Brothers Robert and Edward Elmore made a successful start to the pairs event on the opening day of the 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships at the Potters Resort in Norfolk.
England’s Mark Dawes and Katherine Rednall will be striving to retain their respective men's and women's crowns at the 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships, which are scheduled to begin tomorrow at the Potters Resort in Norfolk.
Mark Dawes, who broke through to the world’s top 16 two years ago, has become World Indoor Bowls champion at the age of 35 after winning hugely competitive final against Robert Paxton on a tie-break at a packed International Arena at the Potters Leisure Resort near Great Yarmouth.
Local hero Wayne Willgress, the wildcard entry from Norfolk Bowls Club in Norwich who had beaten three former world champions en route to the semi-finals of the Word Indoor Bowls Championships at Great Yarmouth, was shown the exit in today’s semi-final by Robert Paxton.
Wildcard entry Wayne Willgress stunned world number one Greg Harlow to reach the semi-finals of the men's singles at the World Indoor Bowls Championships in Great Yarmouth.
England’s Katherine Rednall defeated compatriot Rebecca Field in a one-sided ladies’ singles final at the World Indoor Bowls Championships at Potters Leisure Resort in Great Yarmouth to retain her title.
Jason Greenslade of Wales defeated Scotland's Paul Foster to book his place in the quarter-finals of the men's singles event at the World Indoor Bowls Championships at Potters Leisure Resort in Great Yarmouth.
Jamie Chestney and Lesley Doig won the mixed pairs title at the World Indoor Bowls Championships at the Potters Leisure Resort in Great Yarmouth, thanks to victory over Darren Burnett and Rebecca Field.
Jamie Chestney and Mark Dawes caused a shock in the pairs final of the World Indoor Bowls Championships at the Potters Leisure Resort in Great Yarmouth by beating Greg Harlow and Nick Brett.
Doig and Chestney beat local heroes to earn mixed singles final place at World Indoor Bowls Championships
Scotland's Lesley Doig, already through to the women's singles semi-finals at the World Indoor Bowls Championships, returned to the blue carpet today to earn a place in the mixed doubles final on Tuesday (January 23) with her partner Jamie Chestney.
The quarter-finals of the ladies singles at the 2018 World Indoor Championships produced an epic contest between youth and experience as the match between Australia’s current world under-25 champion Ellen Ryan and longtime Scottish international Lesley Doig went to a tie-break.
Defending champions Claire Johnston and Nick Brett crashed out of the mixed pairs event at the quarter-final stage at the World Indoor Bowls Championships after they were stunned by England's Bex Field and Darren Burnett of Scotland in Great Yarmouth.
Former champion Stewart Anderson was among the winners as singles action continued at the World Indoor Bowls Championship at the Potters Leisure Resort in Great Yarmouth.
Six-time champion Alex Marshall suffered a shock loss to New Zealand qualifier Andrew Kelly today at the World Indoor Bowls Championships.
England's Jamie Chestney kept up his good form from yesterday, when he reached the pairs final with partner Mark Dawes, by reaching the second round of the men’s singles at the World Indoor Bowls Championships after coming out on top against compatriot Chris Gale.