July 5, 2023
Aussi (Open) Pairs
July 5, 2023
We had 12 teams, on noticeably faster greens, for this annual event. Players came from as far as Cobourg to the west and Ottawa to the east. Special thanks to the tournament coordinator and drawmaster, Louise St. John, for her exceptional efforts in making this happen!
Amadeus Cafe - National Bowls Day Spectacular
Open Pairs, June 3, 2023
It was a beautiful day for bowling in Kingston. What a great way to celebrate National Bowls Day! It was also great to see so many first- and second-year bowlers taking part. They are the future of the sport!
The results were achingly close. After consulting HAL, the KLBC tie-breaking wizard, today's top finishers are...
1st Place - Donnie Wartman and Paul McLaughlin
2nd Place - Curtis Wartman and Isaac Kerr
3rd Place - Pierre Vanderhout and Louise St. John
Thanks to drawmaster and tournament coordinator Louise St. John for all her hard work. We're already looking forward to our next event - another Open Pairs event on July 5. See you then!
July 17, 2022
Women's Pairs / Mixed Pairs
Tournament Notes and Results:
Overall champions: Curtis Wartman & Louise St. John (3 game winners). Other prizes went to George Boersma & Pat Robarts (high 2 game winners), Rick Barnard and Syd Godin (2nd high 2 game winners), and Liz Reid & Don Godin (1 game high).
This was our first open tournament since 2019!
Drawmaster Maureen Butler with champions Louise St. John and Curtis Wartman (Kingston)
High 2-game winners George Boersma (Belleville) and Pat Robarts (Campbellford)
2nd High 2-game winners Rick Barnard and Syd Godin (Campbellford)
1-game High - Don Godin and Liz Reid (Belleville)
Barry Batson Carpentry
September 29, 2019
Novice Mixed triples
KLBC hosted its final tournament of the year on Sunday. It was sponsored by Barry Batson Carpentry and featured 14 teams from a variety of clubs...we had teams from Ottawa, Prescott, and Iroquois in the east to Trenton, Belleville, and Campbellford in the west.
Each team had to have at least one novice ["N"] player, and the skip *had* to be a novice.
The winners were:
1st 3--game winner: Pierre Vanderhout [N], Curtis Wartman [N], and Ursula Cooney. [Kingston]
2nd 3-game winner: John Dundas [N], Cathy Archer Maher [N], and Maureen Butler. [Kingston]
High 2-game winner: Louise Warr [N], Charlie Rowbotham, and Harry McMurter. [Belleville]
High 1-game winner: David Dobbing [N], Isabelle Dobbing [N], and Terry Triskle. [Iroquois]
Member Clubs - Tournament Results Blog
We share the results of tournaments held at OLBA member clubs across the province.