Stillorgan Bowl, Dublin | 27 January 1991
|1||Gina Wardle||Great Britain|
|3||Kilmberley Cooke||Great Britain|
|Player 1||Player 2|
|Gina Wardle||192||Lena Sulvanen||170|
|Gina Wardle||190||Kimberley Cooke||151|
|Gina Wardle||204||Pauline Smith||179|
Semi-Finals (After 7 Games)
|1||Pauline Smith||Great Britain||1453|
|2||Kimberley Cooke||Great Britain||1438|
|4||Gina Wardle||Great Britain||1391|
|5||Karen Bartool||Great Britain||1381|
|6||Tracy Dew||Great Britain||1342|
|7||Ruth Motnauer||Great Britain||1239|
There were no Irish Qualifiers for the Semi-Finals, which were dominated by Great British players, making up 6 of the 8 contestants.
Gina Wardle, who finished 4th in the Semi-Final Round, won three matches in a row in the Final Stepladder to take the title, beating Pauline Smith, a fellow British player in the Final.
 Anon. (1991) “The A-Z of Weekend Sport | Tenpin Bowling” Irish Independent. Monday, 28 January 1991. Pg. 20.
Thanks to Dervla Mulcahy
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