Below is the player points standings, this excludes the final of the Men's Singles.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Men's Singles final has been postponed from this Saturday 27 January, a confirmed date will be advised.
The Centre Office has moved to Bowls Orewa, and is almost organised. Huge thanks must go to Leon Wech (Mairangi Bay) for donating his time to move us yesterday and for his expert work in putting together the flat pack cabinets. Thanks to Bowls Orewa for allowing the Centre Office to be located within their premises.
This is to confirm the Benefitz Men's Centre Singles Final between two Bowls Orewa members, Bruce McClintock & Wayne Wrack will be played at Takapuna Bowling Club this Saturday 27 January at 10am. The winner of this event will represent BNH in the regional playoffs at Onerahi, Northland on Monday 12th March. Thanks ...
New Zealand’s biggest bowling club Orewa is getting bigger - with soaring membership, a half million dollar-plus roof to protect players from the weather, and its move to become a multi-sport organisation.
President Tony Rickerby, who also heads Bowls North Harbour which will move its headquarters to Orewa from Browns ...
BNH Representative & Browns Bay Bowling Club Member Rory Soden has been selected to represent NZ In the World Youth Championship. Congratulations Rory ... well deserved
Thanks to the clubs who have entered their Twilight Junior Interclub sides, please forward any further entries on the form from the Secretary’s Manual.
As per the entry form the first evening of play will be Monday 5th February.
Bridge Park are looking for some Junior Teams to play in this big money tournament.
If interested please contact Phil Taylor: 0275758207
27th & 28th January 2018
We have recently concluded meetings with the Chairpersons of our clubs. Topics that were covered included-
HBH 20,000 and the need for BNH to have a signature event on the bowls calendar.
Power Play Pairs
Greens allocations for Centre events
“Wool sale” to endeavour to eliminate clubs hosting events on ...
Two of the centre’s most consistent bowlers of recent years, Mairangi Bay’s Jan Gledhill and Hilary Ross, added to their impressive records when the North Harbour’s women’s triples championship was decided at the weekend, while their less experienced club-mate Theresa Rogers moved to within one of her coveted gold ...