Bowling Club Members

Hastings Bowling Club members


Bowls teams

1 – Valda Colwill second from left in front row at Rotorua

2 – Valda Colwill centre back

Bowls Match 1938

Bowling Singles Final of the Hawke’s Bay singles championship between J McLennan (Bluff Hill) on the right and WJ Bennett (Hastings) on the left, 29 March 1938

Mr McLennan won.

Bowls Men

Men bowls players

Bowls Team

East Coast bowling centre champion fours

Bowls Team 1938

Burton Trophy winners played a match on the Kahutia green in Gisborne – G Williams, W Riddell, AWE Bragg and H Gill, 9 May 1938

Bowls Team 1939

A group of women bowlers from Gisborne and Port Ahuriri, 1939

Back row left to right – H Hansen, A Hardaker, M Crawford, FD Logan (Secretary, Port Ahuriri), RU McCarthy, H Batchelor and W Sinclair

Front row – J. Mackay, RP Northe, O Dunlop, C Corlet, H McLaughlan, L Davy (Secretary and treasurer, Gisborne), G Stanford and D Krey

Bowls Team 1945

Four men with Dominion of New Zealand bowls, 1945

Second from right: Mr JA Engebretsen, Headmaster at Mahora School, who lived in Queen Street, Hastings

Bowls Women

Women bowls players

East Coast Women's Bowling Club


AGM – Annual General Meeting
Asscn – Association
BC – Bowling Club
ECWBC – East Coast Women’s Bowling Centre
HB – Hawke’s Bay
HBWBA – Hawke’s Bay Women’s Bowling Association
IWBB – International Women’s Bowling Board
NZ – New Zealand
NZBA – New Zealand Bowling Association
NZWBA – New Zealand Women’s Bowling Association
NZWBUA – New Zealand Women’s Bowling Umpires’ Association
R/U –

Heretaunga Bowling Club

Heretaunga Bowling Club members

Heretaunga Bowling Team

Heretaunga women’s bowling team, with trophy

Kia Toa Bowling Team 1941

Kia Toa men’s bowling team, HBBC (Hawke’s Bay Bowling Club) Championship, 1941

Stan Small

Stan Small, Hawke’s Bay Bowling Club President, with medals

Waikato-Thames Valley Touring Party
World Bowls Championships
Life Member, Hastings Bowling Club
Past President, Hastings Bowling Club
Handicap PRS
CH Fours 1978-80