BOWLS: Bowls title is Granted; UPDATE.
The world No.1 bounced back from 17-9 down to level at 18-18 but Grant took the next two ends.
The women's singles title went to Cumnock's Liz Magorian who edged Maybole's Helen Clark 21-19.
TENNIS: St Andrew's teenager Graham Hood won the men's singles title at the Scottish Championships in Broughty Ferry, beating top seed Jason Barnett of Aberdeen 6- 2 6-2.
Top seed Jenna Cockburn beat Sarah McFadyen by the same score to take the ladies title.
CRICKET: Holders Greenock swept into the last four of the Coronel Scottish Cup when they thrashed Stoneywood- Dyce.
Clydesdale pipped Forfarshire in a bowling shoot-out as did Greenock to edge West of Scotland. Grange complete the semi- final line-up.
CYCLING: Edinburgh's James Taylor won 1km gold at the Scottish Track Championships and was part of the winning team sprint trio.
SPEEDWAY: Berwick Bandits last night extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to four points, beating Newcastle Diamonds 54-36 at Shielfield. Claus Kristensen was the home star with a maximum of 14 points from five races.
AUTO: Mechanical trouble forced Scotland's Dario Franchitti out of the Mid-Ohio GP won by Patrick Carpentier at Lexington.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Aug 12, 2002|
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