Lawn bowling in QB

Great sunny weather for Qualicum Beach competition

The Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club held its club mixed triples competition under sunny skies recently, making for some great bowling action.

The teams for this tournament were made up by the games committee with the idea of introducing some of its newer members to tournament play.

There were plenty of close games and it came down to ends won and point differential to decide the winners, as there were no undefeated teams.

John Wilson (skip), Pat Reid (third) and Larry Lirette (lead) took top spot and the trophy.

Second place went to Mick Banks, Joe Fairhurts and Susanna Comadina.

Rounding out the top three positions were David Childs, Helen Roberts and Marvin Barker, taking third place.

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