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Burnett trickles over the line into the semi finals of the Singles

It was Jason Greenslade from Wales up next against Scotland’s Darren Burnett and you see the determination on both players faces as they came out onto the portable rink in front of a capacity audience in the arena. It was Burnett that laid down the challenge as he opened up with a blistering display to

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the welsh wizard, jason greenslade, into the quarter finals of the open singles

First match of the afternoon was Paul Foster from Scotland up against the Wizard from Wales, Jason Greenslade. Into the first set and it was Greenslade that got off to a cracking start as he opened up with two triples and it was as if the Greenslade from his Wizaed year s had come back,

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Greenslade makes a run for the last berth in the second round of the singles

Final match of the day here at Potters resort was the last of the first round Open Singles matches between Wales’s Jason Greenslade and Qualifier from Falkirk, Scotland’s Robert Gordon. A determined Greenslade stepped onto the portable rink with a will to win as he needed to win this match to gain ranking points to

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halmai finds his form in the international open

The final match of the day here was between the Welsh Wizard, Jason Greenslade and USA Qualifier, Steve Halmai and what a match that turned out to be. It was Greenslade that started out with terrific form going 4-0 in the first three ends but then Halmai turned on the spectacular and took 3 singles

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Furman from the USA goes into the second round

In the first match of today’s opening round of the Just 2017 World Indoor Open Singles it was Neil Furman from the USA up against the Welsh Wizard, Jason Greenslade. Furman started off like a non stop express train as he powered to a 6-1 lead by the 5th end but then Greenslade found the

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gillett & greenslade take out king & Gourlay

In the first of the Open Pairs semi finals it was David Gourlay (S) & Mervyn King (E) up against Jason Greenslade (W) & Gillett (E) and it turned out to be a bit of a humdinger match. With Gourlay and King going into a 6 nil lead in the first two ends of set

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Brown and Whyers fail the last cut

In the last game of the day, Brown and Whyers returned to the blue portable rink, trying to further their cause and take a place in tomorrow’s quarter finals against former three in a row winners Paul Foster MBE and Alex Marshall MBE. Standing between them and that last eight berth were Les Gillett from

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the ginja ninja bags another one

It was Connor Cinato, or the Ginja Ninja, as he is nicknamed in the bowls world up against the Welsh Wizard, Jason Greenslade. Cinato had qualified for this event through the Co-op Funeralcare’s own wildcard competition that they had run country wide. Cinato is no stranger to the WBT Circuit though having qualified before and

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The long trip from Canada pays off for Kody

Third match here today at the Co-operative Funeralcare International Open saw Wales’s Jason Greenslade face up to Canada’s Kody Olthof. In his home country Olthof’s nearest indoor facility is a 3.5 hour flight away and having flown all the way to the UK he made the most of his chances. In the first set it

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Chestney continues the demolition

Jason Greenslade from Wales took on the newcomer Jamie Chestney, England, who had just received the European Qualifier of the Year Award in the second match of the afternoon and the audience nwere sat on the edge of their seats throughout the match. Chestney opened up in the first set taking a single and a

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