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Bowls England sign up new sponsor


Bowls England has announced Yakult as the new official sponsor of two major national team competitions for young players. The drinks company will sponsor the Amy Rose Bowl and the White Rose Trophy. Bowls England Chief Executive,


Tony Allcock MBE, is happy Yakult has decided to become part of the bowls community. He said: “We are delighted to


welcome Yakult as official sponsors of Bowls England and wish to thank them for their support.” The Amy Rose Bowl is played during the Women’s National Championships in Royal Leamington Spa and the White Rose Trophy takes place alongside the Men’s National Championships in Worthing. The finals of the inter-county


events are on 4 and 10 August respectively. Devon are the reigning champions in both competitions, keeping up their tradition of producing top-quality young


players. As part of the sponsorship deal, players and spectators will be treated to a free bottle of Yakult at both championships. Sales and Marketing Director


for Yakult Andrew Nash said: “It has been said that bowls is a game that takes just seconds to


Yakult as official sponsors of Bowls England and wish to thank them for their support”


learn – but to play consistently well demands determination concentration and practice – so we would like to wish England’s young bowlers the very best of luck in these two national competitions.”


Scots set for county battle in Lanarkshire


The final of the Co-operative Funeralcare Scottish Inter County Top Ten Tournament will be hosted by Eddlewood Bowling Club in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, on Sunday 9 June. The preliminary round will be held on Sunday 12 May with the first and second rounds on 19 and 26 May. Two-time reigning champions


Kirkliston have a record four titles to their name, but will not be competing this year after losing their West Lothian qualifying final to Bathgate.


Edinburgh champions Slateford will be looking for a third title, having won the tournament in 1996 and 1997. Other previous winners in the


field include Polmaise of Stirling County and East Lothian club Cockenzie and Port Seton. Castle Douglas of Stewartry and


Strathmiglo of Fife will be looking to avenge past runner-up finishes, while Bogleha represent Argyll and Bute for an eighth time. First-time challengers include


Westermains of Dunbartonshire and Borders champions Melrose.


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