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Big Names Confirmed For North V South Challenge

Thursday, 3 June 2021, 1:53 pm | Bowls New Zealand

Some of the biggest names in bowls in New Zealand has been confirmed in the North (Te Ika-M-āui) and South (Te Waipounamu) Island teams for the new inter-island challenge in September. The North v South Challenge will be contested at the Hopes Dunedin ... More >>

Bowls NZ Confirms New North V South Challenge

Thursday, 27 May 2021, 12:08 pm | Bowls New Zealand

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. The North v South Challenge ... More >>

Teams preparing for National Secondary Schools Bowls Champs

Thursday, 21 February 2019, 9:38 am | Bowls New Zealand

Bowls Team to prepare for the National Secondary Schools Bowls Championships with the Pt Chev Parrots More >>

Bowls3Five ‘on SKY Sport’ Teams Announced

Wednesday, 18 July 2018, 5:09 pm | Bowls New Zealand

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. More >>

Bowls3Five primed for SKY Sport debut

Wednesday, 20 June 2018, 2:34 pm | Bowls New Zealand

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. More >>

Kiwi Makes Final Of Champion of Champions Tournament

Sunday, 5 November 2017, 12:29 pm | Bowls New Zealand

New Plymouth bowler Dean Elgar is continuing his great form of late with a top performance to make the final of the 2017 World Singles Champion of Champions Bowls tournament at St Johns Park, Sydney, Australia. A couple of weeks ago he won his 11th Taranaki ... More >>

Bowls NZ Statement

Thursday, 3 July 2008, 10:02 am | Bowls New Zealand

RE: “Bowls Clubs Hit By Finance Firm Woes” by Alanah May Eriksen. 2 July, 2008. NZ Herald More >>