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King defies Harlows 3 times try

The recent “King” of the Co-op Funeralcare Scottish International Open here at the Dewars Centre in Perth, World No 1 Greg Harlow, met his match today in his good friend Mervyn King. King who had impressed in his first game back on the first day of the tournament played immaculate bowls which left Harlow playing difficult runners to

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defending champion harlow survives first round

Here at the Dewars Centre in the Co-op Funeralcare Scottish International Open the opening match this morning on a frosty Monday was between England’s Greg Harlow, the defending champion and Neil Furman from the USA. It took Furman quite a while to settle into the match and the first set went to Harlow without any

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Anderson completes the line up for the semi final’s at Blackpool

Quarter final 4 between England’s Greg Harlow and Scotland’s Stewart Anderson was last match of the evening . At end 3 it was 3 all, then it was Harlow that gradually pulled away from Anderson to take the set 8-5 as Harlow stuck to the longer length jack. In the second it was Anderson that

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Harlow blunts gillett’s razor going into the quarters

First match of the day in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open here at Newton Hall Holiday Park was between Greg Harlow and Les ‘ Razor’ Gillett and it was Harlow that just piled on the pressure throughout the match. It was Gillett that started out well taking a double and a single in the first

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Taylor heads back to cumbria

First match of the Co-op International Open here at Newton Hall Holiday Park this afternoon saw Potters Resort Bowls Ambassador, Greg Harlow, up against the Cumbrian Trevor Taylor in a much anticipated match. Into the first set and it was Harlow that was at the top of his form as he immediately subjected the Cumbrian

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the stage is set for the grand final at the championships. harlow v foster

There will be no new name of this year’s ‘Just.’ World Indoor Singles championship with former champions Paul Foster and Greg Harlow going head to head at Potters in Norfolk in the title decider today –  in what will be a replay of the first WBT ranking event of the season which went Harlow’s way

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All action day and it’s Scotland v England semi finals time tomorrow

Will Stewart Anderson, Greg Harlow or Paul Foster  regain the ‘Just.’ World Indoor Singles title or will Les Gillett see his name in lights for the first time?   All won through in today’s quarter finals while holder and world number 1 Nick Brett, David Gourlay, Jamie Chestney and Darren Burnett saw their challenge come

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Harlow joins the ranks in the quarters

Harlow was the first player to book his berth in the quarter finals leaving it until the very last bowl of his tiebreak match against Anglo Scot James Rippey who now lives in Halstead, Essex, and who won through from a qualifying event to seal his place in the event proper and who took his

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brett & johnston dash hopes of harlow and stanton

In the second semi, Auchinleck’s Claire Johnston teamed up with world number 1 Nick Brett and turned out to face the all English pairing of Amy Stanton and Greg Harlow.   It turned out to be a crowd thrilling semi as the two pairs slugged it out in the first set, the scores being 5

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on fire Harlow with Stanton make it through to the semi’s

In the last match of the day here at Potters Resort, Greg Harlow and Amy Stanton were up against Andy Thomson MBE and partner Janice Gower. In the all English exchange the first set saw an on form Stanton leading against Gower and it was Stanton that was able to get the better of Gower

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