Safe Journey!

On Behalf of the Irish Tenpin Bowling Association Executive Committee, Team Ireland Sub-committee, Leisureplex Blanchardstown and all involved, we would like to wish all players and supporters a safe journey home.

We look forward to seeing you all next year in Scotland.

Final Days Play

After two days of competition, day three of the tournament saw the Mens Team of five, Womens Team of five and Mixed doubles taking place over four games.

In the Mens Team event England (Lee Cocker, Mark Patrick, Garry Sykes, Sam Rose & Pete Stevenson) took first place with a score of 4222.  Second were the Irish Team (Eoghain Lebioda, Jason Byrnes, Barry Foley, Joseph Clancy & Alan Bride) with 4056.  Third Northern Ireland (Billy Nimick, Paul McCauley, Sam Hull, Alan Smith & Grant Dugan) scoring 3883 and fourth was Scotland (Kenny Jamieson, Martin Williamson, Michael Maccoll, Daniel Masters & James Guthrie) with 3693.

The Womens Team event was won by England (Sophie Thompson, Lorna Scott, Natasja Ailes, Amy Teal & Laura Marcham) scoring 3806.  Second place went to Wales (Louise Roberts, Ebony Owen, Kelly Jones, Anne-Maree Williams & Lynne Walker) with a score of 3560.  Third were Ireland (Carol Catchpole, Aoife Hall, Martina Shortt, Elaine Lalor & Kellie McDonnell) scoreing 3493 while Northern Ireland (Caroline Horan, Isobel Smith, Donna Horton, Lauren Dugan & Lyn Watson) came fourth with 3168.

In the Mixed Doubles England (Sarah Hood, Glen Bailey) took first place with a score of 1783.  Second were Wales (Alison Moore, Glenn Robson) scoring 1512.  In third place was Ireland (Sarah Kebbell, Alan McDonnell) with 1475.  Fourth place went to Scotland (Gary Redpath, Margaret Rae) with a score of 1268.

For full results of the tournament please visit the results page.

Day Two

The second day of play in this years tournament commenced with the Womens Doubles event.  The teams competed over four games with England “A” taking first place (Sophie Thompson & Laura Mercham) and a score of 1543.  Ireland “A” took second place (Carol Catchpole & Aoife Hall) scoring 1521.  Third place went to England “C” (Sarah Hood & Lorna Scott) scoring 1512 while fourth was taken by Wales “A” (Louise Roberts & Lynne Walker) scoring 1497.

The remainder of the day was taken up with the two squads of Trios for both Men & Women.  In the mens, Wales “A” (Phil Wellsteed, William Wan & Steve Dalton) took first place with a score of 2508.  Second was Ireland “B” (Eoghain Lebioda, Barry Foley & Alan Bride) scoring 2385.  In third place was Wales “B” (Chris Hignett, James Footer & Glenn Robson) with a score of 2370.  Fourth place went to England “B” (Lee Cocker, Sam Rose & Pete Stevenson) scoring 2353.

In the womens trios, England “A” (Sophie Thompson, Lorna Scott & Laura Mercham) took first place with 2372.  Second were England “B” (Sarah Hood, Natasja Ailes & Amy Teal) scoring 2353.  Third Wales “B” (Louise Roberts, Ebony Owen & Lynne Walker) with 2292.  Ireland “A” (Carol Catchpole, Martina Shortt & Aoife Hall) took fourth place with a score of 2177.

Sunday, the final day of play, will see the Mens & Womens Team events and Mixed Doubles taking place.  For full event results, All Event standings and Team Points visit the results page.

Day One of Competition

The 2018 Adult Triple Crown kicked off with a bang for Joseph Clancy of Ireland who had a perfect 300 in his first game of the Mens Singles.  On completing play of the four games Glen Bailey (ENG) took first place with a score of 913.  Second was Pete Stevenson (ENG) with 909, third Barry Foley (IRE) with 893 and fourth Joseph Clancy with 855.

Next to compete were the Women in their Singles section.  First place was taken by Laura Marcham (ENG) with a score of 905, second Sophie Thompson (ENG) with 820, third Lynne Walker (WAL) with 795 and fourth Natasja Ailes (ENG) with 792.

The final play of the day saw the Mens Doubles teams competing in their four games with England “C” taking first place (Sam Rose & Pete Stevenson) with a score of 1709.  Northern Ireland “A” took second place (Billy Nimick & Grant Dugan) scoring 1639.  Third place went to Wales “B” (Chris Hignett & Steve Dalton) scoring 1630 while fourth was taken by England “A” (Glen Bailey & Mark Patrick) scoring 1617.

For full event results, All Event standings and Team Points visit the results page.

Welcome to Dublin and the 2018 Adult Triple Crown

The Irish Tenpin Bowling Association and Team Ireland would like to welcome competitors and supporters to Dublin for the 2018 Adult Triple Crown.

The event will commence on Friday September 14th with the official opening ceremony for all 6 nations, Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland & Jersey.  Over the three days of play Male & Female competitors will compete in Singles, Doubles, Trios, Team & Mixed Doubles events.

We wish best of luck to all taking part and hope you will enjoy your stay in Ireland.

Visit here for news, schedule & results as available throughout the tournament.