They did it again. The Logan Park High School pair of
Jacobi Kohu-Morris and Callum Horwell retained their New
Zealand secondary schools pairs bowls title at Hamilton
In the final at the Hillcrest club the pair beat Stefan
McCartain and Nathan Arlidge (Tauranga Boys') 9-8, in a tight
The annual secondary schools championship was first held at
Hamilton in 2000 and this is only the third time that a zone
six team has won the boys pairs.
Zone six is from Timaru to Invercargill.
The only other zone six combination to win the boys pairs was
the East Otago High School team of Josh Freeman and Mark
Watt, in 2003.
Watt is now a member of the Bowls New Zealand development
squad. In the semifinal Kohu-Morris and Horwell beat Craig
Smith and Kieran Harrington (St Thomas College) 12-4.
Callum Horwell .
Their success is a reward for the coaching of secondary
school bowlers by Anne Craik and Brendon Woods. In the boys
singles final, Cameron Bailey (Shirley Boys') beat Talor Duncan
(Tauranga Boys') 14-13.
The girls singles was won by Siobhan Archer (Howick College)
who beat Savanna Lauder (Whangarei Girls') 14-7.
The girls pairs was won by Tarani Paul and Sadie Sieglaar (St
Dominic's College) when they beat Teaghan Mower and Stephanie
Mower (Ellesmere College) 13-6.
In the girls plate final, Tayla Hohaia and Sarah Wilson
(Logan Park High School) beat Jessica Hall and Latisha Tuia
(Aotea College) 15-2.