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Chestney and Dawes beat favourites Brett and Harlow for the 2018 World pairs title

First match of the afternoon was the much awaited ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Pairs Final. It was a packed International Arena as the two pairs came out onto the blue rink to do battle – It was Jamie Chestney and Mark Dawes, who had reached the semi final last year in their first year together,

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Harlow is through the first hurdle in the World Singles

Up first here in the International Arena at the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Championships it was the turn of the local man, World No.1 Greg Harlow to face up to a young rising star, England International Martin Puckett.   It was very apparent right at the start the Puckett was in the zone as he

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Chestney and Doig beat local favourites to get the berth in the Mixed pairs final

Last match of the afternoon was the second Mixed Pairs semi final between England’s Jamie Chestney with Scotland’s Lesley Doig against Greg Harlow and Katherine Rednall of Ipswich. A much anticipated match as both Greg and Katherine had a good local following so the seats in the International Arena were filled with an eager crowd

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Precision blow for blow match but the end was surprising

Last match of the day here in the International Arena at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Mixed Pairs was between England’s Katherine Rednall with World No. 1 Greg Harlow against Scotland’s Julie Forrest and 6 times World Indoor Champion, Alex Marshall MBE. It turned out to be a high calibre match with

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harlow and brett edge past thomson and royal

The second semi final of the Pairs was between Andy Thomson MBE and Mark Royal against Greg Harlow and Nick Brett. This was an incredible match with all four players and none giving way to the other. In the first set Harlow and Brett took an early lead of 2-4 going into the 5th end

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King defies Harlows 3 times try

The recent “King” of the Co-op Funeralcare Scottish International Open here at the Dewars Centre in Perth, World No 1 Greg Harlow, met his match today in his good friend Mervyn King. King who had impressed in his first game back on the first day of the tournament played immaculate bowls which left Harlow playing difficult runners to

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defending champion harlow survives first round

Here at the Dewars Centre in the Co-op Funeralcare Scottish International Open the opening match this morning on a frosty Monday was between England’s Greg Harlow, the defending champion and Neil Furman from the USA. It took Furman quite a while to settle into the match and the first set went to Harlow without any

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Anderson completes the line up for the semi final’s at Blackpool

Quarter final 4 between England’s Greg Harlow and Scotland’s Stewart Anderson was last match of the evening . At end 3 it was 3 all, then it was Harlow that gradually pulled away from Anderson to take the set 8-5 as Harlow stuck to the longer length jack. In the second it was Anderson that

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Harlow blunts gillett’s razor going into the quarters

First match of the day in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open here at Newton Hall Holiday Park was between Greg Harlow and Les ‘ Razor’ Gillett and it was Harlow that just piled on the pressure throughout the match. It was Gillett that started out well taking a double and a single in the first

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Taylor heads back to cumbria

First match of the Co-op International Open here at Newton Hall Holiday Park this afternoon saw Potters Resort Bowls Ambassador, Greg Harlow, up against the Cumbrian Trevor Taylor in a much anticipated match. Into the first set and it was Harlow that was at the top of his form as he immediately subjected the Cumbrian

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