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BOWLS: Darren still Scots No.1.

Byline: RON WYLLIE

Girl duo so travel slickDARREN BURNETT held on to top slot when the new Scottish indoor ranking list was published this week.

The Arbroath man, rated joint 24th in the world, won his s eventh national title in seven years at the weekend when he and his father Willie triumphed in the two-bowl pairs.

Second on the list is Midlothian's Steven Currie. His clubmate and world outdoor gold medalist David Peacock is third with Prestwick's Kevin Nibloe fourth.

Completing the top 10 are: 5 Wayne Hogg (East Lothian); 6 Stuart Cruickshanks (Elgin); 7 Neil Speirs (West Lothian); 8 Jim McLarrie (Coatbridge); 9 Jim McCann (Blantyre); and 10 Mike Stepney (Elgin).

#ABERDEEN and Auchinleck are the venues this weekend for the Junior Home International Series. The Under-25 men are at the Ayrshire stadium where Prestwick's Craig England, Newton Stewart's David Kelly and Auchinleck's Stuart Anderson make their debuts.

In the Granite City first caps are awarded to Bainfield's Kathryn Crombie, Arbroath's Leanne Furye, Coatbridge's Kirsty Gardiner and Tweedbank's Lauren Upton.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 12, 2005
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