Katherine Rednall
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Katherine Rednall
Katherine Rednall
Personal information
Nationality England
Born (1996-01-07) 7 January 1996 (age 23)
Ipswich
Sport
ClubIpswich & District (indoors)
Felixstowe & Suffolk BC (outdoors)[1]

Katherine Rednall (born 1996) is an English lawn and indoor bowler from Stowmarket.

Personal life

Rednall is the daughter of England international John Rednall and was studying for a degree in fashion and textiles at the University of Essex. She enjoys playing the saxophone.

Bowls career

Indoors

Rednall became the youngest ever winner of a World Indoor Bowls title after she won the 2014 World Indoor Bowls Championship Women's Singles at the age of just 18.[2] Rednall reached the final of the 2015 World Indoor Bowls Championship losing out to Laura Thomas in the decider.[3] Rednall experienced further success after winning the Mixed Pairs title in 2016 with bowls partner Darren Burnett.[4]

She won a second singles title in 2017 after defeating Ellen Falkner in the final [5] and a third singles title during the 2018 World Indoor Bowls Championship defeating Rebecca Field in the final.[6]

Outdoors

She was selected as part of the English team for the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in Queensland [7] where she won a bronze medal in the Triples with Ellen Falkner and Sian Honnor.[8]

References

  1. ^ "Profile". Heneslite.
  2. ^ "Rednall Becomes Youngest ever winner". BBC Sport.
  3. ^ "Rednall through to final". Ipswich Star.
  4. ^ "Burnett & Rednall win mixed pairs". BBC Sport.
  5. ^ "World Indoor Bowls Championship 2017: Rednall beats Falkner to win second title". BBC Sport.
  6. ^ "World Indoor Bowls Championship 2018: Rednall beats Field to win third title". BBC Sport.
  7. ^ "2018 Commonwealth Games team". Team England.
  8. ^ "2018 Commonwealth Games profile". 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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