All I wanted to do was “Represent my Country” and now I have achieved 35 points that allows me to enter into the OSA Hall of Fame!!
With the encouragement of Lorraine Pollock I started to play tournaments in Florida and Ontario. In 2008 I was honoured to represent Canada in the ISA Tournament at Australia. Stan and Lois McCormack were our captains – again more encouragement. That did it!! The shuffleboard bug had bitten me!!
My first tournament in Ontario was in Coldwater with my partner, husband Rendall, and 8 years later in Coldwater, with my partner Roy Babcock, that I was able to achieve 35 points – “Special Thanks Guys”.
I appreciate my many friends and partners that have joined me on my shuffleboard journey. Without them, I would never have achieved this accomplishment.
I want to encourage everyone to play shuffleboard and have fun meeting new friends
“We are all winners to be able to play shuffleboard, and if it is our turn to win a tournament, it is a bonus”.
With a grateful heart, Myrna Bilton. 2016 07 18
CNSA President Jim Corbeil said this: Myrna is one of the best Shuffleboard players in Canada and this achievement is well deserved .
Jim Corbeil President CNSA.