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Women sport news - Bowls' richest event set for transformation
The Southern Hemisphere's most lucrative bowls' event, the traditionally coveted $140,000 Australian Open will undergo a significant transformation in 2014.
Women sport news - NSW win title at The Australian Sides Championships.
New South Wales have capped off a stellar Australian Sides Championships in Bendigo today, finishing the time-honoured tournament in pole position and claiming the overall honours.
Women sport news - Cottrell in the mix for athlete of the decade
World champion Kelsey Cottrell is among a handful of contestants in the running to be named the Sunshine Coast athlete of the decade.
Women sport news - Golden girls close in on another AO trophy
Recently crowned World Championships pairs gold medallist Kelsey Cottrell and Jackaroo captain Lynsey Armitage have booked themselves a berth in the women’s pairs final of the $136,000 Australian Open, after being pushed to near breaking point in today’s semi-final.
02. December Bowls4528

Frustrating day for Jackaroo women

Australia's queens of the green have endured a frustrating afternoon at the World Championships in Adelaide taking home only one victory from four matches today while their male counterparts managed to claim three victories of their own.
31. October Bowls2825

Champions shine on the national stage

Australian vice-captain Karen Murphy and her 18-year-old national teammate Dylan Fisher will be given a further opportunity to pull on the green and gold uniform next year after claiming the National Champion of Champions singles crowns in Queanbeyan.
26. October Bowls3184

Australian Bowls-Murphy chases unique double

Australian vice-captain Karen Murphy has enjoyed stellar run at the National Champion of Champions in Queanbeyan today, remaining undefeated in both the singles and pairs and within reach of a unique double.
20. September Bowls3037

Fairytale finish for Jackaroos at Trans Tasman

Australia has enjoyed a fairytale finish at the Trans Tasman in Adelaide today, with a stranglehold on the final test's proceedings securing the host nation the women's title and the overall trophy.
19. August Bowls3678

Australian Karen Murphy favourite for Indoor Bowls Championship

World number four Karen Murphy will enter this year’s Australian Indoor Championships as the pre-tournament favourite but faces a cluster of contenders en route to her fifth title.
19. June Bowls3158

RUS - Myasoedova, Sokolovskaya shown the door

MOSCOW (Olympics) - Russia have cut two more players after splitting their two-game friendly series with Australia.
10. May Bowls3199

Six of the best in the Festival City

The up-coming SA International Series at Holdfast Bay in Adelaide next week commences a frenetic eight-month period of lawn bowls that will place the city firmly on the world stage.
24. April Bowls2901

Victoria bowl over defending champions

Victoria has caused a major boil over at the Australian Sides Championships by accounting for reigning champions Queensland.
19. April Bowls3517

New South Wales dominant performance at the Super 6 series

Australian female bowler of the year Natasha Van Eldik and world number four Karen Murphy claimed the women's pairs silverware with a comfortable 21-10 win
04. April Bowls3154

Merrien wins The World Cup

In the women’s event, Guernsey's Alison Merrien caused an upset in the final showdown by defeating three-time reigning champion Jo Edwards, from New Zealand. photo Australian Bowls
22. February Bowls3034

Déjà vu at the Australian Open

Defending champions Kelsey Cottrell, Anne Johns and Lynsey Armitage have tonight become the first team to reclaim their title at the Australian Open since the events inception. photo Australian Bowls
20. February Bowls3964

Triumphs and tribulations at the AO

The second round of the women’s pairs draw at the $125,000 Australian Open had all the classic tales and suspense of a Hollywood blockbuster.
20. February Bowls2590

Van Eldik claims top honour

Raymond Terrace young gun Natasha Van Eldik has been crowned Australian Female Bowler of the Year following a stellar 12 months on the greens.
15. February Bowls3137

A lawn bowls revolution is coming

Prepare to be blown away with adrenaline fuelled hits and lightening quick action as a new format of lawn bowls revolutionises the game as we know it.
11. February Bowls2948

Bowls' ultimate battleground

The biggest event on the lawn bowls national calendar, the 2012 Australian Open, is set to become a battleground for bowls glory next week at the Darebin International Sports Centre. photo Bowls Australia
02. February Bowls2928

Teen Rivals Tee Off at Gold Coast RACV Australian Ladies Masters

It will be a battle of the teens at this week's Gold Coast RACV Australian Ladies Masters in Queensland when two of the world's hottest young prospects play together for the opening two rounds in the first Ladies European Tour event of the year.
18. January Bowls2899

Australian squad unveiled for new year

With their sights focused firmly on this year's World Championships Bowls Australia has today announced its national squad for 2012.
08. December Bowls2833

Day 9 highlights Asia Pacific Championships

The final matches have been decided in the fours and blue-ribbon singles at the Asia Pacific Championships, with great news for the host nation.
07. December Bowls3085

Day 8 round up Asia Pacific Championships

This morning's games saw the remaining rounds of the women's singles, women's fours. photo Australian Bowls
06. December Bowls2755

Day 7 highlights Asia Pacific Open

Host nation Australia didn't start the day too well today with a couple of losses. Kelsey Cottrell was no match for Fiji's Litia Tikosuva who won the game 21-13. The game was pretty much Litia's all the way with Kelsey having a lull and failing to score in ends 8-14 inclusive.
06. December Bowls2749

Picking up at the pace at the Asia Pacific Championships

Australia has rebounded strongly from this morning’s shock defeats at the Asia Pacific Championships and remain in contention to advance directly to the semi-finals across the board. photo Australianbowls
03. December Bowls3113

Asia Pacific Championships

Australia's dominance at the Asia Pacific Championships has continued this morning, claiming another three wins from as many starts. photo Australian bowls
01. December Bowls2973

Day 2 Asia Pacific Championships

Australia has enjoyed a prosperous afternoon on the second day of the 2011 Asia Pacific Championships in Adelaide with four victories from as many starts across all disciplines. photo Bowls Australia
24. November Bowls2979

Aussie set to bowl over the Asia Pacific

Adelaide is set to host the Asia Pacific Bowls Championships from 30th November - 11 December and with a star studded team with an average age younger than that of the Australian Cricket Team the host country will be hard to beat.
30. October Bowls2927

Richards, Van Eldik and Agar win World titles

In the women’s singles, NSW’s Jan Agar prevailed against Australian Captain Lynsey Armitage who represents arch rival Queensland, in the tie-break to also cement her position at the world tournament. NSW’s Kelly Richards and Natasha Van Eldik put the finishing touches on a near perfect week after triumphing in the women’s pairs final to capture this year’s crown.
29. October Bowls3203

National Champion of Champions

In the women's singles, the battle for pool one when right down to the wire with Australian captain Lynsey Armitage triumphing over local Western Australia hope Noelene Dutton in straight sets, but by the slimmest of margins 7-6, 7-6.