Congratulations to everyone who competed yesterday in Bedford at the Janet Merry Mixed Pairs! This year’s champions were Cameron LeFresne and Lena Cameron (Wanderers) who won the title with an undefeated 3-0 record (61 match points). 2nd Place went to Vicki Balcom and John Driscoll (Dartmouth) who also finished with a 3-0 record but ended up with 56 match points. 3rd place went to Carolyn Reeves and Hector Comeau (Bedford) who finished with a 2-1 record and a +10 differential to top 2 other teams in tiebreaking. Thanks to Bedford for hosting another great event! Up next on the LBNS calendar has bowlers headed off to the Valley for the Joe Tidd Memorial Open Triples at the Bridgetown Lawn Bowls Club on July 8th.
It’s now been just over a week since John and Ann Marie Siteman returned from competing in the 2023 Australian Open! We both would like to thank everyone for following along in the posts as we battled it out in our 6th Australian Open. Here are some highlights of the trip. If you’re looking at a great opportunity to test your skills in the sport at the highest level while having an awesome vacation too- definitely think about making your way to the Gold Coast in June 2024 for next year’s event. Any questions or need any advice?- we’re here to support any Canadians as they make their way for the World’s Largest Bowls Festival!
Lawn Bowls Nova Scotia is the Provincial Sport Organization responsible for Lawn Bowls (both indoor and outdoor) in Nova Scotia.