European Qualifier of the Year went to Scotland’s Colin Walker for being a consistent qualifier and also winning two Professional Bowls Association qualifiers in the same season.
Overseas Qualifier of the Year went to Dan LeMessurier for winning through two USA qualifiers in the same season.
David Gourlay got the Player of the Year award for winning the International Open and the Scottish International Open in the same season.
Michael Stepney received the Performance of the Year award for being one of very few non seeded players in the history of WBT to have reached the finals of a Televised Ranking event and reaching this with great performances throughout the event.
Michael Stepney and Paul Foster MBE got the award for Match of the Year for their fantastic display and great match in the semi-final of the Scottish International Open which kept the crowd enthralled throughout.
The Players Player of the Year Award as voted for by the World Bowls Tour Top 16 went to Mark Dawes for his incredible performance throughout the 2018 World Indoor Championships where he took the Singles Crown.
The Services to Bowls Award went to Janice Gower for her work and commitment with disabled and mentally impaired bowlers over the years.
Greg Harlow, current World Bowls Tour No 1, was inducted into the WBT Hall of Fame for his record since joining the PBA in 1993, got into the Top 16 in 2002 and been there ever since.
The Lifetime Achievement Award went to Alex Marshall MBE for his incredible career in the sport of bowls at top level. 6 Times World Indoor Singles Champion, 5 times World Indoor Pairs Champion, 2 times World Indoor Mixed Pairs Champion and the most successful Scottish Commonwealth Games Athlete of all time to date.