Canadian Ryan Bester heads a star-studded field of 16 international bowlers playing in the 27th annual North East Valley Invitation Singles at Labour Weekend.
Planes, winds and automobiles all combined to get the Otago team to the start line for the New Zealand mixed fours finals on Saturday.
The Anderson’s Bay Bowling Club is taking a realistic approach to its future and believes that the best option is to combine with other clubs in South Dunedin to form a super club.
Andrew Kelly won his air ticket to the United Kingdom by winning the world singles final at the New Zealand PBA finals in Wellington at the weekend.
Veteran Gordon Robb (North Otago) proved that he can match the best indoor bowlers in the country at Wellington at the weekend.
International Daniel French has the chance this weekend to become the first Otago indoor bowler to win two Henselite champion of champions singles titles.
A massive weight has been lifted from the shoulders of Marty Kreft and it will help him when he competes in the New Zealand PBA finals for the first time.
Talented Gore bowler Sheldon Bagrie-Howley is known as the jack cracker.
Andrew Kelly gave New Zealand a chance to win the annual Trans Tasman PBA Challenge when he won his finals game at Melbourne late last week.
Former Otago Centre president Andrew Thompson proved he can match the best indoor bowlers on the mat by returning home unbeaten from Invercargill at the weekend.
Alanna Preddy’s indoor bowls reached new heights when she skipped the South Island women’s triples team to an inter-island medal at Rotorua on Saturday.
The old Dunedin master bowler Ken Walker pulled out his bag of tricks to win his first PBA regional title for two years at the weekend.
Lyn Rance achieved a significant double this winter when she won her 20th Otago indoor bowls title.
Former golf international Brent McEwan has exchanged his golf clubs for a set of bowls and is making an impact in his new sport.
A sabbatical from bowls has worked for Elliott Mason.
The Commonwealth Games beckon for Dunedin bowlers Mike Kernaghan and Paul Girdler, who have been named in the New Zealand team to play Australia in November.
Women are calling the shots in South Otago indoor bowls this year.
There is much at stake for Dunedin bowlers Doug Thomas, Ross Stevens and Paul King at this weekend’s regional PBA singles and pairs.
Geoff Hanna reached the pinnacle of his career in bowls administration when he was elected a life member at the 110th annual meeting of Bowls Dunedin this week.
Graham and Jan Low got the better of their younger Otago opponents and played a key role in Southland's Paterson Trophy win at the weekend.