The return of international Paul Girdler will add clout to
the Dunedin bowls team that is targeting its 14th national
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Mandy Boyd stamped her mark on New Zealand bowls by skipping
the winning women's four in Christchurch yesterday.
Former Commonwealth Games champion Marie Watson is poised to
win her seventh New Zealand open title at Christchurch today.
It was so close. Dunedin bowler Carolyn Crawford just failed
to take her composite team into today's semifinals of the
women's fours in Christchurch.
Paul Girdler's main strength failed him in the New Zealand
championship singles final in Christchurch yesterday.
Danny O'Leary's life was saved yesterday by the defibrillator
he helped raise funds to buy.
Former Dunedin bowler Paul Girdler (Tweed Heads) is poised to
win his first New Zealand open championship title at
Graham Hislop's last drive missed by centimetres and it
handed the Festival Fours Cup to Geoff Wilson's Composite
Late entries have saved the Dunedin Festival Fours
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