40 of Canada’s most skilled Lawn Bowlers, coaches and managers converged on Winnipeg, Manitoba on Aug 14-18th to take part in this year’s Canadian Youth Championships.

40 of Canada’s most skilled Lawn Bowlers, coaches and managers converged on Winnipeg, Manitoba on Aug 14-18th to take part in this year’s Canadian Youth Championships. Held at the St. James Lawn Bowling Club, the 5-day competition featured U18 and U25 Men’s and Women’s Singles competition.

Saskatchewan High Performance Athletes Jordan Kos, Sydney Boyd, Alena Bergeron, Mason Boyd, Brandon Watson, Carter Watson, Lorrand Wong and Jordan Gailey represented Saskatchewan at the Nationals Championship.

Jean Roney, Bowls Sask Junior team coach was thrilled with the athlete’s personal best performances and progression, stating “Our Saskatchewan bowlers had a very strong showing and we and they can be proud of their accomplishments.  There were some heart breaking losses but in these games there was spectacular bowling. Congratulations to them all.

Highlight of this event was the silver medal awarded to Jordan Kos and the bronze medal to Sidney Boyd in the U25 Women’s category. Brandon Watson ended up fourth in the U25 Men’s category after losing the match to get to the gold medal game by only 1 point.

Results and links to results can be found at http://www.bowls.sk.ca/ and http://bowlscanada.com/.

Bowls Sask would like to congratulate the Regina Lawn Bowling Club, the Nutana Lawn Bowling Club of Saskatoon and the Mayfair Lawn Bowling Club of Saskatoon for producing such outstanding athletes for Team Sask.

Bowls Sask would like to thank David Calam of SK for taking on the role of president of BCB for the last two years. It is so good to be in a province where everyone cares so much about this sport! All the best in your new ventures David!

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