Just Retirement Professional World Indoor Championships 2016

Nick Brett – Professional World Indoor Open Singles Champion 2016

World No1 Nick Brett finished off his CV of World Bowls Tour titles in fine fashion at the Just retirement World Championships 2016 at Potters resort. His opponent in the final Robert Paxton World No4. Both had come through epic Semi Final games and that seemed to have taken its toll on both players early in

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Mower is the WBT under 25 Professional World Indoor Champion 2016

The final of the World Indoor Under 25’s Singles here at Potters Resort was between Joseph Mower and Ross Owen, both of whom had battled through two tough semi finals earlier in the day. Imnto set 1 and it was Mower that got off to a great start going 5-2 up by the 5th end

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Owen meets Mower in the World Indoor Under 25 Championship final

The second semi final of the Under 25’s semi finals was between Tom Smith and Ross Owen and it was a cracking match between these two youngsters with it being Smith’s first time on such an arena he is to be complimented on how he played with camera’s, lights and action and glaring upon him.

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Paxton pips marshall for the finals

Second semi final and defending Champion Alex Marshall MBE faced Robert Paxton World No4. Both players have played well all tournament but today one would move into the World Final. First end to Paxton. Second end and Marshall was on fire, Paxton only one bowl in the head, Marshall picks it out clean and scores

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Brett grinds out gourlay into the World open singles final

First Semi Final of the Indoor World Championships 2016 and World No1 Nick Brett faced David Gourlay. First end saw World No1 Brett put two bowls in close only to see Gourlay run the jack out of the rink onto the re spot and pick up two himself. Great exhibition bowls at end two saw

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Mower blisters into the inaugural WBT World Indoor U’25 Final

In the inaugural new World Indoor Under 25’s World Indoor Championship here at Potters Resort it was Englands International, Jake Wilgress, who was up against the young Joseph Mower, International from Wales. Mower showed little nerves as he stepped out onto the portable rink and it was Mower that completely dominated the rink for the

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Gourlay enters the cast for the semi finals

Fourth quarter final of the day and World No 6 David Gourlay faced English qualifier Mathew Orrey. The opening three ends went to Gourlay with one shot an end. Then a loose opener at the fourth end let Orrey into the game and he was holding two shots till a Gourlay runner hit target but Orrey managed

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Brett fights his way into the semi-finals

The third semi final of the day pitted two very good friends against each other. Scottish International Open Champion Greg Harlow played Nick Brett World No1. The first set Brett kept his nose in front all the way, even though some of the ends were close it was the World No1 who played a superb

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Marshall at the top of his game

Defending Champion Alex Marshall MBE took to the rink in the second of the quarter finals against World Indoor Pairs winner Stuart Anderson. A game of chess followed with both Scottish men taking single counts over the first three ends of the opening set. The fourth end proved to be costly for Anderson when he

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Paxton first through to the semi finals

Quarter final one and world No4 Robert Paxton faced qualifier Jamie Chestney. Chestney had been on fire for the first two rounds t the finals, could Paxton stop him in his stride? After eight ends Paxton had managed to pull into a 6.3 lead in what was a very close encounter. Final end and Paxton

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