OSA Keepr Of Records (KOR), Shirley Bryan, provides us with the yearly update to the player points, attached. Questions may be referred directly to Shirley – firstname.lastname@example.org
Explanation of the Amateur and expert point systems may be seen by clicking on the Main (Black-Bar) menu item "Player Points" or click -> here.
OSA Amateur Points 2017.pdf
OSA Expert Points 2017.pdf
The Ingersoll Shuffleboard Club held is last MingleSingles Tournament for the year Aug. 21 2017. looking forward to next year.
Experts 18 players
1st Larry Allison
2nd Ruth Stewart
3rd Ruth Tate
4th Maureen Bryan
5th Max Tate
6th Dotty Keort
Amateurs 19 players
1st Ron Ferguson
2nd Ron Carradine
3rd Ann Engell
4th Suzanne Sharp
5th Dianne Carradine
6th Terry Martin
Submitted by Marlene Corbeil Tournament Director
Pictures attache Larry Allison absent from Experts
ingersoll am aug 21 2017
ingersoll pros aug 21 2017
Names and pictures of Blenheim winners now line up.
As promised, here are the results and pictures of all the winning teams. Thanks Roger Kellam.
Amateur Aug 8, 2017 22 Teams
1st Gary Sorko, Ruth Stewart
2nd Gerdien Dykman, Gerrit Dykman
3rd Murray Little, Allan Little
4th Bev Fowler, Linda O’Connor
1st Wendy and Luke Hansmann
2nd Mary Ellen and Ted Vercouteren
3rd Howie Dodman, Judy Brooking
4th Gord Kirk, Bill Stephen
OPEN Aug 9, 2017 14 Teams
1st Carl Rogerson, George Admiral
2nd Maureen Bryan, Bill Oostdyk
3rd Glen Peltier and Jim Corbeil
4th Rip Van Ginkel, William LeMay
1st Charles and Shirley Bryant
2nd Henry Strong, Linda McRae
3rd Moe and Jill DeBruyne
4th Barbara and Jim Howard
OSA President Rendall Bilton
On behalf of the OSA, I want to thank the Golden Acres Shuffleboard Club, President Joe Lessard and secretary Roger Kellam for hosting the OSA Doubles Tournament that took place on Aug 8 th – 9 th , 2017.
This club is located in the beautiful town of Blenheim in a lovely new curling club building. Thanks for the delicious lunches and warm hospitality.
Special thanks to Marlene Corbeil for being a dedicated tournament director and to Muriel Burnett and Bill Boyes for their picture and write-up coverage of all the OSA tournaments. I appreciate the hours they spend on these events.
Congratulations to George Admiral for achieving his 35 points to be inducted into the OSA Hall of Fame.
Sincere thanks to OSA secretary Maureen Bryan, the OSA Board Members and committees for making my job easy. I appreciate their support and dedication to shuffleboard.
I want to thank all the shufflers that took part and supported the OSA Tournaments. We had good attendance at the tournaments this summer. I look forward to seeing everyone next year.