LAWN BOWLING: South Island bowls results

Svend Klausen (Gordon Head LBC

Lawn bowling Results from South Island regional singles tournaments at Victoria Lawn Bowling Club, May 28

(A level) Peace Cup: Svend Klausen (Gordon Head LBC).  Runner-up: Harry Harrison (Juan de Fuca LBC)

(B level) Archibald Findlay Memorial Trophy: Steve Foster (Gordon Head LBC).  Runner-up:  Craig Wilson (Burnside LBC)

(C level) Coast Capital Shield: Brian McCulloch (Victoria LBC).  Runner-up: Jim Bartley (Juan de Fuca LBC)

Results from Women’s Singles, May 27 & 28, Burnside and Victoria lawn bowling clubs

(A level) Flora Martin Shield: Anne Van Bastelaere (Sidney LBC).  Runner-up: Sandy Kajewski (Juan de Fuca LBC)

(B level) Nanaimo Cup Trophy: Linda Cowie (Oak Bay LBC). Runner-up:  Pat Thomas (Oak Bay LBC).


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