Selina Moving Up Table


- Story and photo by Selina Goddard
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Dean had a tough line up this morning playing the unbeaten and section leader so far, Guernsey’s Todd Priaulx. It was bowl for bowl against the two players with neither of them getting to far ahead of each other, resulting in a 5 all draw in the first set.

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Day 2 at World Champ of Champ Singles


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Today mother nature was a lot kinder to all the bowlers on the green today with the 20 degree sun shining and swirly winds still present from yesterday. As for the bowls it was a roller coaster of up and downs for Dean and my quest to the top.

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Trans Tasman is Coming


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The Bowls New Zealand Blackjacks, Para-Sport team, and the talented young athletes that make up the NZ Development team, are gathering in Auckland to make the short journey across the ditch to play the Trans Tasman Test series in Australia specifically, at the Broadbeach Bowling club on the sunny Queensland Gold Coast – home to the upcoming Commonwealth Games Lawn Bowls events.

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Countdown to world singles glory


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Two international representatives will join bowls immortality in Australia over the next two weeks when the sport crowns this year’s men’s and women’s world singles champions. A stellar field of fifty-three contenders hailing from thirty-two countries will strive for the ultimate honour at Sydney’s palatial St Johns Park Bowls Club in the 15th World Singles Champion of Champions.

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World Stage for New Zealand winners.


- By Admin B
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New Zealand’s National Open Championship Winners at Taranaki will be winging their way to Sydney later this week to compete in the World Champion of Champion Singles at St Johns Park, commencing Monday morning. This event is contested annually between bowlers who have won their respective national singles title.

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Change of Guard at Bowls NZ


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A new guard was elected in at the Bowls NZ AGM held on Saturday. Completing his two year term as President, Mike Spring handed the reins over to Jeanette Sinclair of Carlton Cornwall Bowls in Auckland.

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