2012 World Outdoor Bowls Championship

The 2012 World Outdoor Bowls Championship [1] was held at the Lockleys Bowling Club in Adelaide, Australia, from 24 November - 9 December 2012.
Some of the qualifying Rounds were held at the nearby Holdfast Bowling Club in Glenelg North.
Leif Selby won the men's singles Gold and the pairing of Alex Marshall and Paul Foster took the pairs Gold.[2] Scotland also won the Triples but Australia struck Gold in the Fours and Leonard Trophy.
In the women's events Australia were dominant winning the singles won by Karen Murphy, pairs, triples and Taylor Trophy. Only the Scotland team managed to stop a complete clean sweep after claiming the Fours.

World Outdoor Championships 2012
12th World Outdoor Bowls Championships
LocationAustralia Adelaide, Australia
Date(s)24 November - 9 December 2012.
CategoryWorld Bowls Championship
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MedallistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze Bronze
Men's Singles
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  Leif Selby   Ryan Bester   Shannon McIlroy   Gerry Baker
Men's Pairs
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  Alex Marshall
Paul Foster
  Aron Sherriff
Leif Selby
  Ryan Bester
John Bezear
  Jamie Chestney
Graham Shadwell
Men's Triples
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  Graeme Archer
Darren Burnett
David Peacock
  Mark Casey
Brett Wilkie
Wayne Ruediger
  Neil Booth
James Talbot
Paul Daly
  Ali Forsyth
Matt Gallop
Tony Grantham
Men's Fours
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  Mark Casey
Brett Wilkie
Wayne Ruediger
Aron Sherriff
  Gidion Vermeulen
Bobby Donnelly
Clinton Roets
Petrus Breitenbach
  Alex Marshall
Graeme Archer
Darren Burnett
David Peacock
  Neil Booth
James Talbot
Paul Daly
Ian McClure
Men's Team   Australia   Scotland   South Africa   N/A
Women's Singles
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  Karen Murphy   Val Smith   Kelly McKerihen   Natalie Melmore
Women's Pairs
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  Rebecca Quail
Kelsey Cottrell
  Jo Edwards
Val Smith
  Ainie Knight
Milagros Witheridge
  Margaret Letham
Claire Johnston
Women's Triples
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  Karen Murphy
Lynsey Armitage
Natasha Van Eldik
  Mandy Boyd
Jan Khan
Lisa White
  Lynn Stein
Caroline Brown
Michelle Cooper
  Kathy Pearce
Caroline Taylor
Lisa Forey
Women's Fours
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  Margaret Letham
Caroline Brown
Lynn Stein
Michelle Cooper
  Auni Fathiah Kamis
Nur Fidrah Noh
Zuraini Khalid
Azlina Arshad
  Anwen Butten
Kathy Pearce
Hannah Smith
Lisa Forey
  Colleen Piketh
Susan Nel
Santjie Steyn
Esme Steyn
Women's Team   Australia   New Zealand   Scotland   N/A

ResultsEdit

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W.M.Leonard TrophyEdit

Pos Team Singles Pairs Triples Fours Total
1   Australia 24+3 23+2 23+2 24+3 104
2   Scotland 20 24+3 24+3 21+1 96
3   South Africa 21+1 16 18 23+2 81
4   New Zealand 22+1 17 22+1 17 80
5   Canada 23+2 22+1 11 18 77
6   Ireland 12 19 21+1 22+1 76
7   Wales 16 20 14 20 70
8   England 15 21+1 12 19 68
9   Jersey 19 15 17 12 63
10   Malaysia 17 13 16 16 62
11   Namibia 6 18 13 14 51
12   China 8 14 19 8 49
13   Japan 18 1 20 6 45
14   Philippines 10 8 15 10 43
15   Hong Kong 13 4 10 13 40
16   Fiji 14 9 8 7 38
17   United States 7 10 5 15 37
18   Zimbabwe 4 11 9 11 35
19   Spain 9 6 2 9 26
20   Israel 11 3 7 5 26
21   Brazil 2 12 1 2 17
22   Botswana 1 7 6 3 17
23   Thailand 5 5 3 1 14
24   Brunei 3 2 4 4 13

Taylor TrophyEdit

Pos Player Singles Pairs Triples Fours Total
1   Australia 24+3 24+3 24+3 16 97
2   New Zealand 23+2 23+2 23+2 18 93
3   Scotland 14 21+1 22+1 24+3 86
4   England 22+1 20 18 20 81
5   South Africa 20 18 19 21+1 79
6   Wales 13 19 21+1 22+1 77
7   Malaysia 12 14 16 23+2 67
8   Philippines 7 22+1 15 19 64
9   Israel 15 13 14 13 55
10   Hong Kong China 17 11 20 6 54
11   Netherlands 10 15 9 15 49
12   Canada 21+1 4 17 5 48
13   Ireland 19 12 7 8 46
14   Spain 5 17 11 9 42
15   Jersey 4 16 12 10 42
16   Fiji 2 9 10 17 38
17   Cyprus 6 10 8 12 36
18   Norfolk Island 18 8 5 3 34
19   Brunei 16 5 2 11 34
20   Thailand 11 2 13 4 30
21   United States 3 6 4 14 27
22   Japan 8 3 6 2 19
23   China 9 7 1 1 19
24   Botswana 1 1 3 7 12

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2012 Results". Taylor Bowls. Archived from the original on 7 February 2015. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
  2. ^ "Foster & Marshall world pairs champions". Bowls Scotland. Archived from the original on 19 November 2015. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
  3. ^ "Full draw and Results". Fox Sports.