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17/03/2018 21:26
Ladies - we should make more use of this website

14/07/2014 10:28
Can someone please put a link up to the IM draw

21/10/2013 14:33
Not sure Jenny, Gill is the person to ask as she is the Rep. Hoping the ladies still enter so we can get a team in 11s and hopefully 15s for 2014.

18/10/2013 13:12
How many ladies are entering the 2014 IM?

16/05/2013 22:20
Selection email have been sent.

02/05/2013 10:08
About And i will reschedule

02/05/2013 10:07
Girls the fundraiser I had organised is cancelled, fe other things happening on that day and I need to work as both my staff have decided to take holidays at the same time grrrrr can you all pass word

01/03/2013 21:13
I hope the tour doesnt go on that late Yvonne lol x

01/03/2013 16:44
11:00pm, car park outside red triangle cumbernauld!!!

22/02/2013 21:44
Time dat and venue gem for group hug? love


Scottish Ladies Tour Event 3

Scottish Ladies TourLast 32

Some early interesting ties at this stage of the tournament good friends Vandana Hegde up against Gemma Clyde, Vandana progressed with an impressive 6-1 victory. Jane Doig was up against Heather Stewart in the next tie; Jane came through this tough opener with a comfortable 6-3 victory. Ladies B team manager Kim Black up against Lynsey Selkirk in the first round, Lynsey progressed with a final frame victory. Welsh internationalist Leanne Evans defeated Terri Lapsley by six frames to nil. Lisa Dominick won her first tour match this year with a hard fought 6-3 victory over Katie Black. Shetland internationalist Amanda Cutt played extremely well in defeating Diane Colville by six frames to four. Kathy Paton defeated Gemma Keenan by six frames to one in the first round; she was joined in the last 16 by Laura Colquhoun who progressed with a fine 6-2 victory over Pauline Selkirk.

Last 16

One of the ties of the round was undoubtedly Linda “The Legend” Gillies against Sarah Trudgett, both players in my opinion are the finest in the ladies game and the play showed why, the match could have went either way and eventually Sarah progressed to the quarter finals with a fine 6-4 victory. Jane Doig, who had travelled from Wales for the event, was halted by Vandana Hegde who looked fairly impressive whilst securing a 6-2 victory. Lynsey Selkirk looked to be playing very well and showed this by defeating experienced internationalist Gillian Hayes in a final frame decider. Another cracking match was on show between Elaine Campbell and Leanne Evans, both players looked to be cueing extremely well and Elaine looked the hungrier and progressed with a highly impressive 6-4 victory. Yvonne Ewing was up against Lisa Dominick, a player who I feel will climb up the rankings reasonably quickly; Yvonne used her experience in progressing to the quarter finals with a 6-0 victory. Arguably, the result of the round was Denise Laing’s highly impressive 6-1 victory over Amanda Cutt. Kathy “Hairy Mary” progressed to the quarter finals with a 6-2 victory over Katie Paterson. The final match in this round was Laura Colquhoun against Yvonne Saunders; a touch match to call throughout and impressively Laura secured her first quarter final place with a very good 6-4 victory.

The quarter finals put Sarah Trudgett against Vandana Hegde, a tough match for Sarah who looked determined and fought through by 6 frames to 2; the score line was not a true reflection of this match and Vandana should be very happy with her performance against of the best female players in the UK. Next up was Elaine Campbell against Lynsey Selkirk. The score of 6-0 in Elaine’s favor again wasn’t a true reflection of this match; Lynsey played very well throughout and can count herself unlucky not to take the match a lot closer, credit where credit is due, well done Lynsey. Yvonne Ewing against Denise Laing was the next match and Denise didn’t let Yvonne get started, Denise progressed to the semi final with a very good 6-2 victory. Her opponent in the semi final was Laura Colquhoun who clawed herself back from 4-0 to reach her first tour semi final with a 6-4 victory over experienced internationalist Kathy Paton.


The semi finals put Elaine Campbell against Sarah Trudgett, a very good, close match throughout; you could see the determination on Elaine’s face in the final frame where she took out a good clearance under pressure to secure her place in the final. Her opponent was Denise Laing who came from 3-0 down against Laura Colquhoun to win by 6 frames to 3, a very good result for Denise who had reached her second tour final in recent years.


The final was played between Elaine Campbell and Denise Laing; a final that was potting from start to finish by both players. Elaine was the sharper throughout and secured her first tour win of the season with a very good 6-4 victory over Denise. Well done Denise Laing in reaching the final and congratulations to Elaine Campbell on winning Tour Event 3 of the season.

Another very successful tour event for the ladies, thank you to Howard Miller (Riley’s), Jacques and the staff/management of The Riley Club at Queen Anne Street, Dunfermline for hosting the event. I am sure we are all looking forward to the next event which is being held on Saturday 31st October, 2009 in Riley’s (venue to be confirmed).


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