Here is what the Bowls BC landscape looks like. We have been collecting more information to help better understand the participation levels in our Province. We will continue to work hard to understand the demographics and how many people are actually playing bowls. Our metrics have to be looked at differently as just because someone isn't a.Read more
Maple Ridge Lawn Bowling Club will be holding their annual Men’s Open Triples tournament - April 24th at 9:00am. This is always a great way to start the year by playing on the artificial surface. The tournament fills up quickly so please get your entries in right away.
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It was a great weekend of Lawn Bowling as both Women and Men participated in Bowls BC Indoor qualifying event at the Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling. This was the first time that a qualifier was held with the winners (Women's 1st Place and Men's 1st, 2nd and 3rd place) receiving funds and travel expenses to participate.Read more
The Nanaimo Sport Achievement Awards took place recently and it was Bowls BC own Hirendra Bhartu that took home one of the years honours. The awards gala recognized some of Nanaimo's top athletes and teams, and acknowledged some other individuals for their contributions to the local sports community. The 11th annual sport achievement awards were.Read more
It has been quite a roller coaster the last few months and what a great way to finish the 2015 Season with an Asia Pacific Men’s Pairs Gold Medal for Canada with long time Bowls Friend Ryan Bester. My first gold medal internationally and will cherish the experience for a lifetime. Some big.Read more
It's taken 11 years to accomplish but Canada has won a Gold Medal at the Asia Pacific Championships. It wasn't a dream start for the Canadian duo but they hung in there are roared over the line to win GOLD. The 2015 Asia Pacific Championships came to a close for Team Canada with Ryan.Read more
It was a great day for the Team Canada yesterday as the Men's Pairs Team of Steven Santana and Ryan Bester advanced to the Gold Medal game by beating the high profile Australian duo of Nathan Rice and Ray Pearse. It was an all out battle that saw the long time friends come out on.Read more
The International Bowls For The Disabled World Championships are taking place in Lower Hutt, New Zealand. The competition runs from February 16th through 27th, 2015 at the Hutt Bowling Club and Naenae Bowling Club. Competitors from all over the World have gathered in New Zealand to try and become this years World Champion.
The 2014 Canadian Singles has been going on over the past week and BC has been well represented throughout the tournament as 5 players from BC attended the National Event to try and stake claim for the rights to head over seas to represent Canadian at the 2015 World Championships. Malcolm Taylor (North Van LBC).Read more