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Scotland win Munro Cup

Day two at the LDIBIS in Falkirk and a brilliant atmosphere from all three teams to start the day. Singing and chanting and team building (writes Janice Gower). What an amazing time was had by all. Smiles. Smiles. Smiles.

Then down to business and the first session of the day. Again the Welsh squad are showing huge improvement. Holding their best ever points tally and another good scalp when top Welsh Athlete Naomi Baelz skipped her triple Harry Gwatkin and Lorna Clark to a 1 point win over the very strong England level 1 triple. But it was Scotland that proved their strength across the session and with one session of games to go the table stands. Scotland 28, England 18 and Wales 14.

The final session of competitive games. Scotland powered away to a convincing victory. A significant win coming from the Scottish tri of Paul Clapperton, Robbie Anderson and Raymond Brumby against England. 

Scotland are the LDIBIS Munro Cup Champions 2024. Final table: Scotland 36; England 20; Wales 16.

A great fun session was organised by the operations manager Ross Crawford and all the volunteers and athletes enjoyed the camaraderie of the event closing.

The presentation and awards were given by Zander Ness, Falkirk Indoor Bowls Club president. And a very proud Gary Flynn (Scotland’s Head Coach) lifted the coveted Quaich The Munro Cup. Taking the title on home soil.ย And so the curtain closes on another successful event for the amazing LDIBIS athletes and our band wagon moves to Wales and Cardiff on the 23rd and 24th April 2025.

Full report and photos in June issue.

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