Sarah Scott (North East Valley) was rewarded for a successful season when she retained her Dunedin female bowler of the year award.
Jonty Horwell (Kaikorai) ended the bowls season on a high note when he won the New Zealand under-21 singles title in Auckland late last month.
Kerry Kelly won the race. The Phoenix club stalwart was the first North Otago female bowler to win 25 centre titles.
World Bowls champion Mike Kernaghan will be defending the Anzac Shield at the 47th annual fours event in Alexandra at the weekend.
Sarah Scott returned to her best form to help Dunedin win the intercentre 8s for the first time in Christchurch at the weekend.
Bowls has proved to be a lifeline for Betty Ferguson who suffers from multiple sclerosis. It has helped her to mix with other people.
A match-winning toucher by Dunedin bowler Lesley Dabinett on the final end proved decisive.
Dale Rayner demonstrated her class yesterday when she qualified for the quarterfinals of Women’s Classic pairs at the North East Valley green.
Veteran Northland bowler Anne Bateman will be seeking back-to-back wins in the sixth annual Women's Classic Pairs in Dunedin this week.
The Dunedin men were beaten by Canterbury 3-0 in the semifinals to finish third-equal in the intercentre sevens in Wellington at the weekend.
You are never too old. Grace Smith found this out when she reached the final of the New Zealand interclub sevens at the age of 81.
Sue Hodges was the master tactician who called the shots for Tauranga South when it won the New Zealand Club bowls women’s fours title in Dunedin yesterday.
It was an unusual situation.
The great Millie Khan played an important role in Bev Corbett's bowls and she recalled the influence when she won her 10th New Zealand title in Dunedin yesterday.
Westpac Bowls Stadium saved the day on Sunday when persistent rain in the city forced the New Zealand Club Championships indoors.
Lynlea Rogers had a magic magnet that kept drawing her bowls to the jack as she won her first individual national bowls title in Dunedin last evening.
It was Tayla Bruce’s Day. She gave a classy display to win the women’s singles at the New Zealand Club championships.
Former Black Jack Maurice Symes has won many accolades but nothing has given him more satisfaction than winning a New Zealand title with his wife, Val.
Forbury Park lost the final but the pair of Malia Tavite and Lesley Dabinett came up trumps.
The talented Conor Muir faces the biggest test of his bowls career at the New Zealand club championships in Dunedin this week.