East Lothian ( PRO AM)

East Lothian Indoor Bowling Club is holding it’s hugely successful Pro-Am tournament for a third year this Sunday at the Alex Marshall Arena.  The event features twenty four triples and the cream of world bowls in the shape of Alex Marshall MBE, Derek Oliver, Stewart Anderson, Darren Burnett and David Peacock.  As well as these world stage stars on show the cream of Scottish, English and East Lothian Indoor bowlers will be taking part alongside those from the Scottish Para-bowls scene and local qualifying triples.  The action kicks off at 10am on Sunday in a tournament which is sponsored by Johnston Oils and Medical & Professional Consultancy & Financial Planning.

West Lothian 7/2

Sweat on the brows and fingers bitten down to the knuckles but all ended well for the amazing gents of Balbardie who performed a great escape to secure their national league Division 1 status with a thrilling climax away victory over Cumbernauld.

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East Lothian 8/2

Last weekend the Alex Marshall Arena hosted the Premier League Decider between East Lothian and Midlothian and what an encounter it was with a large crowd enjoying a thrilling spectacle from the first to the last end.  It was the Garden County gents who hit the ground running and in the early stages of the game had opened up a 14 shot lead which at the 10 ends stage Midlothian had reduced to six shots.

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West Lothian 31/1

This weekend heralds the final round of fixtures in the national league system and opportunity knocks for the star brigade of West Lothian IBC gents team to clinch a respectable second top place in the A Division of the Premier League.

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East Lothian 1/2

A great weekend for the “older” members of the club at the Alex Marshall Arena in the shape of Mark Johnston and Janet Fairnie.

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West Lothian 24/1

West Lothian gents travel north to Arbroath this Saturday to launch their Scottish Cup campaign against Division 2 opposition Garioch of Inverurie in a prelim round clash the premier league stars are expected to win.

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