March 12-The Provincial Junior Mixed Curling Championships wrapped up today at the Montague Curling Club, with the Cameron Jenkins rink from the Charlottetown Curling Club, aided by a four point fourth end, beating the James Dalton team from the Silver Fox and Cornwall clubs by a 9-5 score to win the 15 and Under section, and the Sarah Fullerton rink from the Charlottetown Curling Club defeating the Christopher Gallant team, also from Charlottetown, 5-2 to win the 20 and Under division.
Completing the winning Fullerton foursome, and finishing out their junior career with this event, are Matthew Nabuurs, Michelle McQuaid, and Connor MacPhee, with coach Arnie Nabuurs (Matthew’s father). Rounding out the runner-up Christopher Gallant rink are third Emily Keen, second Andrew Cameron, and lead Emma Matheson, with Peter Gallant as coach.
20 and Under winners (L-R): PEICA and host club President George Koke, Connor MacPhee, Michelle McQuaid, Matthew Nabuurs, Sarah Fullerton, Arnie Nabuurs (Coach).
Photo Credit: Eastern Graphic
20 & Under Runners Up (L-R): George Koke PEICA Pres, Lead Emma Matheson, 2nd Andrew Cameron, 3rd Emily Keen, Skip Christopher Gallant, Coach Derrick Cameron
Other members of the winning age 15 and Under Jenkins rink are third Jessica Watts, second Jonathan Cann, and lead stone Jenny Mutch, with coach David Ross. Playing with the runner-up Dalton rink are Meghan Ching, second Matthew MacDonald and lead Lauren Lenentine, with coach Pat Quilty.
15 & Under Champs (L-R) : George Koke (PEICA Pres.), Skip Cameron Jenkins, 3rd Jessica Watts, 2nd Jonathon Cann, Lead Jenny Mutch, Coach David Ross
(15 and Under runners-up photo not available)
Connor MacPhee will be hitting the ice again on Wednesday evening, when the 2012 CIS/CCA University Curling Championships, presented by The Dominion and hosted by Brock University, get underway at the Welland Curling Club in Welland, Ontario, with UPEI’s Brett Gallant rink, which includes MacPhee in the lead position, opening against the University of Waterloo at 8 pm Atlantic. Team UPEI also includes Alex MacFadyen at third and second stone Sam Ramsay.
The Fairplay awards went to: Aleya Quilty (20 and Under), and to Cameron Jenkins (15 and Under)
Photo (L-R): Aleya Quilty, Gayle Johnston (PEICA)
Photo (L-R): George Koke (PEICA), Cameron Jenkins
The coaching awards went to Pat Quilty for age 20 and under and to Mark Reid for age 15 and Under (photo not available).
Photo (L-R): Pat Quilty, Gayle Johnston (PEICA)