Junior Champion Pairs

A good field of both Women & Men’s Pairs played over two days in windy conditions.

Winners for the Women were Christine Lineham & Elaine Hamber (Two Lives) over Helen Bailey & Fran Waterhouse.

Men’s Winners were:- Terry Mathews & Kevin Thomlinson (Two Lives) over Brian Symons & James Emslie in a very tight match


Womens 100 UP

Winner – Christine Lineham with Runner up – Rawi Brewster


Bowls Junior Northland REPS

Team Co Manager: Ken McLeod

Team Coach: Bruno Barnetta

Players:-

WOMEN: Christine Lineham, Fran Waterhouse, Sue Belin, Vicky Charity.

MEN: Keith Lineham & Keith (KIWI) Stewart


LINEHAMS - Do It

Keith & Christine, a Happy Couple
Geoff & Keith, Good Friends

Championship Singles

Winner Mona Guttenbeil & runnerup Jan Hollingsworth
Both Elaine Hamber & Christine Lineham made the last four

Womens Championship Triples

Congratulations to the following teams after a great weekend of bowls.

Winners:
Jackie Rutledge, Rawi Brewster, Christine Lineham
Runners-up:
Sue Wightman, Jan Hollingsworth, Jan Holland


Mens Championship Fours

Congratulations to the following teams after a great weekend of bowls.

Winners:
Graham Wintle, Charlie Shepherd, Paul Wightman, Keith Blincow

Runners-up: Dave Frame, Alistair Colliar, Paul Freeman, Neville Franks


2019 Men's Handicap Pairs

Congratulations to Paul Freeman and Keith Lineham who won with 4 and 1/2 wins. Runners up were Ken McCloud and Brian Preston.


Mangawhai Central Fours

This prestige tournament over three days with 28 teams entered from Far North to Waikato brought many top Bowlers to compete.

Excellent sponsorship made this possible with prizes down to 8th place, plus session prizes.

1st – Kevin Robinson, Wayne Wrack, Brian Hagger, Trish Croot

2nd – Betty Mitchell, Steve Mitchell, Sam Nelson, Manu Timoti

3rd – John Dunn, Leanne Stewart, Ian Bowick, Graeme Lawrence


Onerahi 2 x Bowl Triples

Dundee Henwood, Bruno Barnetta & Gerry Mulligan win Consolation

Dundee, Bruno, Gerry & Sponsor Wally Yovich

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