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Tsawwassen girls dominate at nationals

It was a one-two finish for the Tsawwassen Lawn Bowling Club at the Canadian Indoor Singles Championships.
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Three-time national indoor champion Priscilla Westlake (right) and runner-up Emma Boyd.

It was a one-two finish for the Tsawwassen Lawn Bowling Club at the Canadian Indoor Singles Championships.

Priscilla Westlake held off club mate Emma Boyd to win her third consecutive national indoor title on the weekend at the Pacific Indoor Lawn Bowling Club in Vancouver. She will now have the opportunity to represent Canada at the 2018 World Cup next March in Australia. It was an impressive showing for Boyd who was making her debut at the indoor championships.

Westlake finished on top of round-robin play with a record of 7-2, with her only losses coming to Boyd and Rainbow Lung. There was a four-way tie for second between Boyd, Lung, Claire Day of Edmonton and Richmond’s Linda Ng — all with records of 6-3. Boyd won the most sets, which moved her on to the final.

Westlake, the reigning 2017 World Youth Champion, took the championship game in straight sets 10-7 and 8-4.

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