Parksville lawn bowling tournament

Next up is the Bluenose Motors Men’s Triples Classic running June 12-­14.

The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club’s Mixed Triples Tournament saw the team of Joe Campbell

Seventy­ two bowlers took to the green in early and late draws for the Parksville Mixed Triples Tournament, which was held last week at the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club.

In the early draw, the team of Bob Findlay, Lorraine Maxwell and Joe Campbell took first place and the club trophy. Second went to Carol Bucyk, Lynne Britz and Bob Mascho. Ken Bucyk, Merry Danarti and Ev Dimond took third.

The late draw winning team was that of Gil Simpson, Anne Gibson and Murray Sinclair (novice). Second went to Rick Dolley, Sandy Taylor and Jan Arnelien, while third place honours went to Keith Terlson, Jerry Blumfald and Ruby Bishop ­Ryan.

Next up is the prestigious Bluenose Motors Men’s Triples Classic, June 12-­14. The club invites spectators to come and enjoy some of the best bowlers from the Island and Lower Mainland as they play for top prizes.

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