Indoor lawn bowling tournament

The Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club recently held an indoor tournament November 9 and 10.

Tournament winners (from left) Marvin Barker

Tyson Taylor

sports@pqbnews.com

The Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club recently held an indoor tournament November 9 and 10.

We’ve got the results and the winning team of Marvin Barker, Helena Poland and Mike Morgan (alternate Pat Reid) bested the team of Bill Davenport, Ken Soothill and Joan Baddeley. Third Place went to the team of Cor Poland, Gavin Reid (alternates Audrey Isbell and Denis Ethier.

The club will be holding another tournament to kick off the New Year on Jan. 4-5. Members of the QBLBC are enjoying being able to bowl all year round, even with the cold weather outside.

The Qualicum Beach facility is the only one in North America with both an indoor and outdoor pitch, something the members love to take advantage of.

Tyson Taylor

sports@pqbnews.com

The Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club recently held an indoor tournament November 9 and 10.

We’ve got the results and the winning team of Marvin Barker, Helena Poland and Mike Morgan (alternate Pat Reid) bested the team of Bill Davenport, Ken Soothill and Joan Baddeley. Third Place went to the team of Cor Poland, Gavin Reid (alternates Audrey Isbell and Denis Ethier.

The club will be holding another tournament to kick off the New Year on Jan. 4-5. Members of the QBLBC are enjoying being able to bowl all year round, even with the cold weather outside.

The Qualicum Beach facility is the only one in North America with both an indoor and outdoor pitch, something the members love to take advantage of.

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