We're excited to have Sean join us as Ambassador for the second New Zealand Masters Games.
Inducted into the Whanganui Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.
Former world lawn bowls silver and bronze medal winner Sean Johnson has the distinction of having played in 99 tests for New Zealand.
Sean was Whanganui Sportsperson of the Year in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004.
Sean was a New Zealand under-30 representative against Australia (1998-2000), played in the Millennium singles in Scotland in 2000, in the Northwest test series in England in 2001, was a trans-Tasman representative against Australia between 2001 and 2004, and represented New Zealand at the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games.
National triumphs include winning the open pairs with Chris Waterson in 2000 and the national club triples in 2004. He was in Whanganui’s winning national junior team for the John Flett Trophy in 1993, in the champion Whanganui Super 8 team in 1999 and has won 18 open titles and 23 Aramoho club championships.