This years AGM will be held on March 21, 2015 at 11:00am at the North Vancouver LBC.
This years AGM will be held on November 29th at 11:00am at the North Vancouver LBC.
Clubs throughout BC sent their Men (19) and Women (15) champion pairs team to the two green facility of the Victoria Lawn Bowling Club for the third annual Champion of Champions event. The teams were composed of an experienced bowler plus a bowler with 3 or less seasons on the greens. Many went through qualification.Read more
Gord Fall & Glen Taylor roll bowls for Cancer research - Colwood, BC Veteran lawn bowlers mixed with youngsters last weekend in Colwood during an annual fundraiser that aims to kick cancer in the butt. The 12th annual Bowl for the Cure attracted nearly a full field of 160 bowlers for the two-day fun.Read more
As Provincial hosts for the National Mixed Pairs Championship, B.C. sent two teams to the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club and both came home with medals. After round robin play over the Sept. 7 week, B.C.’s ‘A’ team, Christie Grahame (Skip) and Marlene Cleutinx, finished at the top of the board taking only one loss to Saskatchewan’s.Read more
B.C.’s senior triples team’s headed out east to Quebec in search of gold. Things were starting off well for the men and women - both Richmond based teams - as they both got out to a nice start. The women’s team of On-Kow Au (Skip), Rainbow Lung and Shirley Lai were up 2-0-1 after the.Read more
The Women's Triples podium. B.C. men's pairs playing against Manitoba 'B'. The Men's Fours podium. It was in the Canadian Women’s Triples gold medal game that produced the most exciting finish of the Championship’s final day. In the last end, down three against a feisty Alberta trio, B.C.’s front-end of Belle Chan and.Read more
This is the last week to get your entries into Bowls BC for The Champion of Champions Pairs Tournament as it is right around the corner. This is a great opportunity to get out and play the Pairs Champions for each Club around the Province. The Bowls BC Champion of Champions Pairs is a competitive.Read more
It was a West Coast showdown in suburbia Toronto this past weekend as two B.C. bowlers battled for their chance to represent Canada in Australia. Westlake delivers while Sidel watches. Shortly after the Junior Nationals, 25 & Under World Cup qualifier and Forster Lang Pairs were completed, the National 25 & Under Championships took place..Read more
Pricilla Westlake, B.C.’s only representative and returning champion at the Junior National Championship, defended her Canadian title successfully. The Junior National Championships, held in Ontario at the Etobicoke Lawn Bowling Club, also hosted the boys and the 25 & Under boys and girls events running in the same week. Westlake studies one of Kos'.Read more