News: The King is Dead
By Patrick Hulbert on 25 January 2013, 15:35
Foster had an exceptional start, scoring consecutive twos on the first and second end, but King managed to stay in the set with a couple of big bowls.
However, a fortunate two for Foster made it 8-2, and he ultimately ran away with the set, 11-3.
The second set also went the way of Foster, playing exceptional bowls and claiming a second set, 9-5, with King continuing to play spiritedly.
The final game today will see England’s Robert Paxton play Scottish qualifier Colin Walker with the winner facing Foster.
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