Adam Michaels wins the English Sport Bowling Tour Final 2017

December 10th – Chesterfield Bowl

Hull’s Adam Michaels wins the amazing Storm Bowling trip to the fabulous Las Vegas, the Entry to the TAT, Visit to Storms HQ where they shall receive a ball and a chance to play on the famous Storm Video lanes, oh did I forget to mention the £1000 in cash?

The English Sport Bowling Tour rolls into Chesterfield on December 10th for the tour finals and a chance to win the special top prize.

Tour stop winners Hadley Morgan, Adam Michaels ,Jack Sanders ,Jo Allsebrook and Leon Devlin( Steve Thornton could not make the masters ) are joined by Hayley Russell, Samantha Hannan, Brandon Roberts, Pete Stevenson, Matty Clayton, Matt Chamberlain, Jamie Bottomley, Louise Parker, Vicki Harman, Adam Shrubb and Glen Bailey.

Here is a recap of the events, winners, and our Tour Masters finalists!!!

Tour Stop 1 – Stroud

Hadley Morgan Cruised to victory on the high scoring Los Angeles pattern!

Tour Stop 2 – Poole

Stevie T pulls another win out of the bag ( probably his 1000th win ) on the tricky Mexico City pattern.

Tour Stop 3 – Farnborough

Adam Michaels takes the title at this very very close scoring stop on the Boardwalk pattern.

Tour Stop 4 – Mansfield

Jack Sanders powers his way to his first adult win on tour setting the pace early and tearing up the hard to handle Montreal pattern.

Tour Stop 5 – Chesterfield

Jo Allsebrook ruled the London pattern at this stop and became our first female winner.

English Open – Stroud

Back to Back wins for the silver fox Stevie T at the English Open… will he make it Back to Back to Back… in 2018?

Final Tour Stop – Shipley

Leon Devlin finally gets a win and tops off a great ESBT season on the Seoul pattern!

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Results
All results will appear first on the official website here
2017 Tour Rankings
# Name Total Events Counters Best 6 Avg Points
1 Hayley Russell 163 6 4 163 27
2 Hadley Morgan 160 6 5 160 27
2 Samantha Hannan 160 6 5 160 27
4 Leon Devlin 167 7 4 155 24
5 Brandon Roberts 145.5 6 5 145.5 24
6 Pete Stevenson 144 6 4 144 24
7 Jo Allsebrook 136 5 5 136 27
8 Matthew Clayton 140 7 4 135 20
9 Adam Michaels 133.5 6 5 133.5 22
10 Matt Chamberlain 124 5 4 124 25
11 Jamie Bottomley 121 7 3 121 17
12 Louise Parker 111 5 4 111 22
13 Jack Sanders 110 6 3 110 18
14 Vicki Harman 109 5 2 109 22
15 Adam Shrubb 105.5 6 2 105.5 18
16 Glen Bailey 103.5 5 3 103.5 21
17 Garry Sykes 102.5 7 3 102.5 15
18 Lee Chatfield 102 7 3 102 15
19 Becky Daly 100 5 3 100 20
20 Billy Warnes 98 7 1 98 14
21 Chris Oates 95.5 5 1 95.5 19
22 Gavin Greaves 95 5 2 95 19
23 Elliot Crosby 91.5 7 1 91.5 13
24 Amy Teal 76 4 1 76 19
25 Glen Richardson 70 6 0 70 12
26 Irina Timosenkova 68 4 0 68 17
27 Steve Thornton 66 3 1 66 22
28 Adam Cairns 64 3 1 64 21
29 Luke Sanders 61 4 1 61 15
30 Sam Rose 58 4 0 58 15
31 Paul Moor 57 3 1 57 19
32 Neil Highgate 52 4 0 52 13
33 Mark Patrick 49 4 0 49 12
34 Chris West 46 5 0 46 9
35 Andy Watson 44 4 0 44 11
36 Gary Baker 40 3 1 40 13
37 Cherise Moore 37 2 0 37 19
38 Gary Newton 35 3 0 35 12
39 Daniel Wenner 34 3 1 34 11
40 Kevin Brockman 33.5 4 0 33.5 8
41 Ki Leighfield 30 2 0 30 15
42 James Fitzpatrick 27.5 3 0 27.5 9
43 Matt Ayles 26.5 3 0 26.5 9
44 Craig Barrett 26 5 0 26 5
45 Andrew Tapping 25 3 0 25 8
46 Kev Pilley 24 4 0 24 6
46 Robert Crosbie 24 3 1 24 8
48 Thomas Copeland 23 3 0 23 8
49 Mike Opperman 22 3 0 22 7
50 Kimberley Oakley 14 1 0 14 14
51 David Dugmore 12 2 0 12 6
52 Jack Kerr 8 2 0 8 4
53 James McMinn 7 2 0 7 4
54 Gary Christopher 6 2 0 6 3
55 Dan Balsom 4 2 0 4 2
56 James McDonagh 3 2 0 3 2
57 David Passmore 2 3 0 2 1
57 Matt Fruen 2 2 0 2 1
59 Kirk Taylor 1 1 0 1 1
59 Jay Anonuevo 1 3 0 1 0

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