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Biography

EDWARDS Joanna

Nationality New Zealand Flag NZL New Zealand
Birth Date 05/02/1970
Gender Women
Height (m / in) 1.81/5'11''
Weight (kg / lbs) 83/183
Events Inscribed   Lawn Bowls Women's Singles

                                  
Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
18 Mar
13:00
SLB
Green 1 / 5
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 3 Match 32
New Zealand Flag NZL  - EDWARDS Joanna 2 11 6 2 Completed
Niue Island Flag NIU  - REREITI Hina Elizabeth 1 7 9 1
21 Mar
13:00
SLB
Green 2 / 8
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 3 Match 4
New Zealand Flag NZL  - EDWARDS Joanna 1 13 5 1 Completed
Cook Islands Flag COK  - TOKORANGI Tangata Mou 2 4 9 2
22 Mar
10:00
SLB
Green 3 / 16
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 3 Match 7
New Zealand Flag NZL  - EDWARDS Joanna 1 5 11 1 Completed
Fiji Flag FIJ  - TIKOISUVA Litia 2 7 5 2
23 Mar
10:00
SLB
Green 2 / 12
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 3 Match 8
New Zealand Flag NZL  - EDWARDS Joanna 1 10 6 0 Completed
Northern Ireland Flag NIR  - JOHNSTON Margaret 2 9 7 2
23 Mar
15:30
SLB
Green 1 / 4
Women's Singles
Pool 13th-16th Groups 1 Match 79
New Zealand Flag NZL  - EDWARDS Joanna 2 10 11   Completed
Samoa Flag SAM  - MAESSEN Dolly 0 4 5  
23 Mar
19:00
SLB
Green 3 / 13
Women's Singles
Pool 13th-16th Groups 1 Match 84
Malawi Flag MAW  - HUMPHREYS Zelda 0.5 7 1   Completed
New Zealand Flag NZL  - EDWARDS Joanna 1.5 7 15  
24 Mar
10:00
SLB
Green 3 / 15
Women's Singles
Pool 13th-16th Groups 1 Match 32
Canada Flag CAN  - McELROY Lynn 1 6 9 0 Completed
New Zealand Flag NZL  - EDWARDS Joanna 2 10 7 2

Place Of Birth England
Recent Results Asia Pacific Championships (Melbourne, Australia, Nov-2005)
Bronze in the singles
Commonwealth
Games History
Manchester 2002
Gold in the pairs (Sims)
Other Jo was selected along with Val Smith and Sharon Sims to contest in the 2005 International Bowls Challenge tri-nations series held in May. The Kiwis defeated both Australia and Scotland in the three-day event.

She was a part of the women's team that placed second overall at the 2005 Asia Pacific Championships in Melbourne, Australia. Malaysia won the title by five points from the Kiwi women.

She was also the 2004 World Champion.

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