Middlesex’s Alfie Hill and Glen Adams have won the Men’s Junior Pairs Championship, supported by Viv Tomlinson.
They defeated Devon’s Dominic Tuckett and Harry Goodwin in this afternoon’s final at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa.
It is Goodwin’s second consecutive appearance in the final after winning the title with Zach Kidd 12 months ago.
Earlier in the day, Tuckett and Goodwin reached the final with victories over Bedfordshire’s Adrian Allen and Connor Hart and Kent’s Joseph Vandepeer and Isaac Jenner.
Hill and Adams defeated Cornwall’s Frazer Hawkey and Alasdair Williams in the last eight, before securing a semi-final victory over Northamptonshire’s Kieran Rollings and Connor Cinato.
Devon (H Goodwin) bt Bedfordshire (C Hart) 24-11;
Kent (I Jenner) bt Lincolnshire (J Philpott) 18-11;
Northamptonshire (C Cinato) bt Essex (J Butcher) 17-13;
Middlesex (G Adams) bt Cornwall (A Williams) 25-11
Devon (H Goodwin) bt Kent (I Jenner) 20-9;
Middlesex (G Adams) bt Northamptonshire (C Cinato) 16-7
Middlesex (G Adams) bt Devon (H Goodwin) 19-16
Official photographs can be viewed and purchased at: https://www.bobsaundersphotography.co.uk/bowls-events
Entry to the championships is free of charge. Chargeable parking is available in Victoria Park and in nearby town centre car parks. The Tournament Office will be open daily from 8.30am until close of play. Should you have any queries related to the National Championships please telephone 07444 272672.