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Win tickets for top bowls battle!

PUBLISHED: 11:32 04 April 2009 | UPDATED: 13:35 03 July 2010

WIN! Tickets to see the bowls battle of the year!

Potters Leisure Resort at Hopton-on-Sea, is offering Mercury readers the chance to win tickets for the finale of one of the most exciting events in the UK sporting calendar - the PartyPoker.

WIN! Tickets to see the bowls battle of the year!

Potters Leisure Resort at Hopton-on-Sea, is offering Mercury readers the chance to win tickets for the finale of one of the most exciting events in the UK sporting calendar - the PartyPoker.com Premier League Bowls.

Premier League Bowls returns to Potters for the second year running after an incredibly successful debut in 2008. The competition takes place from April 24 to 26 and features six of the world's top bowls players, including local favourite Greg Harlow and World Champion Billy Jackson.

Organised by Matchroom Sport, the three day competition will be filmed for TV broadcast across the world and has been designed to provide bowls fans with an event which has an added element of razzmatazz and excitement.

Over the three days, and 15 matches, all players will meet each other on the rink in a round-robin format. With players of such calibre anyone could take the title.

We have 25 pairs of tickets for the Premier League final day of play on Sunday, April 26 when you'll get a chance to see the players in action, including WBT number one, Alex Marshall, and current Premier League Champion Paul Foster who took the title in 2008.

To enter the competition, simply answer the question on the entry form IN NEXT WEEK'S MERCURY (Friday, April 10).

Make sure you order a copy from your newsagent.


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