The ‘Just’ 2019 World Championships

‘razor’ gillett denies coleman a second round place

Last match of the day here in the first round of the Open Singles was between England’s Les ‘Razor’ Gillett and the returned PBA member and qualifier Paul Coleman. Into the first set and it was Gillett that seemed to on the mark as he was4,2 up by the fourth end with Coleman finding a

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foster edges past doubler in tie break nailbiter

Five times World Indoor Open Singles Champion, Scotland’s Paul Foster MBE was faced with PBA Qualifier from Wales, Damian Doubler in the afternoon first round singles match. The first set started well for Doubler, he found his weight and line straight of and he was producing first class bowls against Foster and by end four

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chestney on top form in first round of the singles

The first match of the day here in the International Arena on the portable rink in the ‘Just’ 2019 World Indoor Open Singles was the reigning World Indoor Pairs and Mixed pairs Champion, Jamie Chestney (E) facing up against the Sponsors Wildcard choice , James Rippey from England. Rippey has been on the Professional Bowls

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anderson still in top form

In the start of World Indoor Open Singles first round it was Scotland’s Stewart Anderson, reigning Scottish International Open Champion, up against the Scottish Qualifier from Falkirk Indoor Bowls Club, Colin Walker, a respected and well known Scottish International Player. The opening set saw Anderson carrying on with the form that he had found in

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harlow and brett in outstanding form in the pairs

The second semi-final was an all English affair between Mark Royal and the legendary Andy Thomson MBE up against World No 1, Greg Harlow, and Nick Brett. Into the first set and it was Harlow and Brett that just had the edge as they picked off Royal and Thomson to take the first three ends

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foster and marshall in tie-break finish for a place in the pairs final

The first semi final this afternoon in the World Indoor Open Pairs was between two long standing pairs partnerships of Scottish origin, namely Colin Walker and Ronnie Duncan and Paul Foster MBE and Alex Marshall MBE – a rerun of last years semi final. Into set one and it was Walker and Duncan that took

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Harlow and Brett take the last semi final place

The last quarter final saw Greg Harlow and Nick Brett up against the successful Australian Pair Dave Rankin and Kyle McIlroy who had fought their way through the prlim matches, got past Darren Burnett and Stewart Anderson and who were looking good out there on the portable rink. The first three ends of set one

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royal and thomson in a nail biter quarter final

Pairs Quarter Final 3 between Robert Paxton (E) & Michael Stepney (S) against Mark Royal and Andy Thomson MBE (E) proved to be a high tensile nail biter of a match and the audience loved every minute of it. If you dd not see it then it is a must watch on Youtube.com/worldbowlstour. Set one

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walker & duncan set up semi final v foster & marshall

Last match of the day was the Pairs Quarter Final 2 between David Gourlay MBE and Mervyn King against Colin Walker and Ronnie Duncan. Into set one and it was Gourlay and King that took the first two ends in easy style to go 4,0 up. Third end and Duncan/Walker were finding their pace and

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defending pairs champions bow out to foster and marshall

In the first of the Pairs quarter finals it was the defending Champions, Jamie Chestney and Mark Dawes up against the Scots Paul Foster MBE and Alex Marshall MBE. It was Foster and Marshall that got off to a great start as they went 1,4 in the lead in end four. Chestney and Dawes were

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