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seed no3, robert paxton, bites the dust

First match of the afternoon in the first round of the Scottish International Open here at the Dewars Centre was between Robert Paxton, seeded at No 3 and PBA Qualifier, Phillip Last, from Ipswich. Paxton was seeded No.3 for this event and was certainly the favourite for this event. Into the first set and these

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Marshall plays his way right into the semi’s

Second quarter final of the day here in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open was between England’s Robert Paxton and the six times World Indoor Champion, Scotland’s Alex Marshall MBE. Some great bowls played throughout the match and both players were in great form. It was Marshall though that got off to a great start, just

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Paxton is through to the quarters

England’s Robert Paxton went up against Scotland’s Darren Burnett to look for a place in quarter final number 2 in the Co-op Funeralcare International Open here at the Newton Hall Holiday Park in the village of Staining near Blackpool. Paxton got off to a great start and was 6-4 up by the sixth end. It

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Willgress and his supporters army bow out of the World Indoor Singles Championships

The semi final for the last remaining spot in the ‘Just’ Indoor Open Singles Championships saw World No.6, Robert Paxton, a former finalist go against the Potters wildcard from Norfolk, Wayne Willgress here in the International Arena. Paxton was the man with all the experience of big battles, though Willgress had come through 3 former

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Paxton takes the last semi final berth in the Open singles

In the last of the quarter finals it was Norfolk’s Mervyn King going head to head with Devonian Robert Paxton for the last place in the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Open Singles Championship. Both players are exponents of the draw shot and the crowd were not disappointed in the quality of the bowls. In 18

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Paxton makes the quarter finals in the World Indoor Open Singles

First match here today on Thursday 25th January 2018 was Leicester’s dynamic Les ‘Razor’ Gillett, ranked at No 11 in the World on the WBT list up against World Ranked No. 6, Robert Paxton. The first set it was Paxton that got off to a decent start taking a triple and a single in the

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anderson and merrien into mixed pairs semi final

Second match of the day in the World Indoor Mixed Pairs was Robert Paxton and partner Ellen Ryan, from Australia. Ryan is returning to Potters Resort as the Reigning Under 25 Champion and will be defending her title later in the Tournament here against Scotland’s Stewart Anderson and partner, Alison Merrien MBE from Guernsey. Set

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Salmon takes paxton right to the edge in a nailbiter match

It was England’s Robert Paxton up against Daniel Salmon, the Professional Bowls Association qualifier from Wales in the first match of the afternoon here at Potters Resort in the first round of the ‘Just’ 2018 World Indoor Open Singles and it proved to be a nail biting match to watch. It was the first set

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Pairs defending champions lose out

In the first of the Pairs quarter finals it was defending champions Jason Greenslade and Les Gillett that took on Robert Paxton and Jonathan Ross and it was Paxton and Ross that totally dominated the first set.  At 7 up going into end five of the first set Paxton and Ross dropped a count of

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Burnett secures quarter final berth

The day continued to see England v Scotland in most of the ties and next up was Scotland’s Darren Burnett against England’s Robert Paxton. Burnett came through a crowd entertaining game against Robert Paxton. The first set was all Burnett’s and Paxton only counted at one end. Burnett won the set 11.1. The second set,

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