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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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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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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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Greenslade makes the 2nd Round of the open singles

First match up in the International Arena here at Potters Resort in the ‘Just’ 2020 World Open Singles Championships was between the Welsh Wizard, Jason Greenslade, and Australian Qualifier Brendon Egan. The first set it was Egan that took over the running as he powered his way through the first five ends to build up

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Gourlay heads into the quarters

It was Scotland’s Head Coach, David Gourlay MBE, up against the ‘Welsh Wizard’ , Jason Greenslade in the second match of the afternoon looking for a quarter final berth in the Scottish International Open. It was Gourlay that started the first set in electric style as he peppered the jack and very quickly built a

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greensland shoe’s his way to the second round

In the first round match it was Jason Greenslade, Ranked 14, from Wales up against the qualifier from Hong Kong, Chris Chau. Greenslade is on the cusp of going out of the Top 16 and needs to win a few matches this season to stay in the World Top 16. Proceedings opened up with Greenslade

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Kingjust scrapes over the line to the semi finals

The third quarter final in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open was a game after the Lord Mayors show for both players. Neither player really showed the form that they had had in their previous matches and it did turn into a rather scrappy affair in parts. In the first set it was England’s Mervyn King

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the welsh wizard, greenslade, is back as he banishes anderson

Second match of the afternoon in the second round of the Co-op Funeralcare International Open saw the Welsh Wizard, Jason Greenslade, up against Scotland’s Stewart Anderson in a mouth watering match. Greenslade needed this match to cement himself back into the top 16 as he stood on the brink of dropping out earlier at the

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Greenslade breathes a sigh of relief

It was the Welsh Wizard, Jason Greenslade up against Cumbrian qualifier, Ian Gallagher in the first match here today in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open and it was an extremely important match for the Welshman. On the cusp of going out of the top 16 Greenslade needed to win this match. Into the first set

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Burnett trickles over the line into the semi finals of the Singles

It was Jason Greenslade from Wales up next against Scotland’s Darren Burnett and you see the determination on both players faces as they came out onto the portable rink in front of a capacity audience in the arena. It was Burnett that laid down the challenge as he opened up with a blistering display to

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