Kerrisdale is currently being represented by these bowlers at various Vancouver and District and inter-club league competitions. Get out, if you can, and support your club members.
Ed Angel Triples at West Point Grey
Kerrisdale is represented by two teams this year,
The Kerrisdale 1 team of skip Bob Scott, second Tom Kwan and lead David Goddard is currently unbeaten and leading the 16-team league after six weeks of round-robin play.
Kerrisdale 2 is made up of skip Tom Berridge, second-year bowler John Demonye and Barrie Brown.
To check on weekly results and standings for your Kerrisdale teams, click here: https://wpglawnbowling.ca/ed-angel-league/
Your V&D West Division champion Kerrisdale Thunder will be once again be represented by Barrie Brown, David Goddard and Tom Berridge.
The Pennant League runs on Monday evenings through to the middle of July. For up-to-date scores and overall standings, click here: https://www.vndba.com/monday-night-mens-leagues
Whiskey Bowl v Dunbar LBC
Number of teams dependent on availability by both clubs. To be determined.
Westside Women's League at West Point Grey
This year, KLBC has one team entered in the 12-team Friday morning triples league.
Skip Rosemary Cryer, Brenda Rhodes and associate member Amy Leung make up the
Elm Park team. A full table of scores is available at: https://wpglawnbowling.ca/west-side-womens-league/
This year, KLBC did not enter any teams in the event.
Mixed or Open Events
Elm Park Triples League at KLBC
This year, KLBC has three teams entered in the Tuesday morning event.
You can find out everything about the Elm Park Triples under Tournaments on the club website banner.
You can get there even quicker by clicking on: https://www.krlbc.com/elm-park-triples
President's Cup at Granville Park LBC
This year, Kerrisdale won the President's Cup tournament designed for executive board members only. It was just the second time that Kerrisdale has brought home the cup. The last time Kerrisdale won was in 2011. Congratulations to club president Peter Lee and board member Brenda Rhodes, who made up a strong front end to the Kerrisdale fours team.
Top Ten Tournament
The V&D Top-10 tournament is made up of one mixed team of 10 KLBC players, with a minimum of four players of one gender.
This year, your Kerrisdale team is represented by: John Aveline in singles; Belle Chan and David Goddard in pairs; Jack Green, Dianne Petrant and Peter Lee in triples; and Barrie Brown, Rosemary Cryer, Tom Berridge and Suphin Nakutnok in fours. Ricki Chan, Brenda Rhodes and Ross Gentleman will stay with the team as spares.
In addition there are a huge number of tournaments that are played at different clubs around the Vancouver and District area on most weekends throughout the season. Some of these require team members to be from the same club, others allow teams to be comprised of players from different clubs. See the V&D handbook for details