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Commonwealth Games: Scotland win lawn bowls women’s pairs bronze

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    Scotland’s Claire Johnston and Lesley Doig won bronze in the Commonwealth Games lawn bowls women’s pairs with a comfortable 18-10 victory over Canada.

    The Scots were already 6-1 up after four ends before picking up a superb four in the next to open a 10-1 lead.

    Canadian pair Kelly McKerihen and Leanne Chinery scored five unanswered points but Scotland scored a double in end 10 and were 14-7 up after 13 ends.

    Scotland, leading by five going into the final end, picked up three more.

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