PEI’s MacLean and Smith teams lose openers at OVCA Junior Superspiel

The Matthew MacLean rink from the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary and the Cornwall Curling Club, and the Veronica Smith team from Cornwall are both competing in the 21st annual JSI-OVCA Junior Superspiel this weekend at various clubs in the Ottawa area. The MacLean squad lost their opener 10-2 to 2013 Canadian Junior Men’s champ Matt Dunstone of Winnipeg, while the Smith foursome lost 8-2 to the Molly Greenwold team from Kitchener-Waterloo. The men’s and women’s event finals go Sunday at 5 pm Atlantic.

Live results at:  http://www.curlingzone.com/event.php?eventid=3567&eventtypeid=71&view=Scores&tp=0

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The latest from the Charlottetown Curling Complex

Here’s the latest update from the Charlottetown Curling Complex:

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There is so much happening at the Charlottetown Curling Complex I don’t know where to begin….first of all welcome back to another curling season.   The leagues are getting started with the commercial on Sun and Tues evenings.   The Monday night league is looking for one more team if interested contact Dave Murphy or leave name with Kevin.   Tues night is mixed, sign up each night.   Wed night is super league with 10 teams and the Dominion and semi competitive will be starting soon.   If interested contact Kevin asap to register your team.   Thurs we have the junior league at 6 and the under 40 beginning at 7:30.  Show up and teams will be made.

Check out Fridays at the CCC……Friday nights will be happy hour from 5-7 with happy hour prices and food provided.    New this year will be the opportunity to win a $1000 with the Ace of Spades.    To be eligibility purchase 50 /50 tickets Friday evening, the winner of the 50/50 then has the opportunity to draw out the ace of spades from a deck of cards, if the ace is pulled the winner then gets the $1000, if the ace is not pulled the pot is carried over to the next week and the pot gets bigger depending on how many have purchased 50/50 tickets.    The draw will take place at 7pm on Fridays starting Nov 7th.    You must be at the club to collect your prize.   Following the draw we will have trivia hosted by Dave Cameron who was a trivia host at Hunters.

Upcoming events:

Club will be closed Oct 31 as we need to entertain the goblins on Halloween.

Opening spiel for competitive and fun curlers Nov 7, 8 and 9th.   We will have 2 draws for competitive teams on Friday evening and one draw for funspiel.    The fun spiel will play a 4 end game Friday evening followed by 2 more on Sat afternoon.   We will provide food and entertainment.

November 15 there is a fundraiser for the Canadian Paraplegic Association which is being hosted by the Phillip McInnis and Tammi Cudmore teams that will be participating in the Travelers CDN championship in late Nov.  Each team will play 2 games beginning at 12; Entry fee is $25 which includes a lunch and drink.  We will have silent auction, beer trivia and a turkey draw.

The 31th Annual Curl for Cancer, a curling and social event to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society – PEI Division takes place the evening of November 21, and continues on the 22nd at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. The event includes curling, trivia, a live auction, and a bake sale.  Contact Lisa at 316-0449 to register a team for curling (curl one six-end game, at a cost of $20 per player). Everyone is invited to participate in the other activities, and to make a donation.

November 22 is our lobster and ham dinner.   Lobster dinner is $20 and ham is $15.   Meals to be picked up between 3- 5 pm.   We heard such great comments about the meal in the spring that we are doing it  again to raise money for the club.   Tickets are available at the bar and from directors.   Your support is greatly appreciated.

Four week Try Curling program at Western Community Curling Club

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The Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, in conjunction with the Western Region Sport and Recreation Council and the Town of Alberton, is holding a FREE four week Try Curling program, every Tuesday at 7 pm, starting Nov. 4 at the Club, at 526 Main St. Bring a clean pair of sneakers, and wear loose or stretchy pants. Instruction will be provided each night. Everyone 18 or over is welcome. For more info, contact Alison at (902) 859-8856, Selena at (902) 853-3582, or email griffin.wsrc@gmail.com or serena@townoralberton.ca.

Cornwall hosting Stick Curling Bonspiel on Dec. 6

desjardinaThis bonspiel, sponsored by Desjardins Financial Security Independent Network, is open to any stick curler, and takes place on Dec. 6 at the Cornwall Curling Club. Individual entry. A draw will be made where each person will play a minimum of 4 games with a different teammate each game. All games will be six ends. Two divisions, with a crossover game which may have fewer than six ends. Draw will be made on Dec. 2.

Scoring

Coin toss for choice of rock or hammer. No practice shots. One point awarded for each end scored, two points for a win, and one to each team for a tie. Score will only come into play if needed to break a tie for the final game.

One hour time limit per game. First division begins play at 8 am SHARP. Second division at 9:10 am. Play will continue to 7 pm.

Lunch and a light snack between 5 and 6 pm are included.

Entry fee of $25 must be received by Nov. 25, 2014.
The 1st 32 paid entries accepted, with a waiting list in order of reecipt created after that (for last-minute cancellations)

Make cheque payable to:

Etta Reid
822 Suffolk Road Route 222
Suffolk PE    C1C 0P8

For more info, phone (902) 629-1454

Adam Casey rink on Bell Aliant Community One livestream at 2:30 pm from Dave Jones Mayflower cashspiel

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There’s  Bell Aliant Community One livestreamed curling action all weekend from the Dave Jones Mayflower Curling Cashspiel, an Atlantic Curling Tour event, in Halifax.

Click link to view: http://live.streamit.ca/?player=2206&eventid=36284

PEI’s Adam Casey rink’s game at  2:30 pm against Team McCann is among the games being shown.

Other Island rinks in the event are skipped by Tyler MacKenzie on the men’s side, and Suzanne Birt, Kim Dolan, and Kathy O’Rourke on the women’s.

Team rosters: http://www.livecurling.com/index.php?option=com_jumi&fileid=7&b_id=211

Schedule and results: http://www.livecurling.com/index.php?option=com_jumi&fileid=11&b_id=211

Learn to curl: New videos on delivery (both hack and stick methods) and Wheelchair Curling

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The Canadian Curling Association has released two new videos on learning to curl. The first covers delivering the rock, both from a traditional hack position, and by using a delivery stick.

The second covers Wheelchair Curling, showing the proper technique for delivering stones from a wheelchair, including some safety advice.

31st annual Curl for Cancer set for Charlottetown Nov. 21-22

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The 31th Annual Curl for Cancer, a curling and social event to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society – PEI Division takes place the evening of November 21, and continues on the 22nd at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. The event includes curling, trivia, a live auction, and a bake sale.  Contact Lisa at 316-0449 to register a team for curling (curl one six-end game, at a cost of $20 per player). Everyone is invited to participate in the other activities, and to make a donation.

Facebook page: www.facebook.com/CharlottetownCurlforCancer?fref=ts

McEwen wins Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau. Casey, Gushue make it to the quarter-finals

Mike McEwen and his Winnipeg rink were considered the top seeds to win the Challenge Chateau Cartier World Curling Tour event, which wrapped up today in the Gatineau QC area, and they didn’t disappoint. The foursome beat the home town team, Gatineau’s Jean-Michel Menard squad, by a 5-3 score in the final. McEwen defeated fellow ‘Pegger Reid Carruthers 9-5 in the semi-finals, while Menard beat Don Bowser of Kingston ON 5-2 in the other semi.

In the morning quarter-finals, PEI’s Adam Casey rink lost 5-1 to  Bowser  in 5 ends, while the Brad Gushue team from St. John’s, which includes PEI native Brett Gallant lost 4-3 to Menard. Mike McEwen won by default over Mark Dacey of Halifax,  Carruthers beat Peter de Cruz of Switzerland 5-2.

Results: http://curlcast.ca/stats/organizations/qw4LUsJ1_aQ/competitions/1295-2014-challenge-chateau-cartier-de-gatineau/scoreboard

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O’Rourke rink repeats as runner-up in Lady Monctonian

For the second year in a row, PEI’s Kathy O’Rourke rink made it to the final of the Lady Monctonian cashspiel at Curl Moncton. However, both times they finished as event runner-up, losing to Charlottetown clubmate Suzanne Birt last year, and this year to the Kelly MacIntosh rink of Nova Scotia, by an 8-2 score. MacIntosh pulled ahead with a triple in the third end and a stolen deuce in the fourth.

Other members of the MacIntosh rink are third: Kristen MacDiarmid, second: Jennifer Crouse, and lead: Karlee Jones. The O’Rourke foursome includes Meagan Hughes, Robyn Green, and Tricia Affleck, with fifth player Stefanie Clark, and coach Al Ledgerwood.

 

O’Rourke advanced with a 7-3 win over Sylvie Robichaud of NB in the quarter-finals this morning, and a 9-2 routing of Halifax’s Mary-Anne Arsenault foursome in the semis, following up a 5 point third end with a stolen deuce in end four to put the game out of reach at the mid-point.

MacIntosh knocked off defending champ Birt in the semis, with a four point fourth end and a single steal in five and went on to win 7-5. Birt beat Tania Phillips 7-4 in the quarter-finals, while MacIntosh doubled Melissa Adams 8-4.

The other PEI rink in the event, skipped by Kim Dolan, started off with a pair of wins, but lost their next 3 games, each by a single point, to Robichaud, Phillips, and Arsenault, to finish out of the playoffs.

Results: http://playdowns.com/nbca/draw-sched.php?id_cmp=62

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Big turnout for Junior Curling Camp

50 junior curlers took part in this weekend’s Spud Isle Curling Camp at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. The camp combined a Junior Skills Development/High Performance Camp for competitive junior men and women teams/individuals, along with instruction for novice to intermediate level Juniors. Organizers were very pleased with the large turnout so early in the curling season. Here are a few pictures from the event.

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O’Rourke vs MacIntosh in Lady Monctonian final

PEI’s Kathy O’Rourke rink, who finished as runners-up to the Suzanne Birt team last year, will be getting another shot at the Lady Monctonian title, as they are playing in this afternoon’s 2 pm final, against Nova Scotia’s Kelly MacIntosh team, at Curl Moncton.

O’Rourke advanced with a 7-3 win over Sylvie Robichaud of NB in the quarter-finals this morning, and a 9-2 routing of Halifax’s Mary-Anne Arsenault foursome in the semis, following up a 5 point third end with a stolen deuce in end four to put the game out of reach at the mid-point.

MacIntosh knocked off defending champ Birt in the semis, with a four point fourth end and a single steal in five and went on to win 7-5. Birt beat Tania Phillips 7-4 in the quarter-finals, while MacIntosh doubled Melissa Adams 8-4.

Results: http://playdowns.com/nbca/draw-sched.php?id_cmp=62

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Casey and Gushue out in quarter-final round at Challenge Chateau Cartier

It’s McEwen vs Carruthers, and Bowser vs Menard in the Challenge Chateau Cartier semifinals which got underway at 1:30 pm Atlantic in Gatineau QC.

In the 10 am Atlantic quarter-finals, PEI’s Adam Casey rink lost 5-1 to Don Bowser of Kingston ON in 5 ends, while the Brad Gushue team from St. John’s, which includes PEI native Brett Gallant lost 4-3 to Jean Michel Menard of Quebec. Mike McEwen of Winnipeg won by default over Mark Dacey of Halifax,  Reid Carruthers of Winnipeg beat Peter de Cruz of Switzerland 5-2. The final goes at 4:30 Atlantic.

Results: http://curlcast.ca/stats/organizations/qw4LUsJ1_aQ/competitions/1295-2014-challenge-chateau-cartier-de-gatineau/scoreboard

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Defending champ Birt, last yr’s runner-up O’Rourke both playing in 8am Lady Monctonian quarters,

The defending champion Suzanne Birt rink, and last year’s runners-up, the Kathy O’Rourke team, both from PEI, are among the rinks competing in the quarter-final round, which got underway at 8 am, in the annual Lady Monctonian cashspiel at Curl Moncton. Birt is playing Tania Phillips, and leads 3-0 after two ends, while O’Rourke and Sylvie Robichaud are tied at 1 after two. The other games have Heather Smith leading Mary-Anne Arsenault 1-0 after one end, and Kelly MacIntosh leading Melissa Adams 2-0 after two. Birt had a 4-1 win-loss record in round robin play, her only loss being to O’Rourke, who also went 4-1.

The other PEI rink in the event, skipped by Kim Dolan, started off with a pair of wins, but lost their next 3 games, each by a single point, to Robichaud, Phillips, and Arsenault, to finish out of the playoffs.

The semis are at 11, with the final at 2 pm.

Team rosters: http://playdowns.com/nbca/teams.php?id_cmp=62

Results: http://playdowns.com/nbca/draw-sched.php?id_cmp=62

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Casey, Gushue both advance to money round at Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau

The 10 am Atlantic quarter-finals are set at the Challenge Chateau Cartier in Gatineau QC, and the Adam Casey rink from PEI, along with the Brad Gushue team from Newfoundland and Labrador, which includes PEI native Brett Gallant, are both in the round.

Casey advanced out of the last-chance C side last night with a 7-4 win over Michael Fournier of Montreal, and takes on Don Bowser of Kingston ON in the quarters. Bowser beat Casey 7-3 earlier in the event.

Gushue stole a single in the final end to edge former teammate Casey by a 6-5 score in a B division semi-final match  Saturday morning, and then beat Mark Dacey of Halifax 7-5 Saturday afternoon in a B final to qualify for the money round in the event. Gushue takes on Jean-Michel Menard of Quebec in this morning’s quarters. Dacey was scheduled to play Mike McEwen of Winnipeg this morning, but McEwen has been awarded the game by default (not sure why Dacey team not playing) and has a bye to the 1:30 pm Atlantic semi-finals.

The other quarter-final matchup sees Peter de Cruz of Switzerland play Reid Carruthers of Winnipeg. The final goes at 4:30 Atlantic.

The Ottawa rink skipped by Souris PEI native Ian MacAulay lost to Sven Michel of Switzerland in a C semi-final yesterday and did not make the championship round.

 

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Gushue qualifies for money round, Casey, MacAulay still alive at Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau

The Brad Gushue rink, which includes PEI native Brett Gallant, stole a single in the final end to edge the PEI rink skipped by their former teammate Adam Casey by a 6-5 score in a B division semi-final match at the Challenge Chateau Cartier in Gatineau QC this morning, and then beat Mark Dacey of Halifax 7-5 this afternoon in the B final to qualify for the money round in the event.

Team Casey, and the Ottawa rink skipped by PEI native Ian MacAulay are now both down in the sudden-death C division, with MacAulay trailing 4-1 at the half against Sven Michel of Sweden, and Casey picking up a win against Mark Keen of Ontario to advance to a C qualifying game at 8 pm Atlantic against Michael Fournier of Montreal.

Live scores here: http://www.curlingzone.com/event.php?view=Scores&eventid=3473.

Event website: http://www.challengechateaucartier.com/index-en.html

The event final goes Sunday at 4:30 pm Atlantic time.

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Birt and O’Rourke both 3-1, Dolan 2-2 as play continues at Lady Monctonian

The annual Lady Monctonian cashspiel wraps up tomorrow at Curl Moncton in the hub city, with 16 women’s rinks competing, including the Suzanne Birt, Kim Dolan, and Kathy O’Rourke, rinks from PEI. The final goes Sunday at 2 pm.  Birt edged O’Rourke 3-2 in an extra end in last year’s all-PEI final.

In this year’s event, both Birt and O’Rourke currently have 3-1 win-loss records, and play again at 8:30, while Dolan, 2-2, is currently on the ice against Mary-Anne Arsenault (4-0). O’Rourke beat Birt 5-3 this morning.

Team rosters: http://playdowns.com/nbca/teams.php?id_cmp=62

Results: http://playdowns.com/nbca/draw-sched.php?id_cmp=62

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Casey vs Gushue this morning in B semi at Challenge Château Cartier de Gatineau

The Brad Gushue rink, which includes PEI native Brett Gallant, and PEI’s Team Casey, skipped by former Gushue rink member Adam Casey, meet this morning at 9:30 Atlantic in a “B” section semi-final at the Challenge Château Cartier in Gatineau QC.  The winner will face either Niklas Edin of Sweden or Mark Dacey of Halifax in a “B” qualifier game at 3 pm. Casey lost his “A” semi on Friday, 7-3 to Don Bowser of Kingston ON, while Reid Carruthers of Winnipeg edged Gushue 6-5 in another “A” semi. Bowser, and Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen won the “A” qualifiers, over Carruthers and Dacey, respectively.

Quarter-finals go Sunday at 10 am Atlantic, with the semis at 1:30, and the final at 4:30 pm.

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Curling getting underway at Western and Montague

The Western Community Curling Club in Alberton is holding a FREE Open House with free curling instruction and Nightly Draw Registration on October 28, 29, and 30th @ 7:00pm each evening.
This is a great opportunity to come out and get your feet wet, try on some shoes and see what the world of curling is all about. There will be knowledgeable curlers on hand to give pointers and answer questions as well as show you the Do’s and Don’ts that will keep you safe on the ice!!
If you know of someone who always wanted to try curling, this is the perfect time! Tell them or bring them among!
Registration for Nightly Draws will also take place those nights.

Meanwhile, the ice at the Montague Curling Rink is in the final stages of preparation.

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Contact the Montague Curling Rink for info on curling instruction and start dates.

Why curling is for you: sweeping yourself to fitness and friends (The Local Weekly-BC)

[The Gibsons BC Curling Club explains why you should give curling a try]

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“HURRY HARD”

By: Ed Hill, Gibsons Curling Club

Some of you reading this story have never curled before. You’ve watched it on television and marveled at their skill level of those playing the game at the elite level but you’ve never considered just trying it yourself. I hope this short article entices you enough to at least come and have a look. You might just find out what many of us already know. Curling is a great social pastime to wile the grey winter months away and you’ll make new friends while you’re at it.

First of all, let’s take care of some myths and forgotten “traditions”. For those of you old enough to remember or to have heard the stories, it’s been well over 30 years since a cigarette has been seen dangling from a player’s mouth out on the ice. Our socializing takes place in the clubhouse after the game. I’ve curled when the drinks and the cigarettes were a part of the game on the ice. Those days are long gone. 

You see, curling is a game for EVERYONE young and old. If it’s a friendly, social and active winter pastime you’re looking for, curling can fill the bill for you. If you have never curled before and would like to learn, the Gibsons Curling Club provides teachers, curling brooms, footwear and of course we even supply the ice and the rocks. If your excuse is that you can’t bend down to manage one of those forty-pound rocks, we’ve got that covered too. Many curlers now push their rock, with great skill I might add, using a stick. We supply those too. 

If you’re of the younger, very active and fit set, don’t be mistaken. Curling can be surprisingly physical for those who want to curl the game at a level where physical strength comes into play.

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Defending champion Suzanne Birt, along with Kim Dolan, 2013 runner-up Kathy O’Rourke in Lady Monctonian this weekend

The annual Lady Monctonian cashspiel gets underway on Friday at 8:30 am at Curl Moncton in the hub city, with 16 women’s rinks competing, including the Suzanne Birt, Kim Dolan, and Kathy O’Rourke, rinks from PEI. The final goes Sunday at 2 pm.  Birt edged O’Rourke 3-2 in an extra end in last year’s all-PEI final.

Team rosters: http://playdowns.com/nbca/teams.php?id_cmp=62

Results: http://playdowns.com/nbca/draw-sched.php?id_cmp=62

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Team Adam Casey in Challenge Château Cartier de Gatineau, starting this morning

PEI’s Adam Casey rink, which includes Skip Adam Casey (Twitter , third Josh Barry (Twitter , second Anson Carmody, (Twitter , and lead Robbie Doherty  (Twitter will hit the ice at 9:30 AT this morning against Sudbury’s Mike Jacubo team in the $52,500 “Challenge Château Cartier de Gatineau” cashspiel, presented by DoubleTree, in Gatineau Quebec.  The event, part of the World Curling Tour, will be jointly held at the Centre Sportif Robert Rochon in Gatineau, the Buckingham Curling Club and the Thurso Curling Club.

Follow Team Casey’s progress on Twitter at or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TeamAdamCasey. The Island rink is sponsored by Simply For Life Charlottetown, Asham Curling, CurlingZone and TRC Hydraulics.

Live scores here: http://www.curlingzone.com/event.php?view=Scores&eventid=3473.

Event website: http://www.challengechateaucartier.com/index-en.html

The event final goes Sunday at 4:30 pm Atlantic time. Other Atlantic Canada teams entered are skipped by Mark Dacey, Ian Fitzner-Leblanc, Brent MacDougall, Jeremy Mallais, and the defending champions, the Brad Gushue rink from St. John’s, which includes PEI native Brett Gallant. Other entries include David Murdoch of Scotland, Mike McEwen from Winnipeg, Jean Michel Menard from Quebec, John Epping from Toronto, Niklas Edin from Sweden, and an Ottawa team skipped by Souris PEI native Ian MacAulay.

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Calling UPEI Curlers…

upei_panther_wordmark_CMYKFull time UPEI students who are interested in competing at the Atlantic University Curling Championship in Montague, PE February 13-15, 2015 are asked to contact Curl PEI by October 27, 2014.  If more than one team is interested, a play down will need to take place.  Please email aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca with interest.

The cost of the play down, if needed, will be $25 per person.

The entry fee for the Atlantics will be $200.

The 2015 Atlantic Curling Championship format will incorporate a round robin with possible playoffs so that teams will play more games.  A competition schedule will be finalized once all entries have been received.  As in past years, two men’s teams and two women’s teams from the Atlantic region will advance to the CIS/CCA Canadian University Curling Championships.

The CIS/CCA University Curling Championships will be hosted by Wilfrid Laurier University, March 18-21, 2015 at KW Granite Club in Waterloo, ON.

Curl PEI Umpire Clinics

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Curl PEI is holding two Umpire Clinics:

 

Level 1 (with Kay Atkinson)

9am-4pm, Sunday, November 1, 2014 at the Charlottetown Curling Club

Registration deadline: October 29

 

Level 2 (with Cliff Poirier)

9am-4pm, Saturday, November 8, 2013 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club

Registration deadline: November 5

 

Cost for either clinic is $35.00.

(*If you have already received your level and would like to audit the clinic there will be no charge)

 

For further info or to register please contact:

Curl PEI
902-368-4208
aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca

About Umpire Courses

Curl PEI offers Level One and Level Two Umpire Certification programs on a regular basis. These courses are not only to develop umpires but also to help curlers become more knowledgeable about the officiating system and the rules of the game.

Presently there are five levels of officiating.

Level One – Game Observer, Time Keeper, and Hogline Officiating

Level Two – Provincial/Territorial Supervising Official

Level Three – Provincial/Territorial Head Official

Level Four – National Supervising Official (national championship)

Level Five – National Head Official (national championship)

 

PEI Curling Hall of Fame inducts 5 new members

The PEI Curling Hall of Fame and Museum held its 8th annual induction ceremony Monday night Oct. 20, 2014 at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. The five inductees honoured for their achievements and contributions to the sport of curling were, in the “Curler” category:  Nancy Cameron from the Charlottetown Curling Complex (represented by her father, PEI and Canadian curling hall of fame and PEI Sports Hall of Fame member Doug Cameron), and Ted MacFadyen, Sandy Foy, and Mike Coady from the Crapaud club who curled together for many years, along with Shirley Lank from the Cornwall Curling Club, the sole inductee in the “Builder” category.

Photo (L-R): Doug Cameron, representing his daughter Nancy, Mike Coady, Sandy Foy, Shirley Lank, Ted MacFadyen

Paul H. Schurman was master of ceremonies for the event, which included a welcome from Jerry Muzika, Chair, Prince Edward Island Curling Hall of Fame and Museum, along with greetings from the Honourable George Webster, Minister of Agriculture and Deputy Premier for the province, Marilyn Neily, Chair of the Canadian Curling Association’s Board of Governors, and Amy Duncan, Executive Director of Curl PEI, who brought words of greeting on behalf of Curl PEI president Angela Hodgson.

Photo: Master of Ceremonies Paul H. Schurman

Photo: Jerry Muzika

Photo: the Honourable George Webster

Photo: CCA Board of Governors Chair Marilyn Neily

Photo: Amy Duncan, Curl PEI Executive Director

Each new inductee was presented with a Hall of Fame pin, a certificate of recognition, and a portrait, done by Summerside artist Wayne Wright.

Photo: Portraits of (L-R): Cameron, Coady, Foy, Lank, MacFadyen

Photo (L-R): Hall of Fame Board member Arleen Harris, presenting certificate to Mike Coady

Photo (L-R): Amy Duncan presents certificate to Sandy Foy

Photo (L-R): Marilyn Neily presents certificate to Shirley Lank

Photo (L-R): Hall of Fame Board member Marg Nowlan and Ted MacFadyen unveiling portrait

Photo (L-R): Hall of Fame Board member Al Ledgerwood presenting certificate to Doug Cameron, on behalf of Doug’s daughter Nancy, who is out of the country and was unable to attend

Click to download a copy of the event programme.
Click for bios of the inductees

The evening was sponsored by PEI Ford Dealers, Beaton’s Wholesale Dry Goods Limited, Phillips Feed Service, Legault Pest Management, the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, and Consolidated Credit Union Limited– Summerside.