Six shots on the last two ends were enough to propel her past her rival.
David Motu wants to follow in mum Mea's sporting footsteps.
The win is New Zealand's third bronze of this year's Birmingham Games.
The NZ women had their gold-medal hopes dashed in the last end against India in the semis.
Two NZ teams will now play for bronze medals, after they were run down by their opponents.
Dean Robertson can't compete at Birmingham - but he can now see his grandchild.
Val Smith has been selected for her fifth Commonwealth Games as part of a 10-person team.
The former world champion has represented New Zealand at two previous Games - Victoria 1994 and Melbourne 2006.
Forsyth is reigning world fours champion, dating back to 2016.
Lawn bowls was not held at Kingston 1966, due to a lack of available greens.
McIlroy is the reigning (2016) men's world singles champion.
Smith will contest her fifth Commonwealth Games, after debuting at Melbourne 2006.
Liam Hill is making waves in the sport, despite his tender age.
Twelve-year-old Liam Hill has made headlines around the country as one of our top lawn bowls players.
Jo Edwards has called time on her record-breaking career.
The sport faces massive financial losses, if greenkeepers can't do their jobs soon.
Alex 'Grizz' Wyllie will represent Woodend Jets in the Bowls3Five league.
As more and more older New Zealanders look to keep active, there are more and more ways they can keep mentally and physically fit.