The Dartmouth LBC is the host venue for the first Canadian Championships of the season, the Jr’s and U25’s. Today marks the opening of the tournament with matches beginning tomorrow and continuing through Aug 7th. You can safely anticipate a closely contested championship. Canada’s youth bowlers are progressing in their skill and knowledge at light speed, with many of them already having been exposed to international play. Bowls Canada has arranged for live streaming of many of the matches, set aside some viewing time – you won’t be disappointed. Click here for the live stream link. You can check out the Dartmouth LBC website here.
Most bowlers will never see an 8 ender much less score one. But Brenda Frank isn’t most people. Brenda had three of them within 4 days this past week. Wow!! During a club game this past Wednesday, Brenda and club mate Joanne Kullman (below left) recorded a rare perfect end – the score of 8. Additionally, over the weekend, while competing in the Tom Moore Memorial tournament, Brenda and playing partner Barb Heinrichs scored an 8 ender in two different games. Way to go ladies!! Congratulations to all!!!!
Congratulations to Jerome Kirby and Rick Knockaert – they are the 2017 Manitoba Open Pairs Champions. Bravo!
Congratulations to Tuxedo LBC members Brian Kullman and Ellen Diehl – they are the 2017 Tom Moore Memorial Champions. Well done!
- The plucky players have refused to let age or disability get in the way of their favourite game by using the clever inventions which enable them to bowl with ease
- Members with back, hip, or knee problems are now able to bowl like never before, as are bowlers who need to use wheelchairs
- Sarah Bage, customer involvement officer, Thirteen Group, said: “Physical activity has a huge impact on people’s health and well-being and it is great to see that this sport can now be opened up to more people in our communities.”