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defending champion, jamie chestney, crashes out at first hurdle

It was the first match here at Blackpool Newton Hall in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open with defending champion, Jamie Chestney, facing PBA qualifier, Ian Honnor, in front of a reasonable crowd that had struggled through the cold to get to the venue. The first set saw the defending champion seemingly in top form as

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Jamie Chestney and Lesley Doig are the new World Indoor Mixed Pairs Champions

It’s the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Mixed Pairs Final and the International Arena was packed to the gills with eager audience and they were not disappointed. Darren Burnett & Rebecca Field up against Jamie Chestney & Lesley Doig. What a match, top quality star studded bowls were played, audience oohing and aaahing as shots were

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Chestney and Dawes beat favourites Brett and Harlow for the 2018 World pairs title

First match of the afternoon was the much awaited ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Pairs Final. It was a packed International Arena as the two pairs came out onto the blue rink to do battle – It was Jamie Chestney and Mark Dawes, who had reached the semi final last year in their first year together,

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Chestney and Doig were walking on water

Second match of the afternoon was between Scotland’s David Gourlay partnered with English International Janice Gower against England’s Jamie Chestney and Scotland’s International Lesley Doig. It was Chestney and Doig that opened up with a double on the first end and Gourlay and Gower responded with a triple on the second and Chestney –Doig followed

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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 Gale had had a late call up as Danny Denison had damaged his leg and withdrawn from the Open Singles.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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Chestney into the pairs final with Dawes

The first match here in the afternoon at Potters Resort in the International Arena was semi final 1 of the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Pairs. With the pairing of Jonathan Ross and Robert Paxton playing against Jamie Chestney and Mark Dawes the stadium was almost full with only a few spare seats and an eager

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Foster keeps his form with a place in the semi’s

One of the enticing matches of the quarter final draw of the Co op Funeralcare Scottish International Open 2017 featured Scot Paul Foster MBE and England’s Jamie Chestney. Foster, who bec   ame tournament favourite after Mervyn King saw off the defending Champion Greg Harlow’s challenge, took to the rink in a fine run of form. But Chestney

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Chestney is the New Co-op Funeralcare International Open Champion 2017

In just his second season on the World Bowls Tour, 29 year old  Aero Sales Executive Jamie Chestney from Exeter won his first ever Ranking event denying Blantyre’s Stewart Anderson  in the final of the Co-op Funeralcare International Open at Blackpool last night.   After an engrossing two hour head to head, Chestney, seeded 14,

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Chestney gives paxton the slip into the final

In the first semi final here at Newton Hall Holiday Park at Blackpool it was Jamie Chestney, newcomer into the WBT Rankings at No.14 up against No 3, Robert Paxton and it was Chestney that got off to a flying start in the first set. Although Paxton picked up 3 shots in the first two

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Chestney takes a ‘rollercoaster’ ride into the semi’s at blackpool

First quarter final of the Co-op International Open saw David Gourlay line up against Jamie Chestney. Both players have been playing really well throughout and the spectators were not disappointed. The match was an exciting roller coaster ride between the players as they vied for the first semi final berth. The first two ends went

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