BOWLS: Leading locals chase county crowns in indoor finals

PUBLISHED: 08:00 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 08:00 06 March 2018

Ed Elmore is chasing success on four fronts at the Huntingdonshire Indoor Bowling Federation finals.

Ed Elmore is chasing success on four fronts at the Huntingdonshire Indoor Bowling Federation finals.


A host of county honours are up for grabs this weekend in the Huntingdonshire Indoor Bowling Federation finals.

Huntingdon IBC, in St Peters Road, is the stage for two days of competition with 11 titles on the line in Men’s, Ladies and Mixed competitions - and there are plenty of bowlers chasing success on more than one front.

Ed Elmore will be the busiest player on show as he takes part in four finals – the Men’s Pairs and Rinks events and the Mixed equivalents.

Chloe Brett is gunning for a Ladies and Under 25 Singles double. She also teams up with her opponent in the former event – Rebecca Moorbey – as part of one of the teams in the Ladies Rinks final as well.

Brett’s father Nicky, the former World Indoor Singles champion, features in two Mixed events while Dennis Weston is through to both the Men’s Singles and Senior Singles finals.

The Fenstanton man faces Hemingfords opponent David Peak in the latter event – a repeat of the 2017 final also won by Weston.


Singles: Joe Randall vs Dennis Weston.

Senior singles: Dennis Weston vs David Peak.

Pairs: Ian Swannell/Colin Millard vs Ed Elmore/Neil Swannell.

Rinks: Ed Elmore/Rob Elmore/Simon Leader vs Steve Farrant/Hayden Moorbey/Rebecca Moorbey.


Singles: Chloe Brett vs Rebecca Moorbey.

Senior Singles: Heather McKillop v Jane Baldwin.

Pairs: Heather McKillop/Margaret Elstub vs Edith Gibbard/Nicky Verlander.

Rinks: Chloe Brett/Rebecca Moorbey/Juliet May vs Jane Baldwin/Diana Barlow/Jenny Dymond.


Under 25 Singles: Chloe Brett vs Joe Randall.

Pairs: Nicky Brett/Heather McKillop vs Ed Elmore/Rebecca Moorbey.

Rinks: Lee Swannell/Susan Swannell/Steve Farrant vs Nicky Brett/Karen Leader/Ed Elmore.

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