The penultimate day of the 2016 National Championships at the National Centre in Ayr including the knockout rounds in the the Singles, Pairs and Triples competitions.
Considered the biggest club event in world bowls and regularly attracting 10,000 spectators, the National Championships has gone from strength to strength following Scottish success at the 2014 Commonwealth Games lawn bowls tournament held at Kelvingrove.
Today’s action includes the knockout rounds in the Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles and also Pairs competitions. Also likely to be in action is Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Paul Foster MBE in the Men’s Triples.
The daily draws can be viewed on the Bowls Scotland website.
Play starts today at 9am.
Admission is on the day and payable at the gate. Adults £5/Under 16s free.
Multi-day tickets priced £10 per ticket are available on Tuesday 26th July (valid Tuesday 26th – Thursday 28th July) and on Friday 29th July (valid Friday 29th – Sunday 31st July).