Comox Legion holds cribbage playoffs

The Comox Legion held cribbage playoffs recently to determine who would represent Branch #160 at the zone playoffs Nove. 20 in Lantzville.

From there, the winners will travel to Agassiz in the new year to compete in the provincial finals.

Fred Maniak and John Marinus will represent the local branch in the singles category. Two doubles teams qualified: Frank Maniak and Ling Nils along with Val Greenlaw and Frank Gilles.

The ‘A’ team members will consist of Fred Maniak and Marinus along with Frank Maniak and Nils while the ‘B’ team will comprise Greenlaw and Gilles along with Lynne Davidson and Lynn Edey.

One winner in each category will represent the zone in Provincials.

 

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