CORNWALL, P.E.I. – After 30 years or so Sean Ledgerwood has curled on the Island scene long enough to know its ins and outs.
The lead of the defending P.E.I. Tankard winner played third in last year’s foursome skipped by Eddie MacKenzie after lead duties on MacKenzie’s 2013 and 2014 championship squads and Mike Gaudet’s 2004 winner.
“It’s going to be a challenge, but a good challenge. All the teams have the same ability. Every game will be highly contested,” Ledgerwood said. “Every club is different, every club has different ice conditions. (It’s a matter) of adapting to the ice when you get there. It could be, and probably will be, different. You do the best you can with the ice you’re given. It’s about adapting on the fly.”
The Cornwall Curling Club is this year’s championship host. Today’s opening draw begins at 2 p.m. Opening ceremonies go at 6:15 p.m. Draw 2 follows at 7 p.m.