The draw for the 2020 English Masters has now taken place. You can see the draw here.
Gary McNabb wins the 2020 VerdeMat British Open after beating Tony Ealham 10-5 in the final.
Mitchell Young of England and Belgium's Jonathan Payne take the bronze medals.
Steven Stafford takes the Plate after beating Andrew Carr and Stephen Proctor beats Barry Bates to claim the Shield.
We are delighted to confirm the following fixtures to be played on our Show Mat at next Saturday’s opening day of the 2020 Verdemat Bowls British Open in York, England. We will, as always, bring you live, end by end scores of every show mat game and updates on all matches via our dedicated live feed page on our website. Sunday morning’s Show Mat line up will be announced on Saturday evening via our Facebook page.
The draw for the 2020 VerdeMat Bowls British Open has now been made, you can see the draw here.
James Shaw & Ian Hobson beat James Smith & Sam Harvey 12-8 to claim the Bowls is Bowls World Pairs Masters.
Ben Pay, Stephen Buckett, Alistair McCrea, and Matty Worden win the Bowls is Bowls World Fours Masters after beating Mark Beattie, Pauline Beattie, Joe Beattie & Gary Moore in a tie-break.
The draws for the 2019 Bowls is Bowls World Fours and Bowls is Bowls World Pairs have now been made.
We are delighted to announce the dates for the first half of our 2020/21 season. The remainder of the events for the season will be confirmed ASAP in the New Year.
A great performance again from Benny Sjogren sees him successfully defend his title at this years Power Porsgrunn Norwegian Open after defeating Jonas Hager 12-8 who has to settle for another silver medal.
Jack Pye beat Victor Andersson in the Plate final 10-7 and Karl Hudson wins the Shield after a 14-9 victory over Stephen Gale.
We are delighted to confirm the following fixtures to be played on our Show Mat at next Saturday’s opening day of the 2019 Power Porsgrunn Norwegian Open. As well as our usual Facebook Live coverage we’ll be bringing you four matches covered by the professional production company Huldra Film. This includes multi camera action, replays, live commentary and interviews. We’ll be showing four matches on Saturday (see below) and another four on Sunday as we bring you the concluding action from Skien which of course will incorporate the Final. We will, as usual, still bring you live, end by end scores of every show mat game and updates on all matches via our dedicated live feed page on our website.
The draw has now been made for the 2019 Power Porsgrunn Norwegian Open. This year sees our biggest ever event in Norway with 144 players battling it out at the fantastic Skien Fritidspark venue.
We are delighted to announce that electrical retailer, Power, will be the 2019 Norwegian Open title sponsor.
Gary McNabb adds the Irish Open to his collection of SMPT titles after a thrilling tie-break win over William Boggs who goes one better than his bronze medal in April's World Masters.
James Trott claims the Plate with a 10-7 win over Lee Lewis while Dan Winmill picks up the Shield after a 12-2 victory over Jamie Crozier.
We are delighted to confirm the following fixtures to be played on our Show Mat at next Saturday’s opening day of the 2019 Irish Open. We’ve got a wealth of talent on show for you, with plenty of SMPT Champions as well as National, British & World title holders. Don’t forget, all matches will have end by end score updates live on our website live feed throughout the day and of course we’ll be bringing you live streaming of select matches as well.
SMPT is delighted to announce "Bowls is Bowls" as the sponsor of the Bowls is Bowls World Pairs and Bowls is Bowls World Fours.
The draw has now been made for the 2019 Irish Open. 234 players are competing this year to battle it out for Raymond Stubbs' crown.
Mark Beattie wins the 2019 UK Open after a 13-6 win over Jonas Hager of Sweden.
Don McNamara claims the Plate with a victory over Benny Sjogren and Michael Doorey wins the Shield after a win over Wendy Ford.
In an incredibly tense final Ireland claim their 4th successive title after beating Sweden 2.5 - 1.5 and by 1 shot to claim the 2 bonus points to finish up 4.5-1.5.