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  • Scot Paul Foster Is New Wbt World Number One
    Tuesday 16th February, 2010 by Howard Harding
    Scotland’s Paul Foster Crowns A Historic Season On The World Bowls Tour By Emerging As The New World Number One, According To The Wbt World Rankings For The 2010/11 Season Which Are Announced Today.
  • World Champion Harlow Heads New Wbt Provisional Rankings
    Thursday 28th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    His Triumph In Sunday’s Final Of The Potters Holidays World Indoor Singles Championship In Norfolk Not Only Made Greg Harlow World Champion For The First Time, But It Has Also Pushed The Englishman To The Top Of The Latest Provisional World Bowls Tour World Rankings, Issued Today By The World Bowls Tour.
  • Brett Brings Down Teen Breen At Potters
    Wednesday 20th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    Unseeded Englishman Nick Brett Ended The Giant-killing Run Of Welsh Teenager Jarrad Breen In Today’s Third Round Of The Potters Holidays World Indoor Singles Championship – And Later Claimed That The 17-year-old Qualifier Was ‘a Breath Of Fresh Air’ For The World Bowls Tour.
  • Marshall Downed By Qualifier Anderson At Potters
    Tuesday 19th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    A Supremely Confident Performance By Scottish Junior Stewart Anderson In Today’s Third Round Of The Potters Holidays World Indoor Singles Championship In Norfolk Led To The Shock Exit Of Fellow Countryman Alex Marshall, The Record Five Times World Champion, After A Dramatic Encounter Which Went To The Wire.
  • Gourlay & Foster Progress To World Quarters
    Monday 18th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    Scots David Gourlay And Paul Foster Claimed The First Two Places In The Quarter-finals Of The Potters Holidays World Indoor Singles Championship After Surviving Closely-contested Third Round Matches Today In The Flagship World Bowls Tour Event In Norfolk.
  • Whizz Kid Breen Despatches World No2 Royal At Potters
    Tuesday 12th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
  • Wood Taken To The Wire As Ross Triumphs At Potters
    Monday 11th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    Willie Wood’s Fairy-tale Return To The Potters Holidays World Indoor Singles Championship After An 11-year Absence Ended In Disappointment Tonight In The Flagship World Bowls Tour Event In Norfolk When The 71-year-old Scot Was Beaten By Ireland’s 16th Seed Jonathan Ross In A Dramatic Second Round Match Which Went To The Wire.
  • Bond & Thomson Celebrate Dramatic World Pairs Triumph
    Sunday 10th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    It Took Former World Champion Andy Thomson To Deliver “the Greatest Bowl I’ve Ever Played” To Clinch A Dramatic Victory Over Twice Champions Billy Jackson & David Gourlay In Today’s Final Of The Potters Holidays World Pairs Championship In Norfolk.
  • Former Champions Line Up For World Pairs Final
    Saturday 9th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    Victories Against The Seeding In Both Semi-finals In The Potters Holidays World Pairs Championship Today Will Lead To England’s 2008 Champions Ian Bond & Andy Thomson Taking On Britons Billy Jackson & David Gourlay, Winners Of The Title In 2006 And 2007, In Sunday’s Final Of The World Bowls Tour Event At Potters Leisure Resort In Norfolk.
  • Skelton In Sensational Form At Potters
    Friday 8th January, 2010 by Howard Harding
    After One Of The Best Displays Of Bowls Ever Seen At Potters Leisure Resort In Norfolk, Rising English Star Simon Skelton Partnered Compatriot Mark Royal, The World Number Two From Suffolk, Through To Saturday’s Semi-finals Of The Potters Holidays World Pairs Championship.