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Bowls Canada Boulingrin  – Kelly McKerihen (Toronto, ON), Leanne Chinery (Victoria, BC) and Pricilla Westlake (Delta, BC) started the second day of the women’s triples at the World Bowls Championships with a 17-13 win over Fiji. In their second match, they dominated Isle of Man with a commanding score of 30-6. McKerihen, Chinery and Westlake didn’t ease up there going into their final match of the day against Ireland.  The women’s triples got off to an early 16-0 lead and continued to lead throughout the match to finish off with a final score of 21-8.  McKerihen, Chinery and Westlake currently sit in 2nd place in their section.  

The women’s pairs team made up of Shirley Fitzpatrick-Wong (Winnipeg, MB) and Jacqueline Foster (Bridgetown, NS) had a rough start to the day. Their first matchup was against the hometown heroes, Jo Edwards and Angela Boyd from New Zealand. The locals took advantage of Fitzpatrick-Wong and Foster, defeating them 12-22. The second matchup saw the Canadian duo face an experienced England pair. A slow start left the Canadians chasing the whole game, and in the end it was too much to overcome. England prevailed with a score of 10-18. Fitzpatrick-Wong and Foster took on Israel in their final match of the day, where the game went back and forth for the first half. In the second part of the match Canada turned up the heat turning an 11-10 game into a 21-12 victory.   

On the men’s side, Cameron LeFresne (Enfield, NS), Steven Santana (North Vancouver, BC), Steve McKerihen (Toronto, ON) and Ryan Stadnyk (Niagara Falls, ON) started off slowly in the men’s fours, losing their first match of the day against South Africa 8-17. The team decided to switch up the rotation after their first day of matches, and moved LeFresne to skip and McKerihen to second. This changeup did the trick, as Canadians won their next match against Hong Kong China 22-15. Their final match of the day saw the Canadians take on Israel. The Canucks got off to a slow start, falling behind 4-10 after 8 ends of play. The Canadians rallied hard but unfortunately couldn’t quite come back, losing by a single point 15-16.

Ryan Bester (Hanover, ON) started the second day of men’s singles against a winless Johnny Ng from Macau. Bester made light work of Ng and won 21-7. The next matchup was a gritty duel as Bester faced off against Sunhill Bahadur of India. After getting off to a slow start, Bester fought his way back to make it a nail-biting finish. Tied at 20-20, Bahadur scored the final point to hand Bester his first loss in the men’s singles. The third round of the day pitted Bester against Will Esterhuizen of Namibia. The Canadian bounced back to his superior form, taking the game 21-8 to improve his overall record to 5-1. Bester, who celebrated his birthday yesterday, sits in first place in his section heading into the final day of round robin play.

Day 3 Lineup

2:15 pm EST

6:15 pm EST

9:45 pm EST

Men’s Singles




Men’s Fours




Women’s Pairs




Women’s Triples




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