Bowls

  • Colac Herald Sports Mash

    Colac Herald sports journalists Ben Martin and Alex Baird cover the latest results in Colac district cricket, tennis and bowls, and the success of a Colac-trained racehorse at the Dunkeld Cup. Buy the latest Colac Herald print edition for full coverage and scoreboards of Colac and district sport. The Herald is available at more than […]

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  • Colac Herald Sports Mash at Central Reserve

    Colac Herald sports journalists Ben Martin and Alex Baird cover the latest rounds of Colac district cricket, tennis, basketball and lawn bowls and campaign for funding at Colac’s Central Reserve. Buy the latest Colac Herald print edition for full coverage and scoreboards of Colac and district sport. The Herald is available at more than 50 […]

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  • Colac Herald Sports Mash

    Colac Herald sports journalists Ben Martin and Alex Baird cover the latest rounds of Colac district cricket, tennis, and bowls. Buy the latest Colac Herald print edition for full coverage and scoreboards of Colac and district sport. The Herald is available at more than 50 outlets across the region. Click here for store details.

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  • Central bowlers bounce back

    CENTRAL has bounced back from a loss to Cobden last round, to claim its second scalp in three weeks.

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  • Confidence-boosting win for Central bowlers

    CENTRAL has handed reigning Midweek Pennant Bowls premier Colac its first loss of the season, with a nail-biting three-shot victory.

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  • Cobden bowlers upset Central

    COBDEN has downed an in-form Central team to record its first win of the Corangamite bowls season.

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  • Colac Herald Sports Mash

    Colac Herald sports journalists Ben Martin and Alex Baird cover the latest rounds of Colac district cricket, tennis, and bowls.

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  • Colac Herald Sports Mash

    Colac Herald sports journalists Ben Martin and Alex Baird cover the opening rounds of Colac district cricket and tennis, as well as Corangamite bowls’ second round.

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