2000 World Outdoor Bowls Championship

The 2000 Men's World Outdoor Bowls Championship [1] was held at Marks Park Bowling Club, in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 1 to 15 April 2000.
The 2000 Women's World Outdoor Bowls Championship was held at Moama Bowling Club in Moama, Australia from 8 to 25 March 2000.

World Outdoor Championships 2000
9th World Outdoor Bowls Championships
LocationSouth Africa Johannesburg, South Africa (men's) Australia Moama, Australia (Women's)
Date(s)1 April – 15 April 2000 (Men's)
8 March – 25 March 2000 (women's)
CategoryWorld Outdoor Championships
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MedallistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze Bronze
Men's singles
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Jeremy Henry
 
Steve Glasson
 
Jeff Rabkin
 
Tony Allcock
Men's pairs
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Alex Marshall
George Sneddon
 
Shaun Addinall
Gerry Baker
 
Brett Duprez
Mark Jacobsen
 
Russell Meyer
Paul Girdler
Men's triples
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Andrew Curtain
Rowan Brassey
Peter Belliss
 
Adam Jeffery
Steve Glasson
Rex Johnston
 
Robert Marshall
Jim McIntyre
Willie Wood
 
Martin McHugh
Ian McClure
Gary McCloy
Men's fours
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Mark Williams
Robert Weale
Stephen Rees
Will Thomas
 
Bruce Makkink
Bobby Donnelly
Shaun Addinall
Neil Burkett
 
Robert Marshall
George Sneddon
Jim McIntyre
Willie Wood
 
Russell Meyer
Paul Girdler
Rowan Brassey
Peter Belliss
Men's team  
Australia
 
Scotland
 
New Zealand
 
N/A
Women's singles
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Margaret Johnston
 
Rita Jones
 
Karen Murphy
 
N/A
Women's pairs
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Margaret Letham
Joyce Lindores
 
Karen Murphy
Arrienne Wynen
 
Jean Baker
Mary Price
 
N/A
Women's triples
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Sharon Sims
Anne Lomas
Patsy Jorgensen
 
Katherine Hawes
Jill Polley
Norma Shaw
 
Willow Fong
Margaret Sumner
Roma Dunn
 
N/A
Women's fours
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Jan Khan
Patsy Jorgensen
Sharon Sims
Anne Lomas
 
Julie Forrest
Betty Forsyth
Sarah Gourlay
Joyce Lindores
 
Willow Fong
Margaret Sumner
Roma Dunn
Arrienne Wynen
 
N/A
Women's team   England   Australia   Scotland  
N/A

ResultsEdit

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W.M.Leonard TrophyEdit

Pos Team Total
1   Australia 88
2   Scotland 86+
3   New Zealand 86+
4   South Africa 80
5   Wales 77
6   Ireland 77
7   England 65
8   Zimbabwe 62
9   Hong Kong 61
10   Israel 56
11   Malaysia 55
12   Canada 45
13   Jersey 42
14   Fiji 41
15   United States 38
16   Swaziland 34
17   Zambia 33
18   Namibia 27
19   Norfolk Island 25
20   Guernsey 16
21   Botswana 15
22   Argentina 13
23   Singapore 10

+ Scotland won bronze on shots 370.20 to 248.40

Taylor TrophyEdit

Pos Team Total
1   England 111
2   Australia 110
3   Scotland 106
4   New Zealand 104
5   Wales 99
6   Jersey 98
7   South Africa 88
8   Ireland 86
9   Malaysia 85
10   Swaziland 79
11   Israel 73
12   Papua New Guinea 72
13   Guernsey 71
14   Norfolk Island 71
15   Canada 71
16   Zimbabwe 66
17   Fiji 65
18   Zambia 63
19   Namibia 61
20   Hong Kong 60
21   Spain 58
22   United States 58
23   Cook Islands 57
24   Kenya 46
25   Botswana 44
26   India 40
27   Brunei 39
28   Samoa 37
29   Singapore 36
30   Thailand 31
31   Argentina 31
32   Netherlands 27
33   Brazil 24
34   Japan 9

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "World Bowls Championships" (PDF). worldbowls.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-02-24. Retrieved 2015-03-07.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". The Times. Archived from the original on 2017-01-18. Retrieved 2015-03-07.