Lawn bowls at the 2010 Commonwealth Games – Men's pairs

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Lawn bowls at the
2010 Commonwealth Games
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Singles   men   women  
Pairs   men   women  
Triples   men   women  

The men's pairs competition began on October 4, 2010.[1] and finished on October 11, 2010.

Results[edit]

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Qualifying[edit]

Section A[edit]

Team Players Played Won Lost F A Pts Set Diff
South Africa Shaun Addinall & Gerry Baker 11 10 1 222 130 20 +13
Australia Mark Berghofer & Aron Sherriff 11 10 1 271 121 20 +12
Scotland Darren Burnett & Neil Speirs 11 8 3 223 120 16 +10
Northern Ireland Gary McCloy & Ian McClure 11 8 3 196 169 16 +3
Canada Michael Larue & Keith Roney 11 7 4 207 152 14 +5
Brunei Haji Brahim & Abd Haji Omar 11 6 5 196 168 12 0
Papua New Guinea Reuben Soten & Anthony Yogio 11 5 6 170 168 10 –4
Cook Islands Tupou Maihia & Kairua Takai 11 4 7 159 221 8 –1
Kenya Eric Langton & Michael Sewe 11 3 8 146 234 6 –6
Swaziland Graham Byars & Hannes Nienaber 11 3 8 118 241 6 –9
Botswana Phemelo Kebapetse & Oabona Motladiile 11 2 9 150 251 4 –10
Niue John Kumitau & Motufoli Vakaheketaha 11 0 11 141 224 0 –13

Section B[edit]

Team Players Played Won Lost F A Pts Set Diff
Malaysia Khairul Annuar Abdul Kadir & Fairul Izwan Abd Muin 11 9 2 243 113 18 +15
Jersey Malcolm de Sousa & John Lowery 11 9 2 218 152 18 +9
England Stuart Airey & Mervyn King 11 8 3 220 127 16 +9
Wales Jason Greenslade & Martin Selway 11 8 3 201 142 16 +9
Malta Brendan Aquilina & Francis Vella 11 6 5 205 164 12 +8
New Zealand Richard Collett & Danny Delany 11 6 5 229 170 12 –1
India Dinesh Kumar & Prince Mahto 11 6 5 172 193 12 –4
Malawi Laurence Arthur & Julian Arthur 11 4 7 173 207 8 –4
Guernsey Don Batiste & Ian Merrien 11 4 7 149 207 8 –7
Samoa Edward Bell & Petelo Gabriel 11 3 8 161 196 6 –6
Namibia Willem Esterhuizen & Jean Viljoen 11 2 9 92 323 4 –17
Falkland Islands George Paice & Gerald Reive 11 1 10 160 229 2 –11

Knockout Stages[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold Medal Match
                             
A1 South Africa
Bye
A1 South Africa 10 6 4
A3 Scotland 8 7 1
A3 Scotland 9 2 2
B2 Jersey 6 10 1
A1 South Africa 8 13
B3 England 7 13
B1 Malaysia
Bye
B1 Malaysia 8 4 Bronze Medal Match
B3 England 9 8
B3 England 12 10 A3 Scotland 1 14 1
A2 Australia 4 5 B1 Malaysia 15 4 5

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