Just Retirement Professional World Indoor Championships 2017

Paul Foster MBE is 5 times World Indoor Champion !!

Paul Foster is the new ‘Just.’ World Indoor Singles champion, winning the title for the fifth time in emphatic fashion against 2010 champion and the  Potters Resort bowls ambassador Greg Harlow 7-10, 11-1, 2-0. World number 4 Harlow set his stall out early, and a full house on the third end gave him a 5-2

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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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Ellen Ryan wins the 2017 WBT’s World Indoor Under 25’s Singles Title

Ellen Ryan from New South Wales in Australia, and a member of the prestigious Cabramatta club in Sydney, claimed the WBT World Under25 singles title at Potters tonight. The accomplished 19 year old, the only female in the Championship,  has already an enviable CV, having secured Youth Commonmweath Games gold and silver medals from Samoa,

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Australia’s Ellen Ryan makes the Under 25’s final at the championships

The 2016 Open Singles outdoor Champion for Australia from New South Wales made her debut here at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2017 World Indoor Championships for the Under 25’s and played against Jason Banks from Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Ryan did not appear in the least bit fazed by the portable as she opened up proceedings

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Puckett into the Under 25’s Final

Here at the ‘Just’ World Indoor Championships it was a tight affair between defending Champion Joseph Mower from East Lothian and PBA Qualifier Martin Puckett from Weymouth if the first of the semi finals. With a tentative start in the first set from both players it was 4 all in the 6th end and then

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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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king’s ‘crown’ slips as he leaves the championships

2014 winner Darren Burnett added to the Scottish quarter final  challenge when he took the opening set 7-5 with a single on the last and in the second once again did the business on the last end, drawing   two shots to a displaced jack in the  ditch to end the hopes of  local Norfolk star and

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‘Coach’ gourlay drives into the worlds quarter finals

For Scotland, world number 6 David Gourlay, winner of this title in 1996, and a beaten semi-finalist on four of the last five years held off a determined effort from Neil Furman from the USA 9-5, 13-4 and meets 2010 holder Greg Harlow who is employed by the Potter Resort as their Bowls  Ambassador.   The

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The ‘Razor’ is shaving scalps at the Worlds

Number 15 ranked Les Gillett from Melton Mowbray took the scalp of  top Scot Alex Marshall, the number 2 ranked player, who holds the record of six world singles titles, and he kept his campaign on course with a 6-4, 8-6 victory. Two shots on the opening end was the only double in the first

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Rednall in Ladies Matchplay final against Falkner

In the second semi-final, 21 year old 2014 winner Katherine Rednall from Ispwich put in a consistent and controlled  display against 27 year old Bowls England Administrator Amy Stanton  wrapping up an 8-3, 8-4 win, dropping only three ends in each set.