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Kingy wins Midland Masters!

Jamie King won the 2019 Midland Masters to take the trophy and with it a place in the Champion of Champions. He beat Wrockwardine Wood team mate and good friend Stuart Rutter in the final 11 after leading 15-7 on Prees. In the Semi Finals he beat Stuart Perry 14, …

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Midland Masters Preview

The 2019 Midland Masters is being held at Prees Bowling Club with several of our players looking to take advantage of green knowledge. Pete Farmer of Newport has won the Shropshire Merit on these greens and has Phil Owen first game. Gary Beff from Chester Road has done well in …

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Wrockwardine Wood Open 2019 Report

Darren Plenderleith won the 2019 Wrockwardine Wood Open in some style after beating previous winner Pete Farmer of Newport 7 in the final. He had got past Rich Lawson from Hanwood 16 in his Semi Final, while Pete was getting past St Georges’ Clay Flattley 6. Darren had beaten Paul …

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Wrockwardine Wood Open Field Preview

The Wrockwardine Wood Open takes place today with 64 players looking to win the trophy. There are star names throughout the field including former winners Scott Simpson and Pete Farmer, Scott looking to win it for a fourth time. There are big names from our league, Wayne Phillips, Paul Williams, …

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2 players in Isle of Man Last 8!

We have two players in the last 8 of the Isle of Man September. Matty Worden from Hanmer, takes on former Cravern Arms player Craig Richardson, while Callum Wraight, who lost in the Men’s Tourism final 14 to Matty Gilmore, has local player Dave Bradford. Full results and scores are …

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Dennis Lewis Open 2019 Preview

The Dennis Lewis Open takes place today with many star names in the field. Greg Smith and Callum Wraight are both there and will be favourites. There are other top names from outside the county including former All England winner Darren Plenderleith, Autumn Waterloo winner Jon Palmer, Carl Fielding and …

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Evans Trophy comes to St Georges

A Shropshire club has won the right to stage the biggest charity day in British bowls next year. St Georges saw off bids from a number of Midland rivals to host the 2020 Evans Trophy North v South Team Challenge, meaning the cream of British talent, both men and women, …

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