PV lawn bowl season wrap

The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club held their second to last event of the season.

The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club held their second to last event of the season.

The Nicklen Roy Mackay Coast Realty Group­ George Gibson Open Triples Tournament was held Sept. 17-18, hot on the heels of the Canadian National Mixed Pairs.

Parksville welcomed players from across the Island and took four of the six top positions with two teams from Nanaimo playing spoiler for the sweep. Both Aaron Nicklen of Coast Realty and George Gibson made presentations to the winners.

The winners and first in the late draw were Rick Quibell, Lynne Chwartacki and Mary Mulligan of Nanaimo. In second in the late draw were Rod and Frances Tester with Dean Thompson, of Nanaimo. Rounding out third was Parksville’s Diane Proctor with Rick and Lynne Britz.

The early draw was an all Parksville affair. First was the team of Chris and Martin Fereday and Keith Baker. Coming in second were Art and Jeanette Fereguson with Jon Lansdowne. In third was the team of Dave Cole with Bob Mascho and Brenda Gorman.

Next for the club is the wrap up tournament on Sept. 28 and awards dinner on the 29th. Sept. 30 will see the greens put to bed for the winter.

Just Posted

$3.5M all-season turf field planned for Qualicum Beach

Town seeks grant for community playing surface upgrades

Car theft suspect arrested in Coombs

Vehicle and two motorcyles recovered on Jan. 16

Qualicum Beach council big on support for multi-use cinema proposal

Society asks for 10,000 square feet, gets recommendation to consider with strategic plan

Lincoln stolen from Parksville dealership found near Duncan

Vehicle was located three days later with minor damage

Ballenas student experiment going into space

Science experiment designed by five SD69 students will travel to International Space Station

B.C. opioid crisis to get same world-renowned treatment approach as HIV/AIDS

A program that focuses on treatment as prevention will roll out Jan. 17

FOCUS: Canada’s revamped impaired driving law brews ‘potential for injustice’

There must be ‘trigger’ for cops to come knocking, Surrey MP says

Barack Obama to speak at Vancouver event

Former U.S. president will speak with board of trade in March

Former welfare clients still owed money, B.C. Ombudsperson says

Investigation found 2,600 people docked illegally for earning income

Prince George could get province’s second BC Cannabis Store

The first brick-and-mortar government retail location opened in Kamloops on Oct. 17

B.C. chowdery caught up in ‘rat-in-soup’ scandal to close

Crab Park Chowdery will be shutting down Jan. 20

Teen vaping is an epidemic: US government

E-cigarettes are now the top high-risk substance used by teenagers, outpacing cigarettes, alcohol, marijuana

Vancouver councillors unanimously approve motion declaring climate emergency

Vancouver joins cities like Los Angeles and London

Caribou herd disappears from Kootenays after last cow relocated

One cow from the South Selkirk herd and two from the Purcells were moved this week

Most Read