August 2

Nelson bocce kings claim hardware

Fourteen teams competed at the Nelson Italian Canadian Society’s annual picnic and bocce tournament at Lakeside Park.

The trophy winners in the Nelson Italian Canadian Society’s annual picnic and bocce tournament at Lakeside Park that was held on July 21 pose for a photo.

The society had 14 teams competing for trophies, with teams coming from Trail and Cranbrook to compete. Results from the A Division are as follows: 1st Renato Nieli and Joe Sacino (Cranbrook), 2nd Joe Guerico and Nic Murono (Trail), and 3rd Hans Barth and Peppi Bertuzzi (Nelson/Trail).

The results from the B Division included: 1st Sergio Peloso and Guido Babuin (Trail), 2nd Cosimo Chirico and Dominic Cerone (Nelson), and 3rd Armando Savarin and Terry Tagami (Nelson).

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