Nationals Wrap Up
What a fortnight it has been for our New South Wales bowlers at the 2022 Nationals! Starting with the KENO NSW Para-Blues back in late September right through to the Australian Championships in mid-October, the New South Wales representatives finished with a staggering NINETEEN medals across all events.
Equally as impressive is that medals were won in five of the six major events at the Nationals – the Multi-Disability Championships, the Australian Champion of Champions, the Australian U18 Championships, the Australian Sides Championships and the Australian Championships.
Bowls NSW congratulates the following players, teams and sides finishing with medals from the 2022 Nationals.
GOLD – Jo Hunter & Michelle Campbell (Women’s Pairs B5 – B8)
SILVER – Michael Vassallo & Geoff Seton (Men’s Pairs B5 – B6)
SILVER – KENO NSW Para-Blues (Overall)
BRONZE – Geoff Seton (Men’s Singles B5 – B6)
Champion of Champions
GOLD – Karen Murphy (Women’s Singles)
GOLD – Jono Davis (Men’s Singles)
Australian U18 Championships
GOLD – Joey Clarke (Boy’s Singles)
GOLD – Reese Finn-Young (Girl’s Singles)
SILVER – Lachlan Thompson & Joey Clarke (Boy’s Pairs)
BRONZE – Chanel Chakouch, Reese Finn-Young, Katie Astley (Girl’s Triples)
Australian Sides Championships
GOLD – KENO NSW Blues Women’s Open Side (Marj Morris Trophy)
GOLD – KENO NSW Blues (Overall)
SILVER – KENO NSW Blues Men’s Open Side
GOLD – Jack McShane & Shawn Thompson (Men’s Pairs)
GOLD – Sam Ferguson & Anne Johns (Women’s Pairs)
SILVER – Claire Kelly & Shannon White (Mixed Pairs)
SILVER – Jamie-Lee Worsnop, Ellen Ryan & Karen Murphy (Women’s Triples)
SILVER – Jack McShane, Michael Clarke, Peter Harry & Shawn Thompson (Men’s Fours)
BRONZE – Sarah Boddington (Women’s Singles)
All representatives have done themselves, their club and their State proud, and we cannot wait for the next Nationals in 2023!