Tony Grantham

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Tony Grantham
Personal information
Nationality New Zealand
Born (1972-12-30) 30 December 1972 (age 46)
Whanganui
Sport
SportLawn bowls
ClubBirkenhead BC

Tony Grantham (born 30 December 1972) is a New Zealand international lawn and indoor bowler.[1]

Bowls career[edit]

Grantham from Whanganui, in New Zealand won the New Zealand national championship which qualified him to play in the 2007 World Singles Champion of Champions event. He won the gold medal in the event beating Will James of Swaziland in the final.[2]

He then won a bronze medal in the triples at the 2012 World Outdoor Bowls Championship in Adelaide.[3]

Grantham also competed for New Zealand at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.[4]

He won the 2007 singles title, 2013/14 pairs and 2013/14 fours title at the New Zealand National Bowls Championships when bowling for the Birkenhead Bowls Club.[5]

Personal life[edit]

His partner is fellow bowls international Leanne Chinery of Canada.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tony Grantham". Commonwealth Games Federation.
  2. ^ a b "Bowls: Grantham taking no chances now". Otago Daily Times.
  3. ^ "World Championship Recap". ilawn bowls.
  4. ^ "COMMONWEALTH GAMES MEDALLISTS - BOWLS". GRB Athletics.
  5. ^ "New Zealand Championships". Bowls Tawa.