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Bowls In Focus : March April 2010
And no doubt, the $125,000 prize pool would have been a seductive influence in the travel plans of the internationals from New Zealand, South Africa, USA, Canada, Guernsey, Scotland, Ireland and Malaysia, plus the 12-player England Com- monwealth Games squad. Save for the absence of a couple of dour Scots, Alex Marshall and Paul Foster, and de- lightful New Zealand champion Jo Edwards, the galaxy of stars at this year's extravaganza was a virtual 'Who's Who?' of world bowls. For the record, Victorians claimed four medals in these championships, with Clayton's Joyce Lindores powering to victory in the women's singles, while her clubmates Michael Wilks and Tony Wood took silver in the men's pairs. Our third medal came in the men's over-60 triples where Burwood's Paul Morris, Mike Chittenden and Terry Rawlings overcame a composite local side to money, enticed the current hold- ers of the world's four eminent men's and women's singles titles to venture south and stake their claim. In the men's competition the qualifying field included reign- ing Common- wealth Games gold medallist Kelvin Kerkow from Queensland and Malaysia's World Bowls champion Safuan Heroes of the Heartland
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