Monthly Archives: August 2017

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Canadian Senior Triples come to a conclusion

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The competitions for the Senior Triples teams came to a conclusion today at the national event held in Peterborough, ON.  The women’s team of Peggy Plathan, Sharon Brunelle and Patricia Walker finished with a record of 4, 4, and 1 to place 7th out of the ten provincial teams competing.  The men’s team of David Simpson, George Hamilton and a substitute player from Ontario finished with a record of 3, 5, and 1.  Their vice, Leon Dallas was injured close to the end of the very first game and was unable to play for the duration of the competition.

The medal rounds of the competition begin tomorrow…to see the results go to: http://bowlscanada.com/en/championship/2017champ_senior.html

 

 


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Southern Open Triples

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Nine teams competed for cash in the Southern Open Triples over the last weekend of August.  The tournament was hosted by the Rotary Lawn Bowling Club in Calgary and featured teams and players from every club in Calgary as well as a team from Lethbridge.

And the teams walking away with the most cash were:
First:  Kevin Power, Dave Cox and and Scott Parker
Second:  Peter Mok, Mike O’Reilly and Ju Cho
Third:  Joanna Cooper, Rod Adams and Nicole Sutton
Fourth:  Robert Rodzinyak, Al McGarty and Esther Rodzinyak


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Northern Open Triples Tournament

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Twelve teams competed for cash in the Northern Open Triples tournament this past weekend. The Royal Lawn Bowling club did a great job of hosting the teams again as they competed in hot temperatures under clear skies.

And the teams walking away with the most cash prizes were:
First: Jan Robinson, Bev Robinson and Dwayne Hauck
Second: Dolly Gouw, Pete Wilson and Valerie McCaffrey
Third: Doug Wilson, June Ji and Tara Wilson
Fourth: Cecilia Gillespie, Alexis Gallacher and Kiera Schaelow


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Alberta Men’s Team receives the Cy English Plaque

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For the second time in three years the Alberta Men’s A team tallied more points than any other provincial team through the round robin games of the Canadian Championships.  Playing strong and earning big results all week long were Pat Bird, Lyall Adams, Francis Standen, Herman Cooper, Roy Riege, Jon MacDonald, Keith Johnson, Greg Wilson and Derek Dillon.  Huge congratulations men!


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Alberta brings home medals from the Canadian Championships

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The Bowls Canada Canadian Championships for Women and Men’s pairs, triples and fours were held at the Juan de Fuca Lawn Bowling club just outside of Victoria, BC from August 14 through to August 19.  Alberta sent 8 teams to compete with the best from most of the provinces across Canada.  Three teams took home medals as follows:

Gold medal: Pat Bird, Lyall Adams, Francis Standen and Herman Cooper
Bronze medal: Jan Robinson, Jenn MacDonald and Pat Vos
Bronze medal: Greg Wilson and Derek Dillon.

Congratulations to all the players for a fine showing at the Nationals and a special thanks to Grady Long for assisting as the team manager and to Derek Dillon for serving as the team coach.


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Northern Novice Pairs Results

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The Royal Lawn Bowling Club hosted the Novice Pairs on Aug. 12 and 13 under the direction of the drawmaster, Howard Davison.  Eight teams competed for the medals with the following results:

Gold:  Kim and Emanuel Cordeiro
Silver: Alexis Gallacher and Kiera Schaelow
Bronze: Brenda Arruda and Shannon McEwen

Congratulations to all the players and a special thanks again to Royal Lawn Bowling Club for being such great hosts.


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Southern Novice Pairs Medalists

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The Southern Novice Pairs Tournament was held at the Bow Valley Lawn Bowling club again this year with Peter and Mary Gubitz as the drawmaster and umpire for the event.  Eight teams competed over the two hot days with the following results:

Gold:  Twin sisters Lorna and Leona Hatton from Calgary Lawn
Silver:  Mike OèReilly and Dave Storrow from Calgary Lawn
Bronze: Bev Robinson and Dwayne Hauck from Stanley Park

Congratulations to all the players and a special thanks again to Bow Valley Lawn Bowling Club for being such great hosts.

 


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2 Juniors attend the Canadian Juniors Championship

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For the first time in several years, Alberta had two representatives at the 2017 Canadian Junior Championship.  Alexis Gallacher and Kiera Schaelow, members of the Highlands Lawn Bowling Club, and coached by Cecilia Gillespie, were introduced to the game by their grandparents.  Off they traveled to Halifax where they had a terrific time, bowled great for their first national event, and made many friends for life.  Congratulations to Alexis Gallacher for winning a medal for 4th place!


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Mixed Pairs Playdowns

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The Mixed Pairs playdowns took place on July 28 – 30 at the Commonwealth Lawn Bowling Club.  Congratulations to the medal winners.  Jan Robinson and Herman Fischer picked up the bronze, Derek Dillon and Claire Day settled for the silver, and Roy Riege and Pat Vos won the gold to earn the privilege of representing Alberta at the National Mixed Pairs Championship.


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Visually Impaired Bowlers Playoff

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Four of the Alberta visually impaired bowlers squared off in some test games last weekend as a preparation for attending the Canadian Championships. Each bowler and their guide played three games and then the Edmonton players squared off against the Calgary players. Edmonton prevailed!

Heather Hannet, and her director Stu Barton, and Vivian Kwan, and her director Marvin Kwan, plan to attend the Blind Bowlers National Competition in St. Catherines, ON the last week of August. We wish them great bowls and a good time of fellowship with other bowlers and directors from across Canada.