We are pleased to confirm that next year’s English Masters will once again be staged at Falcon Bowling Club in Chelmsford, Essex. The event will be staged on the 8th and 9th February 2020 and will be the fifth singles ranking event of the 2019-20 season.
Stephen Williams takes his third SMPT title after coming back to beat Sean Hughes 12-10 which means he wins back-to back titles after his success in York at the VerdeMat Bowls British Open.
Alex Kley takes the bronze medal from Trevor Brian, while Dafydd Howell wins the Plate and Tony Wall takes the shield.
The draw for the fifth world ranking event of the 2018-19 season has produced several mouth-watering groups that include what promise to be some absolutely terrific games. As always, the SMPT Show Mat will enable us to showcase some of the best action from the weekend’s matches.
The draw for the English Masters, the fifth and penultimate singles ranking event of this season, has now been made.
We are pleased to announce the dates for the fifth and sixth singles world ranking events of the 2018-19 season.
Jack Pye wins the 2018 English Masters after beating Glenn Harvey 15-5 in the final.Nigel Nicholls takes the Bronze Medal after a 11-4 win over Stephen Gale.
Nigel Charles wins the Plate from Nigel Reed and Lars Hansen takes the Shield from Paul Bax.
The draw & Show Mat line-up for the 2018 English Masters to be held on the 10th & 11th February at Falcon Bowling and Social Club in Chelmsford has now been made.
Joe Beattie wins the 2017 English Masters after beating Martin Simcock 16-1 in the final.
Martin Harries claims Bronze with an 11-3 victory over Ryan Knoght.
Cecil Dillon claims the Plate over John Manley 13-6 and the Shield was won by Adam Easthope with a 12-7 win against Tom Clough.
Read all about the opening day of the 2017 English Masters as it happened.
It's that time again and the ranking events are coming thick and fast! We head into the last third of the season with this weekend's Henselite English Masters at Bromsgrove IBC. With just one more event to follow, players are vying for position in the rankings and the order of merit, as well as that all important World Cup spot, but who will walk away with the 5th title of the season?
The draw for the fifth and penultimate World Ranking event of the season, the Henselite English Masters has been made.
The fifth and penultimate World Ranking event of the season, the Henselite English Masters takes place on the 4th & 5th of February at Bromsgrove IBC and we're delighted to confirm the details of the draw.
The 2017 English Masters is now full.
Thank you for your entries for this event which filled in record time, just 26 hours and 47 minutes after entries opened!
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The English Masters is the 5th world ranking event of the 2016-17 season and takes place at Bromsgrove Indoor Bowls Club on 4-5 February 2017.
On Monday 1st August 2016 entries for the English Masters 2017 will open at 6pm BST.
We are pleased to announce the Short Mat Players Tour will be changing our home venue from Bromsgrove Indoor Bowls Club to the Falcon Indoor Bowling Club for the start of the 2017-18 season.
Relive all the action from the 2016 Henselite English Masters Final between English players Dom Reed & James Bucknall.
Full commentary is provided by SMPT Director Simon Pridham and 2 times World & British Isles Champion and current World Fours Masters champion James Smith.
James Bucknall claims his maiden SMPT title after beating Dom Reed 9-6 in the final of the 2016 Henselite English Masters.
Chris Grocott made it an English 1-2-3 after beating Pauline Beattie for the Bronze Medal. Martin McNicholl claimed the Plate trophy and Martin Simcock came away with the Shield.