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burnett and field into the mixed pairs final

First match of the afternoon was Semi Final 1 of the ‘Just’ World Indoor Mixed Pairs and was Darren Burnett & Rebecca Field against Stewart Anderson & Alison Merrien MBE and the stadium was packed with eager spectators.   It was Burnett and Field that got off to a flying start with a 7,0 lead

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anderson and merrien into mixed pairs semi final

Second match of the day in the World Indoor Mixed Pairs was Robert Paxton and partner Ellen Ryan, from Australia. Ryan is returning to Potters Resort as the Reigning Under 25 Champion and will be defending her title later in the Tournament here against Scotland’s Stewart Anderson and partner, Alison Merrien MBE from Guernsey. Set

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anderson overcomes the flu to win through

Last match of the afternoon was between Stewart Anderson, Scotland, and Tourcard Winner, Perry Martin from England. Anderson, who was suffering from an extremely heavy cold, knew he had to be on form to beat Martin in the first round match. The first set it was definitely struggling Anderson as Martin set about bringing the

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Co-op Funeralcare wildcard topples Anderson

First match of the afternoon session was between top seed Stewart Anderson against the Co-op Funeralcare wildcard for the Scottish International Open – Michael Stepney from Elgin. When Stepney was given the wildcard he said he was delighted and would do his best. In the first set it was Anderson that struggeld against Stepney. It

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Anderson and dawes in superb battle for the last place in the final

Blackpool’s Mark Dawes faced off against Scotland’s Stewart Anderson for the remaining place in todays final here at Newton Hall Holiday Park in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open and what a match that turned out to be. Dawes was on top form as he powered into the first set and just did not let Anderson

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Anderson in awesome form as Brett departs blackpool

Second match of the day was Scotland’s Stewart Anderson up against the World No 1, Nick Brett.  It was Anderson that started off well going 4-2 up by the 4th end of the 1st set. Brett then took a double but it was Anderson that just edged Brett in play as he took the next

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Anderson gets a taste of the yips at the international open

First match of the evening session was between Scotland’s Stewart Anderson and Hong Kong’s Anthony Yip here at the Arena at Newton Hall. It was Yip that turned on the power from the start to give Anderson a a bit of a fright, Yip took the first end with a single, Anderson took the second

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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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Anderson faces fellow scot Forrest

It was an all Scottish clash between Stewart Anderson and Julie Forrest for the afternoon match here at Potters resort on Tuesday 17th and was played out to a packed audience in the International Arena. Scots lady and Internationalist Forrest had qualifed through some tough rounds at Carlisle Indoor Bowls Club to claim her place

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