Bowls: Grant Logan beats cousin Scott for Kirkliston crown
Grant Logan has etched his name on the championship board at Kirkliston for a ninth time as the 40-year-old Scotland star captured the coveted Singles title at the expense of his 31-year-old cousin Scott Logan in an entertaining 24-end final.
Colin Mitchell holds his nerve to win Carrick Knowe club title
Carrick Knowe ace Colin Mitchell turned up trumps in the final of the Club Triples championship, but it was a close call before the 43-year-old skipped Kevin Tennant and Darren Hush to a 15-14 victory.
Shearer success brings title boost to ailing Bo’ness club
In what is sadly expected to be the last throw of the dice under the 153-year-old banner of Bo’ness Bowling Club, their ace player has won the WLBA Champion of Champions title for a record-extending fifth time.
London Road Foundry have regained the ladies’ Edinburgh Cup sponsored by Gifted of Stockbridge but the 2014 champions had to battle hard, only regaining their title by one shot against defending champions Goldenacre.
Junior Scotland cap Daniel Gormley delivered the goods in exciting style to capture the Under-25 Singles crown in the finals of the Buyrite Bathrooms-sponsored Knockout Championships of the Edinburgh Bowling League at Tanfield.
Carrick Knowe’s impact on the Edinburgh Bowling League is fast becoming one of giant proportions with the club’s second season of membership highlighted by their capture of the Specsavers-sponsored Edinburgh Cup.
Marshall into quarter-finals as he targets Tait title No.6
Slateford bowler Robert Marshall has reeled off a hat-trick of wins in his latest bid to capture the coveted Edinburgh & Leith Champion of Champions ‘Tait Trophy’ for a sixth time and the 52-year-old is the only previous winner through to the quarter-finals.
Greg Logan is basking in the limelight of being crowned the Johnston Oils-sponsored West Lothian Masters champion having reeled off a hat-trick of wins in the final day’s play at Newbridge BC to capture the £1000 title and signature Green Jacket.
Craigentinny and Maitland take EBL race to last round
The Division 1 title race in the Alpha Trophies-sponsored Edinburgh Bowling League will go right down to the wire with record seven-times winners Craigentinny entering next week’s final round of fixtures defending a narrow one-and-a-half point lead over Maitland.
Round three of the Johnston Oils-sponsored West Lothian Masters ruled two more seeds out of contention for the £1000 title with Andrew Dunnett (3) of Queensferry and Bryan Cooper (9) of Bathgate both biting the dust.