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Stacey McDougall (Scotland)

An A to Z of Team Taylor

Stacey McDougall (Scotland)

Stacey was born in 1990 in Edinburgh. She plays for Midlothian, Scotland and is currently a member of Dalkeith Bowling Club.

She started playing in 1999 when her Papa took her down one day and it just stuck.

Stacey plays with a Taylor Ace size 1 with Progrip. She says: "These are an easy bowl to play with and are really comfortable".

Many members of her family play bowls including her parents, husband and uncle!

Currently Stacey works for the Royal Bank of Scotland!

Some comments from Stacey regarding her bowling career:

"Every time I go away with the juniors/seniors I always have a good laugh from start to finish both on and off the green. I most admire Caroline Brown she's amazing and such a nice person who's really down to earth and you can have a good laugh with her too. My favourite actor is Liam Neeson after watching him in "The Taken" films".

Stacey's Bowling Achievements:

2019 - Atlantic Rim Women's fours bronze winner

2018 - Commonwealth Games Triples Silver Title

2016 - Represented Scotland at World Bowls in New Zealand!

2015 - Atlantic championships - gold for the fours and bronze for the triples!

2015 - Winner of the British Junior Singles and Fours for her Midlothian club.

Scottish Junior Internationalist Indoor 2008-2015 Outdoor 2010-2015

Scottish Senior Internationalist Indoor 2012 - present Outdoor 2013-present

Junior Outdoor British Pairs Champions 2012,13,14,15

Scottish Pairs Champion 2012

Scottish Rinks Champions 2014/15

Scottish Junior Singles Champion 2014/15

British Rinks and British Junior Singles Champion 2015

World Junior Mixed Pairs silver medallist 2014

World Junior Singles bronze medallist 2014

Junior Player of the year 2015 and Senior player of the year 2015

Currently playing in the high performance squad

District Senior singles champion 2015

Junior District singles winner 2011 and 2013