2022 National Champions set for British Isles Championships

27th June, 2023

England’s 2022 National Champions make the trip to Ayr, Scotland for the 2023 British Isles Championships.

After lifting silverware at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa, and Oxford City and County BC, our National Champions will be raring to replicate the success they in winning their titles.

They will all compete against National Champions from Ireland, Jersey, Scotland and Wales. Play will take place on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th June.

This will be the first appearance of the new England kit, following the announcement of Bowls England’s partnership with principal partner Aviva. Players will be showcasing the partnership across the kit, produced by long standing apparel partners Aceit.


England 2022 National Champions to play at British Isles Championships

Men’s Under 18 Singles | Charlie Beeton (Suffolk)

Women’s Under 25 Singles | Rebecca Moorbey (Huntingdonshire)

Men’s Under 25 Singles | Daniel Ellicott (Warwickshire)

Women’s Under 25 Pairs | Izzie White & Maddie Burgess (Worcestershire)

Men’s Singles | Edward Morris (Essex)

Women’s Singles | Rebecca Moorbey (Huntingdonshire)

Men’s Pairs | Lewis Baker & Nick Brett (Huntingdonshire)

Women’s Pairs | Sophie Tolchard & Harriet Stevens (Devon)

Men’s Triples | Kevin Harrison, Mark Irwin & Stuart Irwin (Cumbria)

Women’s Triples | Denise Hodd, Rachel Mackriell & Nina Allbut (Sussex)

Men’s Fours | Ean Morton, Simon Law, Stuart Popple & Tristan Morton (Huntingdonshire)

Women’s Fours | Pearl Flowers, Louise Whyers, Penny Strong & Annalisa Dunham (Lincolnshire)

Men’s Senior Fours | Vaughan Holland, Paul Bunting, Craig Shaw & Alan Symondson (Berkshire)

Women’s Senior Fours | Christine Beamish, Sue Bard-Bodek, Sal Butcher & Sue Bernard (Suffolk)


Playing Schedules

Men’s Competitions

Women’s Competitions


You can watch some of the best bowlers in the country battle it out at the Aviva National Finals, from 10th – 27th August. Click here to book tickets, starting from £4 for adults.

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