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Thursday, 17 November 2011 10:42

Harlow Heads Provisional World Rankings

A runner-up finish in last week’s Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open in Perth has taken England’s Greg Harlow to the top of the first provisional World Bowls Tour world rankings for next season.

England's Robert Paxton etched his name into the bowls record books today at Dewars Centre in Perth when he beat fellow countryman Greg Harlow, the world No2, in the final of the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open to become the first qualifier to win the established World Bowls Tour title in Scotland.

English qualifier Robert Paxton continued his stunning run in the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open when he defeated defending champion Mervyn King in straight sets at Dewars Centre in Perth today to reach the final of a World Bowls Tour event for the first time.

Friday, 11 November 2011 00:12

Qualifier Paxton Powers To Perth Semis

English qualifier Robert Paxton powered through to the semi-finals of the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open for the second year in a row after upsetting sixth-seeded compatriot Simon Skelton in the quarter-finals of the opening World Bowls Tour event of the season at Dewars Centre in Perth.

Thursday, 10 November 2011 00:20

Foster Makes Quarter-Finals At Dewars

After the disappointment of a second round exit last year, Scotland's world number one and world champion Paul Foster made it through to the quarter-finals of the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open after a close-fought victory over England's former world champion Billy Jackson in the opening World Bowls Tour event of the season at Dewars Centre in Perth.

Wednesday, 09 November 2011 00:05

Devonians Shine In Perth

It was a good day for the west country at the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open in Perth where Devonians Ian Bond and Robert Paxton both continued their surge in the opening World Bowls Tour event of the season to reach the quarter-finals at Dewars Centre.

Monday, 07 November 2011 22:14

Gillett Gets Marshall In Perth Upset

England's Les Gillett, a wildcard entry in the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open, produced the biggest upset on the last day of first round action in the first World Bowls Tour event of the season at the Dewars Centre in Perth when he defeated legendary Scot Alex Marshall.

Sunday, 06 November 2011 23:10

Gourlay Leads Home Interest In Perth

In his first World Bowls Tour event since being appointed Scottish Head Coach, David Gourlay delighted the local crowd at the Dewars Centre in Perth when he beat South African qualifier Barry Maitland-Stuart to reach the second round of the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open.

Sunday, 06 November 2011 07:54

Bond Makes His Mark In Perth

In his first season out of the World Bowls Tour world top 16 for more than a decade, England's Ian Bond struck back in the opening round of the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open at Dewars Centre in Perth to upset fellow Englishman Mark Royal, the world No4.

Tuesday, 01 November 2011 20:00

Champion King After More Scottish Open Success

After constantly improving, or at least maintaining, his previous year’s success in the annual World Bowls Tour championship in Scotland since his debut in 2004, defending champion Mervyn King is sure to win the 2011 The Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open in Perth next week.

 

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