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Battling Chloe Watson beaten in semi-final of World Indoor Championships

By David Mason

Published 20/04/2015

Bangor girl Chloe Watson failed to add to her array of honours in her final outing of the indoor bowls campaign in Jersey.

The 18-year-old, who struck gold in the British Mixed Pairs and Women's Under-25 Singles Championships this season, lost in the World Indoor Bowls Council Championships ladies singles semi-final to Scotland's Leanne Fuyre (8-5, 7-5).

And she had to settle for a silver medal in the Mixed Pairs with John McCullough.

Results, NI Provincial Bowling Association Senior League:

Cookstown 101 (7) Letterkenny 49 (0) Rink 1: C Hogg 29 M White 12, Rink 2: C McHugh 25 J Marshall 13, Rink 3: M Wilson 23 D O'Kane 11, Rink 4: D McElroy 23 C Mabon 13.

Limavady 78 (1) Dunluce 79 (6) Rink 1: W Moore 16 U McKeeman 21, Rink 2: S Corscadden 19 A Kennedy 21, Rink 3: S Wylie 27 R Kane 17, Rink 4: A Barr 16 P Moore 20.

Ballycastle 67 (2) Portrush 86 (5) Rink 1: F Morrow 14 J Smyth 25, Rink 2: J McMullan 10 D Smith 22, Rink 3: J McGarry 26 E Curran 23, Rink 4: N McNeill 17 M Thompson 16.

Portglenone 64 (1.5) Ballymoney 89 (5.5) Rink 1: M Jones 11 A Paul 31, Rink 2: E McCann 11 G Kelly 17, Rink 3: C Jones 21 W McCaw 20, Rink 4: J Moore 21 B McAlary 21.

Coleraine 86 (6) City of Derry 70 (1) Rink 1: J Calvin 21 K McConomy 25, Rink 2: V Dallas 21 K Lynch 15, Rink 3: A Davison 18 J Campbell 17, Rink 4: I Ross 26 R Kincaid 13.

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