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Bruce Rannie wins Scottish Golf Croquet Championship

[<<] [>>] by Bruce Rannie
6th July 2003 (GC)

Bruce Rannie won the Walker Bowl, the Scottish Golf Croquet Championship, winning all six rounds at the new Scottish National Centre at Meadows Croquet Club, Edinburgh, supported by sportScotland.
Results

Round 1

Jamieson Walker bt Charlotte Townsend 7-6
Bruce Rannie bt Rod Williams 7-5
Geoff Caldwell by Maria Limonci 7-4

Round 2

Chris Dent bt Jamieson Walker 7-6
Bruce Rannie bt Maria Limonci 7-4
Rod Williams by Geoff Caldwell 7-3

Round 3

Rod Williams by Chris Dent 7-4
Charlotte Townsend bt Geoff Caldwell 7-5
Jamieson Walker by Maria Limonci 7-2

Round 4

Chris Dent bt Maria Limonci 7-2
Bruce Rannie bt Charlotte Townsend 7-1
Rod Williams by Jamieson Walker 7-3

Round 5

Chris Dent bt Geoff Caldwell 7-6
Rod Williams by Charlotte Townsend 7-0
Bruce Rannie by Jamieson Walker 7-5

Round 6

Bruce Rannie bt Chris Dent 7-6
Charlotte Townsend bt Maria Limonci 7-2
Jamieson Walker bt Geoff Caldwell 7-6

Round 7

Chris Dent by Charlotte Townsend 7-4
Bruce Rannie bt Geoff Caldwell 7-2
Rod Williams by Maria Limonci 7-2

Final Table

Bruce Rannie 6 wins
Rod Williams 5 wins
Chris Dent 4 wins
Jamieson Walker 3 wins
Charlotte Townsend 2 wins
Geoff Caldwell 1 win
Maria Limonci 0 wins

Another well-managed event at the new National Centre, this time by Chris Dent.

Report to follow.



 

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