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Biography

RIGBY Maria

Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 21/04/1962
Gender Women
Height (m / in) 1.55/5'1''
Weight (kg / lbs) 65/143
Events Inscribed   Lawn Bowls Women's Singles

                        
Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
18 Mar
13:00
SLB
Green 3 / 13
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 2 Match 36
Australia Flag AUS  - RIGBY Maria 1.5 7 7   Completed
Norfolk Island Flag NFI  - SANCHEZ Essie 0.5 3 7  
21 Mar
13:00
SLB
Green 1 / 2
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 2 Match 1
Australia Flag AUS  - RIGBY Maria 2 10 11   Completed
Canada Flag CAN  - McELROY Lynn 0 4 3  
22 Mar
10:00
SLB
Green 3 / 14
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 2 Match 6
Australia Flag AUS  - RIGBY Maria 2 7 16 2 Completed
Wales Flag WAL  - MORGAN Elizabeth 1 9 2 0
23 Mar
10:00
SLB
Green 2 / 11
Women's Singles
Preliminary Groups 2 Match 7
Australia Flag AUS  - RIGBY Maria 1 9 8 0 Completed
Jersey Flag JER  - BISSON Karina Anna 2 6 9 2
23 Mar
15:30
SLB
Green 2 / 9
Women's Singles
Quarterfinals Match 40
Australia Flag AUS  - RIGBY Maria 1 3 10 1 Completed
Northern Ireland Flag NIR  - JOHNSTON Margaret 2 11 4 2

Place Of Birth Papua New Guinea
Residence Wynnum, Australia
Marital Status Separated
Occupation Housewife
International Debut November 2003 (Asia Pacific Bowls Championship)
Influential Person Neville Wood-Bradley
Recent Results Moama Grand Prix 2005, Australia
Pairs (Jeffery) - defeated in second round
Triples (Tucker, Jeffery) - defeated in first round
Commonwealth
Games History
has not competed
Other Maria collected a bronze medal in the Fours at her international debut competition.

A former winner of the Queensland State singles title, she also enjoyed success as part of the Queensland team that won the 2005 National Round Robin. At the Australian Open 2005 she skipped the pairs combination that won the title.

She made her international singles debut at the 2005 Trans Tasman Test Series and beat New Zealand's Jo Edwards five times out of the six games played.

She recently won the Golden Nugget Prestige Invitation Singles, and the singles crown at the Australian Indoor Championships.

She played lead in the pairs at the 2004 Women's World Bowls Championships and came away with a bronze medal.

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