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The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club hosted the Royal Canadian Legion Mt. Arrowsmith Men’s and Women’s Open Triples Tournament

The greens were in fantastic shape as the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club hosted the Royal Canadian Legion Mt. Arrowsmith Branch 49/Ferguson Exteriors Men’s and Women’s Open Triples Tournament this past weekend.

Teams from across the Island were in Parksville for both the men’s and women’s tournaments, with the majority of winners in each division coming from the Oceanside area.

“A” Division Winners ­— Women

1st: Margaret Clowe, Brenda Cohen and Janice Baird (Qualicum Beach)

2nd: Dorothy Johnson, Frankie Stemler and Ruby Bishop Ryan (Parksville)

3rd: Chris Fereday, Diane Cruickshank and Carol Bucyk (Parksville)

“B” Division Winners — Women

1st: Roberta Stets, Merry Danarti and Frances Scott (Parksville)

“C” Division Winners — Women

1st: Leone King, Jane Nielsen and Liz Pendleton (Qualicum Beach)

“D” Division Winners — Women

1st: Helen Roberts, Helena Poland, Barb Rankin (Qualicum Beach)

“A” Division — Men

1st: Tom Renton, Ed Bryce and Myron Mishio (Nanaimo)

2nd: David Childs, Mick Banks, Joe Randazzo (Qualicum Beach)

3rd: Pat Kelly, Jon Lansdowne and Ken Olenick (Parksville)

“B” Division — Men

1st Bob Findlay, Andy Cruickshank and Joe Stemler (Parksville)

“C” Division — Men

1st: John Wilson, Doug Ives and Alan Brunskill (Parksville)

“D” Division — Men

1st: Archie Harris, Dan Bereza and Peter Harding (Courtenay)

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