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Karen Murphy, Australian silver medallist in Manchester 2002.

Largest Bowls contingent ever

09 Mar 06 06:30
The Melbourne 2006 Lawn Bowls competition is the biggest of any Games, with 26 nations represented by 261 athletes.
Brunei's Crown Princess Sarah holds the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton on the steps of the Sultan's mosque, Bandar Seri Begawan.

Brunei bowlers seek medals

23 Feb 06 04:30
Brunei’s hopes for breaking their Commonwealth medal drought will rest on their Lawn Bowls challenge in Melbourne.
Richard Girvan at the 2005 New Zealand Bowls Champs in Auckland.

New Zealand wins Tri Nations cup

03 Feb 06 01:39
The New Zealand Lawn Bowls team has added the Tri Nations Cup to the Trans-Tasman Trophy, announcing themselves as the number one contenders for the Games.
Siti Zalina Ahmad of Malaysia during the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester.

Cup to test Commonwealth bowlers

27 Jan 06 03:42
The Cup will pit Australia against Commonwealth rivals New Zealand and Malaysia, and will give the teams a test run at the State Lawn Bowls Centre, the venue for the Games competition.

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