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Summary

  1. Women's singles semi-finals plus singles matches
  2. Earlier: Janice Gower 1-2 Rebecca Field (4-11) (8-7) (0-2)
  3. Earlier: Nick Brett ½-1½ Mervyn King (2-8) (6-6) - Men's Open 2nd round
  4. Earlier: Paul Foster 0-2 Jason Greenslade (7-8) (4-8) - Men's Open 2nd round
  5. Earlier: Katherine Rednall 2-0 Lesley Doig (10-4) (13-2)

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Lesley Doig and Jamie Chestney

Jamie Chestney and Scotland's Lesley Doig win the World Indoor mixed doubles final as the Englishman adds a second title in 24 hours.

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Why not try bowls yourself?

Get Inspired

#GetInspired

Indoor bowls
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Bowls is played by people of all ages, as the basics are easy to pick up and you can play anytime, day or night - so why not give it a go yourselves?!

The Get Inspired guide explains about the different types of bowls and its variants - including foot bowls - and will guide you where to go.

Foot bowls
Foot Bowls

'Getting event to Norfolk something to be proud of'

World Indoor Bowls Championships: Potters Resort marks 20 years as hosts

BBC Look East looks back at 20 years of the World Indoor Bowls Championships at Potters Resort, in the village of Hopton-on-Sea.

Coverage & Schedule

All times are GMT

Fixtures and start times are subject to change.

Wednesday, 24 January

Women's singles semi-finals plus singles matches

10:00-12:00, 14:30-15:30, 16:40-17:30 BBC Red Button and online

13:00-16:45, BBC Two and online (13:00-17:30, Connected TV)

19:30-21:30, online and Connected TV

00:15-01:15, BBC Two Highlights (repeated 09:00-10:00 on Thursday)

Thursday, 25 January

Women's singles final plus singles matches

10:00-12:00, 16:55-17:30, BBC Red Button and online

13:00-17:00, BBC Two and online (13:00-17:30, Connected TV)

19:30-21:30, online and Connected TV

00:15-01:15, BBC Two Highlights (repeated 09:00-10:00 on Friday)

Friday, 26 January

Singles quarter-finals

10:00-12:00, 16:55-17:30, BBC Red Button and online

13:00-17:00, BBC Two and online (13:00-17:30, Connected TV)

19:30-21:30, online and Connected TV

00:05-01:05, BBC Two Highlights (repeated 09:30-11:30 on Thursday)

Saturday, 27 January

Singles semi-finals, 14:30-16:30, BBC One

Under-25 final, 19:30-21:30, BBC Red Button and online

00:00-01:00, BBC Two Highlights (repeated 10:00-12:00 on Sunday)

Sunday, 28 January

World singles final, 14:30-16:30, BBC Two

World Indoor Bowls Championships

The 2018 World Indoor Bowls Championships take place from 12-28 January, with coverage of the final week of action broadcast live on the BBC.

Last year, Paul Foster claimed his fifth indoor title in the men's singles, while Katherine Rednall saw off defending champion Ellen Falkner on her way to a second women's crown.

Potters Resort has been the home of indoor bowls since 1999, and 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the Championships on the Norfolk coast.

Paul Foster
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Get Inspired: How to get into Bowls

Get Inspired

#GetInspired

Bowls is played by people of all ages, as the basics are easy to pick up and you can play at any time, day or night.

Traditionally, it's been seen as an older person's game, but in recent years an increasing number of younger people are taking up bowls.

There are many different games related to bowls - some are played throwing the ball, others by rolling, all played with different equipment. Learn more about the sport with Get Inspired's handy guide here.

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