Winter is Coming….How will you stay on top of your bowls game?

As any Canadian knows, the winters in Canada can be long and full of snow. Without many bowls-specific indoor clubs in Canada, how can you stay involved this offseason? We talked to Saskatchewan-native Alex Scott and Nova Scotian John Siteman to find out what they do to stay at the top of their game through …

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Welcome to Biased Bowls: A Blog for Canadian Lawn Bowlers!

It is our hope that this is the beginning of a national forum to connect bowlers and clubs across Canada. I have been fortunate to travel across the country and speak with bowlers from coast to coast.  No matter where I go, there is always one common question: “What are other clubs doing?”  This blog …

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Greens Maintenance Tips By Charles Roach, Burlington LBC

This article appeared previously in "Extra Ends" By Charles Roach ARE YOUR GREENS IN GOOD SHAPE FOR THIS BOWLING SEASON? This article is based on greens that have good turf cover all over the green. If you have bare patches you should be attending to these first either by using plugs in small spots or …

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From The Perspective of a Gold Medalist

This article appeared in a previous "Extra Ends" newsletter By Pricilla Westlake It is always an exceptional pleasure and a privilege to play for Canada, and my third time competing at the World Youth Championships (WYC) in Broad Beach, QLD, Australia (March 27 - April 3, 2017) was certainly no exception. I am incredibly grateful …

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