Aucklander Rodney Mills won the singles title.
It has been Wacky Wednesday today at the National Indoor Bowls Championship being played out in New Plymouth this week.
More than 500 bowlers from around the country have descended on New Plymouth to compete across four disciplines at the sport’s blue ribbon event.
Former New Zealand representative Grant Rayner said indoor bowls – which was played on a mat 1.8 metres wide by about 7 metres long – was a more precise version of its outdoor cousin.
Former international bowler Grant Rayner. Simon Poppleton aka the Joker.
Taranaki’s Andrew Smith was up against the Joker and his super hero team mates.
Poppy’s team mate Rodney Mills, who was clad as Superman, took home his first national title in singles on Sunday.
Aucklander Nikita Blair’s team also got into the spirit of Wacky Wednesday.
The National Indoor Bowls Championship wraps up on Saturday.