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North Cambs Bowling players can't wait for the EBF & EWBF National Outdoor Finals 2021 next week

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Players are gearing themselves up for a big few days of competitive action.

North Cambs Bowling Association members will be preparing for the EBF & EWBF National Outdoor Finals 2021.

The headline events will take place at Skegness between August 23 and August 28.

North Cambs Bowls finals 2021 (49346686)
North Cambs Bowls finals 2021 (49346686)

Spectators have been urged to go along to support the participants and to enjoy a fun couple of days out.

Action will get under way on Monday, August 23, at 2pm, with Chris Wright, Merv Chapman and Simon Peach playing in the men's 3-wood triples.

Matches on August 24 will see a number of players take part.

At 9.15am, the men's 4 wood singles will feature Jon Ivatt of Gedney Hill.

At the same time, Margaret Hunt will take play in the Ladies Secretaries while Sarah Price and Charlie Waling will battle it out in the Senior Mixed Pairs.

Other highlight matches will include Joseph Gowler playing in the men's 2-wood singles (1.45pm) and Debra Wright, Annie Savage and Lynne Quibell teaming up in the ladies' mixed triples.

Charles Waling and Joseph Gowler will be first off on August 25 as they line up in the men's pairs at 9.15am, with three other matches taking place at the same time to mark a busy start to the day.

On Thursday, August 26, Charlie Robinson and Adam Horspool will join forces at 9.15am for the under-25s pairs competition.

Next up will be the Ladies' Champion of Champions showpiece, with Chris Gollands hoping to take home the big prize.

Eric Moore will then take part in the Men's Champion of Champions a couple of hours later.

Dave Burgess and Andrew Overton will round things off in the men's Senior Pairs at 3.15pm.

For more information, go to http://www.northcambsebf.co.uk or http://www.fedbowls.co.uk

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