Peter Gallant and Pat Quilty are the finalists in this season's "Coach of the Year" category at the ADL/Sport PEI curling awards, being held in conjunction with Curl PEI's Annual General Meeting on May 29 at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside.
Peter Gallant (right) with the Christopher Gallant rink at the 2013 ...
The two finalists for male Athlete of the Year at this year's ADL/Sport PEI Sport Achievement Awards for Curling are Rod MacDonald and Mark O'Rourke. The awards will be held in conjunction with Curl PEI's Annual General Meeting next Wednesday evening May 29 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, The AGM will take place first (with ...
Charlottetown's Shelly Bradley and Cornwall's Ruth Stavert are the two finalists for female adult curler of the year at the annual ADL/Sport PEI curling awards to be held in conjunction with Curl PEI's Annual General Meeting on May 29 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside.
The finalists have been named for ADL/Sport PEI Junior Athletes of the year.
This year's ADL/Sport PEI Junior Female Athlete of the Year finalists are Katie Fullerton and Aleya Quilty, both from the Cornwall Curling Club.
CCA/Michael Burns Photography/Mark O'Neill Photo: Katie Fullerton (right) receiving second team all-star award from Canadian Curling Association governor Cindy Maddock
The Curl PEI Annual General Meeting and the ADL/Sport PEI Sport Achievement Awards for Curling will both be held next Wednesday evening May 29 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, The AGM will take place first (with a meal) at 5:30 pm and the award presentations will follow at about 7:15 pm. Everyone is welcome to ...
Marie MacDonald, who played third on the women's provincial masters curling championship team skipped by Cornwall's Carol Sweetapple in 2010 and 2011 has passed away at age 65.
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Photo (L-R): Marjorie Matthews, Danielle Girard, Marie MacDonald, Carol Sweetapple
Here is the official news release from Team Crocker:
Laura Crocker and her team will have a new look for the 2013-14 curling season.
The Edmonton-based team is pleased to announce that Erin Carmody will be added to the lineup, joining Crocker, Rebecca Pattison, and Jennifer Gates.
Sport PEI photo: Erin Carmody
She will be replacing Sarah Wilkes, who has decided to ...
Kevin Martin isn’t the only prominent Edmonton curling team making a lineup change for next season.
Laura Crocker announced on Friday that Sarah Wilkes, the third on her talented young women’s rink, has decided to reduce her curling commitment for academic reasons and will be replaced by Erin Carmody.
Carmody, 24, recently became available when Crystal Webster’s Calgary rink added veteran Cathy ...
Manitoba curling legend Cathy Overton-Clapham has come out of semi-retirement, agreeing to curl third next season for Calgary’s Crystal Webster.
Overton-Clapham will replace former Webster third Erin Carmody on the squad. Carmody, a former PEI women’s champion, has left the team.
Photo: Cathy Overton-Clapham is planning a short-term move to Calgary to practice with her new team. (MIKE ...
Former Randy Ferbey team member Dave Nedohin has joined Edmonton skip Kevin Martin and given his bid at winning the Olympic curling trials new life.
"It puts us as one of the top teams again instantly," Martin said from Edmonton on Wednesday after the pair made their announcement.
"This is an exciting time for team Martin."
(by Fred Rinne, Grande Prairie Daily Herald Tribune, Thursday May 2nd 2013)
Leave it to the off season to create some of the biggest headlines of the curling year.
Last week, John Morris walked away from Team Kevin Martin, even though they have a free pass to the Winnipeg Olympic trials in hand. Shocker? Not so much, but for the timing.
The aforementioned ...
Newfoundland and Labrador's Brad Gushue rink, who are participating in the Olympic Pre-Trials next season, confirmed today that there will be no changes to the team, which includes PEI natives Brett Gallant and Adam Casey, along with lead Geoff Walker. There had been speculation that Casey was finishing school and might not be returning, and also a rumour that Gushue ...
The 2013 Curl PEI Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place at 5:30 pm on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside.
Any member club wishing to have an item of business placed on the agenda of the AGM should submit the information in writing to Executive Director Amy Duncan by May 8.
Editor's notes: the Brad Gushue and Crystal Webster teams, which include PEI natives, are among the Pre-Trial entries. The Curling News is reporting that Cathy Overton-Clapham, whose team declined their berth, is replacing PEI native Erin Carmody as third on the Webster rink, which also includes PEI native Geri-Lynn Ramsay, but the team has yet to confirm (or deny) this, ...
(by Graham Lloyd) The release of the official schedule for the 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, presented by Monsanto, Dec. 1-8 in Winnipeg, means curling fans can now reserve seats for the draws that feature their favourite match-ups.
Chelsea Carey (Photo CCA/Michael Burns)
“Fans can take full advantage of the Flex Pack to choose the games they ...
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