National Championship for Interprovincials

Tournament runs April 22 and 23

Results are available on the Canadian 5 Pin site

Alberta is represented by two teams

From the North

  • Joey Parker,
  • Tom Tomkins,
  • Elly Van Dyk,
  • Darcy Schultz,
  • Coach: Steve Petricevic

From Central

  • Bonnie Engelking,
  • Karen Tanke,
  • Joan Mageean,
  • Gary Sandercock,
  • Coach: Paul St. Yves

Recognition of a 1972 record

It has been brought to our attention that a record score for four games from the 1972 Western Canada Bowling Championships (precursor to the C5PBA) had been reported incorrectly.

After examination of historical information by our archivist, Don Sim, it has been confirmed that Men’s team member Gary Tunbridge of the Southern Alberta team bowled 1.336 for four games consisting of 337, 366, 287, 346 scores.

Therefore 50 years later we retroactively congratulate Gary on this significant accomplishment.

See all of those records for the Western Canada Championships

Perfect Game for Ron Perry

Ron Perry picked up a perfect game Janurary 23rd at Bonnie Doon Lanes in Edmonton.


This is the first in the 2021 – 2022 season for A5PBA members

Interprovincial Championships

The North and Central Zone “B” teams have won the right to compete at the Canadian Interprovincial Championships.

(L to R) The North champion team includes
coach Steve Petricevic, Joey Parker, Elly Van Dyk, Tom Tomkins, Darcy Schultz
The Runners Up Central team “B” from Leduc Lanes is comprised of 
Bonnie Engelking, Karen Tanke, coach Paul St. Yves, Joan Mageean. Gary Sandercock

Bonnie, Paul and Gary were on the 2019 Canadian Champion Interprovincial team.

Tournament Results

The tournament took place January 15 & 16 at Heartland Bowl in Stettler