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 FOLLOWING ARE THE FIRST PLACE WINNERS OF OUR 2016 TOURNAMENTS

ALLAN CUP
John Randle, Irene Toulouse, Jason Valchar
IMAGINE CRUISE & TRAVEL
Martin Fereday, Chris Fereday, Olav Skjelbred
H & M JONES
Chuck Rogerson, Monique Burgoyne
BERWICK ON THE LAKE
Rick Quibell, Mary Mulligan, Lynn Chwartacki, Mick Banks
INKSTER
Al Barrass, June Noble, Marj Finske, Monique Bourgoyne
CENTENNIAL CUP
Rick Quibel, Mary Mulligin, John Kendall, Lynn Chwartacki
JACK MacLAUGHLAN
Keith McMann, Bob Hungar, Dave Ruckman
JIM GAVIN
Carol Chapman, Bob Hungar, Fred Hulke, Marian Wallace
RALPH WILSON
  Chuck Rogerson, Dave Ruckman
RUTH NOVIS 75+
Emily Lawson, Ron Chisholm
VINCE CRAWLEY
June Meaning, Marian Wallace, Meg McGovern, Edna Coté
CLUB MEMBERSHIP
Day 1: Peter Barter, Carol Chapman
Day 2: Jean Giszas, Dave Ruckman
CLUB SINGLES
Men’s: Hirendra Bhartu     Novice Men’s: Richard Brind
Ladies: Mary Mulligan       Novice Ladies: Christine Brind
Juniors Under 12: Jessica Valchar
Jr. Under 12 Special Mention: Esmee Driscall
ERNIE JOHNSON
Barbara Berg, Teresa Rogerson, David Ball
JANET & DEREK SHANDLEY
Bob Finlay, Joyce Finlay, Joe Randazzo
LAKESIDE GARDENS
Olav Skjelbred, Roberta Stets
WHEATON
Emily Lawson, Barbara Berg

Blank1Donn Sherry Award
Nominated by NLBC,

DONN SHERRY
receives the 2013 Volunteer Of The Year Award
offered by the North Island & Powell River District
on behalf of Bowls BC.
Presenting is NLBC Past President, David Mitchell

 

Blind Provincial Championships
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McArthur Park KLBC
McArthur Park Lawn Bowling Club, Kamloops, BC

Four Nanaimo visually impaired bowlers accompanied by two directors travelled to Kamloops in 2013 for an invitational tournament.
Each pair played 3 games.
The Nanaimo pair of Dave Ruckman skip and Randy Fred lead went undefeated and won 1st prize.
Tshepo Raditladi ( Nan ) played lead with Charles from Kamloops.
They had a record of 2 wins and 1 loss ( losing only to Dave & Randy ) and claimed 3rd prize.
Jay Gatley (Nanaimo) played lead with Kay Miller of Kamloops. Their record was 1 win and 2 losses and they placed 4th.
Also, skip Al Hanet of Kelowna and lead Eugene Amburg of Burnaby place 2nd with 2 wins and 1 loss.
The tournament was played at McArthur Park.
They have 8 visually impaired bowlers and for most of them this was their first opportunity to play against low vision players from around the province.
The club had many volunteers to act as directors and markers. The kitchen staff provided a delicious chili lunch as well as nutritious snacks throughout the day.
Maureen Hickey was the tournament organizer and did a superb job.
Thank you to David Burns and Donn Sherry who accompanied the Nanaimo bowlers.
Thanks to BC Blind Sports who coordinated the event and provided accommodations and transportation for the out of town participants.

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