Local carpet bowling club hosting semifinals

Six teams vying for provincials at Creekside Seniors Activity Centre, March 18

The 100 Mile House Carpet Bowling Club is hosting the provincial carpet bowling semifinals for teams of three at the Creekside Seniors Activity Centre on March 18, and folks are invited to come and watch the action.

Six teams – 100 Mile House, Interlakes, Kamloops, Chase, Little Fort and Barriere – will be vying for a berth in the provincial championships in Prince George, May 4-8.

Starting at 10 a.m. on March 18, there will be three games before the lunch break (1-2 p.m.) and three after.

The provincial pairs semifinals will be held in Barriere on March 13 and the fours will be held at Interlakes Hall on March 25.

The 100 Mile House and Interlakes clubs has competitors in all three semifinals.


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