Chris Vanderstoep

Lake hosts carpet bowling finals

On April 13, Cowichan Lake Recreation, in partnership with the Honeymoon Bay Carpet Bowlers, hosted

On April 13, Cowichan Lake Recreation, in partnership with the Honeymoon Bay Carpet Bowlers, hosted the Vancouver Island Carpet Bowling finals at the curling rink in Lake Cowichan.

In the pairs event, Shirley Currie and David Hayward from Crofton captured first place. Chris Vanderstoep and Doreen Clark came second with Wally and Pat Lamond coming third.

Gold in the triples event went to Betty Baird, Gordon Knill and Ian Howes of Langford. Team Evergreen (Paul LeBlanc, Johannas Blech and Beverly Hambly) walked away with silver, and Team Lighthouse (Layne Thornton, John Lock and Eloina Greenwood) took home the bronze.

Langford players dominated the fours event, too. Donna Martin, Marion Wilhelm, Klaus Wilhelm and Jill Strasdas came first.

The teams from Duncan and Port Alberni came second and third respectively.

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