We have one bye in the Mens and one bye still in the Womens being played on 10th and 11th April
Please contact Lesley on 027 235 9864 or email on [email protected]
if you can fill either of these byes
Browns Bay and Takapuna will be North Harbour’s representatives when the national sevens inter-club competition is held in in Christchurch on April 16-18, each club respectively winning the centre’s men’s and women’s championships at the weekend.
Takapuna, inspiringly led by its two Black Jacks Selina Smith ...
Congratulations to Takapuna, winners of the Womens Interclub 7s and Mairangi Bay runners up
Womens Final Final
Congratulations to Browns Bay, winners of the Mens Interclub 7s and Takapuna runners up
Mens Final Final
Ladies, we need 3 more players to prevent byes. Please consider entering.
Contact BNH on 027 235 9864 or [email protected]
Here is a list of those who have entered in club order
Mens Semi Finals Result
Womens Round 2 Final
The finals of the Men will be played at Browns Bay tomorrow 28 March starting at 8.30 am
Mens Result Day 2
The finals of the Women will be played at Mairangi Bay tomorrow 28 March starting at 8.30 am
Womens Results Day 1
Women at Manly.
Women Day 1 Results
Women Day 2 Results
Final day of Round Robin, games 7, 8 & 9 on 16 April at Manly
Men at Sunnybrae.
Men Day 1 Results
Men Day 2 Results
Four teams into the final on 16 April at Manly are:
Beach Haven Badgers
Today is last day to enter the mens and the womens 1-5 Singles being played on 10-11 April
If you have been playing bowls for less than 5 years please enter this tournament and have a chance to play against other "Junior" players
Please enter using this link https://www.bowlsnorthharbour.com/competitions/
The Manly Falcons scored a deserved win when the centre’s one-to-five interclub
Championship was decided at the weekend.
In a tense final at the Sunnybrae club Manly held off a strong challenge from Takapuna gold to become North Harbour’s representative at the regional tournament in Whangarei in early ...
North Harbour’s men’s team failed to make post-section play in the national inter-centre competition which finished in Wellington at the weekend and the women’s team went out in the quarter-finals.
But while celebrations were obviously muted there were any number of positives from Harbour’s representative...