Ross Davis and Malcolm De Sousa have toppled Ireland in the Men’s British Isles Pairs Final and are now Champions, congratulations lads enjoy your success.
Earlier in the Day, Thomas Greechan, Mike Videgrain and Graham Thomas fell to Wales in The Men’s British Isles Triples Final, Commiserations to them a fantastic effort.
Men’s British Isles Results:
A mixed bag against our near neighbours
Men’s Fours Prelim:
Jersey 18-21 Guernsey
Men’s Pairs Prelim:
Jersey 18-15 Guernsey
The pairs move to play Scotland in the semi finals tomorrow.
Singles, U25 Singles, Triples and Senior Fours will start their campaigns tomorrow as well.
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2018 (Played 2019)
M De Sousa & G Davis (Jersey) 19-17 M Le Ber & B Harvey (Guernsey)
T Greechan, M Videgrain & G Thomas (Jersey) 15-16 G Pitschou, M Solway & L Le Ber (Guernsey)
C Grimes (Jersey) 18-21 L Beere (Guernsey)
E Southern & L Simon (Jersey) 31-15 J Nicolle & L Small (Guernsey)
Glorious warm sunshine raining down on us for the Channel Island Finals at St Brelade’s bowls club.
Session 1 results:
M Job (Jersey) 21-12 M Totty (Guernsey)
A Quemard, C Renouf, A Shaw & D Boswell (Jersey) 19-20 M Le Ber, B Harvey, M Solway & L Le Ber (Guernsey) (after extra end)
B Foord, F Videgrain, R Le Boutilier & G Stark (Jersey) 18-24 R De La Mare, J Williams, J Kimber, G De La Mare (Guernsey)
Ladies Senior Fours:
J Holmes, J Mayo, S McGinnigle & C Grimes (Jersey) 25-12 M Saunders, J Solway, J Nicole & L Small
The Channel Island Finals are being played this weekend at St Brelades Bowls club.
We hope the weather is going to be good so please come along and support our players against our close neighbours!!!
Men’s Fours Final
Jersey 13-14 Scotland
14th end holding the game, Alex Marshall plays one of his best to chip the jack across for 6 to level the game into the last. The Scots produced their best to win the last end to snatch gold.
A fantastic effort by the lads who come away with silver, they could not have given any more.
The Welsh dragons have been slayed!!!
Men’s Fours Semi Final:
Jersey 12-8 Wales
The lads will have a repeat of the 2015 final against Scotland to defend the fours gold medal.
The game is at 10am tomorrow at Penylan.
They’ve gone and done it!!!
Mens Fours Playoff
Jersey 12-8 South Africa
They are assured a bronze and will now play Wales in the semi final at 2:30pm at Barry
Final games flourish and a South African showdown to come
Jersey 18-10 Kenya
Jersey 11-21 Wales
Final group standings:
Men’s singles 4th qualifies for world bowls
Ladies Pairs 5th qualifies for world bowls
Ladies Triples 7th, just miss out for qualification
Men’s Fours 3rd qualifies for world bowls and a playoff spot.
Playoff/semi final draw in men’s Fours
Jersey v South Africa with the winner facing Wales
Namibia v Ireland with the winner facing Scotland
Great effort from all the players the last 2 weeks and let’s hope the lads can push on in the fours and get a medal!!!
Last end heartbreakers…
Today’s results, preview for tomorrow and permutations.
Ross has a great start to the day with a comfortable 21-12 win against Isle Of Man. Next up England’s Jamie Walker. Ross was on fire racing to a 10-1 lead but Jamie proved why he is one of England’s finest. Ross at 20-15 up first bowl front toucher 3 inches off the jack covered great game looked won and Jamie took the bowl clean without moving the jack. 2 fantastic ends later Jamie ran out a 21-20 win on Ross. Ross moves into the final day with a top 6 place secure but a playoff place gone needing a miracle.
Jersey 21-12 Isle Of Man
Jersey 20-21 England
The ladies started knowing a top 6 place and world bowls was as good as secure but a tough start against Wales killed their hopes of a playoff place. The ladies played their final game against South Africa and topped off a fine campaign with a win ensuring top 6.
Jersey 11-16 Wales
Jersey 15-12 South Africa
A day where wins were a must started well with a win over Switzerland. Into the afternoon, they faced the Dutch who unfortunately ran out comfortable winners meaning the ladies will not make top 6 and won’t qualify for world bowls. They will play their final game tomorrow with pride and try finish on a high
Jersey 16-13 Switzerland
Jersey 13-26 Netherlands
Starting the day in the most comfortable in all four disciplines, the guys found themselves in 2 tough games. Going into the last end level, the plan worked to get the jack on the T with burning it scoring a 2. Another tough game followed and again going into the last end level, it went the way of the opposition and a tough loss. Top 6 fully secure and barring a hammering tomorrow, a playoff place secure. They need a big win against Wales and Namibia to lose against Guernsey to top the group
Jersey 14-12 Israel
Jersey 12-13 Zimbabwe
Men’s Singles at Barry
Jersey v Argentina at 8:30am
Ladies Triples at Dinas Powys
Jersey V Kenya at 11am
Men’s Fours at Penarth
Jersey v Wales at 8:30am