The first two days of winter interclub have been completed and after results were compiled Mangawhai Blue are in an unbeatable position to win the event.
This means four other teams are fighting for second place and will play off against one another on Sunday starting at 9.30am at the Kensington greens.
Kensington will face Kamo and Hikurangi will meet One Tree Point to find the runners-up in the event.
Current win points are: Mangawhai Blue 30 pts, Hikurangi 19; Kensington 17; Kamo 15 and One Tree Point 12.
Congratulations to the winning combination from Mangawhai who were Shane Judson, Paul Wightman (pair 1); Neville Franks, Sue Wightman (pair 2); Christine Lineham, Di Robinson, Dave Frame, Tom Gowie (four).
Bowls New Zealand have announced a training and development camp for rangatahi (young bowlers) who are aspiring to become the future of our sport.
This will be a two-day programme in various parts of the country with the aim of improving bowlers' skills and have a fun and social environment.
The closest for our interested young bowlers is to be held in Auckland on October 10-11, 9am to 2.30pm. Fee is $20 per bowler. Entries close on September 17.
Register online at bowlsnewzealand.co.nz or contact - firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
If you would like to read about the success of a small club, then please go to the Bowls NZ website where there is a very well written report on the success of the Opononi Club in the Far North. Well done Opononi may your success continue.
Reminder to Clubs: The AGM of the Northland Centre will be held on Sunday at headquarters starting at 1pm. Please ensure that the office
has been notified the name of your club delegate, one per club only for this meeting.
The Northland Umpires Association have their AGM today at 9.30am, also at the Centre Office. Umpires, please make an effort to attend.