great ambassador for lawn bowls world wide not just for NZ.

Congrats Val Awesome achievements

Wow what an achievement Val. Congratulations from Edinburgh, Scotland. See you at World Bowls! Way to go Val🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Congratulation Champ Val

Congratulations Val

Way to go Val. Your a kiwi legend. Love leanne. Xx

Well done love 👍👏😘

Well done Val. Outstanding!!

Congratulations Val

Awww congrats Valerie Smith ❤️❤️❤️ an absolutely amazing person xxx

Congrats Val.

You go girlfriend........you're an absolute legend. Huge congratulations 🥂👏

Congratulations

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Congratulations to all the respective singles champions at the New Zealand Blind Lawn Bowls 2019 National Championships being held at the Frankton Junction greens in Hamilton this week, with more national champions to be found in the pairs discipline as the competition continues in the coming days.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Congratulations indeed...I was honored to have been part of this event on Tuesday....these players and directors are absolutely inspiring to watch, their attitude to perfection of delivery, and the precision with which every bowl is delivered astounded me entirely...I was so proud of each and every one of them, and I say a BIG THANKYOU to them all for their extreme examples of how our game should be played....what a fantastic day I did have. I wish each one of you 'all the very best in your careers in bowls'. Keep up the great work.

Join with us in congratulating Blackjack Val Smith on her 600th cap for New Zealand as she steps out for round two of the final Trans-Tasman test this afternoon in the women’s fours on the Gold Coast. 

Val has enjoyed a decorated career in the black jersey, winning four world bowls’ medals (Gold; singles and pairs – 2008, Bronze; triples -2004 & fours – 2016), two Commonwealth Games medals in both Delhi 2010 (Silver; singles) and Glasgow 2014 (Bronze; fours), and in many other events has featured on the podium more often than not for her country.

Well done Val, enjoy the moment. 🇳🇿

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Way to go Smithie Valerie Smith. Legend 🍾🍾👍👍💜💜

WOW! What an amazing accomplishment Val!!

Congratulations Val well done on your Bowls achievements

Val Smith outstanding!!! Congratulations 💯💯💯💯💯💯

Watch her 600th game here: youtu.be/jeUqpSApFag

Go Smithy 👏👏👏👏 congrats

Wonderful effort. Takes a lot of commitment to play 600 games for your country in any sport. Congratulations Val.

Amazing Val great effort congratulations

Congratulations Val. Fantastic achievement

Huge congratulations Val, at least another couple of hundred in you, Cheers 🍻, Lawman

Wonderful achievement

out-bloody-standing!! Super Val!! well donee Val x😀

well done val

Congratulations Val Awesomeness at its Best 🥂🥂

Legend on and off the green. Congrats

Congratulations!

Congrats Val

Congratulations Val. Have watched you play for NZ over the years, well done on reaching your 600th cap for your country. Hope you continue to represent NZ so I can continue watching. 👍🏼

What an achievement! Congratulations, Valerie!

Congratz Vel what a mile stone 6️⃣0️⃣0️⃣🧢"s

Well done Val Smith

Congrats Val go all the.way

Well done Val

What a gun!! One of those special people in any sport!!

Well done Val ! Congratulations !

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The NZ womens triple of Katelyn Inch, Selina Goddard & Val Smith (pictured) have beaten Australia 17-16 on the final end to close the first session of the third and final Trans Tasman test at Broadbeach Bowls Club! Jo Edwards (skip) & Tayla Bruce earlier won 19-16 to give the New Zealand women a perfect start. The mens struggles have continued, losing the pairs 20-10 and the triples 22-12.

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way to go ladies

Well done Ladies.

Go you good things awesome

Well done girls

Real champs

Go New Zealand

Good on you sis, loyal to the end.

Great stuff ladies.

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Susan Teys ,Freida Wells

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Susan Teys, Freida Wells,

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Great interview and well said Sharon Sims.

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O’Connor welcomed as new Bowls NZ President

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Click to Watch Trans-Tasman Women’s Fours (Val Smith’s 600th cap)

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Click to Watch Trans-Tasman Men’s Triples

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Shot differential decides second women’s Trans Tasman test

November 26, 2019

Click to Watch Trans-Tasman Men’s Singles

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Click to Watch Trans-Tasman Women’s Pairs

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Blackjacks women take first Trans Tasman test

November 25, 2019

Click to Watch Trans-Tasman Development Triples

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Click to Watch Trans-Tasman Women’s Fours

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Click to Watch Trans-Tasman Men’s Pairs

November 25, 2019

Men’s triple cap Multi Nations with trans-Tasman win

November 24, 2019

Click to watch Multi-Nations Women’s Pairs Final Live! NZ vs AUS

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Multi-Nations Men’s Triples Final LIVE NZ VS AUS

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Bowls NZ welcomes Ann Muir as new life member

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Women’s pair march through to Multi Nations final

November 23, 2019

Veteran Blackjacks to the fore

November 22, 2019

Forsyth the fourth Blackjack to 400

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Blackjacks prevail in two trans-Tasman semi-finals

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Blackjacks on track for Multi Nations semi-finals

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