BRIGGS Equipment UK BCGBA British Junior Merit

The BRIGGS Equipment UK Ltd BCGBA British Junior Merit will be streamed live from about 2pm on the Globegig Media live stream channel (the link is below).

The event is taking place at Walsgrave Bowling Club in Coventry so, if you can, please join us as the best juniors in the country contest our national championship.

A huge thanks to BRIGGS Equipment UK for sponsoring the event and to everyone involved with organising the event.

This event will also be able to be viewed on the Globegig Media YouTube channel at a later date.

Please click on this link:

The draw is:

1. Ryan Walters (Merseyside) vs 2. Tom Wiltshire (South Yorkshire)

3. Ryan Dodd (Potteries & District) vs 4. Tyler Dewis (North Midlands)

5. Jordan Bradbury (Warwick & Worcs) vs 6. Zach Walker (Cumbria)

7. Ashley Downing (Staffordshire) vs 8. James McNee (Isle of Man)

9. Sam Williams (Wales) vs 10. Nathan Hargreaves (N Lancs & Fylde)

11. Liam Mercer (Greater Manchester) vs 12. Matthew Greenwood (Lancashire)

13. Matty Worden (Cheshire) vs 14. Owen Sherriff (Derbyshire)

15. Curtis Metcalfe (Shropshire) vs 16. Bailey Rice (Yorkshire)

17. Patrick Southern (Merseyside) vs 18. Dillon Christopherson (South Yorkshire)

19. Stefan Kelly (Isle of Man) vs 20. Ben Stockdale (Yorkshire)

21. Jack Bushell (Cheshire) vs 22. Aaron King (Shropshire)

23. Kieron McGarry (Greater Manchester) vs 24. Liam Dennis (North Midlands)

25. Jack Farmer (Potteries & District) vs 26. Jack Whitehead (Warwick & Worcs)

27. Dan Bodley (Staffordshire) vs 28. Daniel Edmondson (Lancashire)

29. Ethan Lowden (Cumbria) vs 30. Danielle Eccles (N Lancs & Fylde)

31. Will Mosley (Derbyshire) vs 32. Andrew Armstrong (Wales)

About Steve Davies 168 Articles
Throughout his bowling career Steve has always supported the admin side of the game as well as a keen player of the game. As a club secretary, association secretary, county delegate on the BCGBA (National Governing Body) Management Committee, Media Officer for the BCGBA, Merseyside champion in 2002 and Merseyside County President (2014-15) Steve has always been keen to promote the game especially through the broadcast of the game on TV or Internet. Steve set up the LIVE BOWLS YouTube channel which became the Bowls Observer channel and, through the LDBA, runs national competitions. Seeing an avenue to report on and promote the game Steve set up the Bowls Observer on-line magazine.