Oak Bay Women’s Triples

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Falling Leaves Men’s Singles

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Labour Day Quaddie

A full slate of enthusiastic bowlers participated in the Labour Day Quaddie, as temperatures soared on the holiday Monday. Despite the heat, competition was intense throughout the day. Diane Downing and Darlene Lee kept the snacks and liquid refreshments flowing from the kitchen during the … [Read more...]

BSI Novice Men’s Singles Tournament

Although no eligible novice women were available from Oak Bay to compete in the BSI Novice Women's Singles Tournament at Juan de Fuca LBC, there was plenty of action at Burnside LBC on the Men's side. Oak Bay was admirably represented by Ed Lounsbury (OBLBC Novice Champ) and Mitch O'Brien (OBLBC … [Read more...]

Margaret Smith Daffodil Women’s Pairs

Louise Mason (skip), Helen Kempster - 2nd Place, B Event Linda Cowie (skip), Karen Evans - Finalists, B Event Joan Firkins (skip), Pat Thomas - Winners, C Event … [Read more...]

Bert Nelson Bowlspiel

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Executive Nominations

Nominations for members of the Club Executive for 2017-18 have to be made 30 days in advance of the upcoming Annual General Meeting, set for October 22, 2017. (Updated) details of the nomination process are here. The Nominating Committee has almost a full complement of nominees for 2017-18, but is … [Read more...]

Peloton Technologies visit

Tuesday, 22 August provided another opportunity to show off our sport and club. On this occasion we welcomed a group of employees from Peloton Technologies along with their spouses. Visit coordinators were Allison Betton for Peloton and Marcia Wood for Oak Bay LBC. After some introductory … [Read more...]

Club Cutthroat Tournament – June 25 to August 6

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Oak Bay steps up at Nationals

Oak Bay Club volunteers are making a strong showing at the Nationals. Almost everywhere one looked on Monday, August 14, an Oak Bay volunteer could be seen contributing to the success of the 2017 National Championships. Over 30 of our club members filled roles such as officials, umpires, and … [Read more...]