Canada beats U.S. in lawn bowling final

South Island Bowlers Organization tournament at Victoria Lawn Bowling Club in Beacon Hill Park.

Gord Fall and Phyllis Ingram of Burnside/Cowichan lawn bowling clubs did Canada proud Sunday, defeating Chris Davis and Johne Hollingsworth of Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club of Seattle in the championshipo game of the  South Island Bowlers Organization tournament at Victoria Lawn Bowling Club in Beacon Hill Park.

The A Division final, Craig Wilson and Carah Webster of the Burnside/Lakehill lawn bowling clubs beat Steve and Shannon Santana of Vancouver South Lawn Bowling Club.

B Division action saw John Reid and Gordon Grant of Burnside Lawn Bowling Club over Kiyoshi Sekiguchi and Nigel Pieloth of Victoria Lawn Bowling Club.

Lawn bowling season runs from April to mid-October with playing times on most mornings, afternoons and some evenings. New players are always welcome. Please call 250-383-5851 for more information.

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