Mixed Pairs Ladies Choice

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World Bowls Rules will apply where not covered below:-

  1. The competition will take the form of a knockout competition
  2. Each game shall be played on the days and times scheduled; otherwise defaulting players will forfeit the game
  3. Two trial ends are permitted (max 4 woods)
  4. The winners are the pair with the highest number of shots after 18 ends. In the event of the score being level after 18 ends one further end will be played to decide the winner. The toss of a coin will decide who starts the extra end
  5. Leads may visit the 'head' after delivering their 3rd and 4th bowls. Skips may visit the head after delivering their 2nd, 3rd and 4th bowls. Appendix A.4.1.2 (World Bowl Rules Crystal Mark 3rd Edition)
  6. Dead ends to be replayed
  7. Late arrival. If a player is more than 15 minutes late or advises they cannot play, the game will be awarded to their opponent. Rule 2 will apply
  8. Score cards are to be signed and timed by both skips and handed back to the competition secretary for verification


After some very competitive rounds and excellent bowling the final on the Sunday was between Sylvia Byrne and Paul Cartwright against Janet and Ian Jackson. To say Sylvia and Paul got off to a flyer would be an understatement as after only 8 ends they were up 15-2. No matter what Janet and Ian did Sylvia and Paul came in time after time to win the end. The final score after only 16 ends being played was 22-6 to Sylvia and Paul.

Many congratulations to Sylvia and Paul who had both bowled excellently throughout the competition and commiserations to Janet and Ian. Many thanks to the spectators who enjoyed a great final in glorious weather.

Photo: Paul and Sylvia

Previous Results

2017 finalist - left to right Ian Jackson, Janet Jackson, Gill Young and Trevor Young (winners)

2016 finalists - Left to right Brian and Pat Marsh with Jean Smallwood and Peter Sands