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2023 World Indoor Bowls Championships

Martin Puckett travelled to Warilla Indoor Bowls Club, at Shellharbour, New South Wales,  Australia to challenge for the World Indoor Singles Championships organised by the International Bowls Council, from Sunday, May 7 to Friday, May 12.

As well as the singles event, Martin partnered English Women’s Indoor Singles champion Kirsty Hembrow of Ilminster, Somerset, in the mixed pairs.

Well done Martin  winning Bronze Medal in both the Men's Singles and Mixed Pairs at the 2023 World Indoor Bowls Championships.

You can follow the event on the World Bowls website here.  Martin is in Section 8 for the Mixed Pairs and Section 4 for the Men's Singles. Full schedule for the games is here.

Details of Martin's trip down under can be found in this Dorset Echo article.

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