27 Dec 2009

Men's four not worrying about match-fixing case

10:01 am on 27 December 2009

The New Zealand men's four are concentrating on their game rather than the pending verdict in the match-fixing case against them.

The four faced the judiciary earlier this month after they were accused of throwing a match against Thailand at the Asia Pacific Champs in August.

One of the four, Gary Lawson, maintains the case won't stop them competing in next week's national lawn bowls championship, starting in Lower Hutt on Monday.