The Alberta Fours Championship 2024 recently concluded on June 21-23rd, 2024 with an exhilarating display of skill, strategy, and teamwork at the historic Stanley Park Lawn Bowling Club. This picturesque venue provided the perfect backdrop for showcasing some of the finest talents in lawn bowling across various categories. Let’s dive into the highlights and celebrate the achievements of the teams who claimed the top honors.

Men’s Fours

Gold Medalists – Team Riege: Skip Roy Riege, Nathan Findlay, Brad Roden, Dwayne Hauck

At Stanley Park Lawn Bowling Club, Skip Roy Riege and his team navigated each match with precision and determination, demonstrating exceptional bowling prowess and tactical acumen to clinch the gold medal. Their victory stands as a testament to their hard work and dedication to the sport.

Silver Medalists – Team Bird: Skip Pat Bird, Mike O’Reilly, Francis Standen, Greg Wilson

In a closely contested battle, Skip Pat Bird and his teammates earned the silver medal, showcasing remarkable skill and sportsmanship throughout the championship. Their performance highlighted their ability to compete at the highest level and earned them well-deserved recognition.

Bronze Medalists – Team Ballinger: Skip Peter Ballinger, Fred Emms, Brent Warren, Mike Belliveau

Securing the bronze medal at Stanley Park, Skip Peter Ballinger and his team displayed resilience and tenacity in every match. Their achievement underscores their commitment to excellence and adds another milestone to their competitive journey.

Ladies’ Fours

Gold Medalists – Team Robinson: Skip Jan Robinson, Bev Robinson, Candace Saar, Linda Fairs

Led by Skip Jan Robinson, Team Robinson delivered a spectacular performance to claim the gold medal in the Ladies’ Fours category at Stanley Park. Their precision and teamwork were exemplary, reflecting their exceptional skills on the green.

Silver Medalists – Team Plathan: Skip Peggy Plathan, Sharon Brunnell, Chris Bobenic, Patti Lewis

Skip Peggy Plathan and her teammates demonstrated grace and strategy throughout the championship, earning them the silver medal. Their talent and dedication to the sport were evident at Stanley Park and throughout their competitive journey.

Bronze Medalists – Team Wong: Skip Pauline Wong, Cheryl Storrow, Lorna Hatton, Theresa Tang

Completing the podium in the Ladies’ Fours category at Stanley Park, Skip Pauline Wong and her team showcased remarkable skill and determination. Their bronze medal is a testament to their competitive spirit and ability to perform under pressure.

The Alberta Fours Championship 2024 held at Stanley Park Lawn Bowling Club was a celebration of athleticism, camaraderie, and the pursuit of excellence in lawn bowling. Each team exhibited exceptional skill, sportsmanship, and dedication throughout the tournament, making this year’s championship truly memorable.

Congratulations to all the medalists—men and women alike—and sincere appreciation to the organizers, volunteers, and supporters who made this event possible. The Stanley Park venue not only provided a historic backdrop but also contributed to the sense of community and passion for the sport.

Here’s to the champions and their inspiring performances on the greens of Stanley Park. Until next year’s championship, let’s continue to celebrate the joy of competition and the spirit of sportsmanship that define lawn bowling at its finest.