2023 World Bowls Championships - Day Five Preview
Scotland are all set to go for gold in the Para Women’s Pairs and Men’s Triples on day five of the 2023 World Bowls Championships.
Rosemary Lenton and Pauline Wilson will be hoping to add the World Championships crown to their Commonwealth Games gold medal from 12 months ago. Standing in their way of a historic double is New Zealand’s Julie O’Connell and Teri Blackburn, who the Scots lost out to during the group stages.
Our Men’s Triples team of Paul Foster MBE, Derek Oliver and Alex Marshall MBE will be looking to add yet another medal to their ever-growing CV’s. The multiple Commonwealth Games gold medallists come up against Corey Wedlock, Aron Sherriff and Carl Healey of Australia in what should be a thrilling final.
Both matches will be live streamed on Bowls Australia’s Facebook page on Saturday 2nd September, timings can be found in the schedule below. Be sure to tune in to what will hopefully be a memorable day for the Scottish team.
Keep up to date with live scores and all other World Bowls Championships information here: https://world2023.bowls.com.au/
Session 1 – 3am (BST):
- Final: Para Women’s Pairs – Rosemary Lenton & Pauline Wilson v New Zealand
Session 2 – 6.30am (BST):
- Final: Men’s Triples – Paul Foster MBE, Derek Oliver & Alex Marshall MBE v Australia