Scott Edwards (bowls)
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Scott Edwards Bowls
Scott Edwards
Personal information
Nationality England
Born1973
Sport
SportLawn & indoor bowls
ClubOxford City & County and Abingdon

Scott Edwards is an English male indoor bowler.[1]

Bowls career

He was the National singles runner-up in 2010 during the Men's National Championships.[2] He is two times winner of the Bournemouth Open.[3]

He has qualified for the World Indoor Bowls Championships on three occasions in 2013, 2018 and 2019.

Edwards knocked out the World Champion Paul Foster in the 2017 International Open[1] and the World Champion Mark Dawes in the 2018 International Open at his own club.[4]

He is currently ranked World No.18 indoors, Open singles circuit No.1 (with a record number of ranking points) and PBA European No.1.

UK Career wins

  • Bournemouth Open Singles Champion 2 years running.
  • Worthing Pavilion Open Singles Champion twice.
  • Atherley Open Singles Champion.
  • Cheltenham Open Singles Champion.
  • Hove Open Singles Champion.
  • Worthing Open Singles Champion.
  • Salisbury Open Singles Champion.
  • Adur Open Singles Champion.
  • Welford Open Singles Champion.
  • Loddon Vale Open Singles Champion.
  • Dolphin Open Singles Champion.
  • Five Rivers Open Singles Champion.
  • Seven consecutive Open pairs titles over 3 years at the Bournemouth Open, Worthing Open and Hove Open. *

Occupation

He is a semi professional poker player.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b "Tie Break Drama as Foster heads home from the International Open". World Bowls Tour.
  2. ^ "Past Records". Bowls England.
  3. ^ "Bournemouth Open". Bowlaway.
  4. ^ "EDWARDS IN TOP FORM AGAINST WORLD INDOOR CHAMPION, DAWES". World Bowls Tour.
  5. ^ "2017 Co-op Funeralcare European Masters - Scott Edwards V Simon Skelton".

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