North Isle lawn bowling

Club champions from across the North Island were in town last weekend for the Zone Men’s and Ladies Singles championships.

Club champions from Courtenay, Nanaimo, Parksville, Port Alberni, Powell River and host club Qualicum Beach were in town last weekend for the North Island Zone Men’s and Ladies Singles, which included the novice bowlers from each club.

Played under ideal weather, good crowds came out to show their support at the two-day tournament at the Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club. The event showcased some of the sport’s best lawn bowlers, also giving a chance for the novice bowlers (first year bowlers) to make their mark in the game at a high level.


Gold: Robin Forrest, Port Alberni

Silver: Mary Mulligan, Nanaimo

Ladies Novice

Gold: Cheryl Holland, Nanaimo

Silver: Evelyn Hay, Port Alberni


Gold: Stephen Forrest, Port Alberni

Silver: Vern Greenhill, Courtenay

Men Novice

Gold: Peter Scott, Parksville

Silver: Bob Hungar, Nanaimo

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