It was a pleasant surprise for Callum Horwell when he was named in the Bowls Dunedin sevens team for the national finals in Wellington.
Christine Buchanan was the star of a Central Otago team that came from behind to win the women's zone six 10s tournament at Balclutha on Sunday.
It is tight at the top of South Otago women’s bowls. Three bowlers are competing for the top spot.
Three bowlers will be keen to dominate the singles events at Balclutha this weekend.
It was rare. Three generations of one family not only played bowls together but won the tournament.
World Bowls champion Mike Kernaghan was unbeaten and played a key role in Dunedin's intercentre sevens win in Christchurch at the weekend.
Jonty Horwell will make history at the weekend when he becomes the youngest bowler to represent Bowls Dunedin in an intercentre senior sevens team.
Skip Barbara Walker played a telling upshot on the 12th end to help Fairfield win its fifth Ballard Brooch in Dunedin yesterday.
Gary Lawson’s seven-year wait ended this month when he won his record 11th New Zealand open title in the pairs in New Plymouth.
A top performance by its pair helped Dunedin win the inaugural zone six 10s competition in Alexandra at the weekend.
Robbie Gibson will make his debut in the elite Dunedin intercentre men’s team at Alexandra this weekend.
It was close. The national title eluded Sarah Scott and she will have to wait another year to join her family’s top table.
Skip Graeme Hislop was the ice man. He was cool under pressure and played eight key shots when South Otago won the 61st annual Festival Fours in Dunedin yesterday.
Dunedin teenager Jonty Horwell has proved that he can foot it with the big boys by qualifying in all three events at the national bowls championships in New Plymouth.
Bruce and Margaret Malcolm have done plenty in their lives on and off the sporting field. Alistair McMurran talks to the couple who show no sign of slowing down.
World Bowls champion Mike Kernaghan will be playing in the 61st annual Festival Fours next week.
Sarah Scott has come of age and is poised to add another chapter to her family’s illustrious bowls history at New Plymouth next month.
Pairs skip Jan Barclay played two pressure bowls on Sunday to put Taieri into the national women's division 1 finals of the interclub sevens.
The new Bowls Dunedin Saturday morning women’s sevens competition is lifting the standard and is expected to make the women’s representative team more competitive on the national scene.
Dunedin's Mike Kernaghan reached the pinnacle of his international career when he won a gold medal in the fours at World Bowls on Saturday.