Parksville lawn bowling season awards

Lawn bowling club hands out awards as activities move indoors for the winter season

The greens at the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club are going to get some rest for the winter after a great season, according to public relations manager Carol Bucyk.

The PLBC held their annual wrap up banquet and awards night this past week, handing out the hardware for the following winners:

Men’s Novice: Peter Scott

Women’s Novice: Carol Barr

Men’s Singles Club Championship: Jon Lansdowne

Women’s Singles Club Championship: Jan MacNaughton

MacNaughton Competitive Pairs Men: Keith Baker and Rick Dolley

MacNaughton Competitive Pairs Women: Jan MacNaughton and Sandi Mitchell

Club Mixed Pairs: Art Ferguson and Merry Danarti

Jack and Jill Mixed Pairs: Roberta Stets and Peter Zyboyovsky

Tuesday Night Mixed pairs: Gary Robinson and Praiwan Davis

Club Triples Men: Ken Soothill, Joe Stemler and Martin Fereday

Club Triples Women: Lucille Picard, Cheryl Baker and Bev Beaith

Club Mixed Triples: Mick Rix, Diane Proctor and John Winkleman

Hunter ­Pellow Mixed Triples Trophy: Sandi Mitchell, Keith and Cheryl Baker

Club Fours: Carol Bucyk (skip), Jon Lansdowne, Lennie Jarrett and Bob Mascho

Over “70” League: Eldon Rowe

Wednesday Morning Women’s League: Terry Chapell

Thursday Morning Men’s League: Andy Burton

 

With the outdoor lawn bowling season done, the club will now move their activities indoors.

The club will be hosting bridge and crib games, which the public is invited to play, for a nominal fee.

For more information on times and dates watch the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club’s website at www.parksvillelawnbowlingclub.com

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