2023 British Isles Championships preview
The combined men’s and women’s 2023 British Isles Championships will be contested at the National Centre for Bowling, Ayr on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th June.
National champions from Scotland, England, Ireland, Jersey, and Wales will battle it out to be crowned British Isles champions in their respective disciplines.
Scotland will be represented by our 2022 National Championships winners along with the 2023 Linda Brennan Ladies U25 Pairs winners, Amy Blyth and Emma Blyth.
Please find below a list of Scotland’s representatives and clubs:
- Mixed U18 Singles – Jamie Noon (Ayr Craigie BC)
- Women’s U25 Singles – Chelsea Bain (Thurso BC)
- Men’s U25 Singles – Danny Stevenson (East Lothian Co-Op BC)
- Women’s U25 Pairs – Amy Blyth (Markinch BC) & Emma Blyth (Tranent BC)
- Women’s Singles – Natalie McWilliams (Crookston BC)
- Men’s Singles – Darren Gualtieri (Hyndland BC)
- Women’s Pairs – Jean Fisher & Lauren Forgie (Bridge of Allan BC)
- Men’s Pairs – James Burnett & Sam Gray (Prestongrange BC)
- Women’s Triples – Chloe Thomson, Tracey Breslin & Nicole McKean (Tanfield BC)
- Men’s Triples – Steven Guthrie, Frances Leitch & Stuart Gemmell (Auchinleck BC)
- Women’s Fours – Alison Brown, Doreen Reeder, Margaret Kain & Vikki Turner (Buchan Park BC)
- Men’s Fours – Josh Spalding, Lewis Betts, Daniel Gormley & Andy Caldwell (Craigentinny BC)
- Women’s Senior Fours – Kay Purves, Veronica Cockburn, Sheila Douglas & Jane Carruthers (Chirnside BC)
- Men’s Senior Fours – Arthur Anderson, David Patulo, Donald Stewart & Gordon Watson (Canmore BC)
To view the full schedule, please click here.