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Harlow joins the throng for the semi finals

Final quarter final in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open here at Newton Hall Holiday Park in Blackpool this afternoon saw the World Indoor Number 1, Greg Harlow, go up against the Scottish Ace,  five times World Indoor Champion Paul Foster. Foster got off to a great start and he went 4,0 in the lead by

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Foster in tight battle to come past Aussie Healey

It was Australian Trentan Healey that came out to face the 5 times World Indoor Champion from Scotland, Paul Foster MBE to fight for a place in tomorrow’s quarter finals of the Co-op Funeralcare International Open here at Newton Hall Holiday Park in Blackpool.  Healey knew he had a tough match on his hands and

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whirlwind foster blows cinato away

Conner Cinato – aka – the Ginja Ninja- met up against an on form Paul ‘Fossie’ Foster MBE in the 13th match in the first round of the Co-op Funeralcare International Open here today. In a match that lasted a mere 1hour and 8 minutes it was not that young Cinato did not play well,

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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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defending champion, paul foster, makes the second round

Last match of the afternoon was a first round singles match between the Reigning Champion, Paul Foster MBE, and Professional Bowls Association qualifier from Bromley, Lea Blackham. Blackham came out the blocks hard and fast and played superb bowls against Foster. It was not the usual Foster as he struggled to get started and Blackham

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The co-op funeralcare wildcard gets all the way to the final

Semi Final day and a packed crowd for the Co op Funeralcare Scottish International Open 2017 at the Dewars centre in Perth. Four Scots men. Who would be taking their chances and making their way into the final line up tomorrow? The first of the semi finals pitted tournament favourite Paul Foster MBE against the

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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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ooops i seem to have broken the jack

Scottish International, and now favourite for the tournament, Paul Foster MBE faced a tough challenge in Englishman Mark Dawes. Foster was at his best throughout the encounter, “You know if you don’t put your first bowl close your in trouble with Paul,” said Dawes after the game. The game was played to a enthralled crowd and

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foster withstands gale

Second match of the afternoon was between Scotland’s 5 times World Indoor Champion, Paul Foster MBE and England’s Chris Gale. Gale had suffered a football injury only a week ago to his knee but was determined to stay in the event and play his match. In the first set though it was apparent that Gale’s

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Tie Break Drama as Foster heads home from the International Open

Last match of the afternoon here at Newton Hall in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open was between Scotland’s Paul Foster MBE and PBA Qualifier Scott Edwards from England and what a roller coaster that match turned out to be. If you did not watch it on the Youtube Channel at World bowlstour then it is

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