All roads lead to Naenae
11 Nov The long-awaited and much-delayed World Champion of Champions Singles finally gets underway at Naenae BC in Lower Hutt 19–25 November. There is a field of 30 for men and 16 for women, all playing 10 games over 5 days of sets-format pool play. Both genders need to finish in the top 6 to progress, with the top 2 getting a free pass to the semi-final. Live streaming will no doubt be on Bowls New Zealand's Youtube channel. This promises to be a very interesting and exciting event!
2022 Commonwealth Games
25 Jul The bowls competition starts on 29 July and runs through to 6 August. You can follow the results here in chart form, but please note that this is unofficial or at least not officially sanctioned content.
9 Dec Ali Forsyth does the business to secure the win and $60K in the big dance in Australia.
John McBeth talks sense
5 Feb Raumati Bowling Club president John McBeth talks about the importance of a modern colourful club uniform.
Anne & Dave Burrage receive national award
6 Sep Former Tawa members Anne & Dave Burrage are the 2020 Bowls New Zealand Umpires of the Year. Warmest congratulations from everyone at Bowls Tawa.
1988 Classic Belliss v Allcock
12 Jul Relive the 1988 Men's World Championship Pairs final with Peter Belliss & Rowan Brassey up against Tony Allcock & David Bryant of England.
The venue is the Henderson club in Auckland, and the commentators are Doug Armstrong and Ian Birch.