Tiger team claims lawn bowls victory

Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club hosts pairs competition; club's Harnam Grewal and Linda Cowie finish second

  • Jun. 16, 2016 10:00 a.m.

The West Shore’s Dave Mathie and Steve Foster bowled to victory at Jubilee Pacific Pairs Lawn Bowling Tournament held at the Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club June 11 and 12.

The Juan de Fuca Lawn Bowling Club pair donned colourful “Tiger Bowls” shirts for the competition, whose champion wasn’t decided until the final end of the last game, to the delight of the large crowd of spectators.

Second place in the A event went to Harnam Grewal and Linda Cowie, of the host club. Finishing third were David Gardner and Dennis Verge of Gordon Head Lawn Bowling Club. Lorne Carnes and Lynda Robbins of Canadian Pacific Lawn Bowling Club finished fourth, completing the A Event.

In the B event, first went to John di Tomasso and Sue Ennis, of Lake Hill Lawn Bowling Club and second to Craig Wilson and Carah Webster, of Burnside Lawn Bowling Club.

Juan de Fuca’s Ann Mathie and Jill Foster won the C event, while Sidney Lawn Bowling Club’s Ivo and Anne Van Bastelaere claimed second.



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