Norfolk Bowls

Beccles Indoor Bowls Club's Ben Harber. Picture: Nick Butcher.

Thrills and spills in Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League as top flight enjoys a weekend off

With no games in the top division the focus of last weekend’s fixtures in the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League centred on the fight for promotion from Division Two.

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World Indoor Bowls Champion Darren Burnett back at work at Arbroath police station after his fantastic success at the weekend. He's back on the beat on Arbroath High Street pictured with Ella Smith; Photo: Paul Reid.

Man who triumphed against Norfolk indoor bowls champ is back on the beat in Scotland

Police officer Darren Burnett was back pounding the beat after achieving world bowls glory against Norfolk champ Mervyn King.

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World Bowls Men's singles final between Darren Burnett (red) and Mervyn King.
Darren Burnett wins the title.

Final heartbreak for Norfolk’s Mervyn King at World Indoor Bowls Championship at Potters Resort

Norfolk’s Mervyn King played some of the best bowls of his career at the weekend - but he still didn’t manage to add a second world indoor title to his collection at Potters Resort, Hopton-on-Sea.

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World Bowls Championships 2014 at the Potters Resort in Hopton.
Rebecca Field (red) v Katherine Rednall (green).
World Indoor Womens singles final.

Picture: James Bass

Norwich bowls star Bex Field is defeated by Ipswich teenager Katherine Rednall in Women’s Matchplay singles final at Potters

Norwich bowls player Rebecca ‘Bex’ Field has been defeated in the WBT World Women’s Matchplay singles final by East Anglian rival Katherine Rednall.

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Defending champion Bex Field, from Norwich, is all smiles after sealing her Women's Matchplay final place by beating Julie Forrest at Potters. Picture: Nick Butcher

East Anglian derby clash for Women’s Matchplay final at World Indoor Bowls Championships

Today’s final in the Just Retirement World Bowls Tour Women’s Matchplay singles at Potters Resort in Hopton-on-Sea will feature two young East Anglians, whose ages add up to only 42 years – a record statistic that reflects how younger bowls players are coming to the fore.

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