Results 27/2/2013: Steven Scott claims double trap gold in Cyprus

It’s not the biggest of competitions in the calendar year, but Britain’s Steven Scott took the most of his opportunites and grabbed the gold medal in the Cyprus Grand Prix Shotgun event. Scott was dominant throughout the entire event, topping the qualification standings with a score of 135 over five rounds of shooting, before leading the six-man group in the semis. A close run final meant that Scott claimed the title with a score of 26.

The Commonwealth Bowling Championships are proving to be another great source of medals. A day after Kirsten Penny won gold in the ladies’ singles, England’s Chris Oates and John wells claimed silver in the men’s doubles with an average of 224.25. Penny missed out on a second medal when she came fourth alongside Lisa John.

A number of British hopefuls are through to the next rounds of various competitions; top seeds Nick Matthew and James Willstrop showed no fear at squash’s North American Open, Anne Keothavong got over singles disappointment to make it to the second round of the Brasil Tennis Cup doubles competition, Chelsea created a match-up with Manchester United after beating Middlesbrough in the FA Cup Fifth Round and Gabby White sailed through two opening badminton matches alongside partners Lauren Smith and Chris Adcock.

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Football: FA Cup
Fifth Round
Middlesbrough 0-2 Chelsea

Football: Scottish Premier League
Dundee 2-2 St Johnstone
Hibernian 2-2 Kilmarnock
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Dundee United
Motherwell 2-1 Celtic
St Mirren 2-0 Hearts

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Squash: North American Open
Last 16
Adrian Grant 0-3 Gregory Gaultier (FRA) [3] 4-11 4-11 5-11
Peter Barker [6] 3-1 Olli Tuominen (FIN) 11-4 11-6 9-11 11-4
James Willstrop [3] 3-0 Miguel Angel Rodriguez (COL) 11-7 11-7 11-1
Nick Matthew [2] 3-0 Tarek Momen (EGY) 11-7 11-8 11-6

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Bowling: Commonwealth Championships
Men’s Doubles
Christopher Oates/John Wells (England) – 224.25, 2nd
David Seay/Kevin Horton (Northern Ireland) – 190.33, 8th
Gareth Roberts/Peter Moore (Wales) – 187.41, 9th
Adam Shrubb/Michael Wood (Gibraltar) – 179.33, 10th

Women’s Doubles
Kirsten Penny/Lisa John (England) – 213.33, 4th
Anne-Maree Williams/Louise Roberts (Wales) – 186.33, 7th
Caroline Horan/Donna Horton (Northern Ireland) – 159.25, 9th

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Snooker: Haikou World Open
First Round
Mark Williams 2-5 Marco Fu (HKG)
Michael Holt 4-5 Ding Junhui (CHN)
John Higgins 5-3 Alan McManus
Barry Hawkins 5-1 Ian Burns
Mark Selby 5-0 Lu Haotian (CHN)

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Cricket: New Zealand Warm-Up Test Match
England 426
New Zealand XI 224-6
New Zealand XI trail England by 202 runs with 4 wickets remaining

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Shooting: Cyprus Grand Prix Shotgun
Qualification
Steven Scott (Men’s Double Trap) – 135 points (29, 25, 25, 27, 29), 1st
Stevan Walton (Men’s Double Trap) – 127 points (25, 24, 25, 27, 26), 8th

Semifinal
Steven Scott – 27 points, 1st

Final
Steven Scott – 26 points, Gold Medal

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Tennis: Brasil Tennis Cup
Quarterfinal
Anne Keothavong/Valeria Savinykh (RUS) beat Maria Fernanda Alves (BRA)/Mirjana Lucic-Baroni (CRO) 6-2 1-6 11-9

Tennis: Abierto Mexicano Telcel
First Round
Dominic Inglot/Treat Conrad Huey (PHI) lost to Alexander Peya (AUT)/Bruno Soares (BRA) [1] 3-6 6-4 7-10

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Cycling: Le Tour de Langkawi
Stage 7
Stage Result: Andrew Fenn 5th
General Classification: Fenn 96th (+43’53”)
Sprints Competition: Fenn 7th (39 points)

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Cross-Country Skiing: World Ski Championships
Men’s 15km F
Andrew Musgrave – 28th, 37:16.3
Andrew Young – 53rd, 38:29.9
Alexander Standen – 91st, 42:54.9

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Archery: European Indoor Championships
Qualification
Tim Nash (Men’s Compound) – 579 points, 24th
Naomi Jones (Women’s Compound) – 575 points, 8th
Nichola Simpson (Women’s Compound) – 568 points, 16th
Claudine Jennings (Women’s Compound) – 565 points, 19th
Jones/Simpson/Jennings (Women’s Team Compound) – 1708 points, 3rd

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Figure Skating: World Junior Championships
Short Dance
Olivia Smart/Joseph Buckland – 42.77 (22.86 TES + 19.91 PCS), 22nd place
Failed to qualify for Free Dance

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Badminton: German Open Grand Prix Gold
Second Round
Rajiv Ouseph 2-0 Ka Long Ng (HKG) [Q] 21-16 21-5

First Round
Kirsty Gilmour 2-0 Kristina Gavnholt (CZE) 22-20 21-19
Marcus Ellis/Paul Van Rietvelde 2-0 Teik Chai Gan/Soon Hock Ong (MAS) 21-17 21-17
Chris Langridge/Peter Mills 2-1 Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki/Hendra Aprida Gunawan (INA) 15-21 21-13 25-23
Chris Adcock/Andrew Ellis 2-1 Ricky Karanda Suwardi/Muhammad Ulinnuha (INA) 21-12 16-21 27-25
Chris Coles/Matthew Nottingham retired against Juergen Koch/Peter Zauner (AUT) at 14-21 7-13
Lauren Smith/Gabrielle White 2-1 Duanganong Aroonkesorn/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul (THA) [6] 19-21 23-21 21-16
Jillie Cooper/Kirsty Gilmour 0-2 Vivian Kah Mun Hoo/Pei Jing Lai (MAS) 13-21 11-21
Heather Olver/Kate Robertshaw 0-2 Hye Won Eom/Ye Na Jang (KOR) [2] 12-21 15-21
Chris Adcock/Gabrielle White 2-0 Zvonimir Durkinjak/Stasa Poznanovic (CRO) 21-12 24-22
Robert Blair/Jillie Cooper 0-2 Danny Bawa Chrisnanta/Yu Yan Vanessa Neo (INA) [3] 18-21 20-22
Chris Langridge/Heather Olver 1-2 Jian Guo Ong/Yin Loo Lim (MAS) 19-21 21-13 17-21

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Canoe Slalom: Eurolympiques Second Round
Qualification
Thomas Abbot/Coney Abbot (Men’s C2) – 131.26 seconds + 6 pen = 137.26, 9th
Georgia Rogers (Women’s C1) – 143.38 + 2 pen = 145.38, 11th
Thomas Abbot (Men’s C1) – 112.88, 15th
Marvin Rounce (Men’s C1) – 116.87 + 2 pen = 118.87, 26th
Jac Davies (Men’s C1) – 130.22 + 6 pen = 136.22, 35th
Roisin Lee-Edwards (Women’s K1) – 125.46 + 4 pen = 129.46, 24th
Charlotte Coober (Women’s K1) – 140.46 + 2 pen = 142.46, 30th
Gabrielle Ridge (Women’s K1) – 139.14 + 4 pen = 143.14, 31st
Alexandra Ridge (Women’s K1) – 140.82 + 6 pen = 146.82, 32nd
Ciaran Lee-Edwards (Men’s K1) – 105.34, 33rd
Zachary Franklin (Men’s K1) – 104.40 + 4 pen = 108.40, 40th
Joseph Coombs (Men’s K1) – 103.05 + 6 pen = 109.05, 42nd
Steffan Walker (Men’s K1) – 109.98 + 2 pen = 111.98, 46th
James Coober (Men’s K1) – 114.89, 53rd
James Coney (Men’s K1) – 115.56 + 2 pen = 117.56, 58th
Aaron Roberts (Men’s K1) – 122.13 + 2 pen = 124.13, 61st

Final
Thomas Abbot (Men’s C1) – 110.45, 11th place
Ciaran Lee-Edwards (Men’s K1) – 104.03 + 4 pen = 108.03, 29th place

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Paragliding: World Cup Porterville
Open
Colin Hawke – 54 points, 11th
Emile Van Wyk – 35, 49th
Kirsty Cameron – 25, 73rd
Rolf Gibbs – 21, 89th
Emma Casanova – 16, 106th
United Kingdom – 114 points, 9th

Overall
Hawke 2nd
Van Wyk 36th
Gibbs 50th
Casanova 89th
Cameron 101st
United Kingdom 6th

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