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Final Group positions in Worlds

Jack Pye, AJ Brown & Adam Smith finished top of the World Triples “A” group with a faultless 16 points and +80 shots with Jim Fox, Shane Hand & Paul Duff of Ireland second on 14 points. Group B was won by the Welsh triple of Aled Humphreys, Chris McWhinnie & Nick Evans with 18 points and second were Trevor Stinson, Raymond Brown & Charlie Clarke of Ireland with 15 points. Josh Hales’ England triple just missed out on the semi-finals finishing third. In the World Pairs Jason Woods & Chris Willies qualified for the semi-finals by finishing second in Group A with 16 points behind Jonathan Gladstone & Andrew Hudson of Wales who gained 20 points. After a difficult first day Jason & Chris had their backs to the wall but played some great bowls afterwards to earn their semi-final place.  Group B was won by Liam Farrington & Peter Reece of Wales with 19 points and second were Saul Featherstone & Ryan Knight of England with 18 points. In the World Fours Danny Hogben, Richard Stagg, Gary Best & Jody Frampton won Group A with 14 points and +98 shots with Andrew Leckey’s Irish rink second on 14 points and +96 shots. Group B was won by Mikey John’s four with England’s Adam Easthope, Nathan Caines, Craig Strong & Ross Dunkley second. In the World Singles Group A was won by England’s Matty Worden with Ireland’s Gary McNabb second. In Group B England’s Alex Kley won with Sean Hughes of Wales in second place.

World 2 

Jason Woods & Chris Willies recovered well

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