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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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Chestney & Foster also win their matches for quarter final slots

Jamie Chestney also sealed his quarter final place.  In a mediocre exchange with last year’s beaten finalist Rob Paxton,   he only scored on four of the nine ends  in each set and won 8-6, 6-5.   He scored a treble and single on the last two ends of the opening set and fended off a

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foster & field oust gourlay & murphy from the mixed pairs

In today’s semi-final Foster joined up with new partner Rebecca Field from Norwich as they traded blows with Scotland’s elite squad coach and three time former holder of this title, David Gourlay and Australia’s top woman bowler Karen Murphy. Foster and Field took the first set 6-3, but only managed one scoring end in the

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Foster & Field set to challenge Gourlay & Murphy

It was virtually standing room only, with the full house signs  on display in the Potters Arena at Hopton on Sea today where the very popular Mixed Pairs Championship took centre stage at the ‘Just.’ World Indoor Championships with the spectators certainly getting their money’s worth with  four enthralling quarter final matches keeping them on

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back in form Foster shows how to do it

Second match of the afternoon here at Potters Resort on the Norfolk Coast in the Open Singles was between Paul Foster MBE and PBA Qualifier Michael Cheeseman from Kent. Foster started with taking a double on the first end of set 1 with a reply of a single from Cheeseman in the next. Then Foster

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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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forster is just totally formidable against marshall

The eagerly anticipated battle between the Scottish Bowling royalty of Alex Marshall MBE and Paul Foster MBE didn’t disappoint the large crowd at the Dewars Centre in Perth for the second semi final of the Coop Funeralcare Scottish International Open 2016. The first two ends in the opening set saw Foster in formidable form, picking

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brett v foster and foster takes the match in style

The game that caught the eye of all concerned was the battle between World No1 Nick Brett and Scotland’s Paul Foster MBE. Having met three times before here, in three consecutive finals, the battle between these two giants of the game stood at 2.1 in games to Brett. What a game. First two ends saw

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foster joins the fray for the quarter finals

Twice Scottish International Open Champion Paul Foster MBE looked comfortable in the opening set of his second round game against Blackpool’s Mark Dawes. Foster was in form from the start and was merciless in set one and won it 10.4 after just eight ends. Dawes rallied in set two and took a 4.2 lead after four

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