Home Nations Results - Day 3 Session 2
HOME NATIONS - DAY THREE SESSION TWO
Scotland Culzean played Ireland in the Men’s Singles with Darren Burnett claiming a decisive victory over Ireland’s Stuart Bennett. Burnett lead from the off, reaching 13:1 before winning with a final score of 21:8. Iain McLean was also playing Singles, losing to England’s Jamie Walker for Scotland Alloway.
Scotland came away with two wins in the Men’s Fours this session. Martyn Rice, Derek Oliver, John Fleming and Jason Banks were ahead from the start for Scotland Alloway against England. In the fourth end they scored 5 shots to take a 7:3 lead which they built on to finish with a 16:14 win.
For Scotland Culzean Ronnie Duncan, Darren Weir, Stewart Anderson and Paul Foster MBE had a strong start holding a 10:1 lead after 8 ends. Ireland fought back and with one end to go there was one shot separating the two teams. In an exciting finish, Scotland scored 4 shots to secure the win, final score 15:12 to Culzean.
Dee Hoggan, Hannah Smith and Lauren Baillie-Whyte represented Scotland Alloway in the Triples against an Irish side and it all came down to the last with a fantastic finish! Scotland secured the win with 5 shots in the final end to win by one. The Women’s Triples fixture against Wales for Scotland Culzean was a close fought match. The Scotland team of Claire Anderson, Natalie McWilliams and Stacey McDougall were peels at 11 after 12 but went on to lose 17:14 despite winning shots in the last two ends.
Lesley Doig and Caroline Brown were paired against a Welsh team of Sara Nicholls and Caroline Taylor for Scotland Culzean. The Scot’s had an early lead of 7:5 after 7 ends but the Welsh team then won five ends in a row building a lead. The match ended with a 17:11 win for Wales. For the Alloway side, Carla Banks and Megan Grantham teamed up against Ireland’s Catherine Beattie and Shauna O’Neill. Ireland took an initial lead but Banks and Grantham found their rhythm and built a strong lead, sitting 10:5 up after 11 ends. The Scottish pair went on to claim a comfortable win, with the final score 16:7.
Elsewhere Ireland met Wales in both the Men’s Fours and Singles, both matches going the way of the Irish teams.
The scores from today’s second session can be found below:
DAY THREE, SESSION TWO RESULTS:
Women’s Pairs (Scotland Alloway) Carla Banks & Megan Grantham 16 v (Ireland) Catherine Beattie & Shauna O’Neill 7
Women’s Triples (Scotland Alloway) Dee Hoggan, Hannah Smith, Lauren Baillie-Whyte 18 v (Ireland) Ashleigh Rainey, Courtney Meneely & Chloe Wilson 17
Women’s Pairs (Scotland Culzean) Lesley Doig & Caroline Brown 11 v (Wales) Sara Nicholls & Caroline Taylor 17
Women’s Triples (Scotland Culzean) Claire Anderson, Natalie McWilliams & Stacey McDougall 14 v (Wales) Katie Thomas, Mel Thomas & Ysie White 17
Men’s Fours (Scotland Alloway) Martyn Rice, Derek Oliver, John Fleming & Jason Banks 16 v (England) Louis Ridout, Nick Brett, Jamie Chestney & Sam Tolchard 14
Men’s Singles (Scotland Alloway) Iain McLean 9 v (England) Jamie Walker 21
Men’s Fours (Scotland Culzean) Ronnie Duncan, Darren Weir, Stewart Anderson, Paul Foster MBE 15 v (Ireland B ) Aaron Tennant, Stephen Kirkwood, Ian McClure & Mark Wilson 12
Men’s Singles (Scotland Culzean) Darren Burnett 21 v (Ireland B ) Stuart Bennett 8
Men’s Fours (Ireland A) Sam Barkley, Simon Martin, Jack Moffett & Martin McHugh 17 v Kevin James, Jarrad Breen, Ross Owen & Chris Klefenz 15 (Wales)
Men’s Singles (Ireland A) Adam McKeown 21 v (Wales) Dan Salmon 14