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Ireland win team titles in British Isles Championships

The annual British Isles Championships were held at the weekend in Wales and it was Ireland again who won the International Team titles finishing as champions in both the Premier and “A” Team sections. The Ireland Premier team finished the weekend on 12 points with England second on 8 points, Wales third with four points and Scotland last after failing to gain a point. Norfolk’s AJ Brown, Jack Pye & Gary Best were part of the England Premier team who finished as runners-up. In the Premier Individual events England had a great weekend.  Saul Featherstone & Ryan Knights won the B.I Pairs for England with 5 points and Wales were second on 4 points. Scotland were third on 3 points while Ireland were fourth on 2 points. England’s Alex Kley added yet another win to his impressive tally winning the B.I Singles crown once again with a maximum 6 points. Ireland were second on 4 points with Wales third on 1 point and Scotland fourth also with 1 point. Adam Easthope, Jon Pitcher, Craig Strong & Ross Dunkley of England won the B.I Fours title with 4 points with Scotland second also on 4 points. Ireland were third with 2 points, the same as Wales who were fourth. In the “A” Team International event Ireland won with 10 points, England were second with 8 points, Wales third with 6 points while fourth placed Scotland failed to score. Norfolk’s Jason Woods, Chris Willies, Simon Willies & Morgan Warnes were part of the England “A” Team. In the individual “A” team events England’s Glenn Harvey won the B.I “A” Singles title after a close contest. Harvey finished with 4 points, the same as Ireland who were second and Wales who were third. Scotland failed to score. Jason Woods & Chris Willies represented England in the B.I “A” Pairs and finished in third place with 3 points. Ireland won the pairs with 6 points and Wales were second with 4 points. Scotland were fourth finishing on 1 point. Ireland won the B.I “A” Triples title with 6 points, Scotland were second on 4 points, Wales third on 2 points with England fourth after failing to score. Wales won the B.I “A” Fours title on 4 points, Ireland were second also on 4 points, England were third on 2 points and Scotland fourth on 2 points. 

 England 2023

Simon Willies, Jason Woods, Gary Best, Morgan Warnes, Jack Pye, AJ Brown & Chris Willies on England duty in Wales

England 2023 2

England's Saul Featherstone & Ryan Knights - British Isles Pairs champions


B.I Fours Champs Adam Easthope, Jon Pitcher, Craig Strong & Ross Dunkley

Alex Kley 2023

Alex Kley of England once again won the British Isles Singles Championship

Glenn Harvey

Glenn Harvey of England won the British Isles "A" Team Singles title



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