Today was another day of exceptional bowls with all countries fighting for top positions or improving their places on the ladder.  We are guaranteed  high quality finals not to be missed.

After day 9 we see top two of their sections.

Women’s Triples, Section 1, Australia and Ireland, Section 2, New Zealand and Canada, Section 3, India and Malaysia, Section 4, England and South Africa.

Quarter Final; D Hayman, L Clarke, K Cottrell (Australia) v T Muvhango, E Kruger, A Snyman (South Africa).  JL Maarshall, L Kuhler, K Rednall (England) v S McIntyre, S O’Neill, C Wilson (Ireland).  L Poulson, T Bruce, V Smith (New Zealand) v N Alyani S Haidar Rahman, A Arshad (Malaysia).  T Choudary, Pinki, R Ranki Tirkey (India) v J Cooper, B Van Steijn, E Boyd (Canada).

Women’s Pairs: Section 1, Norfolk Island and Wales. Section 2, New Zealand and Ireland. Section 3, Malaysia and Scotland. Section 4, England and Malta.

Quarter Final; C Anderson, S Wilson (Norfolk Island) v R Rixon, C Rixon (Malta). S Tolchard, A Pharaoh (England) v S Nicholls, Y White (Wales). S Goddard, K Inch (New Zealand) v E McIntyre, C Anderson (Scotland). A Nawawi, N Tarmizi (Malaysia) v A Rainey, S Kelly (Ireland).

Men’s Fours: Section 1, New Zealand and Cook Islands.  Section 2, Australia and Wales. Section 3, Ireland and United States of America.  Section 4, Scotland and Hong Kong China.

Quarter Final; T Grantham, C Le Lievre, L Pascoe, S Bagrie-Howley (New Zealand) v I Tang, S Sy, J Po, L Ka Ho (Hong Kong China). J Banks, D Oliver, P Foster MBE, A Marshall MBE (Scotland) v A Zittersteijn, A Wichman Rairoa, T Paniani, T Turua (Cook Islands).  C Wedlock, A Teys, C Healey, A Sherriff (Australia) v B Brault, B Schneider, A Zangl, L Dion (United States of America).  S Bennett, A McKeown, I McClure, M McHugh (Ireland) v O Dando, C Kiefenz, R Owen, J Breen (Wales).

Men’s Singles; after nine rounds and two more to play tomorrow. Sect 1, Gary Kelly (Ireland) eight wins and one bye. Sect 2, Sam Tolchard (England) eight wins and one bye. Sect 3, Izzat Shameer Dzulkeple (Malaysia) seven wins and two byes. Sec 4, Aaron Wilson (Australia) nine wins.

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