'Just' 2020 World Indoor Championships

bretts form holds and he makes the open singles final

It was England’s Nick Brett up against Jason Greenslade from Wales in the last of the semi finals this afternoon on the portable rink in fornt of a capacity audience to battle it out for the last place in tomorrow’s final for the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Open Singles title. Both players have played superbly

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Paxton makes the singles semi’s in style

The first of the afternoons matches from the International Arena in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Championships was the first of the two semi finals in the World Indoor Open Singles and it was Les Gillett up against Robert Paxton. Paxton started the first set well, getting his draw bowls into the head from the

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Clinton fights off McWhinney for the place in the Under 25’s Final

Second match of the morning in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Under’s World Championships saw Australia’s young Dale McWhinney stepping out against Keiran Clinton from England. Both players have an impressive list of respective National Titles and were looking to get the last place into tonight’s final showdown. Into the first set and they settled

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Moulton makes the final of the World Indoor Under 25’s

In the International Arena here in Norfolk in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Under 25’s Championships it was the first of the semi finals and going through to meet each other for their first go on the famous blue portable rink were Jesse Russell from New Zealand and William Moulton from England. Into the first

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greenslade in top form slams into the semi finals

The last match of the day in the International Arena in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Open Singles quarter finals was between the ‘Welsh Wizard’ Jason Greenslade and England’s Mark Dawes, former World Indoor Champion. The first set was a tight affair with both players keeping the crowd entertained with high end bowls utilising draw,

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Brett hangs in and magics up a massive finish

Last match of the afternoon in the International Arena was the third quarter final of the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Open Singles for one of the two remaining places in tomorrow’s semi finals. Two players who have been outstanding all week stood ready to come onto the portable rink to do battle in from of

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‘razor’ gillett’s run continues into the singles semi finals

The first match this afternoon was the second quarter final for a place in Friday’s Semi finals and was between Les ‘Razor’ Gillett from England up against Scotland’s David Gourlay MBE. The arena was solidly packed with eager audience for the afternoons action. Set one started with an incredible demonstration of unsurpassed bowls and Gillett

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paxton books first semi final slot in World open singles

The opening match from the International Arena at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Open Singles Championships in today’s quarter finals saw the Defending Champion, Scotland’s Stewart Anderson up against a tough opponent in the form of World No 8, Robert Paxton. Both players were giving each other a tough time on the

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greenslade into the quarter finals in a dramatic finish

The last match here in the International Arena from Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Open Singles Championships saw the Welsh wizard, World Ranking at No 16, Jason Greenslade facing up to the World No 2, Greg Harlow. The match was full of twists and turns and surprising bowls. Set one started with

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dawes makes the world open singles quarter finals

Last match of the afternoon in front of a packed International Arena at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Indoor Open Singles Championships was between Scotland’s Darren Burnett and England’s Mark Dawes. Both players are former Champions, Burnett in 2014 and Dawes in 2018 so both are well used to the tensions of playing

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