Alistair McMurran

Bowls: Scott targeting 10th title

Terry Scott has a 10th title as his target when he returns to the Bowls Dunedin intercentre sevens team this week.

Bowls: So what if she gets home late - she's a winner

Bowls: So what if she gets home late -  she's a winner

It was worth it. Rae Hammond missed her flight back to Auckland last evening and stayed in Dunedin to win the prestigious Dunedin Classic Pairs.

Bowls: Wife takes on title role

Oamaru bowler Annie McDonald (Awamoa) has taken over the family role of winning North Otago bowls titles while her husband catches fish.

Bowls: Perseverance with borrowed bowls pays off

Bowls: Perseverance with borrowed bowls pays off

Terry Scott's magic bowls helped Carolyn Crawford win the B-8 singles gold medal at the world disabled championships in Wellington this week.

Bowls: Sixty-four titles a record but some more wouldn't hurt

Bowls: Sixty-four titles a record but some more wouldn't hurt

 An outstanding Bill Alexandra's Bill Clements wants more Central Otago titles. He is not yet ready to sit on the sidelines.

Bowls: Music, puppetry expert calls the tune

Bowls: Music, puppetry expert calls the tune

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.

Bowls: Youthful team undaunted by Festival Fours rivals

Bowls: Youthful team undaunted by Festival Fours rivals

Jonty Horwell (Kaikorai) hopes to start the new year in style when he skips a teenage team in the Festival Fours this weekend.

Bowls: Kernaghan key to Lawson's record bid

Bowls: Kernaghan key to Lawson's record bid

Dunedin's Mike Kernaghan (Kaikorai) is likely to be part of history at the New Zealand bowls championships over the next two weeks.

Athletics: No feeling sorry - Davie

Athletics: No feeling sorry - Davie

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.

Bowls: Time for NZ men to step up

Bowls: Time for NZ men to step up

National coach Dave Edwards expects a better performance by the New Zealand men when World Bowls is held in Christchurch in 2016.