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Bowls3Five is a new fast format of the game which aims to provide a competition where everyone interested can get involved.

Get a team together, let your club know you are keen and get out on the green!

Read on to find the different levels of competition available.

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Bowls3Five Interclub 2020

CONDITIONS OF PLAY

Bowls3Five Interclub

Bowls3Five National Interclub is the feeder tournament into the televised league.  The winning club in the National Interclub competition will be promoted into the televised league for the 2020 season.

The summer of 2019-2020 will see a second Bowls3Five Interclub competition run, called the Interclub Cup, which offers the fast format of Bowls3Five to bowlers who are new to the sport and hold 1-5 years experience.

The TOP 4 clubs for both the Interclub Cup and National Championship will contend their respective titles in the Grand Final weekend.

Get in touch with your club to enter your team today!


Bowls3Five
Interclub
Cup

Bowlers with 1-5
years experience.

Read all the details in the conditions of play, click the button below.

Conditions of Play

Bowls3Five
National
Interclub

The Champion Club in this competition will be promoted to the televised league for the 2020 season.

Read all the details in the conditions of play, click the button below.

Conditions of Play


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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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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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