East Lothian bowlers continue to stay in the national limelight with both the ladies and men’s teams set to parade their skills in the finals of the national Premier Leagues. The ladies – under the management of Gordon Pryde – scaled the heights to defeat reigning national champions Auchinleck (82-76) at Cumbernauld and will line up in their first-ever PL final against Glasgow at Whiteinch on Saturday week.
West Lothian men are in the driving seat entering the final fixture in Section B of the indoor bowls Premier League, however, reigning national champions East Lothian do have a glimmer of hope. Last weekend’s showdown between the joint leaders at Livingston saw WL dictate the pace from start to finish in an 85-67 victory. West Lothian visit Paisley this Saturday. Their hosts are bottom and have already been sentenced to relegation.
Alex Marshall MBE’s hopes of extending his title triumphs in the World Indoor Singles Championship to a magnificent seven failed at the first hurdle with the 50-year-old No.4 seed making a shock exit in yesterday’s first-round play at Potters. Marshall crashed out in a straight-sets defeat from Andrew Kelly of New Zealand with the Kiwi qualifier winning 6-5 and 10-2.
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Selecting a term
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