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Welcome to the website of Pétanque Wellington. On these pages you will find information regarding the game of Pétanque, also known as Boules or French Bowls, within the lower North Island of New Zealand.

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Upper Hutt Swiss Doubles

15 January 2018

The entry form for the Upper Hutt Swiss Doubles (11 March 2018) is now available.

Khandallah Mixed Doubles

14 January 2018

2018 Khandallah Mixed Doubles participants

Fifteen teams took part in the Khandallah Mixed Doubles.

After a week of wet weather, Saturday dawned fine and calm. More »

PNZ National Doubles Championship

5 January 2018

The video of the 2017 PNZ National Doubles Championship final at Kapiti is on the Wellington Pétanque YouTube channel.

WBS Open Triples

2 January 2018

The entry form for the WBS Open Triples at Masterton (24-25 February 2018) is now available.

Oceania Championship

28 December 2017

The video of the 2017 Oceania Championship Men’s Doubles Quarter-final match between NZ (Adelys Tarauni/Georgio Vakauta) and Tahiti (Kevin Bocahut/Damas Make) is on the Wellington Pétanque YouTube channel.

Representative Team

28 December 2017

Eleven players and one coach from the Wellington region will be involved in the 2018 Trans Tasman match in Tauranga next March. More »

Champion of Champions Doubles

23 December 2017

A belated congratulations to Moises Burgos and Dave Gwerder (Upper Hutt) who won the Champion of Champions Doubles at Otaki.

Final results

WPA Open Triples

10 December 2017

Christine, Claire and Annick

Twenty-one teams took part in the fifteenth annual WPA Open Triples. After three years at Manawatu, the Triples returned to Otaki for the second time.

The morning saw the teams play 4 games (snake/random draw) to determine rankings for the afternoon knockout sections. Games were 50 minutes, plus 1 end, which meant that you had to get going right from the outset.

In the afternoon, the top 8 teams played in the Trophy, the next 8 in the Plate and the final 5 in the Bowl.

The Trophy final was won by Annick Le Guen, Chrsitine Strichen and Claire Wilson 13-8 against Grant Bray, Pete Hamilton and Michael Rocks.

The Plate was won by Trish Biddle-Amoroa, Shirley Madgewick and Richard Turfrey 13-5 over Steve Frampton, Shirley MacDonald and Graeme Morris.

Yvonne Futcher, Dave Gatchell and Ann Hogg won the Bowl 13-4 against Don Fraser, Shirley Fraser and Lynne O’Connor.

Final results

Jacques Cochonnet Trophy Challenge

4 December 2017

Kapiti’s second defence was at home to Hataitai. Like the previous match Kapiti started strongly winning all three first round games.

In the second round, Kapiti won two of the three games to retain the Trophy. In the third round, Hataitai won two games to close the gap. The final score was Kapiti 6, Hatitai 3.

This was the final match in Round 24. A new draw will made at the next WPA Committee Meeting on 8 February 2018.

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Super Seniors Mêlée

1 December 2017

What a great day this was. There were 32 players taking part and I believe everyone would agree it was very enjoyable. More »