Five Pin Bowling

Five Pin Bowling is a bowling variant which is played only in Canada, where most bowling alleys offer it, either alone or in combination with ten-pin bowling. It was devised around 1909 by Thomas F. Ryan in Toronto, Ontario.

Much like it’s ten-pin cousin, the objective is to roll the ball down the court and knock down as many pins as possible.

Rules & Technical Information
Kelowna 2019 55+ BC Games

Venue:  Parkinson Sport Hub – Capri Bowling Lanes – map

Hotels near the Parkinson Sport Hub – map

Sport Schedule (will be posted 1 week prior to event)

Kimberley/Cranbrook 2018 55+ BC Games

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Five Pin Bowling Results – Team
Five Pin Bowling Results – Singles

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Zone Sport Coordinators

Your local Zone Sport Coordinator is a source of information about your sport in the 55+ BC Games. Please feel free to contact them to find out about local playdowns or other events leading up to the Games and to Register for the Games or you can reach us at

Contact NameEmail/Phone
Zone 1Betty Wilson 250-656-2431
Zone 2Lynne Davidson250-339-5264
Zone 3Please contact Sport Chair
Zone 4Mike Davey 604.434.7644
Zone 5Lynn Schulberg 250-494-1786
Zone 6Lorna Hamilton 250-825-4368
Zone 7Bob Ewashen250.428.5088
Zone 8Bill Smedley 250-376-0573
Zone 9Linda Meise 250-963-7427
Zone 10Christine Olson250-638-1945
Zone 11David Mould 250-877-6182
Zone 12Contact Zone Director
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