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We have a 3 main open tournaments - something to suit everybody!
Come down and have some fun!


Victory Cup


Our Premier Open Tournament

Great Prize Money!

Great Competition!

Any combination triples

Classic Pairs

Sat 5th February

A fun one day tournament playing every kind of pairs imaginable. 

Any combination pairs

Junior Classic Fours

Sat 30th April 2022 & 
Sun 1st May 2022

For 1-8 year players.
Day 1:
Fours - Singles/Triples - Fours

Day 2:
Fours - Pairs/Pairs - Fours

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Winners - Aaron White, Stephen Campbell, Stu Paraker, Hitesh Ranchhod

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A big shout out to all the 1 to 8 year bowlers who supported our Junior Classic over Labour Weekend.  Everyone had a lot of fun and it was a privilege hosting such an awesome bunch of people.

As always, the competition was fierce. Only 3 of the 21 teams remained unbeaten after the first day - Peni Panapa (Mangere), John Crowe (Blockhouse Bay) and our own Aaron White (Pt Chevalier).

After round five, Aaron White’s team were the only five winners, with John Crowe drawing with Adam Baillie (Composite) and Peni Panapa going down to Karen Kuzimski (New Lynn) 12-6.

Two rounds later and with only one round left, Aaron White was still unbeaten with 7 wins, with Peni Panapa on 6 and John Crowe with 5.5 wins. The only way for a change in leaders was if Aaron White lost, and Peni Panapa won.

Bottom of the table, Paddy from Mt Albert team did their best to take down the leaders. They fought back from 10-3 down to be 10 all with just 3 ends to play.

The Pt Chevalier were not going to let the game slip away though and dug deep, scoring a 4 and a 3 to break away again. Meanwhile, Phil Ross’s Royal Oak Titans got the better of Peni’s Mangere team to notch up their 3rd win of the tournament.

Huge congratulations to Pt Chevalier’s newest members – Aaron White, Hitesh Ranchhod and Stephen Campbell and Hobsonville’s Stu Parker. The team played consistently good bowls all weekend. It was a great achievement for the team who between them only have 8 years bowling experience – their skipper Aaron is in his third year, whilst Hitesh and Stu are in their second, and Stephen Campbell is just in his first.

Thank you to the entire Pt Chevalier Crew for pitching in over the weekend and beforehand. You all rock!


Final Standings:

First – PT CHEVALIER – Aaron White, Hitesh Ranchhod, Stephen Campbell and Stu Parker – 8 wins, 69 ends, plus 80

Second – BLOCKHOUSE BAY – John Crowe, Kim Tilley, Malcolm King, Pip Wilton – 6.5 wins, 55 ends, plus 11

Third – ROYAL OAK – Warwick Catchpole, Vili Fifita, KJ Lark, Tupia Akaruru – 6 wins, 71 ends, plus 67

Fourth – MANGERE – Peni Panapa, Pale L, Prak R, Vai G – 6 wins, 64 ends, plus 41

Consolation Draw – PT CHEVALIER – Colin Williams, Keith Earl, JC Fuller, Henry Fane

Youngest Teams Spot Prize – PT CHEVALIER Aaron White, Hitesh Ranchhod, Stephen Campbell and Stu Pakrer and ROYAL OAK TITANS – Phil Ross, Paul Neazor, John Boddy, Arthur Frank – Both teams had only 8 years playing experience between them!

Dinosaur and Babies Prize – MT ALBERT – Padric, Lian, Randy, Marrisa – with 1x 7 year, 1x 2nd year and 2x first Year.

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Victory to Pt Chevalier!

Pt Chevalier held their Victory Cup Open Triples tournament this weekend with 18 teams entered.

After Day One, the leader board saw Pt Chevalier’s Kevin Morris at the top with 4 wins, and Howick’s Neil Fisher in 2nd place with 4 wins also. The best of the 3 winners, in 3rd and 4th place, Colin Williams and Mamae Taurua, both suffered their only loss of the day to the Morris combination.


Despite the order at the top of the table changing throughout Day 2, when the dust settled, the top 4 places remained unchanged. The Pt Chevalier team of Kevin Morris (S), Graham Edwards (2) and Jo McKenna (L) had only one blemish to their scoreboard when they were beaten in the 6th round by Kolani “Dollar” Moata, Judie Tihi and Nogi Lepa.


Nipping on their heals in 2nd place, with 5 ½ wins from 7 games, was Howick’s Neil Fisher (S), Bryan Chapman (2) and Les Brown (L). In a day of mixed results, they drew their 5th round game, won their 6th to take the lead, only to lose their final game of the day and slip back to 2nd.

Third place, with 5 wins, was Pt Chevalier’s Colin Williams (S), Tessa Farley (2) and Jenny Stockford (L). They faltered in the last game of the day when they were beaten by club mates Jean-Claude Fuller (S), Nick Bell (2), John Petelo (L).

Fourth place, also with 5 wins, was New Lynn’s Mamae Taurua, Sani Fane (2) and Sanele Alo (L).

Fifth place went to the biggest movers on Day 2. Being one of only 2 unbeaten teams on the second day, helped the Dale Knight side of Gus Miller and Ian Warren climb from 12th place to 5th, finishing the weekend with 4 wins and 2 draws!

Congratulations to the winners and place-getters, and a HUGE thank you to everyone for supporting our tournament, and to Krystal and her team in the kitchen.




Big thank you to everyone who supported our Hard Luck Hams Tournament yesterday!  


Congratulations to Henry Fane who won the 'Spider' and the Organic ham donated by Cam the Mortgage Man!


Congratulations to our winners Trevor and Judi Moyle from One Tree Point and

Jenny Stockford, Pt Chevalier with 3 1/2 wins.  Trevor said they took a break from their Xmas festivities in Muriwai - not to win a ham - but to catch up with the third member of their team whom they played their junior years with. What a bonus!

Three teams came in with 3 wins apiece to claim the minor placings. Special mention to the 2x first year bowlers Stephen Campbell (Pt Chevalier) and Maxe Janssen (Belmont Park/Takapuna) who were amongst the prizes

1st place - Trevor Moyle, Judi Moyle, Jenny Stockford - One Tree Point/Pt Chevalier

2nd place - Alex Reed (S), Harry Davis, Aiden Takarua - Pt Chevalier

3rd place- Kevin Morris (S), Graham Edwards, Stephen Campbell - Pt Chevalier

4th Place - Bob Telfer, (S), John Janssen, Maxe Janssen - Takapuna/Belmont Park

'Spider' - Henry Fane- Pt Chevalier