Lorna Pollock was one of B.C.'s greatest female tenpinners of all time. She set an all-time Victoria city mark with a three game total of 634, becoming the first Victoria woman to register three successive over 200 games. By 1969 Lorna was the BC women's champion and placed third at the Canadian championships. She retained her BC title in 1970 and was named BC's Tenpin Bowler of the Year for 1974 - 75 and again in 1977. This same year she was selected for Canada's team in the American zone championships in Panama and with her exceptional rolling, Canada won a silver medal. She was at it again in 1981, earning third best in Canada and being named to the national team for another WBC American zone playoff. Lorna's great skill aided Canada in winning the women's trio gold medal and a bronze in the five-player team category at the competition. She was inducted into the BC Bowling Hall of Fame and was nominated as Victoria's Female Athlete of The Year on two occasions.