The first week has concluded with the medal rounds from the women’s singles, women’s fours, men’s pairs and men’s triples all have been finalised.

It’s the first time in history that the para-bowlers have competed in the World Championship which concluded this week in the men’s pairs, women’s pairs and vision impaired. The para competition comes to an end and we congratulate Australia for their performances and winning the overall trophy.

World Bowls would like to also congratulate all the bowlers whom have competed in the 2023 World Championships this week and to all the winners listed below.

Women’s Singles
Gold – Tayla Bruce (NZL)
Silver – Kelly McKerihen (CAN)
Bronze – Katherine Rednall (ENG) and Ellen Ryan (AUS)

Women’s Fours
Gold – Sophie Tolchard, Jamie-Lee Marshall, Lorraine Kuhler, Amy Pharoah (ENG)
Silver – Kristina Krstic, Dawn Hayman, Lynsey Clarke, Kelsey Cottrell (AUS)
Bronze – Carla Banks, Claire Anderson, Stacey McDougall, Caroline Brown (SCO) and Leeane Poulson, Selina Goddard, Val Smith, Katelyn Inch (NZL)

Men’s Pairs
Gold – Adam McKeown and Gary Kelly (IRE)
Silver – Aaron Teys Aaron Wilson (AUS)
Bronze – Izzat Shameer Bin Dzulkeple, Soufi Bin Rusli (MAL) and John Bezear, Ryan Bester (CAN)

Men’s Triples

Gold – Corey Wedlock, Aron Sherriff, Carl Healey (AUS)
Silver – Paul Foster MBE, Derek Oliver, Alex Marshall MBE (SCO)
Bronze – Louis Ridout, Nick Brett and Jamie Walker (ENG) and Stuart Bennett, Ian McClure and Martin McHugh (IRE)

Para Men’s Pairs

Gold – Damien Delgado, James Reynolds (AUS)
Silver – Deon van der Vyer, Gareth Rees-Gibbs (RSA)
Bronze – Puk Chi Yeung, Wong Kin Kwong (HKC) and Mawjit Singh SO Gurmet Singh, Khirmern Bin Mohamad (SIN)

Para Women’s Pairs

Gold – Julie O’Connell, Teri Blackbourn (NZL)
Silver – Rosemary Lenton, Pauline Wilson (SCO)
Bronze – Bualai Kuntong, Somwang Chamnanpana (THA) and Cheryl Lindfield, Serena Bonnell (AUS)

Para VIP Mixed Pairs

Gold – Jackie Hudson and Jake Fehlberg (AUS)
Silver – May Homer and Hermanus Scholtz (RSA)
Bronze – Alison Yearling, Stephen Hartley (ENG) and Melanie Inness, Robert Barr (SCO)

Overall Winner for Para

Medal Tally
1. Australia – 3 Gold, 2 Silver, 2 Bronze
2. New Zealand – 2 Gold, 1 Bronze
3. England – 1 Gold, 3 Bronze
4. Ireland – 1 Gold, 1 Bronze
5. Scotland – 2 Silver, 2 Bronze
6. Sth Africa – 2 Silver
7. Canada – 1 Silver, 1 Bronze
Eq. 8. Hong Kong China – 1 Bronze, Malaysia – 1 Bronze, Singapore – 1 Bronze, Thailand – 1 Bronze