Joan Firkins

Lawn bowlers end season on a roll

Joan Firkins wins ladies Champ of Champs

Members of the Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club enjoyed a spectacular season of bowls winding up with the trophy presentations to the Champ of Champs.

Daffodil Ladies Pairs Competition, held at Central Saanich Lawn Bowling Club.

Runners up: Henriette Ballinger; Linda Carswell-Bland (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).

Fourth place: Linda Cowie, Karen Evans (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).

Bert Nelson Mixed Triples Bowl Spiel, held at Vic West Lawn Bowling Club.

A  section

Runners up: Brent Merchant, Henriette Ballinger, Eric Ballinger (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).

Third place: Jeff Machan, Marg Machan, Gayle Wallach (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).

C section

Winners: Donna Blackstock, John Cossom, Brent Janson (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).

Labour Day Mixed Quaddie, held at Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club.

First place: Team 11, Jeff Machan, Donna Blackstock, Pat Metcalfe/Lorraine Neumiar, Barb Roemmele.

Second place: Team, 3, Al Neumair, Anne Bolton, Elaine Hasler, Roy Edquist.

Third place: Team 10, Kay Alexander, Jim Brown, Wendy Appleyard, Art Mountain.

Champ of Champs BSI Tournament, Singles, held at Juan de Fuca Lawn Bowling Club.


First place: Joan Firkins (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).

Novices ladies

Thelma Glidden, (Sidney Lawn Bowling Club.


First place: John Cossom (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).

Novices men’s

First place: Brent Janson (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club).


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