Taking it indoors

First of four indoor tournaments this winter held in Qualicum Beach

The Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club winter season is in full swing.

On November 22 and 23 the club held their first of four winter indoor tournaments.

It was a Mixed Triples event last weekend with a full complement of 36 bowlers participating in the fun action.

There were some hard fought games but in the end the team of Joe Randazzo, Helen Roberts and Bob Hayward prevailed with a record of three wins, a tie and a loss.

Second place went to the team of Martin Fereday, Keith Yates and Dorothy Barr.

Coming in third place were Bob Findlay, Dan Blue and Dolores Adams.

Rounding out the winners was the fourth place team of Ken Bucyk, Keith Alexander and Muriel Barnes.

The Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club also has ongoing morning, afternoon and evening leagues taking place Monday through Friday over the winter months.

If you would like more information on these indoor activities, perfect for the cool wet winter months, please call Mick Banks at 250-738-0531.

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