• Photo : Saskatchewan Sports Hall Of Fame

    1967 Saskatoon Ladies’ Five-Pin Bowling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Ladies’ Five-Pin Bowling Champions, 1967. In 1967 the Saskatoon Ladies Bowling Team won the Canadian Ladies Team Championship. Held in Winnipeg, the team score for 10 games was 12985, a record that has never been surpassed by any Read more →

  • Photo: Saskatchewan Sports Hall Of Fame Collection

    1953 Regina Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Champions, 1953. The first ever Canadian Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Championship was held in Regina at the Bolodrome in 1953. Chosen as the western representatives, the Regina team would get to bowl in front of a Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Joe Most Collection

    Joe Most

    In 1964, Joe was a member of the Saskatchewan team with Red Glasser that won the National Double Championship in Winnipeg.  Throughout the years, Joe has been on the provincial team four times, has won the provincial doubles, city doubles, Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Anton Glasser Collection

    Anton “Red” Glasser

    A bowler for 30 years, Anton “Red” Glasser has won many singles and doubles events.  He won the Canadian Singles Championship in 1962. With his partner, Joe Most, he won the Canadian Doubles title in 1964.  At this time, he Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Frank Boehm Collection

    Frank Boehm

    Ten pin bowling was almost a forgotten sport in Saskatchewan until Frank Boehm started making his presence felt in the early 1960s. He won provincial singles championships in 1964, 1965 and 1970 and added the national crown to those titles Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Dorris Ballantine Collection

    Doris “Bonny” Ballantine

    Bonny Ballantine, a bowling star from Regina, was recognized as the best woman 10-pin bowler in Canada. She received the Sportswoman of the Year Award from the Lakeside Lions Club in 1966. During her impressive career, she was a National Read more →