2019 World Indoor Bowls Championship

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2019 World Indoor Bowls Championship
41st World Indoor Bowls Championship
LocationEngland Hopton-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Date(s)10–27 January 2019
CategoryWorld Indoor Championships
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The 2019 Just World Indoor Bowls Championship was held at Potters Leisure Resort, Hopton-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, England, from 10–27 January 2019.[1] [2] The event is organised by the World Bowls Tour.

Stewart Anderson won his second open singles title after defeating surprise qualifier Simon Skelton in the final.[3][4] Julie Forrest of Scotland defeated Alison Merrien of Guernsey to win the women's singles.[5][6]

Alex Marshall and Paul Foster won the open pairs title for the fourth time as a pair and the sixth and fifth time respectively.[7][8] Robert Paxton and Ellen Falkner won the mixed pairs event.[9]

Winners[edit]

Event Winner
Open Singles Scotland Stewart Anderson
Women's Singles Scotland Julie Forrest
Open Pairs Scotland Paul Foster & Scotland Alex Marshall
Mixed Pairs England Robert Paxton & England Ellen Falkner
Open Under-25 Scotland John Orr

Draw and results[edit]

Open singles[edit]

First round Second round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
1 England Mark Dawes 6 8
Northern Ireland Graham McKee 6 3 1 England Dawes 9 7
16 Scotland Michael Stepney 10 3 2 16 Scotland Stepney 6 7
England Gary R Smith 6 12 1 1 England Dawes 7 6
9 Scotland Stewart Anderson 12 9 9 Scotland Anderson 8 11
Scotland Colin Walker 6 8 9 Scotland Anderson 12 6
8 England Jamie Chestney 10 10 8 England Chestney 5 6
England James Rippey 4 4 9 Scotland Anderson 8 8
5 Scotland Paul Foster 6 2 2 12 England Gillett 6 7
Wales Damian Doubler 4 8 1 5 Scotland Foster 4 9 0
12 England Les Gillett 7 9 12 England Gillett 5 2 2
England Paul Coleman 5 1 12 England Gillett 10 10
13 England Mark Royal 6 10 1 England Edwards 2 9
England Scott Edwards 7 4 2 England Edwards 7 7
4 England Robert Paxton 8 7 4 England Paxton 3 5
England Ian McIntosh 2 4 9 Scotland Anderson 11 6 2
3 Scotland David Gourlay 7 5 England Skelton 5 8 0
England Simon Skelton 8 8 England Skelton 6 6
14 Wales Jason Greenslade 9 7 2 14 Wales Greenslade 6 5
South Africa Craig Rimmington 4 9 0 England Skelton 6 6
11 England Mervyn King 12 3 2 6 Scotland Burnett 6 5
England Shaun Jones 2 8 0 11 England King 4 7
6 Scotland Darren Burnett 6 8 2 6 Scotland Burnett 11 7
Scotland Andrew Barker 9 3 0 England Skelton 2 8 2
7 England Nick Brett 9 6 7 England Brett 9 7 1
England Andy Squire 3 4 7 England Brett 12 4 2
10 Scotland Alex Marshall 11 7 2 10 Scotland Marshall 0 9 1
New Zealand Ray Martin 2 8 0 7 England Brett 9 9
15 England Andy Thomson 7 7 2 2 England Harlow 3 1
England Wayne Willgress 4 9 0 15 England Thomson 1 5
2 England Greg Harlow 11 9 2 England Harlow 10 10
Australia Brendan Egan 6 5

Women's singles[edit]

First round Semi-finals Final
               
  England Katherine Rednall 9 11
  Scotland Melanie Darroch 9 2
England Rednall 11 7 1
Scotland Forrest 2 8 2
  Wales Kerry Packwood 2 3
  Scotland Julie Forrest 10 10
Scotland Forrest 8 9
Guernsey Merrien 7 8
  New Zealand Helen Carman 5 4
  Guernsey Alison Merrien 10 12
Guernsey Merrien 9 9
England Falkner 4 3
  England Ellen Falkner 9 11
  England Janice Gower 7 9

Open pairs[edit]

First round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
1 England Jamie Chestney

England Mark Dawes

bye 1 England Chestney

England Dawes

3 6
5 Scotland Alex Marshall

Scotland Paul Foster

7 4 2 5 Scotland Foster

Scotland Marshall

6 6
Wales Damian Doubler

Wales Daniel Salmon

6 9 0 5 Scotland Foster

Scotland Marshall

2 8 2
3 England Mervyn King

Scotland David Gourlay

Scotland Walker

Scotland Duncan

9 4 1
bye 3 Scotland Gourlay

England King

4 6
7 England Les Gillett

Wales Jason Greenslade

5 4 1 Scotland Walker

Scotland Duncan

7 8
Scotland Colin Walker

Scotland Ronnie Duncan

4 5 2 5 Scotland Foster

Scotland Marshall

8 13
4 England Robert Paxton

Scotland Michael Stepney

2 England Harlow

England Brett

6 13
bye 4 England Paxton

Scotland Stepney

6 5
8 England Andy Thomson

England Mark Royal

4 6 8 England Thomson

England Royal

7 5
England Edward Elmore

England Robert Elmore

4 4 8 England Thomson

England Royal

3 2
2 England Nick Brett

England Greg Harlow

2 England Harlow

England Brett

5 7
bye 2 England Harlow

England Brett

6 9
6 Scotland Darren Burnett

Scotland Stewart Anderson

4 7 0 Australia Rankin

Australia McIlroy

5 2
Australia David Rankin

Australia Kyle McIlroy

6 3 2

Mixed pairs[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
               
England Greg Harlow

England Katherine Rednall

1 5
England Jamie Chestney

Scotland Lesley Doig

8 8
England Chestney
Scotland Doig
4 5
England Brett
New Zealand Carman
6 6
Scotland Stewart Anderson

Guernsey Alison Merrien

2 4
England Nick Brett

New Zealand Helen Carman

13 7
England Brett
New Zealand Carman
15 3 0
England Paxton
England Falkner
1 10 2
Scotland Darren Burnett

Scotland Julie Forrest

5 4
England Robert Paxton

England Ellen Falkner

7 7
England Paxton
England Falkner
8 5 2
Scotland Foster
England Gower
4 6 1
Scotland Paul Foster

England Janice Gower

4 9
Scotland David Gourlay

Scotland Melanie Darroch

4 1

Open Under 25[edit]

Semi-finals Final
          
Northern Ireland Chloe Watson 3 2
England Jordan Philpott 13 7
England Jordan Philpott 5 6
Scotland John Orr 10 8
New Zealand Dean Drummond 2 5
Scotland John Orr 11 9

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Indoor Bowls Schedule & Results". World Bowls.
  2. ^ "World Indoor Bowls Championships 2019: Schedule and BBC coverage". BBC Sport.
  3. ^ "World Indoor Bowls: Stewart Anderson wins second title". BBC Sport.
  4. ^ "Anderson claims second World Indoor title after beating Skelton in tie-break". Great Yarmouth Mercury.
  5. ^ "World Indoor Bowls: Julie Forrest wins first ladies' singles title". BBC Sport.
  6. ^ "SCOTLAND'S JULIE FORREST IS THE NEW 'JUST' 2019 LADIES WORLD INDOOR SINGLES CHAMPION". World Bowls.
  7. ^ "FOSTER & MARSHALL TAKE THE WORLD INDOOR PAIRS TROPHIES FOR THE FOURTH TIME". World Bowls.
  8. ^ "World Indoor Bowls Championship: Alex Marshall & Paul Foster win men's pairs final". BBC Sport.
  9. ^ "PAXTON AND FALKNER ARE THE NEW 2019 WORLD INDOOR MIXED PAIRS CHAMPIONS". World Bowls.