EVENT: Lawn Bowls: Para B6-B8 Men's Pair

Birmingham 2022 will be the third Commonwealth Games for Mark Noble.

Noble is now into his 45th season of playing lawn bowls, and like many bowlers, took up the sport due to his parents love for the game.

Domiciled in Palmerston North, he will be contesting the para mens B6-B8 pairs at the Commonwealth Games with Graham Skellern.

Having won a silver medal at both the 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games, he will be looking to go one better at this year's event and return home with gold.

Noble is coached by former world champion and clubmate Sharon Sims.

Off the green mark is prominent in the chess world, being the only correspondence chess grandmaster in New Zealand.


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Mark's Games History

  • Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022

    • Lawn Bowls (Para-Sport B6/B7/B8 Pairs - Men)
      Bronze Medal Match 4-13
      Semi-Final - Match 1 10-18
      Section A - Round 5 - Match 18 5-25
      Section A - Round 4 - Match 13 17-7
      Section A - Round 3 - Match 11 20-12
      Section A - Round 2 - Match 6 11-19
      Section A - Round 1 - Match 3 7-17
      Placed 4 of 6
  • Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018

    • Lawn Bowls (Para-Sport B6/B7/B8 Triples - Open)
      Gold Medal Match 13-14
      Round 5 11-16
      Round 2 12-13
      Round 3 17-9
      Round 1 26-5
      Semi Final 18-11
      Round 4 19-11
      2
  • Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014

    • Lawn Bowls (Para-Sport B6/B7/B8 Triples - Open)
      Gold Medal Match 11-13
      Semi-finals 13-9
      Sec. A, R3, Match 1 10-10
      Sec. A, R1, Match 2 11-8
      2