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Jon Wilson uses bowls platform to raise autism awareness

England’s Jon Wilson shocked the crowds at Potters Resort at this year's World Indoor Championships with his walk-on music of ArrDee’s Hello Mate ft. Kyra, a tune that probably wouldn’t make the playlist of the majority of spectators

ONES TO WATCH | Top young talents in bowls

The next generation of sporting talent is already making its mark locally and around the world. We’ve picked out some of the sport’s emerging talents to keep an eye on for future honours at international level. KATE ARGENT-BOWDEN

EXCLUSIVE | Ceri Ann Glen on her bowls comeback

Thirteen years since playing her last competitive bowls match, Welsh-Aussie Ceri Ann Glen (nee Davies), now living in Scotland, is back on the green and performing at the highest levels. Ceri Ann, 43, is a former Welsh international who

HOT SHOTS CLUB | March 2023

Congratulations to two gold badge winners Steve Harris, of Basingstoke Town BCand Jennie Maunder of Newquay IBC. One of the first hot shots of 2023 was achieved on January 2 by Dolphin IBC’s Paul Fowell, Eric Munden and Des Maguire,

Bowls England announce multi-year partnership with Aviva

Bowls England and Aviva have announced a strategic multi-year partnership, with the insurance, wealth and retirement company becoming the principal partner to Bowls England, the governing body for lawn bowls in England. The partnership

British Isles schedule agreed for 2023

The Home Nations have agreed a competition schedule and format for the 2023 outdoor season which includes senior and junior internationals, British Isles Championships and an Under 18s Test Match. The joint men’s and women’s British

MBEs for Sandra Bailie and Lucy Beere

Ireland’s Sandra Bailie is appointed MBE for services to bowls and Lucy Beere, of Guernsey, is awarded an MBE for services to sport in the 2023 New Year’s Honours List. Sandra Bailie holds the record for the highest number of Irish

Australian bowls receives significant funding boost

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) will increase bowls’ funding by 59% to $5.6 million in the cycle leading up to the Victoria 2026 Commonwealth Games. It will include a ramped up para program that will assist the Right at Home