Restrictions are still in force for now but nothing appears to be stopping some Dunedin bowlers.
Nagging line-and-length delivery from Lee Grigg (Green Island) helped unseat defending champion Beth Brown (Taieri) in the champion of champions women's singles at the St Clair Bowling Club on Sunday.
Forbury Park skip Steve Fleming overcame a mixture of emotions to win the Bowls Dunedin champion of champion pairs with lead Steve Wilson at the Taieri Bowling Club greens on Thursday night.
It was so near, yet so far, for the Andersons Bay pair of Tracey Penty and Ruth Williams when Taieri skip Jan Barclay let rip with a heartbreaker to clinch the Dunedin Centre champion of champion...
A dominant performance from Shannon Eathorne (Andersons Bay) enabled her to defeat Annette Stratton (Mornington) 21-6 to win the Bowls Dunedin junior women’s singles title on Thursday night.
It was a feat of David and Goliath proportions when the Dunedin Centre women’s team won the annual quadrangular tournament in Christchurch earlier this month.
Keanu Darby (North East Valley) once again proved he is the player to beat when he won the Bowls Dunedin men’s singles title yesterday.
A sporting comeback was on the cards yesterday when several former stars lined up on the bowling green.
The phrase "for the love of the game" does a good job of summing up Taieri Bowling Club member Charles Burrell’s dedication to the sport.
Beth Brown's ability to apply pressure and draw the shot from the outset enabled her to successfully defend the Bowls Dunedin open women's singles title at Outram yesterday.
The Meadowbank quartet of Daphne Campbell, Mary Watson, Barbara Allan and Shaz Yaxley won the Centre's Open Fours played at the Phoenix club on Saturday from Brenda Hope's four, from the Phoenix club.
It was something of an arm-wrestle, but Kaikorai came away with the spoils when it defeated Fairfield 2-1 in the final of the Dunedin regional interclub open men’s sevens at the Taieri Bowling Club...
A dominant display by the Taieri Blue side secured its right to contest the national finals of the Interclub Sevens in Auckland in April.
Until last weekend, Dion Kiddey was best known for playing with psychedelic red, white and blue bowls.