Home Nations Results - Day 2 Session 3


Session three marks the end of play today for the Home Nations at the National Centre for Bowling, Ayr.

Iain McLean lead from from the start in his match against Ireland’s Mark Wilson with a dominant 21:7 Victory for Scotland Alloway. A win was also on the cards for the Scotland Culzean Men’s Singles too with Darren Weir securing a fantastic win over Wales’s Jon Tomlinson. Weir got off to a strong start leading 6:0 by the fifth end and 16:6 by the eighteenth. Tomlinson scored 4 shots with 5 ends to go but it wasn’t enough to catch Weir’s already strong lead. Their match ended 21:12.

The Men’s Fours for Scotland Culzean against Wales ended in a 10:10 draw, the Scotland team of Stewart Anderson, Darren Burnett, Ronnie Duncan and Paul Foster MBE fought back from being 9:4 down in the ninth end to a nail-biting finish. Scotland Alloway took a win in the Men’s Fours with the team of Martyn Rice, Derek Oliver, John Fleming and Jason Banks demonstrating great game management to finish a comfortable 16:12 over Ireland.

Alloway were facing Culzean again this session in the Women’s Pairs and Triples. After 15 ends it was 12 apiece in the triples with Carla Banks, Megan Grantham and Natalie McWilliams securing the win with 2 shots in the penultimate end to win 15:13 again Claire Anderson, Stacey McDougall and Lauren Baillie-Whyte. Hannah Smith and Claire Johnston were paired representing Scotland Alloway against Lesley Doig and Caroline Brown for Culzean. The Alloway pair were ahead throughout reaching a 10:4 lead by end 9 and going on to finish 14:11.

In the other matches in the Women’s Triples England took a comprehensive victory over Wales. Tables turned in the Women’s Pairs with Wales securing a 20:7 win over England.


The scores from today’s third session can be found below:



  • Women’s Pairs (Scotland Alloway) Hannah Smith & Claire Johnston 14 v (Scotland Culzean) Lesley Doig & Caroline Brown 11

  • Women’s Triples (Scotland Alloway) Carla Banks, Megan Grantham & Natalie McWilliams 15 v (Scotland Culzean) Claire Anderson, Stacey McDougall & Lauren Baillie-Whyte 13

  • Men’s Fours (Scotland Alloway) Martyn Rice, Derek Oliver, John Fleming & Jason Banks 16 v (Ireland) Aaron Tennant, Stuart Bennett, Stephen Kirkwood & Ian McClure 12

  • Men’s Singles (Scotland Alloway) Iain McLean 21 v (Ireland) Mark Wilson 7

  • Men’s Fours (Scotland Culzean) Stewart Anderson, Darren Burnett, Ronnie Duncan 10 & Paul Foster MBE v (Wales) Owain Dando, Kevin James, Jarrad Breen & Ross Owen 10

  • Men’s Singles (Scotland Culzean) Darren Weir 21 v (Wales) Jon Tomlinson 12

  • Men’s Singles (Ireland) Alan Paul v (Wales) Ed Morris

  • Women’s Triples (Wales) Alis Butten, Mel Thomas & Anwen Butten 5 v (England) Sophie Tolchard, Lorraine Kuhler & Natalie Chestney 27

  • Women’s Pairs (Wales) Katie Thomas & Ysie White 20 v (England) Jamie Lea Winch & Ellen Falkner 7

  • Men’s Fours (Ireland) Sam Barkley, Jack Moffett, Simon Martin & Martin McHugh 9 v (England) Louis Ridout, Nick Brett, Jamie Chestney & Sam Tolchard 18


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