Home Nations Invitational - Day 2 Results

Scotland continued their good form on day two of the Home Nations Invitational at Leamington Spa.

Scotland A didn’t quite hit the heights of day one but still managed to return five wins from their 12 matches across todays three sessions. Scotland B kept up their consistent form and again posted an impressive seven victories from their 12 contests.

Unfortunately, there were no unbeaten records on day two for Scotland A, but Jason Banks and John Fleming did manage to secure two wins from their men’s pairs and men’s fours matches. Robert Barr and Glen Livingston were the heroes for Scotland B as both men maintained a 100% record during Saturdays play.

A full breakdown of results from day two can be found below. Tomorrow is the final day of the competition with another two sessions set to be contested on the Victoria Park greens. Results from day three will be published tomorrow afternoon.

 

SESSION ONE:-

Scotland A v England Green:

  • Women’s Singles – Emma McIntyre 21 v Kath Hawes 20
  • Women’s Fours – Kimberley Dodds, Dawn Anderson, Megan Grantham & Rachel Sinclair 11 v Rebecca Willgress, Devon Cooper, Michelle Coleman & Annie Dunham 15
  • Men’s Pairs – Jason Banks & John Fleming 19 v Mark Read & Tristian Morton 17
  • Men’s Triples – Blair Davidson, Mark O’Hagan & Connor Milne 7 v Olly Lucas, Harry Goodwin & Joe Dawson 17

Scotland B v England D:

  • Women’s Pairs – Rosemary Lenton & Pauline Wilson 20 v Michelle White & Gill Platt 17
  • Women’s Fours – Mary Wilson, Melanie Inness, Lynn Lees & Sarah Jane Ewing 16 v Craig Bowler, Julie Deferville, Jennie Sandford & Chris Turnbull 7
  • Men’s Singles – Danny Porter 5 v Kieran Rollings 21
  • Men’s Triples – Garry Hood, Glen Livingston & Robert Barr 16 v Chris Gray, Jonathan Stokes & Jack Pullin 14

 

SESSION TWO:-

Scotland A v England Green:

  • Women’s Pairs – Emma McIntyre & Rachel Sinclair 13 v Rebecca Willgress & Kath Hawes 16
  • Women’s Triples – Kimberley Dodds, Dawn Anderson & Megan Grantham 26 v Devon Cooper, Michelle Coleman & Annie Dunham 14
  • Men’s Singles – Mark O’Hagan 21 v Tristian Morton 19
  • Men’s Fours – Blair Davidson, Connor Milne, Jason Banks & John Fleming 19 v Olly Lucas, Mark Read, Harry Goodwin & Joe Dawson 10

Scotland B v Jersey A:

  • Women’s Pairs – Rosemary Lenton & Pauline Wilson 14 v Derek Boswell & Michael Rive 17
  • Women’s Triples – Garry Hood, Mary Wilson & Lynn Lees 13 v Mark Kaleta, Greg Davis & Malcolm De Sousa 16
  • Men’s Singles – Robert Barr 21 v Megan Kivlin 18
  • Men’s Fours – Melanie Inness, Kieran Rollings, Daniel Porter & Glen Livingston 22 v Suzanne Job, Carolyne Staley, Kim Gallichan & Fiona Archibald 7

 

SESSION THREE:-

Scotland A v England White:

  • Women’s Singles – Emma McIntyre 19 v Wendy King 21
  • Women’s Fours – Kimberley Dodds, Dawn Anderson, Megan Grantham & Rachel Sinclair 10 v Nicole Rogers, Paige Dennis, Rachel Tremlett & Lorraine Kuhler 18
  • Men’s Pairs – Jason Banks & John Fleming 14 v Steve Mitchinson & Wayne Willgress 17
  • Men’s Triples – Blair Davidson, Mark O’Hagan & Connor Milne 15 v Lee Haywood, Taylor Monk & Chris Yeomans 16

Scotland B v England D:

  • Women’s Singles – Melanie Inness 8 v Jonathan Stokes 21
  • Women’s Fours – Rosemary Lenton, Mary Wilson, Pauline Wilson & Lynn Lees 12 v Michelle White, Chris Gray, Gill Platt & Jack Pullin 10
  • Men’s Pairs – Garry Hood & Robert Christie 24 v Craig Bowler & Kieran Rollings 9
  • Men’s Triples – Sarah Jane Ewing, Glen Livingston & Robert Barr 29 v Julie Deferville, Jennie Sandford & Chris Turnbull 10

 

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