Just 2018 World Indoor Championship

Wayne Willgress, potters wildcard, into the quarter finals of the world open singles

The last match of the second round took to the portable rink here at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Open Singles Championships and it was Scottish Ace, Ranked at No. 7 in the WBT World Indoor Rankings up against the Potters Resort wildcard, local PBA member Wayne Willgress. Willgress had earned his

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Harlow into the quarter finals

In the second round of the World Open Singles it was PBA Qualifier Scott Edwards going in to face the local hero of World Ranked No. 1, Greg Harlow. Another match with top quality bowls and shots being produced Edwards was just about holding his own against a vastly more experienced player in Harlow and

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Paxton makes the quarter finals in the World Indoor Open Singles

First match here today on Thursday 25th January 2018 was Leicester’s dynamic Les ‘Razor’ Gillett, ranked at No 11 in the World on the WBT list up against World Ranked No. 6, Robert Paxton. The first set it was Paxton that got off to a decent start taking a triple and a single in the

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Field makes it on a measure into the Ladies Singles Final

Final match here in the International Arena was the second semi final of the Ladies World Indoor Singles between Lancaster’s Janice Gower and Norwich’s Rebecca Field, both England Internationals and in the top 3 of the Professional Bowls Associations Ladies. Set one commenced and it was a tight match in the opening rounds as both

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Katherine Rednall make the Ladies indoor World Singles final

The first of the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Ladies Singles semi finals was up next with Katherine Rednall from Ipswich was up against Scotland’s Lesley Doig. Rednall was 4,2 up by the end of the fourth and she was playing with deadly accuracy, her bowls nailing the jack and leaving Doig with nothing to go

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the welsh wizard, jason greenslade, into the quarter finals of the open singles

First match of the afternoon was Paul Foster from Scotland up against the Wizard from Wales, Jason Greenslade. Into the first set and it was Greenslade that got off to a cracking start as he opened up with two triples and it was as if the Greenslade from his Wizaed year s had come back,

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The king draws his way into the quarter finals

The ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Open Singles Championship at Potters Resort kicked off this morning with a second round match between Norfolk’s legendary Mervyn King and Cambridge star Nick Brett, both of whom were looking for a win here this morning. Into the first round and the battle commenced between these two exponents of the

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New Zealand’s Andrew Kelly is ‘royally’ dispatched

Last match of the day saw England’s Mark Royal facing up to New Zealand’s Andrew Kelly. Kelly had come through the first round after beating Alex Marshall MBE in a good match and hoped his form would hold out for the second round match. Royal knew he had to play well to beat this New

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Greenslade makes a run for the last berth in the second round of the singles

Final match of the day here at Potters resort was the last of the first round Open Singles matches between Wales’s Jason Greenslade and Qualifier from Falkirk, Scotland’s Robert Gordon. A determined Greenslade stepped onto the portable rink with a will to win as he needed to win this match to gain ranking points to

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defending champion, paul foster, makes the second round

Last match of the afternoon was a first round singles match between the Reigning Champion, Paul Foster MBE, and Professional Bowls Association qualifier from Bromley, Lea Blackham. Blackham came out the blocks hard and fast and played superb bowls against Foster. It was not the usual Foster as he struggled to get started and Blackham

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