Another brilliant day of spectacular bowls!
After six rounds of each discipline today the leader boards are starting to take shape.
Women’s Triples, Sect 1, Australia, D Hayman, L Clarke, K Cottrell, with five wins and a bye. Sect 2, New Zealand, L Poulson, T Bruce, V Smith. Sect 3, India, T Choudhary, Pinki, R Rani Tirkey, both leading their sections with six wins. Sect 4, England, J.L Marshall, L Kuhler, K Rednall, with four wins and two byes.
Women’s Fours, Sec 1, Norfolk Island, C Anderson, S Wilson the only team leading their section with six wins. Sect 2, New Zealand, S Goddard, K Inch, Guernsey, R Ogier, L Beere and Ireland, A Rainey, S Kelly all with five wins and one loss. Sect 3, Scotland, E McIntyre, C Anderson with four wins, one loss and one bye. Sect 4, England, S Tolchard, A Pharaoh with five wins and one bye.
Men’s Singles, Sect 1, Ireland, Gary Kelly with five wins and one bye. Sect 2, England, Sam Tolchard and South Africa, Wayne Rittmuller both with six wins. Sect 3, Malaysia, Izzat Shameer Dzulkeple with four wins and two byes. Sect 4, Australia, Aaron Wilson with six wins.
Men’s Fours, Sect 1, New Zealand, T Grantham, C Le Lievre, L Pascoe, S Bagrie-Howley with four wins and two byes. Sect 2, Australia, C Wedlock, A Teys, C Healey, A Sherriff with five wins and one bye. Sect 3, Ireland, S Bennett, A McKeown, I McClure, M McHugh. Sect 4, Scotland, J Banks, D Oliver, P Foster MBE, A Marshall MBE, both sections winning five and one draw.
Day 9 will be exciting with some good matchups. Keep up to date with the action via Live Streaming or follow the games via Live Scoring with the below links.