The 2019 Indoor Season has been in full swing and players have been practicing in leagues, on their own and taking clinics getting themselves ready for the 2019 Provincial Indoor Championships. Once again this year it will be a full slate of tournaments as players will hit the carpet to try and win a crown.Read more
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After a week of some great Bowling, up and down weather, British Columbia would leave the 2018 Canadian Mixed Pairs Champions as Oak Bay LBC's Brent Jansen and Karen Evans would become the 2018 Canadian Champions. At this years event on home soil, British Columbia would have two teams participating in this years Championships. It was.Read more
It was a week that saw pretty much all types of weather that came through Calgary, Alberta but it didn't stop the BC Teams from making stops at the podium! It was a banner day for the British Columbia Men's "A" Team as they would take home the Gold Medal and the title of the.Read more
Its been a great tournament so far as Teams from across Canada have been fighting it out at the Qualicum Beach LBC as the Canadian Mixed Pairs Championships continues. Ten teams of two, representing seven provinces across Canada, will compete for the national title. This Championship is one of Bowls Canada’s most popular competitions as it.Read more
Our BC Senior Teams are ready to go as they are prepped and awaiting the start of the 2018 Canadian Senior Triples Championships, being held this year in Calgary Alberta. Teams from across the Country have gathered for a week of Bowls, Friendship and a great time on the greens. This year British Columbia will have.Read more
Earl Luk was at the top of his game as it would be an all British Columbia final, as Richmond LBC's Luk would face West Vancouver club member, Jim Duholke in a rematch of the Provincial Quarters. The winner of this game would head to Adelaide, in South Australia next September to represent Canada at.Read more
It was almost a bit of deja vu people would say, as the defending Canadian Champions would go back and do it again this time winning the title in Regina Saskatchewan. Skipper Josephine Lee would take her team of, Pricilla Westlake, Sarina Mak, and Gigi Chan and defend their title as British Columbia B defeated.Read more