BBC Bowls

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  1. Devon's England bowler Natalie Melmore says she is happy with her bronze medal at the World Championships in Australia.
  2. Scotland's women's fours team take gold at the World Bowls Championships, beating Malaysia in the final.
  3. Troon's Paul Foster and East Lothian's Alex Marshall win the pairs title at the World Bowls Championship in Adelaide.
  4. The manager of Jersey's bowls team praises Malcolm de Sousa's "fantastic" performance at the World Championships in Adelaide.
  5. Paul Foster is the Scottish Open champion after defeating Nick Brett in the final 11-5, 9-8 in Perth.
  6. Jersey team manager Brian Bisson says he is confident of a good result in the World Bowls Championships in Australia.
  7. Guernsey's Alison Merrien wins the Bowls World Cup in Australia after beating New Zealand's Jo Edwards in the final.
  8. Scotland's David Gourlay beats England's Greg Harlow to win the Welsh Grand Prix title in Llanelli.
  9. Norfolk bowler Mervyn King says he feels under much less pressure when he competes away from his home county.
  10. Andy Thomson wins his third world title aged 56 - 17 years after he last lifted the trophy.
  11. Guernsey's Alison Merrien fails to defend her Ladies World Matchplay Singles Title at Potters, in Norfolk.
  12. Deposed world champion Paul Foster ends a turbulent two days by losing in the World Indoor mixed doubles final.
  13. Rebecca Field welcomes her underdog status as she prepares for a semi-final encounter against Karen Murphy in the World Indoor Bowls Championships.
  14. World number four Mark Royal says bowls needs a breakthrough moment akin to the 1985 World Snooker final between Dennis Taylor and Steve Davis.
  15. Jersey's Thomas Greechan says his World Champion of Champions bowls triumph in Hong Kong left him "emotional and overjoyed".