Darwin locals step out for a day on the green

Married couple Lee and Catherine Farrell have travelled all the way from Darwin to compete together in the lawn bowls at this year’s Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games.

Hickson family affair

The Hickson family are participating in their third Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games and stepped out on the green today in the mixed fours competition

Australian blind lawn bowls champion gears up for masters games debut

Australian blind lawn bowling champion Dennis Wormald will aim to continue his form and claim a gold medal when he rolls at the 2016 Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games (JPPMG) on the Gold Coast from 4 to 13 November.

Survive to play another day

Tuesday 4 November 2014 By Georgina Bayly A dramatic plane crash in early August this year, has not stopped Lawn Bowlers Robyn and Scott Beaumont from having a roll this week at the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games. The pair …

Lawn bowlers green with envy over star-studded foursome

Two lifelong friends, an Australian champion and an enthusiastic stud have banned together to claim the underdog position at this year’s mixed fours lawn bowls. The team may have a unique origin, but the foursome is causing a stir at the lawn bowls competition.

Keeping it in the family at lawn bowls

Today’s mixed fours competition at the lawn bowls is a family affair for the Hickson family. Stephen and Karen Hickson have travelled up from Melbourne for their second Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games to participate in lawn bowls with Stephen’s parents Peter and Ray Hickson.

Former softballers bowled over by name change

Geelong’s Soft Bowlers have been renamed The Virgins by their fellow competitors at the Pan Pacific Masters Games lawn bowls competition at the Southport Bowls Club. Former Masters softball teammates Jan Crotty, Wendy Gray, Sheryl Gray (no relation) and Kaye …