The annual subscription is $180 for existing bowlers, $100 for first year/beginner bowlers and $50 for students and honorary members. Application forms for Outdoor Bowls are available at the Bowls pavilion or in the foyer of the club.
Facilities are of the highest standard with the greens being used daily between late Sept and early April.
We have a full bowling programme scheduled during the playing season - Interclub, club and open tournaments, Men’s and Women’s Championships plus roll ups for the non-competitive bowlers on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
New Member enquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
To view the Interclub Competition Draw Click HERE
The Indoor Bowls Section meets each Monday evening in the Club Meeting Rooms with activities starting at 7-30 pm.
All new members welcome.
Our season runs from early March until late September and we have home and away visits with other clubs. Members can enter in competitions arranged by the Canterbury Indoor Bowls Association and/or the Chartered Clubs Association. We also have a regular Ladies tournament played at Kaiapoi Club on the last Thursday of each month April – September inclusive. Club nights are a mix of various types of competitions with teams being drawn from members present on the night.
Season subscriptions are $45 for members who do not wish to be affiliated with the Canterbury Indoor Bowls Assn. (CIBA) or $65 for affiliated players. Members are requested to assist with clearing away mats and bowls at the end of each evening.
Subscription is $10 a year and new members are always welcome. We send players to four Club NZ tournaments each year. National Crib and National Euchre. South Island Crib and South Island Euchre (Steinlager). Interclub runs from 9th May to end of August each year (approx).
Monday afternoon 1:15pm - 3:15pm - Flag 500.
Tuesday afternoon 1pm - 3:15pm - Crib
Wednesday afternoon 1:15pm - 3:15pm - Euchre
Everyone can play darts, so why not join our friendly and social section? We are always on the lookout for new members to play social darts or to join one of our many teams and play Interclub Competition. We currently have 9 teams covering all grades of ability from beginners through to the best. All email correspondence to email@example.com
The Fishing section is a group of like-minded individuals who participate in various styles of fishing. Throughout the year we take part in a variety of competitive and social trips, two of which are set aside as ‘family’ trips. If you want to find out more about the section, please contact our president or come along to one of our meetings which are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm.
The Golf Section has a Sunday Tournament
every month of the year except January.
Visitors are more than welcome to join us at
any of the tournaments. Green fees are kept
to a minimum, being only $15 and the
subscription to join the Golf Section is $10 yearly.
We cater for Golfers of all abilities, with
divisions from those on single figure handicaps
right through to intermediates, juniors, ladies
and a separate non-handicapped division.
Don’t forget the first law of Golf
- No matter how bad your last shot was,
the worst is yet to come. This law does not
expire on the 18th hole, since it has the
supernatural tendency to extend over the
course of a tournament, a summer and,
eventually, a lifetime. AGM date to be advised.
Papanui Paraders Leisure Marching Team was established in 2001. At present the team has 12 members but at times has had as many as 16 with many having been part of the team for over 5 years. As one team member said, she ‘joined marching to see NZ' and this has certainly happened with the team now entering events from Invercargill to Auckland & many places in-between. Fun, fitness and friendship is the motto for Leisure Marching and this is surely followed by much fun and many friendships made when the team has travelled. Fitness is taken care of with practice being held on Tuesdays at either Tullet Park or in the Bowling Club rooms.
View the team’s latest march in Invercargill - March 16
The Leisure Time Section was established in 1986 and now has a membership of 80+ club members. The elected committee endeavours to put together a programme which offers a mix of guest speakers (covering a variety of interesting topics) and also subsidised coach trips to those ‘hidden’ places of interest throughout the Canterbury region - often including morning/afternoon tea or lunch. Our mid-winter and end-of-year lunches are always popular and very well supported. All Papanui club members are welcome to join.
Merlins Netball have been part of The Papanui Club for 8 years. We have senior social teams, junior
teams starting at under 11 and competitive teams in 2nd grade. We are the only netball
club in the area and our junior teams practice at Isleworth School. Visit our Facebook page for
more details: facebook.com/MerlinsNetball/
The Committee and members of the
SeniorNet North-West Christchurch (Inc) a
section of the Papanui Club Inc invite you to
view our new and exciting website created
by our members.
The walking section caters for any member of The Papanui Club who likes meeting people and keeping fit in a friendly environment. We walk on Monday and Wednesday evening meeting at the club at 7pm by the main entrance. The Sunday walk is a little longer and during the cooler months once daylight savings finishes we meet at 9:30am in Glasnevin Dr by the angle parking beside the park. We then car pool to where we are walking from. During the summer months we meet at 9am. Once a year we have a walking trip away.
Welcome everyone to Wine and Food 2021
We meet on the 2nd Monday night each month at 7.00 pm in the club bar. To belong to our section you need to be a member of the Papanui Club and then to join the Wine and Food Section it is $10 per person per year. Our format is one month a wine evening and the next month a food evening. We have been running for 10 years later this year which is quite astounding as we are still finding new wines and food to taste. We also still have many founding members attending each month as well. Even our committee has had hardly any changes!
Again we have had an unusual start to our year with the New Zealand Bowls tournament being held in the club in February, which meant with the buffet running each evening while it was on we were not able to access the club bar for our meeting.
We had our first evening for the year last Monday night with Jo coming from Pelorus Gold honey. This was a successful night with lots of honey sold and Jo is happy to take more orders once you finish what you have.
We took 2 busloads of members to Waipara Springs for our Christmas luncheon and the weather certainly played its part that day. They put on a lovely buffet lunch and Evana bought her ukulele and went around entertaining us while we tasted the great wines that they have.
We were meant to head to the North Canterbury Wine and Food festival in March but due to Covid that was postponed until next year which was a disappointment but understandable.
Our events for this year:
12.04.21 - Wines of the World
10.05.21 - Wairiri Buffalo cheese
14.06.21 - Tupari Wines
12.07.21 - What a Surprise! A fun evening with surprise tastings!
09.08.21 - Framingham Wines
13.09.21 - Two Raw Sisters
11.10.21 - Wine
08.11.21 - Hemp tasting
12.12.21 - Christmas function