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Harlows defies foster and retains the Scottish title for the second year

Greg Harlow – England………..Paul Foster MBE – Scotland…..England v Scotland Final!! To the resounding sound of a piper the two gladiators took to the rink for the final of the Coop Funeralcare Scottish International Open 2016. England versus Scotland, who could and would win? Defending champion Greg Harlow has been outstanding all week but his

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on form harlow dismisses paxton and goes into the final

The first semi final of the Co-op Funeralcare Scottish International Open was an all England affair. Defending champion Greg Harlow continued the top class drawing he has produced all week to take a 7.2 lead after five ends. End six another two for Harlow and the man from Cambridge dominating every end. Paxton under pressure

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Willgress misses out in getting a semi final place to Harlow

The only qualifier to remain in the event, Wayne Willgress, had the unnerving task of facing defending champion Greg Harlow in the quarter finals. Harlow led exceptionally well in the opening set. Relentlessly placing his first two bowls close to the jack. Willgress hung in all the way though and going into the last end

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Harlow defies injury to drum out taylor

Greg Harlow’s title defence continued today with his second round game against Cumbrian Trevor Taylor. The score went Harlows way early to stand at 6.3 after six ends, Having suffered an injury during yesterdays first round encounter, Harlow, seemed to be moving a little more freely today and managed to tie the first set up 8.3.

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harlow sustains injury but pulls himself through

Defending Champion Greg Harlow made the perfect start here at the Co-op Funeralcare Scottish International Open 2016 by taking the first set of his first game without reply 11.0 against the Welsh Qualifier Damian Doubler. Billed as one of the highlight games of the first round it was expected to be a tight affair. But

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Can Harlow do the Double or will Doubler foil the champion?

The Co-op Funeralcare Scottish International Open, in Perth 5th to the 12th November at the Dewars Centre, has one of the strongest opening fields in recent history and any one of the top 16 seeds could topple at the first hurdle. One of those is World No 4 and defending champion Greg Harlow who faces

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The defending champion makes the quarters

First match of the evening here at Blackpool Newton Hall in the Co-operative Funeralcare International Open saw the defending champion, Nick Brett, play against his long time pairs partner and great friend, Greg Harlow. In set 1 it was Brett that got off to a flying start and never really gave Harlow a breathing space.

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Harlow through first round

Greg Harlow took on the “Iceman”, Robert Chisholm in the second match of the morning and it was a match of two halves. In the first set it was nip and tuck between Harlow and Chisholm with neither player really getting away. Into the 7 end it was 6 all and Harlow sneaked a single

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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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Harlow makes the World Singles Quarter Finals

Darren Burnett from Scotland was up against Greg Harlow from England and played in a packed arena here at Potters Resort. It was a totally focussed Harlow that stepped out to tackle this match and an equally determined Burnett that faced him on the portable rink. Neither playing giving way it was a tight start

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