Parksville lawn bowl club dominates

The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club hosted its last major tournament of the outdoor bowling season.

The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club hosted its last major tournament of the outdoor bowling season with teams from Parksville dominating the standings.

The prestigious event, hosted by Nicklen Roy Mackay Real Estate/George Gibson, drew a field of players from around Vancouver Island.

In the end the Parksville club took six of the top eight positions.

First overall went to the Parksville team of Art Ferguson, Sandi Mitchell and Jeanette Ferguson.

Second in the late draw went to John Wilson, Doug Ives and Jane Neilsen (Qualicum Beach).

Third went to the team of Kate Wilson, Keith Baker and Diane Cruickshank (Parksville).

Fourth place went to Jon Lansdowne, Jim and Flo Muir (Parksville).

The early draw winners were the team of Rick Quibell, Jon Kendall and Lynn Chwartacki (Nanaimo).

Second place went to Martin Fereday, Chris Fereday and Peter Scott (Parksville).

Third place was won by Brenda Edwards, Wayne Edwards, Roberta Stets (Parksville).

Rounding out the early draw, in fourth place, was the team of Keith Terlson, Pat Goodwin and Sandy Taylor (Parksville).

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