Stanley Park Lawn Bowling Club

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  • Photos have been added from the Closing Jitney and Volunteer Appreciation Lunch on September 24. Congratulations to the jitney winners: Peggy Plathan, Janet Prince, Jean Abbott, and Sherry Adams.
  • A link to the Facility Rental information has been added to the Home Page.
  • The club calendar for September and October has been updated.
  • Our Club Quaddie on September 10 was a huge success with a full complement competing in singles, pairs, triples and fours under clear blue skies (finally). Congratulations to the club champions: Betty Mertens, Marcel Chorel, Gordon Vickers and Cheryl Harrison. Photos are in the Photo Gallery.
  • Thank you to all of our members and volunteers who made our Labour Day Jitney a very enjoyable day. Congratulations to the winning team: Hal Siddall, Sharon Brunelle and Zina Rosso. Photos have been added to the Photo Gallery
  • Congratulations to all of our members who competed in the 2017 Canadian Senior Triples Championships in Peterborough Ontario August 22 - 27. Photos are in the Photo Gallery
  • Congratulations to all of our members who competed in the Southern Open Triples at Rotary Park August 25-17. Special congartulations to member Joanna Cooper and her team of Rod Adams and Nicole Sutton who placed third. Photos are in the Photo Gallery
  • Congratulations to all of our members who competed in the Northern Open Triples in Edmonton August 25-17. Special congratulations to members Bev Robinson and Dwayne Hauck who with team member Jan Robinson placed first. This is the second victory in a row for Bev and Dwayne who also finished third in the Novice Pairs competition at Bow Valley August 12, 13.

This site was last updated September 25, 2017

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Great Result for our member Joanna Cooper and the Canadian Womens Team.The Canadian women’s fours scooped up a bronze medal at the 2017 Multi-Nations tournament with a 10-8 victory over New Zealand.Joanna Cooper (Calgary, AB) set the pace for the team as the lead for Canada where she battled against New Zealand’s Selina Goddard to provide Canada with solid front end bowls. Pricilla Westlake (Delta, BC) played in the second position and continued the solid front end play for Team Canada. In the vice position, Leanne Chinery (Auckland, NZ) delivered the consistent and steady play, for which she is known, to set up skip Kelly McKerihen (Toronto ON). McKerihen played a dynamite game with some huge draws and incredible drives. For more info see the Bowls Canada website


SPLBC Member Tounament Results

Bowls Canada fall newsletter - October 2015