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Salmon takes paxton right to the edge in a nailbiter match

It was England’s Robert Paxton up against Daniel Salmon, the Professional Bowls Association qualifier from Wales in the first match of the afternoon here at Potters Resort in the first round of the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Open Singles and it proved to be a nail biting match to watch. It was the first set

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‘Razor’ Gillett slices his way through Skelton

The first match of the day here at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Championships Open Singles got off to a cracking start with the remainder of the first round matches listed for today between tow top England players, Les Gillett and Simon Skelton. Skelton was looking for a win to gain the

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King goes past McIntosh to the second round in the singles

The last here in the International Arena at Potters Resort in the ‘[email protected] 2018 World Indoor Championships was the first round singles match of World Ranked No 14, Mervyn King, and PBA Qualifier Ian McIntosh from Carlisle. King got off to a great start going 6,0 up into the 4th end. McIntosh took the next

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George Lotter – South Africa- did not get out of the blocks

Last match of the afternoon here was between World Ranked No. 2 – England’s Nick Brett and George Lotter from South Africa. Lotter took a while to grab the pace of the rink and put up a valient fight but it was Brett that took to the rink straight away and showed him a clean

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New Zealand’s Andrew Kelly into the second round of the Open Singles

Second match of the day was Scotland’s 6times World Indoor Champion, Alex Marshall MBE up against New Zealand Qualifier Andrew Kelly. Marshall took two shots on the opening end, however, it was very clear that Kelly was going to be a tough opponent as he played superbly on the next two ends to take two

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Walker has to take a royal bow out of the singles

In the first match of the day here at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Championships it was England’s Mark Royal up against Scott Walker from Australia. It took the Australian a few ends to get into the match by which time Royal had forged ahead by end four to a 5,0 lead.

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dawes in autocruise to the second round in the open singles

The final match of the day here in the International Arena at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Open Singles Championships was between Blackpool’s Mark Dawes, newest member breaking into the top 16, and Hong Kong’s qualifier CY Wong. Wong had flown over and fought his way through the tough preliminary rounds and

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gourlay whips past mccrorie in a blur

Second match Crorie was struggling to get his line and weight and was very quickly put under the cosh by Gourlay. By end five of the first set Gourlay was 5-2 up and he took another single in end six. McCrorie managed to grab a single in end seven but Gourlay shut him down in

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gales bowls out of the singles after a valient start

In the first match of the day here at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Championships it was Jamie Chestney up against Chris Gale. Gale had had a late call up as Danny Denison had damaged his leg and withdrawn from the Open Singles. The first set went Chestney’s way as Gale struggled

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harlow and brett edge past thomson and royal

The second semi final of the Pairs was between Andy Thomson MBE and Mark Royal against Greg Harlow and Nick Brett. This was an incredible match with all four players and none giving way to the other. In the first set Harlow and Brett took an early lead of 2-4 going into the 5th end

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