Wadlow steals the show at North Cambs Bowls Indoor County Finals

PUBLISHED: 13:30 24 February 2014 | UPDATED: 13:30 24 February 2014

County bowls.Wisbech indoor bowls club. Chris Wadlow. Picture: Steve Williams.

County bowls.Wisbech indoor bowls club. Chris Wadlow. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Christine Wadlow was the star of the show at the County Indoor Finals at Wisbech Indoor Bowls Club on Saturday.

Wadlow won four titles and was denied the chance at a fifth because her opponent was injured, with the final re-arranged for a later date.

The day saw a host of gripping, competitive matches where the result could have gone either way.

County winners will represent North Cambs in the National EBF/EWBF indoor finals at Newark from April 22-26.

A North Cambs Bowls spokesman said: “Thanks to Wisbech Indoor Bowls Club for allowing the indoor competition qualifying rounds at the club and the county finals and Umpires for giving their time over the weekend.”

Full results: Ladies 2 bowl rinks - C Wadlow, J Hearle, L Quibell 26 v P Adams, A Balls, E Phillips 7; Men’s 2 bowl rinks - D Bailey, G Semper, N Carter 21 v J Ivatt, N Eagle, I Lawson 19; under-25 2 bowl singles - R Barr 20 v J Gowler 21; Men’s Senior Singles - R Allen 21 v E Clarke 20; Ladies 2 bowl pairs - C Wadlow, J Savage 24 v J Hearle, L Quibell 14; Men’s 2 bowl pairs - R Allen, J Chambers 18 v F Howard, R Rawson 20; Men’s 4 bowl singles - P Porter 19 v F Howard 21; Ladies 4 bowl singles - C Wadlow 23 v L Quibell 11; Mixed 2 bowl rinks - R Allen, J Chambers, C Wadlow 9 v J Fox, J Savage, E Clarke 21; Mixed 2 bowl pairs - R Allen, C Wadlow 25 v F Howard, L Quibell 10; Ladies Senior Singles - C Wadlow v P Adams to be rearranged and played before March 24 due to injury.

For full details of all North Cambs activities go to www.northcambsebf.co.uk

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