Results of 2015 GB Boccia Championships

The 2015 GB Boccia Championships were held on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th December at Edinburgh Napier University.

1. David Smith (ENG)
2. Reegan Stevenson (SCO)
3. Jabe Peake (ENG)

David Smith reatined his title despite missing a call room in the pool stage. He went through second in his group and beat young challenger and eventual third placed finisher Jabe Peake in the semi final before comfortably beating Scotland's Reegan Stevenson in the final.

1. Martin Davis (WAL)
2. Claire Taggart (NI)
3. Lucy Rutledge (SCO)

Wales's Martin Davis won out in a close BC2 final against Northern Ireland's Claire Taggart, both players boasting an unbeaten record before the game. Lucy Rutledge from Scotland won bronze having squeezed out GB player Josh Rowe in the pool stage.

1. Patrick Wilson (SCO)
2. Jacob Thomas (WAL)
3. Scott McCowan (SCO)

Patrick Wilson of Scotland won his maiden GB crown with a convincing win over World Number 1 Jacob Thomas in the BC3 final. It was a much closer affair in his semi final against fellow Scot Scott McCowan with the match coming down to the last ball. McCowan won bronze after coming from behind to take a strong victory against England's National Champion Rich Amos.

1. Stephen McGuire (SCO)
2. Jamie Docherty (SCO)
3. Evie Edwards (ENG)

Stephen McGuire won an all Scottish final against Jamie Docherty to pick up another British title. Docherty fought back well from a 5-0 decifit in the first end but could not quite do enough as the match finished 6-5. Birthday girl Evie Edwards capped a great tournament with victory in the Bronze medal game over Scotland's Kieran Steer.

GB Boccia would like to thank Scottish Disability Sport and Boccia England for their support in the hosting and organisation of the event.

The next GB Boccia Championships will take place on July 23rd/24th 2016 at Surrey Sports Park in Guildford and will be the last opportunity for the players who will be representing ParalympicsGB to play some competitive Boccia before they head off to Rio.