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The high-flying women’s four and men’s pair look to have struck a rich vein of form as their bowls events head towards the play-off stages.

The men’s pair of Blake Signal and Shannon McIlroy remain unbeaten after dispatching of the Cook Islands 26-12 and Fiji 18-11 today.

The women’s four – Tayla Bruce, Val smith, Katelyn Inch and Mandy Boyd – also had two wins to maintain their unbeaten record. They beat Zambia 21-8 and were even more dominant against Norfolk Island, winning 28-5.

However, there were some setbacks for other New Zealand teams in the afternoon sessions.

In the mixed  B2/B3, the New Zealand team of David Stallard, Peter Blick, Sue Curran and Ann Muir went down 14-12 to South Africa. And the Open B6/B7/B8 triple of Bruce Wakefield, Barry Wynks and Mark Noble were pipped 13-12 by England.

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games David Stallard Peter Blick Sue Curran Ann Muir Shannon McIlroy Blake Signal Tayla Bruce Val Smith Katelyn Inch Mandy Boyd Bruce Wakefield Barry Wynks Mark Noble Lawn Bowls
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