Jonny Ross

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Jonathan Ross
Personal information
Nationality Northern Ireland
Born (1973-12-28) 28 December 1973 (age 45)
Residence Scotland
Club(indoor) West of Scotland
(outdoor) Priorscroft

Jonathan Stewart Ross is a Northern Irish bowler who was born in Lisburn.[1] He now represents Scotland after moving there.[2]

Bowls career[edit]

He was part of the winning Irish Fours team in the 2004 World Bowls Championships held in Ayr, Scotland with Jim Baker, Neil Booth and Noel Graham.[3]

He also won the British Isles Singles titles in 2001 and 2002[4] and was the first Irish player to win the Scottish outdoors singles title.[5] Jonathan partnered Noel Graham to win the prestigious Hong Kong Classic Pairs on a record equalling three occasions.[6]

He won the 2010 singles title at the Scottish National Bowls Championships bowling for the Priorscroft Bowls Club.[7]


  1. ^ "Jonathan Ross". Taylor Bowls.
  2. ^ "Jonathan Ross". World Bowls Tour.
  3. ^ ""Ireland success." Times [London, England] 7 Aug. 2004". The Times Digital Archive.
  4. ^ World Bowls Tour players - Jonathan Ross
  5. ^ Bowls: Luck of the draw runs out for Jonathan Ross
  6. ^ "HongKong Classic Pairs Winners". HKLBA.
  7. ^ "Previous Winners". Bowls Scotland.