WORCESTER club bowls ace Andy Walters has joined an illustrious list of four to complete a landmark feat.

Walters has now won both the national outdoor singles crown and the indoor equivalent.

He claimed the outdoor contest in 2013 and the indoor this year to join David Bryant, Tony Allcock, Andy Thomson and Jamie Walker in completing the achievement.

This season Walters, 32, became only the second county player to win the men’s county four-wood singles title three times in a row in recent years.

He also secured the county’s two-wood singles and the pairs competition with Rob McCaughtrie.

Walters headed to Leamington Spa to compete in the National Championships along with McCaughtrie as a result.

He made the two-wood singles quarter-finals before bowing out 16-12 to Ben Paulley from Poole Park, Dorset.

Walters also made the champion of champions last eight where he was beaten 21-14 by Roger Kendrick from Kent.

He won 21-13 in the national singles championship first round but went out 21-18 at the next stage to Joe Dawson from Kingscroft, Leicestershire.

The national pairs run with McCaughtrie also went to the second round with a 32-9 win over Kettering Lodge and a tight 23-22 loss to Ledbury.

Walters and his wife Amy, of Middle Littleton near Evesham, hold the record for winning back-to-back national mixed pairs championships.

To top off a stellar year he has been selected to represent England among a team of four at the European Championships in Guernsey in late September.

They will compete in singles, pairs and fours.

Amy won two gold medals at a previous European Championships in Israel.