Inside Bowls – January EditionJanuary 10, 2020
Newly crowned national champions headline Blackjacks squadJanuary 10, 2020
Inch doubles up securing singles and pairs silverwareJanuary 8, 2020
Martin and Inch claim maiden national titlesJanuary 8, 2020
Finalists emerge at Summerset NationalsJanuary 7, 2020
First semi-finalists found at Summerset NationalsJanuary 6, 2020
Past champions tumble on day one of post-section playJanuary 5, 2020
Internationals advance at National Singles and PairsJanuary 4, 2020
Live Streaming of the Summerset NationalsJanuary 4, 2020
Summerset National Singles and Pairs -Day TwoJanuary 3, 2020
Defending champion ousted on day one of nationalsJanuary 2, 2020
2020 Summerset National Singles and Pairs – PREVIEWJanuary 1, 2020
Hauraki Bowling Club : a hidden taongaDecember 20, 2019
National Secondary Schools’ event returns for 2020December 18, 2019
Don Carter : The toast of Nelson and the fear of TasmanDecember 17, 2019
Lawn bowling in Gisborne for 135 yearsDecember 16, 2019
Bowls Birkenhead centres the “Summer of Bowls’ on the ShoreDecember 12, 2019
Bowls3Five – Finals and RelegationDecember 11, 2019
Contrasting goals in deciding week of Bowls3Five seasonDecember 9, 2019
Frank Finlay relinquishes the bar after 40 yearsDecember 9, 2019
Inside Bowls – December EditionDecember 9, 2019
Bowls3Five – Week 7 HighlightsDecember 4, 2019
PBA NZ pairing Mason & Drummond win Victorian Open PairsDecember 4, 2019
All to play for in final week of Bowls3Five regular seasonDecember 2, 2019
Fri17Jan2020Sun19Jan2020Burnside Bowling Club
Bayleys Stewart Buttar Burnside Pairs (Mixed)
JANUARY 17th – 19th
The Burnside Bowling Club will once again host some of Australia’s and New Zealand’s finest bowling talent in this years event being held January 17th - 19th 2020.
The prestigious $11,200.00 tournament which has Bayleys as its major sponsor is without question one of New Zealand’s premier club events.
The field for 2020 includes four of Australia’s top bowlers and an equally talented number of New Zealanders. Australia is sending two mens teams and two womens teams, all of which have very strong credentials. Leading their mens selection will be Aaron Wilson and Corey Wedlock. Aaron Wilson has two world titles and is the current Commonwealth mens singles champion while Corey was the Gold Nuggets winner last year. The other mens team of Jayden Christie and Carl Healey is from their development squad while the women have two very well performed players in Rebecca van Asch and Linsey Clarke, both with world titles and well performed up and comers in Genevieve Delves and Bolivia Millerick.
Top New Zealand and local teams include Peter Thorne and Roger Stevens, Caleb Hope and Sheldon Bagrie-Howley, Kerry Becks and Paddy Stewart,Mike Kernaghan and Tony Grantham , Lance Pascoe and Nathan Glasson , previous winners in Sean O’Neill and Shaun Scott, last years National Pairs winners Chris Lowe and Jordan King rounded out by Alvin Gardiner and Paul Mathieson.
Play begins at 8.30am on Friday and goes through until finals on Sunday afternoon and the Burnside Club invites any interested spectators to come along throughout the event free of charge to witness what is sure to be an outstanding three days of bowls.
The event will be live streamed form 11 am Saturday through to the final on Sunday afternoon.
See Facebook or the Club website , http://www.burnsidebowlingclub.com/burnsidePairs.html for live update of results.