- Law is known as “the lawn bowler” for a reason, as he’s been travelling the country for national events since he was 12 and has numerous top-three finishes on his resumé. He’s also been to Australia twice for the World Youth Championships and was a member of the Canadian development team last season
- “Playing at home, I have a little more trouble with it, there’s definitely more pressure,” said Law, who will be graduating from the University of Manitoba next year with a degree in accounting and finance. “You really want to perform well in your hometown
- “It’s always been a long-time goal of mine to play in the Commonwealth Games. We just had one come up and I was passed on the selection for that one, but coming up is another four-year cycle,” said Law
See Baylee bowl in Winnipeg during the Canadian Youth Championships, Aug 14 – 18 at the St James LBC.