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Week of May 29 – June 4, 2023

May 30, 2023

Parksville Lawn Bowling Club

Change to Tuesday Morning Draw

The Tuesday morning draw will now be open to all members. 

Kathleen Motley, Games Director

Visit from Port Alberni Club Members

On June 15, 2023 we will be hosting a visit from some of the members of the Port Alberni club. They are coming to join us in our 1:00 draw. If you are able to join us on this day that would be great. Everyone welcome. A good opportunity to meet more members of our lawn bowling community. 

Sandi Mitchell


Reminder – Hot Dog Time – June 9, 2023

The numbers are growing for the Hot Dog Special on Friday June 9th, 2023 after the afternoon draw. There is still room for more but we need to know by Wednesday morning, at the latest. Sign up sheet still on the notice board.


Hats & Pins

We have a number of green and white hats for sale at $15 each. We also have a few Parksville Lawn Bowling pins left .. we will not be ordering more … Please see Chuck Benson for the pins .. cost $1.00 each.


Tenderfoot Tournament

Novices!!! Our tenderfoot tournament on July 15 and 16, 2023 is in desperate need of some novices to join a team. It’s just like bowling at the club in a draw except if you place you can win some remuneration. There is a notice on the board to sign up. 

Sandi Mitchell


Revisions to the latest Laws of the Sport

World Bowls has recently rescinded two of the new laws that had come into effect in Canada just this spring. They are Laws 37.1.3 and

The laws were introduced to combat cheating. If a player either stopped one of their own bowls or lifted another bowl to clear its path, that team would immediately forfeit the game. The circumstances might be stopping your team’s last bowl that was likely to disturb the head and take away shots you were holding, or to lift another bowl to clear a route to the head where you could improve your team’s situation in the head. Believe it or not, it seems these things happened somewhere.

Somewhere in the Southern Hemisphere, where the new laws came in last fall, the new laws have been applied to punish those that innocently stop one of their team’s bowls heading directly to the ditch, with a forfeit of the game. (Who hasn’t intercepted a bowl before it hits the ditch?). The laws were not created for this situation, but are loose enough to be interpreted that way.

So when you get your new Laws book, strike out Laws 37.1.3 and

Here is a link to the article on the World Bowls site that explains the situation in more detail.


July 2024
22 July
All Day

All Day – Green Closed

22 July
All Day

Registration for Club Novice and Intermediate Singles Tournament Closes

22 July
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

6:30PM – Interclub Triples

24 July
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

6:30PM – PGOSA

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