Whilst the Commonwealth Games took centre stage last weekend, the third set of Bowls England Regional Finals were held at venues across the country.
Across three days of packed action, the final eight in the Senior Singles, Senior Pairs and Champion of Champions for both men and women were determined.
Devon’s Louis Ridout, fresh from his Men’s Triples gold medal success at the Games, secured his passage to the quarter-finals of the Men’s Champion of Champions, where he will face Chris Ashdown from Kent. Also through are father and son duo Mark and Scott Walton plus Harry Goodwin, who featured in the European Championships last month.
However, there was disappointment for his fellow Games team mates Amy Pharaoh, Natalie Chestney and Performance Director John McGuinness who lost out in the qualifying rounds.
Senior Singles: https://bowlsenglandcomps.com/competition/fixture/126
Senior Pairs: https://bowlsenglandcomps.com/competition/fixture/124
Champion of Champions: https://bowlsenglandcomps.com/competition/fixture/122
Senior Singles: https://bowlsenglandcomps.com/competition/fixture/127
Senior Pairs: https://bowlsenglandcomps.com/competition/fixture/125
Champion of Champions: https://bowlsenglandcomps.com/competition/fixture/117
Bowls England wishes to thank St Neots BC (Cambridgeshire), Redcar Borough Park BC (Yorkshire), Southey BC (Surrey) and Ilminster BC (Somerset) for hosting these prestigious events.
The finals of these events will be held during the Bowls England National Finals at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa.