Carpet bowling Provincials to be held in 100 Mile House

The provincial carpet bowling playoffs are now finished

Representing Zone 2 for the carpet bowling fours at the provincials will be Little Fort’s Pete and Linda Verhoeven

The provincial carpet bowling playoffs are now finished.

This year the Provincials will be held in 100 Mile House the first week of May.

Representing Zone 2 for the carpet bowling fours will be Little Fort’s Pete and Linda Verhoeven, Adrienne Campbell and Jack Livingstone; for the three’s are Barriere’s Ernie Yungen, Louis and Anne Zijderveld; pairs teams will be Little Fort’s Hector Denton and Mel Sasek, and Kamloops’ sisters Marie Lewis and Louise Phoenix.

 

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