Terry Scott's magic bowls helped Carolyn Crawford win the B-8
singles gold medal at the world disabled championships in
Wellington this week.
An outstanding Bill
Alexandra's Bill Clements wants more Central Otago titles. He
is not yet ready to sit on the sidelines.
Joko Susilo dedicated his win in the Kaikorai Festival Fours
to the memory of his late father-in-law, Doug Knox, who
introduced him to bowls 20 years ago.
Jonty Horwell (Kaikorai) hopes
to start the new year in style when he skips a teenage team
in the Festival Fours this weekend.
Dunedin's Mike Kernaghan (Kaikorai) is likely to be part of
history at the New Zealand bowls championships over the next
It is 10 years since Tom Davie suffered a devastating
injury that derailed his athletics career. He reflects on
that day and the years that have followed with former Otago
Daily Times sports reporter Alistair McMurran.
National coach Dave Edwards expects a better performance by
the New Zealand men when World Bowls is held in Christchurch
There was a touch of rugby nostalgia at the North East Valley
club at the weekend.
Mike Kernaghan (Dunedin) is cool under pressure and known in
bowls circles as the Comeback Kid.
Mike Kernaghan (Dunedin) displayed his magic when he
performed a Houdini act to reach the semifinals at North East
cars for sale
Submit your news & photos - Login or
Opinion? Have your say - Login or Register
event or notice
Add a photo
Make ODT my
Otago Daily Times print and digital edition, The
Star - Dunedin, The News - Central Otago, The
Ensign - Gore, Southland Express -
Invercargill, The Courier - Timaru, Queenstown Times - Queenstown, Mountain Scene -
Queenstown, Extra! schools
Times South Canterbury