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  • Provincial Senior Triples Playdowns: Thank you to all of our club volunteers who made our hosting of the Provincial Sr Triples Playdowns a great event. Thanks also to Ken Olsvik for preparing the green to a challenging tournament standard that we could be proud of and to our members for giving up playing time to allow the preparation work. The tournament was a triumph for our Stanley Park Bowlers as our teams won both the mens and the ladies gold medals. Congratulations to Peggy Plathan, Sharon Brunelle, Patrica Walker, Dave Simpson and George Hamilton. So far we will be sending 10 club members to one or more of the the Canadian Nationals. Photos are in the photo gallery.
  • We had a very successful Stampede Breakfast and Jitney on July 16 with members of other clubs joining us for a fun day. It was great to have a large contigent from Bow Valley. Congratulation to the winners of the jitney: Dick Ryder, Sandra Ryder, Marj Siddall, Dwayne Hauck. Photos in the Photo Gallery - more to come.
  • Congratulations to all of our members who competed in the Provincial Fours Playdown July 14-16. Special congratulations to our members Peggy Plathan, Sharon Brunell, Patricial Walker, and teammate Heather Mackie who won the womens gold medal; to member Kathryn MacGregor and teammates who won the womens silver medal; and to members Pat Bird, Herman Cooper and teammates who won the mens gold medal. Pictures have been added to the Photo Gallery


This site was last updated July 21, 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

 

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Bowls Canada fall newsletter - October 2015