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haul with a tackle


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Josh Sevick, CPR's President stated, "We congratulate both Rick Bouse and Ken Foster on their new franchise located in Tallahassee on Florida State University's campus.
Welsh Indoor Bowls Association National Championships Pairs: I Slade & R Weale (Islwyn) bt J Breen & P Taylor (Rhondda) 17-14 Triples: J Mower, C Klefenz, S Harris (Blaenau Gwent) bt J Roberts, C Court, M Jackson (Heatherton) 17-16 Fours: T Jones, K Crocker, C Williams, L Bouse (Islwyn) bt P Keating, L Davies, R Owen, P Carpenter (Cynon Valley) 21-12 Over 60 Singles: K Woolmore (Ffrith) bt P Jones (Llanelli) 21-15 Over 60 Pairs: D Mogford & G Congreve (Blaenau Gwent) bt R Vaughan & J Hunt (Ffrith) 25-10 Over 50 Triple: B Smith, J Davidge, R Jones (Torfaen) bt K Woolmore, K Jones, G Bear (Ffrith) 19-10
Terry knew that nighttime in this patch of desert held secrets-- namely the bright lights that turned Camp Bouse's darkened skies into day during war games.
Second place went to Edgewood Elementary School's The Unknowns, consisting of third-grader Kelsey Bouse and fifth-graders Katlyn Bouse, Michael Ahn, Sam Collier and Jose Santiago.
HAVING recently been chosen to play for Wales in the international series in March at Stanley, County Durham, Islwyn's Liam Bouse's season continued on a high note, following up his 2012 Welsh Under-16 victory with the Welsh Under-25 title.
Ladbrokes: 4 Mark Galliers, Laura Monger, Jamie Robertson, 7 Michael Sweeney, 8 Michela Morleo, 12 Janine Patchcott, 14 Elizabeth Bouse, George Hope, Vanessa Marston, Lisa Rodgers, 16 Alan Lane, Kevin Old, 20 Michelle Irving, 33 Susan Plumb.
Three Troedyrhiw players came from behind to win 21-20; David K Jones from 15-20 down against West End's Alan Howells, Jordan Davies versus Spain's Dai Newth and, most remarkably, Andy O'Sullivan from a 12-20 deficit in his match with Ystrad Mynach's Tim Bouse.
Triples: M Jones, L Bouse & C Wood (Islwyn) bt S Bray, J Foote & D Davies (Blaenau Gwent) 16-7; M Jones, P Carpenter & R Owen (Cynon Valley) bt N Taylor, G Simon & R Tomlinson (Port Talbot) 19-5.
Draw for semi-finals Pairs: Davies & Klefanz v Greenslade & Greenslade; and Williams & Kingdon v Taylor & Tomlinson Triples: Jones, Bouse & Wood v Bray, Foote & Davies; and Jones, Owen & Carpenter v Taylor, Simon & Tomlinson Rinks: Wood, Hancock, Harris & Wyatt (Islwyn) v Dando, Selway, Henderson & Tomlinson (Islwyn); and Bronham, Whitehouse, Jackson & Roberts (Heatherton) v Prosser, Lewis, Laing & Collett (Cynon Valley).
DANIEL Salmon, 15, who played rugby at outside-half for Cardiff Schools last year, won the Welsh Under-16 bowls title, beating Liam Bouse, 14, from Islwyn, 10-6, 9-1, in the final in Swansea.
Liam Bouse, aged 14, of Gilfach Bargoed made the third round with another impressive win over Penhill's Andrew Wason, while Cyfartha's Alan Moore removed Tenby's Phil Carpenter 21-9 after trailing 9-6 to set up a meeting with international Mark Harding who knocked out tournament organiser Tony Magness.
Christian Smith moves to third to clubmate David Axon, while Gavin Fielding makes his debut; youngsters David Fredericks and Liam Bouse also return to the champions.
The two players replace Gilfach Bargoed's Liam Bouse, who drops to reserve, and Cardiff Athletic stalwart Allan Blackmore, who exits the squad.