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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

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Scottish Ladies Tour Event 4

Scottish Ladies TourLast 32

Some early interesting ties at this event put Kim Black against Gemma Clyde; Kim progressed with a very good 6-3 victory. Lynsey Selkirk was playing newcomer to the 2009 Tour, Lisa Dominick. Lynsey played well in winning this match by 6 frames to 1. Gillian Hayes had a very tough opener against Inverness player Joanne Macpherson, Gillian played brilliantly to secure a very convincing 6-1 victory. Diane Colville overcame Sandra Bell by 6 frames to 2. New player to the tour was young Kirsty Davies from Wales, an exceptional talent as shown at the World Masters where she defeated team mate Leanne Evans in the final to be crowned champion. She was up against Fiona Herd in the first round and looked very comfortable, winning convincingly by 6 frames to 2. Leanne Evans was up against Scotland Ladies A team player Gaynor McHaffie; Gaynor had chances in this match but failed to capitalize and was beaten by 6 frames to 1. Terri Lapsley defeated fellow B team internationalist Laura Colquhoun by 6 frames to 0, a very impressive victory. Louise Hillman was up against Katie Black at this stage and progressed to the last 16 with a fine 6-1 victory. Jenny Lawson made her way to the last 16 with a very good 6-4 victory over fellow B team internationalist Vandana Hegde.

Last 16

First last 16 tie was Yvonne Saunders against Ladies B team manager Kim Black, Yvonne progressed to the quarter finals with a convincing 6-2 victory. Gillian Hayes continued in good form by securing a 6-0 victory over Lynsey Selkirk. Diane Colville was next up against Pauline Selkirk, Diane played well and progressed to the quarter final with a fine 6-3 victory. The next two ties were undoubtedly the ties of this round with World Masters Champion, Kirsty Davies against Elaine “The Hustler” Campbell, Kirsty played very well and secured a very impressive 6-2 victory over Elaine. Next match was a re-run of the 2008 World final where Leanne Evans played Yvonne Ewing. Leanne took an early 4-1 lead before Yvonne clawed the match back to take it to a decider. Leanne missed and let Yvonne back to the table but she was faced with a very difficult long red, Yvonne potted this and left herself a hard black, she potted the black and she and the crowd watched as the white trickled towards and dropped into the middle pocket, giving Leanne the victory. Next last 16 match was Denise Laing against fellow Falkirk player, Terri Lapsley, this was another match that swung one way then the other before Denise held her nerve to win the deciding frame. Louise Hillman played well in defeating Katie Paterson by 6 frames to 2 and was soon followed by Scotland’s most successful lady player, Linda Gillies who defeated Jenny Lawson by 6 frames to 1.

Quarter-Finals

The quarter finals put Yvonne Saunders against Gillian Hayes, a tough match for both players, Yvonne was very determined and progressed to the semi final courtesy of a 6-4 victory. This set up a match with young Kirsty Davies who looked very impressive whilst defeating Diane Colville by 6 frames to 0. Leanne Evans against Denise Laing was the next quarter final and Leanne secured her semi final spot via a 6-4 victory. The last quarter final match went to the wire before Linda Gillies set up a semi final clash with Leanne Evans after she held her nerve to win the deciding frame.

Semi-Finals

The semi finals put Yvonne Saunders against Kirsty Davies, Kirsty never looked in danger in this match and in her first Scottish ladies tour event progressed to the final courtesy of an impressive 6-1 victory. Leanne Evans against Linda Gillies was a very tough match to call and one that went to the wire with both players having chances to progress to the final. I am unsure of the amount of final frame deciders this lady has won but The Legend, Linda Gillies showed her class and progressed to her second final of the season.



Final

The final was played between two of the finest lady players in the game, Kirsty Davies and Linda Gillies; the final was a good tactical match in stages, potting frenzy at other times and a fantastic advert for ladies pool. Kirsty was slightly sharper throughout the match and on her first attempt secured her first tour win, brilliant for a young lady of 17 years old. Well done Linda in reaching yet another final and congratulations to Kirsty Davies on winning Tour Event 4 of the season J



Another very successful tour event for the ladies, thank you to Howard Miller (Riley’s), Jacques and the staff/management of The Riley Club in Bellshill for hosting the event. I am sure we are all looking forward to the next event which is being held on Saturday 5th December, again in the newly refurbished Riley, Bellshill.

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