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Bowls and Tennis


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Championship Bowling The CIS Insurance
United Kingdom Indoor
Singles Bowls Championship The first round of the 1986 championship continued this evening and the world's foremost flat-green bowler
DAVID BRYANT made his first appearance against JOHN E. THOMAS , the 1981 world indoor singles runner-up. Also playing were
ROY currs. who gained his first England outdoor cap this year, and COLIN WATKINS , champion of Champion
Singles this year. The last match was between TONY POOLE , top crown-green bowler and LEE SHOOBRIDGE , runner-up in the EIBA singles. Introduced by DAVID ICKE
International Tennis
The Nabisco Wightman Cup Great Britain v USA from the Royal Albert Hall , London
Highlights introduced by BARRY DAVIES


Unknown: David Bryant
Unknown: John E. Thomas
Unknown: Roy Currs.
Unknown: Colin Watkins
Unknown: Tony Poole
Unknown: Lee Shoobridge
Introduced By: David Icke
Unknown: Albert Hall
Introduced By: Barry Davies

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