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CONTENTS

Welcome Message Club Directory

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For Your Information .................................................................................... 5 Conditions of Play

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Daily Programme

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Competitors

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Charts ......................................................................................................18

WELCOME MESSAGE

Haere mai koutou katoa puta noa i te motu. On behalf of Bowls New Zealand it gives me great pleasure to welcome to Wellington all teams attending the Bowls New Zealand National Intercentre 2017. These teams represent 25 of our 27 Centres and I wish you all well as you strive for the honour of pre-eminence amongst the Centres throughout the country. Thank you to Bowls Wellington who volunteered to host this tournament, to Wilton Bowling Club which again is our headquarters club, and to the seven other co-hosting clubs (Johnsonville, Silverstream, Island Bay, Massey Avenue, Wainuiomata, Naenae and Hutt). All of these clubs, their members, greens staff and volunteers, have put in significant efforts to provide greens, club facilities and support for this national tournament; your contribution is much appreciated – thank you. Thank you also to our markers, umpires, recorders and other officials whose individual contributions are such a large part of the tournament. To all the players: good luck, represent your Centres with pride, play hard but fair, and enjoy the camaraderie and competition. And on completion, travel safely home and enjoy the rest of your season. Hei kona ra Mike Spring, President 3


CLUB DIRECTORY

Wilton Bowling Club (Headquarters) Island Bay Bowling Club 122 Wilton Road 260 The Parade Wilton Island Bay Wellington Wellington Ph: 04 473 5158 Ph: 04 973 8571 Email: bowlswilton@xtra.co.nz Email: ibbc@clear.net.nz Johnsonville Bowling Club Massey Ave Bowling Club 34 Frankmore Avenue 17 Massey Ave Johnsonville Woburn Wellington Wellington Ph: 04 478 5269 Ph: 04 970 6495 Email: dickwilliams@xtra.co.nz Email: masseyavebc@gmail.com Naenae Bowling Club Silverstream Bowling Club 135 Witako Street 37 Dunns Street Epuni Silverstream Lower Hutt Upper Hutt Ph: 04 567 5823 Ph: 04 528 3918 Email: naenaebowls@xtra.co.nz Email: secretary@silverstream.co.nz Wainuiomata Bowling Club 1 Moohan Street Wainuiomata Upper Hutt Ph: 04 564 5995 Email: bowls.wainuiomata@xtra.co.nz

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION

CATERING Lunch will be available from the clubs if pre ordered. To order, please contact the clubs you will be playing at directly. MEDICAL SERVICES Wellington Accident & Urgent Medical Centre Ropata Medical Centre 17 Adelaide Road 577 High St Newtown Avalon Wellington Lower Hutt Ph: 04 384 4944 Ph: 920 0800 TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS Tournament Director Helen Stallard Bowls New Zealand Ph: 021 966 024 Jury of Appeal Kerry Clark, Mike Spring, John Earles Chief Umpire Official: Sue Way 021 141 2611 Umpires:

NATIONAL EVENTS REGULATION 10 The requiement of this regulation applies to all national events. This is available on the Bowls NZ website (http://bit.ly/29xm5Sy) SURVEY Have your say to continue to improve the National Intercentre event moving forward. Visit Bowls New Zealand website (www.bowlsnz.co.nz) to complete the survey. This will be open for three weeks following the tournament comencing.

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CONDITIONS OF PLAY

1. STATUS 1.1

These Conditions of Play are supplementary to Bowls New Zealand Regulation 10 – National Events. (http://bit.ly/29xm5Sy)

1.2

These Conditions of Play are also made in accordance with Law 55.3 of the Laws of the Sport, which permits Bowls New Zealand as a Controlling Body to establish conditions of play to cover certain aspects of the sport. These Conditions of Play set out the conditions of play for the Bowls New Zealand National Intercentre and applies to all players, Clubs and Centre’s participating in the Event. These Conditions of Play do not apply to International Competition which must be played strictly in accordance with the Laws of the Sport.

1.3

These Conditions of Play have been developed and issued by the Bowls New Zealand Chief Executive in accordance with Regulation 10 – National Events.

2.

NAME, DATES, and VENUES

2.1

The name of the Event is:

Bowls New Zealand National Intercentre

2.2

All Clubs and Centres must refer to the Event by this name, or any other name notified by Bowls NZ in the event of a change of name and/or sponsor of the Event.

2.3

DATES:

2.4

VENUES:

3.

CONTROLLING BODY

3.1

The Controlling Body is Bowls New Zealand.

3.2

Tournament Director: Appointed by Bowls New Zealand.

Thursday 23rd – Sunday 26th March, 2017 Wilton Bowling Club (HQ) and Clubs throughout the Wellington Centre.

4. DEFINITIONS 4.1

The words and phrases used in these Conditions of Play shall have the same meaning as defined in Regulation 10 – National Events and the Constitution of Bowls New Zealand, un less otherwise specified in these Conditions of Play. For avoidance of doubt, the conventions used in the Laws of the Sport shall not apply to these Conditions of Play unless expressly stated.

Bowls New Zealand Tournament Director means the person appointed by Bowls New Zealand for the National Finals on such terms and conditions as Bowls New Zealand determines. Event means the Bowls New Zealand National Intercentre Competition.

Laws of the Sport means the World Bowls Laws of the Sport of Bowls (Crystal Mark Third 6


Edition) and includes the domestic regulations of Bowls New Zealand.

Season is the period of competition for the game of Bowls which for the purposes of these Conditions of Play shall commence on 1st July and end on 30th June the following year.

5. ENTRY 5.1

Centres must notify Bowls NZ by 31 December, 2016 of their intention to enter this event.

5.2

An Entry Fee of $215 (GST incl) per side shall be paid by each Centre to enter in the event. This fee is payable by 20 January, 2017 and an invoice will be issued by Bowls New Zealand.

5.3

The Details of Sides (attached as Appendix A) must be filled in by Centres and returned to Bowls New Zealand by 20 January, 2017 together with the completed Code of Conduct. This date must be strictly adhered to.

5.4

Event Format

(a)

The draw will be completed after all entry fees are paid. Entries will be drawn into four sections and a round robin will be played in each section. A scrambled draw will be used for all sections.

All games will be played under the traditional format as below:

(b)

i.

Singles: 25 Shots up or Time Limit 2¾ Hours – whichever comes first

ii.

Pairs: 18 Ends or Time Limit of 2 ¾ Hours – whichever comes first

iii.

Fours: 15 Ends or Time Limit of 2 ¾ Hours – whichever comes first

The time signals for each game shall be as follows:

(c)

The commencement of play and the expiry of time shall be signalled by the Umpire by a bell or some other means clearly audible to the players concerned. Where the time limit is not common to all games on any green, the Umpire shall notify the oppo nents or skips in individual games when the time limit has expired.

If in a time limit game the jack has been delivered before the time signal the end continues and if it is subsequently made dead it should be replayed until it is completed. (d) Ends made dead shall be replayed in accordance with Law 20 of the Laws of the Sport. (e)

Entered players must remain in the disciplines as confirmed on the official entry forms and Code of Conduct attached as Appendix A. After the commencement of the first end of the first game of the National Finals changes will only be allowed relating to the team order within each team between rounds.

(f)

Absentee Players: If, 15 minutes after the scheduled start time for a game, one or more players are absent from a team, the defaulting team will forfeit the game to 7


their opponents. (g)

In all qualifying games three points will be awarded for each game won. One point will be awarded for each game drawn. Where match points are equal, the winner will be the side with the highest net total of shots.

(h) (i)

If the match points and the net total of shots are equal the side with the lowest “total shots against” will be the winner.

The top two placed sides in each section will progress to post section.

(j)

If match points, net total of shots, “lowest shots against” are all equal the winner will be the team who won the game when the two teams met.

(k)

An “Open Draw” will be completed at the end of qualifying play and the draw will con ducted by the coaches of the quarterfinalists sides.

(l)

In post-section play Law 28 of the Laws of the Sport will apply. If the scores are equal when all ends have been played or the time limit has been reached then an extra end should be played to decide the winner of any game. Only the discipline with the tie will play an extra end.

(m)

There will be no time limit on the games in the final.

5.5

Alterations to the Format & Length of Games

(a)

The Controlling Body reserves the right to alter the format, times of play and greens to suit local unforeseen circumstances, giving as much notice as practical

(b)

Where a programme is interrupted or cannot be completed due to inclement weather or local conditions, the Controlling Body may amend the format and length of games to achieve a result

5.6

Restricting the Movement of Players

In time limit games as per this Regulation, the movement of players during play shall be restricted as specified in Appendix A. A.4 - Laws of the Sport as follows:

(a)

After delivering their first bowl, players will only be allowed to walk up to the head under the following circumstances.

i. Singles Game:

ii.

The opponents: after delivery of their third and fourth bowls. Pairs Games (each player playing three bowls): • •

iii. Fours Game:

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the Leads: after delivery of their third bowl; and the Skips; after delivery of their second and third bowls

the Leads: after the second player in their team has delivered their


second bowl • the Seconds: after delivery of their second bowl • the Thirds: after delivery of their second bowl • the Skips: after delivery of each of their bowls. (b)

In exceptional and limited circumstances, a Singles player can ask the Marker for permission to walk up to the head, or a Skip can ask that a player walks up to the head earlier than described in Appendix A.4.1.

(c)

If a player does not meet the requirements of Appendix A.4.1, Law 13 of the Laws of the Sport shall apply.

5.7

Defaults

If a team or player defaults their score will be recorded as a loss. The non-offending team will be awarded a win and the average net total of shots scored by the winning teams in the same discipline in the same round of the same section.

5.8 Coaches (a) It shall be permissible for any Coach to advise player(s) in their side during the course of the Event in accordance with Law 44 of the Laws of the Sport from outside the boundaries of the green 6.

TRIAL ENDS

6.1

Pursuant to Law 5.1 of the Laws of the Sport trial ends will be allowed before competition commences each day.

6.2 Should players be required to change greens during the day an extra set of trial ends will be allowed. 7. SUBSTITUTES 7.1

Substitutes and changes to original team members will be allowed in terms of Bowls New Zealand Domestic Regulation Clause 7.

8.

FOOTWEAR & CLOTHING

8.1 Shoes or sandals may be worn by players when playing on a bowling green. All shoes must be flat soled and heel-less. Soles may be of a non-slip material with a slightly abrasive sur face. 8.2

Any Player with a physical disability may use an appropriate support, wheelchair or bowling aid, provided that the same is so made that its use causes no damage to the green.

8.3

For any Tournament other than a Club Tournament, players in Singles and members of Teams or Sides must wear garments of the same colour/design as determined by the Tournament Controlling Body. This means all members of a Team or Side wearing the same trouser/shorts as well as shirts/tops. Any garment may have logos displayed, but the Con trolling Body may impose conditions relating to sponsors logos to ensure there is no conflict with a Tournament Sponsor. 9


8.4

Failure to comply with clause 8.3 will result in the offending Team or Side being defaulted for each round until they comply with clause 8.3.

9.

SMOKING AND ALCOHOL

9.1 Subject to any further restrictions in specific Conditions of Play, the following smoking and alcohol policies apply: (a) There shall be no smoking anywhere in a Club house or on the greens or surrounds at a National Event. Smoking may only occur in designated smoking areas. (b)

The drinking of alcohol at a National Event is restricted to the Club house at each venue in accordance with the Club’s licence. Drinking outside of the Club house including on the greens is strictly prohibited.

10. OFFICIALS 10.1 The Tournament Director shall appoint the Chief Umpire after consultation with the Chair of the Bowls NZ Umpires Committee. All Umpires must be Level 2 or above. 10.2 The Tournament Director will also be responsible for the appointment of Markers for post section play. 11.

JURY OF APPEAL

11.1

A Jury of Appeal shall be appointed by the Bowls NZ CEO for the purpose of deciding upon any points not provided in the conditions of play and/or for dealing with any referrals or appeals from decisions made by Technical Officials (Law 43.2.6 of the Laws of the Sport and Rule 14.4 of Regulation 10).

12.

CERTIFICATES AND BADGES

12.1

All semi-finalists will receive Bowls NZ Certificates and the winners in both Men’s and Women’s events will receive Bowls NZ badges.

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DAILY PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 23rd MARCH FRIDAY 24th MARCH (All Host Clubs Required) (All Host Clubs Required) 12:00pm Lunch 8:15am Trial Ends 12:30pm Opening 8:30am Round 1 or 3 12:45pm Trial Ends 11:15am Lunch 1:00pm Round 1 11:45am Round 2 or 4 3:45pm Break 2:30pm Break 4:00pm Round 2 2:45pm Round 3 or 5

SATURDAY 25th MARCH (all Host Clubs Required)

SUNDAY 26th MARCH (All play at Wilton)

8:00am Trial Ends 8:15am Trail Ends 8:15am Round 4 or 6 8:30am Semi- Finals 11:00am Round 5 or 7 11:15am Lunch 1:45pm Lunch 12:00pm Finals 2:30pm QF Draw 3:00pm Presentations 2:45pm Quarterfinals

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COMPETITORS

MEN’S INTERCENTRE Section 1 Centre

NORTH AUCKHARBOUR LAND

MANAWATU

WELLINGTON

SOUTHLAND BULLER

SOUTH OTAGO

SINGLES

Scott Cotrell

Craig Merrilees

Ewen MacDonald

Robert Wilson

PAIRS

Rob Ashton

Bryan Harvy

Chris Bullock

Bob McAuley

Lead

Petar Sain

Roger Stevens

Trevor Warne

Allan Philip

FOURS

Dan Delany

Lyall Spencer

Ross James Graeme Hislop

Three

Jordan King

Steve Sanders

Dave Leod

Two

Ciaran MacElvanna

Andrew McGregor

Maurice Tipping

Lead

Mike Nagy

Shane Elliott

William Tyler Bruce Campbell

Jack Waikawa

Tony Cockerill Bernard Kempton

Skip

Skip

Mc- Eric McNoe Neville Thomson

COACH MANAGER

John Hurst

Section 2 Centre

WAIKATO

NORTHLAND

SINGLES

Raika Gregory Tony Fabling

Gordon Bond Rhys Hakkens Sam Nelson Neil Bovey

Dwayne Cameron Malcolm Moore

Dean McMurchy Paul Wightman

Kerry Margan Gerrard Slattery Paul Casey (Jnr) Dave Selby

Dennis Brewster

PAIRS Skip Lead FOURS Skip Three Two Lead COACH MANAGER

KAPITI COAST

GISBORNE EAST COAST

CENTRAL OTAGO

NELSON

Gary Wylie David Walker

Stu McLuskie Alisdair Peter Trimmer Thomson Steve Smith Brian Woolston Steve Smith Danny Madden

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Section 3

Centre SINGLES PAIRS Skip Lead

COUNTIES MANUKAU

THAMES VALLEY

Jim Ballard

Adam Haywood Colin Gawith

John Kanawa

Karl Garrett

FOURS

Warren Adams David Clark

Skip Three

Frankie Lim

Matt Johnson Peter French Graeme Goss John Brooks

Two Lead

Selwyn Darwin Stuart Watt

COACH

John Hancy

WAIRARAPA

TARANAKI

MARLBOROUGH

SOUTH CANTERBURY

HAWKES BAY

CANTERBURY

WEST COAST

DUNEDIN

Mark Mathews

MANAGER

Section 4 Centre

BAY OF PLENTY

SINGLES PAIRS Skip Lead FOURS Skip Three Two Lead COACH MANAGER 14

WANGANUI

Ian O’Neil Shane Pascoe Jordan Campbell John Lynch Trevor Pascoe Jarred Forsyth Merv Pascoe Nigeal Kelleher


WOMEN’S INTERCENTRE Section 1 Centre

THAMES VALLEY

WAIKATO

KAPITI COAST

SINGLES

Lindsay Nicholls Lynn Clifford

Ashleigh Jeffcoat Debbie White

Audrey Stevenson Maggie Copland

Eileen Grant

Margaret Henderson Patsy Robinson

Carol Cox

Rochelle Stevenson Pat Taylor

Marilyn Paterson Wynette McLachlan

Belinda Goodall Irene Goss

Debbie Pakinga Frances Bryant Kerry Lumsden

Eileen Jones

Bronwyn Cowie

Irina Kirikiri Carol Rolton

Ngaira Whitaker Mary Collett

Greta Asplin

Annette Piper

Glenys Bell

PAIRS Skip Lead FOURS Skip Three Two Lead COACH

Doreen Garlick Margaret Reid

MANAGER

Bev Corbett

GISBORNE EAST COAST

MARLBOROUGH

SOUTH OTAGO

Christine King

Section 2 Centre

BAY OF PLENTY

NORTH HARBOUR

WELLINGTON

MANAWATU SOUTHLAND

BULLER

SINGLES

Bronwyn Stevens

Carolyn Wadsworth

PAIRS

Avril Fowler

Diane James

Skip Lead FOURS Skip Three Two Lead COACH MANAGER

Pam Calder Janice Penman Michelle Pauline Kearns Preston Lynda Milne Ange Francis Jan Low

Ann Wilson Steph Bullock Noeline Cropp

Sue Kincaid Vinda McLeod 15


Section 3

Centre

AUCKLAND

SINGLES

Linda Ralph Sue Wightman

Mata Frankum

PAIRS

Karen Hema

Marny Jones

Janice Styles

Selina Goddard Alison Rennie

Leanne Stewart

June Cronin

Maureen Parker

Cathy Richards

Estelle Hickey Doreen Jensen Reecca Jelly

Maree Attwood

Shirley Whyte Shona Anderson Sandra Cleland

Skip Lead FOURS Skip Three Two Lead COACH

NORTHLAND

WAIRARAPA

HAWKES BAY SOUTH CANTRBURY

Lauren Mills Diane Lawrence Karen Horscroft Jane Walker

MANAGER

CANTERBURY

Rosina Beker

Section 4 Centre

COUNTIES MANUKAU

SINGLES

Natarsha Grimshaw Gaylene Harvey

PAIRS Skip Lead FOURS Skip Three Two Lead COACH

Margaret Davies Gayle Melrose Karen Forrest Marilyn Bristowe Cheryl Hunia Margaret Davies

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WANGANUI

NELSON

CENRAL OTAGO

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ROUND

NORTH HARBOUR

RINK

B

PLACINGS

Final Total

A5

Fours

Single

7 Pairs

A2

B2

Fours

Sub-Total

A2

6 Pairs

Single

A5

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

A5

5 Pairs

Single

A3

B2

Fours

Sub-Total

A4

Single

4 Pairs

A6

B1

Fours

Sub-Total

A3

Single

3 Pairs

A1

B4

Sub-Total

A4

Fours

B

2 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

B

B6

Fours

RINK Net Total of Shots Shots Against

1 Pairs

B3

A1

A4

B6

A4

A3

B4

A6

B

B

A1

A3

B1

B

A4

B5

A4

A3

B4

A1

RINK Net Total of Shots Shots Against

B4

A1

B

B

A6

A3

B4

B

A4

B6

A4

A2

B2

A6

A1

B3

A2

A5

B6

A5

B2

A5

A6

B4

A4

A5

B5

A1

A2

B1

B

A3

B2

A2

B

B5

A2

A1

B

A3

A4

RINK

A4

WELLINGTON

B2

B

A4

B6

A6

B

B

A6

A3

B2

A5

A2

B6

A3

A5

B3

A6

A1

B2

A3

A6

RINK Net Total of Shots Shots Against

A2

MANAWATU

SOUTHLAND

B4

A3

A2

B2

B

A1

B2

A5

A2

B1

A1

B

B6

A2

A4

B

A6

A5

B4

A5

A6

RINK Net Total of Shots Shots Against

A2

AUCKLAND

BULLER

B3

A3

A6

B4

A2

A1

B2

A1

A4

B6

A5

A6

B

A6

A5

B4

B

A3

B2

A1

B

SOUTH OTAGO

Venue Friday 24th March: Johnsonville BC Venue Saturday 25th March: Silverstream BC RINK Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Single

One

Section

CENTRE

Venue Thursday 23rd March: Wilton BC

Bowls New Zealand Men's National Intercentre - 2017 Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Shots For Game Points

Shots For Game Points

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Shots For Game Points

Shots For Game Points


RINK

B1

Fours

B2

Fours

PLACINGS

Final Total

A2

5 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

A3

A1

4 Pairs

Single

A6

B4

Fours

Sub-Total

A6

3 Pairs

Single

A3

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

A3

A4

2 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

B1

Fours

ROUND

A4

RINK

1 Pairs

B6

A4

A5

B3

A1

A4

B6

A4

A5

B5

A5

A6

B3

A6

RINK

B4

A2

A5

B5

A5

A2

B4

A4

A1

B1

A1

A4

B3

A2

A3

KAPITI COAST

B4

A4

A1

B1

A3

A2

B6

A2

A3

B3

A1

A6

B5

A4

A5

RINK

A1

NORTHLAND

GISBORNE EAST COAST

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A6

B2

A2

A5

B1

A3

A2

B5

A6

A3

RINK

A1

WAIKATO

CENTRAL OTAGO

Venue Saturday 25th March: Massey Ave BC

B6

A6

A3

B5

A3

A4

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A2

B1

A2

A5

RINK

Single

Two

Section

CENTRE

Venue Friday 24th March: Island Bay BC

Bowls New Zealand Men's National Intercentre - 2017 NELSON Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

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20

ROUND

COUNTIES MANUKAU

RINK

B3

Fours

PLACINGS

Final Total

C2

5 Pairs

Single

C3

B2

Fours

Sub-Total

C1

4 Pairs

Single

C6

B4

Fours

Sub-Total

A6

3 Pairs

Single

A3

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

A3

2 Pairs

Single

A4

B1

Fours

Sub-Total

A4

RINK

1 Pairs

B1

C4

C5

B4

C1

C4

B6

A4

A5

B5

A5

A6

B3

A6

RINK

B5

C2

C5

B6

C5

C2

B4

A4

A1

B1

A1

A4

B3

A2

A3

B5

C4

C1

B2

C3

C2

B6

A2

A3

B3

A1

A6

B5

A4

A5

RINK

A1

WAIRARAPA

TARANAKI

B3

C6

C1

B4

C5

C6

B2

A2

A5

B1

A3

A2

B5

A6

A3

RINK

A1

THAMES VALLEY

MARLBOROUGH

Venue Saturday 25th March: Naenae BC SOUTH CANTERBURY

B1

C6

C3

B6

C3

C4

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A2

B1

A2

A5

RINK

Single

Three

Section

CENTRE

Venue Friday 24th March: Wainuiomata BC

Bowls New Zealand Men's National Intercentre - 2017 Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points


RINK

B1

Fours

B2

Fours

PLACINGS

Final Total

A2

5 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

A3

A1

4 Pairs

Single

A6

B4

Fours

Sub-Total

A6

3 Pairs

Single

A3

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

A3

A4

2 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

B1

Fours

ROUND

A4

RINK

1 Pairs

B6

A4

A5

B3

A1

A4

B6

A4

A5

B5

A5

A6

B3

A6

RINK

B4

A2

A5

B5

A5

A2

B4

A4

A1

B1

A1

A4

B3

A2

A3

HAWKES BAY

B4

A4

A1

B1

A3

A2

B6

A2

A3

B3

A1

A6

B5

A4

A5

RINK

A1

WANGANUI

CANTERBURY

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A6

B2

A2

A5

B1

A3

A2

B5

A6

A3

RINK

A1

BAY OF PLENTY

WEST COAST

Venue Saturday 25th March: Johnsonville BC

B6

A6

A3

B5

A3

A4

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A2

B1

A2

A5

RINK

Single

Four

Section

CENTRE

Venue Friday 24th March: Naenae BC

Bowls New Zealand Men's National Intercentre - 2017 DUNEDIN Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

21


22

ROUND

RINK

B2

Fours

PLACINGS

Final Total

A2

5 Pairs

Single

A3

B1

Fours

Sub-Total

A1

4 Pairs

Single

A6

B4

Fours

Sub-Total

A6

3 Pairs

Single

A3

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

A3

2 Pairs

Single

A4

B1

Fours

Sub-Total

A4

RINK

1 Pairs

B6

A4

A5

B3

A1

A4

B6

A4

A5

B5

A5

A6

B3

A6

RINK

B4

A2

A5

B5

A5

A2

B4

A4

A1

B1

A1

A4

B3

A2

A3

KAPITI COAST

B4

A4

A1

B1

A3

A2

B6

A2

A3

B3

A1

A6

B5

A4

A5

RINK

A1

WAIKATO

GISBORNE EAST COAST

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A6

B2

A2

A5

B1

A3

A2

B5

A6

A3

RINK

A1

THAMES VALLEY

MARLBOROUGH

Venue Saturday 25th March: Naenae BC

B6

A6

A3

B5

A3

A4

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A2

B1

A2

A5

RINK

Single

One

Section

CENTRE

Venue Friday 24th March: Wilton BC

Bowls New Zealand Women's National Intercentre - 2017 SOUTH OTAGO Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points


RINK

B1

Fours

B2

Fours

PLACINGS

Final Total

A2

5 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

A3

A1

4 Pairs

Single

A6

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

C6

3 Pairs

Single

C3

B6

Fours

Sub-Total

C3

C4

2 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

B2

Fours

ROUND

C4

RINK

1 Pairs

B6

A4

A5

B3

A1

A4

B1

C4

C5

B6

C5

C6

B4

C6

RINK

B4

A2

A5

B5

A5

A2

B5

C4

C1

B2

C1

C4

B4

C2

C3

WELLINGTON

B4

A4

A1

B1

A3

A2

B1

C2

C3

B4

C1

C6

B6

C4

C5

RINK

C1

NORTH HARBOUR

MANAWATU

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A6

B3

C2

C5

B2

C3

C2

B6

C6

C3

RINK

C1

BAY OF PLENTY

SOUTHLAND

Venue Saturday 25th March: Island Bay BC

B6

A6

A3

B5

A3

A4

B3

C6

C1

B4

C6

C2

B2

C2

C5

RINK

Single

Two

Section

CENTRE

Venue Friday 24th March: Naenae BC

Bowls New Zealand Women's National Intercentre - 2017 BULLER Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

23


24

RINK

B2

Fours

PLACINGS

Final Total

A2

5 Pairs

Single

A3

B1

Fours

Sub-Total

A1

4 Pairs

Single

A6

B4

Fours

Sub-Total

A6

3 Pairs

Single

A3

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

A3

A4

2 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

B1

Fours

ROUND

A4

RINK

1 Pairs

B6

A4

A5

B3

A1

A4

B6

A4

A5

B5

A5

A6

B3

A6

RINK

B4

A2

A5

B5

A5

A2

B4

A4

A1

B1

A1

A4

B3

A2

A3

WAIRARAPA

B4

A4

A1

B1

A3

A2

B6

A2

A3

B3

A1

A6

B5

A4

A5

RINK

A1

NORTHLAND

HAWKES BAY

SOUTH CANTERBURY

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A6

B2

A2

A5

B1

A3

A2

B5

A6

A3

RINK

A1

AUCKLAND

Venue Saturday 25th March: Wilton BC

B6

A6

A3

B5

A3

A4

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A2

B1

A2

A5

RINK

Single

Three

Section

CENTRE

Venue Friday 24th March: Massey Ave BC

Bowls New Zealand Women's National Intercentre - 2017 CANTERBURY Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points


COUNTIES MANUKAU

RINK

B1

Fours

B2

Fours

PLACINGS

Final Total

A2

5 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

A3

A1

4 Pairs

Single

A6

B4

Fours

Sub-Total

A6

3 Pairs

Single

A3

B5

Fours

Sub-Total

A3

A4

2 Pairs

Single

Sub-Total

B1

Fours

ROUND

A4

RINK

1 Pairs

B6

A4

A5

B3

A1

A4

B6

A4

A5

B5

A5

A6

B3

A6

RINK

B4

A2

A5

B5

A5

A2

B4

A4

A1

B1

A1

A4

B3

A2

A3

B4

A4

A1

B1

A3

A2

B6

A2

A3

B3

A1

A6

B5

A4

A5

RINK

A1

WANGANUI

NELSON

CENTRAL OTAGO

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A6

B2

A2

A5

B1

A3

A2

B5

A6

A3

RINK

A1

TARANAKI

B6

A6

A3

B5

A3

A4

B2

A6

A1

B3

A5

A2

B1

A2

A5

DUNEDIN

Venue Saturday 25th March: Wainuiomata BC

RINK

Single

Four

Section

CENTRE

Venue Friday 24th March: Silverstream BC

Bowls New Zealand Women's National Intercentre - 2017 Net Total of Shots Shots Against

Shots For Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

Net Total of Shots

Shots Against

Shots For

Game Points

25


26


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