Congratulations to Colleen Orr who represented Australia at the 2018 World Champion of Champions at St. Johns Park Bowls Club NSW. Colleen who was in the running right until the last Bowls after winning 9 of her 12 matches, narrowly missed the finals after losing to England in a tie breaker on the final day….READ MORE
THE 2018 AUSTRALIAN UNDER-18 CHAMPIONSHIPS HAVE BEEN RUN AND WON, WITH VICTORIA CLAIMING THE ROBERT MIDDLETON OVERALL STATE CHAMPION TEAM TROPHY. With an average age of 14.4 across the eight States and Territories, some of the nation’s brightest young stars were on display at the Capalaba Bowls Club in Brisbane. The NT Team put up…READ MORE
The 2018 Men’s Club Fours were finalised over two weekends utilising a round robin format. The event culminated with Ian Smith, Jason Wilson, Ethan Maher, and Graeme Kitto taking on Pete De Greenlaw, Barry Orr, Greg Wetzler, and Demetri Hnaris in the final round game which decided the winner. The match proved to be a…READ MORE
Darwin Bowls Club hosted the qualifying rounds for the 2018 NT BPL where three teams qualified for the final held on October 15th. Trystan Smallacombe, Graeme Kitto and John Meneguzzi won the final in a very tight finish where each team won one game each but Trystan’s trio had one more set than the other…READ MORE
Northern Territory’s Colleen Orr and Tasmania’s Lee Schraner claimed the Australian Champion of Champions titles in a thrilling conclusion to the prestigious event at Darwin Bowls and Social Club. Orr solidified her spot as the event’s first winner from the Top End with an outright victory, one game clear of second-placed Beth Quinlan from NSW,…READ MORE
This years pennant final was a dream for the Darwin Bowls Club with both Darwin Gold and Darwin Blue playing off in the Grand Final.
Darwin Gold out played their Nightcliff Gold opponents in the 1st semi to earn their shot at the flag. Darwin Blue accounted for a tough Katherine team who fought hard in the other semi to move into the preliminary final against Nightcliff Gold. The preliminary final was a see sawing event with the lead changing…READ MORE
Humpty Doo Bowls Club hosted both the Divison One and Division Two finals which allowed the Territories top players to test out their new synthetic green. The Darwin team made up of Pete Sinclair, Mark Diamond, John Maneguzzi, and lead by Graeme Kitto as Skip on rink one, and Paul Rodin, Brett Irvine, Pete…READ MORE
DOUG BOOTH NT NEWS MARCH 10, 2015 12:13PM DARWIN could have its own international-standard bowls centre early in 2016. Plans are in the pipeline for a $1.7 million upgrade of the Darwin Bowls Club in Conacher St, Fannie Bay to create the most modern facility for the sport in Australia. The redevelopment would mean updating one…READ MORE
INTERNATIONAL and national lawn bowls will become permanent fixtures in the Top End after Darwin Bowls Club opened their first synthetic green for competition.
GREY MORRIS NT NEWS OCTOBER 23, 2015 3:40PM INTERNATIONAL and national lawn bowls will become permanent fixtures in the Top End after Darwin Bowls Club opened their first synthetic green for competition. Stage 1 of a $1.5 million NT Government funded upgrade of the Fannie Bay club was completed this week with the completion of the…READ MORE