Crokinole players compete

Crokinole players from Summerland and around the South Okanagan competed in the B.C. Open Crokinole Championship in Oliver on March 5.

Michael Hughes works on a crokinole shot. The B.C. Open Crokinole Championship was held in Oliver

Crokinole players from Summerland and around the South Okanagan competed in the B.C. Open Crokinole Championship in Oliver on March 5.

Competitive Doubles: First Jody Good, Kelowna and Saje Good, Kelowna; second Quin Erzinger, Peachland and Linda Irvine, Oliver, third Ed Ripley, Summerland and Jordon Ripley, Summerland; fourth Richard Guptill, Sturgeon County, Alta. and Ed Erzinger, Peachland.

Recreational Doubles: First Elle Good, Kelowna and Petal Good, Kelowna; second Wilf Pauls, Enderby and Pearl Pauls, Enderby; third Devin Craig, Penticton and Chuck Van Dusen, Oliver.

Competitive Singles: First Linda Irvine, Oliver; second Jordon Ripley, Summerland; third Quin Erzinger, Peachland; fourth Michael Hughes, Summerland.

Recreational Singles: First Petal Good, Kelowna; second Elle Good, Kelowna; third Gordon Gunn, Owen Sound, Ont.; fourth Brendan Pauls, Kelowna.

Most 20s: Quin Erzinger, Peachland.

Many of the South Okanagan players practice in Summerland.

 

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