BORDERS bowler Julie Forrest has been knocked out of the open singles at the World Indoor Bowls Championships 2021.

Forrest lost her last-16 match today (Thursday, January 21) against England’s Greg Harlow, the competition’s sixth seed.

Forrest, from Hawick, shared the opening set 8-8, but she was defeated 6-7 in the second.

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She reached the last-16 after overcoming Jason Banks in the opening round.

Earlier this week, Forrest was crowned a mixed pairs champion alongside compatriot Stewart Anderson.

They beat Carla Banks - also from Scotland - and reigning open singles champion Robert Paxton.

The tournament, held at Potters Resort, Norfolk, runs until Sunday (January 24).