Riverhead Bowling Club in the Last Eight

  • March 30, 2019

Bowls3Five – the road to the final four.

Throughout summer bowling clubs across New Zealand are competing to earn their centre title, to earn the right to represent them in the Bowls New Zealand National Interclub competition but this time there is a different first prize up for grabs.

The winner of National Interclub 2019 will see the winning team be promoted into the Bowls3Five televised league for the 2019 season. Replacing the relegated Woodend Jets from the 2018 season the National Interclub 2019 champions will be the new kids on the block come October 22, when Bowls3Five rolls out for a second season with all the action live on SKY Sport. 

This page will be an ongoing story as we continue on the road to find the final four! 

Link to the play-off bracket can be found HERE

Competition Update

Friday 28 March
Aramoho among last eight – read about their win in Bowls3Five here

Hinuera hunting final four berth – read about it here

Thursday 28 March
We have confirmation that the Kia Toa v Alexandra quarter-final fixture will take place at Awamoa Bowling Club (Oamaru) 9th April at 3pm.

Bowls3Five match-ups from the Round of 16 

(with confirmed dates)

Lincoln (Canterbury) v Kia Toa (South Canterbury) 
– Tuesday 26th March
– Kia Toa make it through to the quarter-finals
Competition write up HERE

Onehunga & Districts (Auckland) v Papakura (Counties Manukau)
– Wednesday 27th March
– Result Onehunga & Districts make it through to the quarter-finals. 
Competition write up will be available shortly

Kensington (Northland) v Riverhead (North Harbour)
– Thursday 28th March

Who is in contention, how did they get there?

Find out about the clubs who vying off for a place in the finals, details in a great write up here.