The concluding day of the 2017 Bowls Scotland National Championships including the semi-finals and finals in the Singles, Pairs and Triples competitions. Play starts at 9.30am with admission on the gate.
Considered the biggest club event in world bowls and regularly attracting 10,000 spectators, the Bowls Scotland National Championships has gone from strength to strength following Scottish success at the 2014 Commonwealth Games lawn bowls tournament held at Kelvingrove.
Expect to see some Scottish internationals on the National Centre greens. And keep an eye out for players from Gourock Park bowling club who had members qualify in four Gents disciplines in the lead up to this year’s Bowls Scotland National Championships. This includes three sets of father and son – Hugh & Ryan Kearns, George & Douglas Twaddle and John Reid Snr & John Reid Jnr – who are competing in the Junior Singles, Pairs and Triples events. Meanwhile in the Ladies competition 14-year-old Sophie McGrouther, one of the youngest players to qualify this year, is set to compete in the Junior Singles semi-finals.
Today’s finale includes last four matches across all competitions from 9.30am with the finals taking place at 2pm. The draw in full can be viewed on the Bowls Scotland website.
Play starts today at 9.30am.
Admission is on the day and payable at the gate at the Bowls Scotland National Championships.
Single day tickets priced: Adults £5/Under 16s accompanied by an adult can enter free of charge.
Multi-day tickets priced £10 per ticket are available on Monday 24th July only (valid Monday 24th – Wednesday 26th July) and Thursday 27th July only (valid Thursday 27th – Saturday 29th July).
Parking. A FREE to use park & ride service is located just a mile from the venue at Afton Avenue, Prestwick, KA9 2AG. Shuttle buses run every 10 minutes at peak times.