Winning the 2012 World Indoor Singles crown, Stewart has continued to be a force to be reckoned with on the WBT Ranking Tournament Circuit. Coming into the 2014-15 season Stewart is currently ranked at No. 8 and is looking forward to consolidating this with more wins to climb the ladder back to the top.
- Harlow Heads Provisional World Rankings
Thursday 17th November, 2011 by
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.
- Foster Makes Quarter-Finals At Dewars
Thursday 10th November, 2011 by
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.
- Gourlay Leads Home Interest In Perth
Sunday 6th November, 2011 by
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.
- World Champion Foster Retains World No1 Ranking
Friday 18th February, 2011 by
Success for the fourth time at the Potters Holidays World Indoor Singles Championship in January has led to Scotland’s Paul Foster retaining the World Bowls Tour world number one ranking, according the list for the 2011/12 season announced by the WBT.
- Anderson Ousts Bond In Swansea Swansong
Sunday 30th January, 2011 by
In a dramatic first round encounter on the opening day of action in the Co-operative Funeralcare Welsh Grand Prix, Scottish qualifier Stewart Anderson upset England’s No8 seed Ian Bond in the final World Bowls Tour ranking event of the season in a defeat which will see the popular ‘Devon Destroyer’ out of next season’s WBT world top 16.
- Confident Foster Sees Off Young Pretender at Potters
Thursday 13th January, 2011 by
Stewart Anderson’s hopes of reaching the final of the Potters Holidays World Indoor Singles Championship for the second year in a row were dashed today when the young Scot fell at the first hurdle to second-seeded compatriot Paul Foster in the first round of the premier World Bowls Tour event in Norfolk.
- King Stars At World Bowls Tour Awards At Potters
Sunday 9th January, 2011 by
Local hero Mervyn King emerged as the star of the night when he picked up two of the top awards at the 2010 World Bowls Tour Awards at Potters Leisure Resort in Norfolk.
- Harlow Back As Provisional World No1
Tuesday 30th November, 2010 by
A quarter-final berth in The Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open was sufficient to take England’s Greg Harlow back to No1 in the first provisional World Bowls Tour World Rankings for next season, issued by the WBT
- King Crowned Scottish Open Champion
Saturday 13th November, 2010 by
England’s Mervyn King beat Scotland’s wonder boy Stewart Anderson in today’s final of The Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open to win the World Bowls Tour title for the first time at Dewars Centre in Perth
- King & Anderson In Perth Final
Friday 12th November, 2010 by
England’s eighth seed Mervyn King and Scottish outsider Stewart Anderson will line up in Saturday’s final of The Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish International Open