Reminders

reminderJust a few reminders this morning of programsand deadlines coming up:

PEI teams split openers at Travelers Curling Club Ch’ship

PEI’s Tammi Cudmore rink picked up an 11-4 win over Newfoundland and Labrador in the opening draw of the Travelers Curling Club Championship on Monday at the Mayflower Curling Club in Halifax. The Island men, skipped by Phil McInnis, lost their first game, also against NL, by a 7-3 score. Nova Scotia women, skipped by PEI native Marion MacAulay picked up a 9-4 win over Nunavut.

Photo (C) Travelers Canada: Left – Tammi Cudmore, Right: Julie Scales

In the sixth end in very tight game between the women from PEI and Newfoundland and Labrador, PEI was leading 5-4 and Newfoundland had hammer. Cudmore from PEI made a nice hit with her last to sit two and try to force Newfoundland’s Susan Curtis to one. Final shot was a bit thin resulting in a steal of two. PEI put the game out of reach, with another steal, of four points, in the seventh. In the final end, the skip from Newfoundland was forced to play a tough run-back double to open up the house and ended up clearing off the guard. Cudmore tapped her stone to the four-foot leaving a wide in-turn draw that came up a bit short. Handshakes for PEI and the win.

Photo (C) Travelers Canada: Phil McInnis provides direction as his team sweeps his rock into the house

The PEI men’s game, with team member  Dave Arsenault celebrating his 31st birthday, was also a tight match. In the fifth end PEI was left a very tough angle raise to make a bid for one. The angle was a bit steep and left a wide draw for three for Rod Feltham. It was a great attempt but Newfoundland and Labrador scored a deuce. In the sixth the men from Newfoundland were up 5-3 onPEI and were sitting two with skip stones to come. PEI was trying to bring a red stone from the 12-foot into play. After a flashed rock and another draw, the McInnis was looking at a draw to the 8-foot to take one. The rock slid a bit too far resulting in a steal of one for Newfoundland. The team from the Rock stole another in the 7th, and won by a 7-3 score.
PEI teams play the Northwest Territories and Saskatchewan today, with the men hitting the ice at 9:30 am, and the women at 1:15 pm against NT, and at 4:45 (Men) and 8:15 pm (Women) against SK.

View opening draw photos, including both PEI teams, at the event Facebook page: http://www.curling.ca/scoreboard/competitions/1348-2014-travelers-curling-club-championship/scoreboard/

(With info from Day One Recap)

Link to scores and standings http://www.curling.ca/scoreboard/competitions/1348-2014-travelers-curling-club-championship/scoreboard/

Travelers Curling Club Ch’ship gets underway today

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The national Travelers Curling Club Championship gets underway today at the Mayflower Curling Club in Halifax.

Prince Edward Island is represented by two teams from the Charlottetown Curling Complex, the Phillip McInnis men’s rink, and the women’s team captained by Tammi Cudmore.

The PEI teams each play Newfoundland and Labrador today, at 4:45 pm.

Click for full schedule.

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Charlottetown Curling Complex
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Skip: Phillip McInnis
Third: Adam Arsenault
Second: Cory Arsenault
Lead: Rodney Hood

Tammi Cudmore  Julie Scales  Jane DiCarlo  Anne Chouinard

Charlottetown Curling Complex

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Skip: Tammi Cudmore

Third: Julie Scales

Second: Jane DiCarlo

Lead: Anne Chouinard

PEI native Marion MacAulay, now living in Truro, is again skipping the Nova Scotia women’s team, out of the Bluenose Curling Club in New Glasgow.

The Monday, November 24 issue of the Curling Chronicles is now available! Visit http://www.curling.ca/travelerscurls/?p=5000 ?#?TCCC2014?

Keep track of the Travelers at:

Twitter: @travelerscurls – https://twitter.com/TravelersCurls, Hashtag: #TCCC2014

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/travelerscurls

Website: http://www.curling.ca/travelerscurls/

Live scores available through CurlCast on
curling.ca/scoreboard/

Live stream video of games on sheets 3 and 4, sponsored by Bell Aliant, is available on Bell Alian Community One and on the website travelerscurls.ca.

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Peter Gallant rink wins Pepsi Cashspiel at the Silver Fox

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The Peter Gallant rink from the Charlottetown Curling Complex, which includes third John Likely, second Mark O’Rourke, and lead Mark Butler, edged the Paul Dexter foursome from the Mayflower Curling Club in Halifax by a 7-6 score in this afternoon’s final of the Pepsi Atlantic Curling Tour Cashspiel at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside. Other members of the runner-up rink are Mark Robar, Summerside native Neil Gallant, and Kirk MacDiarmid.

Link to event results: http://curlatlantic.com/scoreboard/competitions/1342-2014-pepsi-act-cashspiel/scoreboard

Gallant beat defending event champ Blair Jay from the host club 6-2 in semi-final play, with a stolen triple giving him a commanding 6-1 lead after 5 ends. Dexter edged Summerside native, former World Junior champ, and 7-time PEI women’s champ Suzanne Birt 6-5 to advance to the championship game.

Gallant and Dexter both were undefeated going into the final, qualifying out of the A event, with Gallant beating clubmate Tyler Harris and Dexter defeating Charlottetown’s Kathy O’Rourke in the A qualifiers. Birt beat Harris, and Jay beat O’Rourke in the B flight, with

Charlottetown’s Kim Dolan rink won  the consolation round final, by a 6-3 score over Hugh Avery and his Halifax Curling Club team.

The winning Gallant rink receives $1800, with $1200 going to the runner-up Dexter team. Jay and Birt each get $900, with $600 going to consolation winner Dolan.

12 Teams, from the three Maritime provinces took part in the event.

McEwen defeats Jacobs to win the National (Grand Slam)

(by Jonathan Brazeau) SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Mike McEwen defeated hometown hero Brad Jacobs 5-2 to win his fourth career Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling title at the National Sunday in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

Team Mike McEwen celebrate after defeating Team Brad Jacobs 5-2 in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling National final (Photo: Anil Mungal).

The Winnipeg rink of McEwen, B.J. Neufeld, Matt Wozniak and Denni Neufeld also moved into the top spot on the World Curling Tour’s order of merit list.

Team McEwen has been on an incredible roll this season winning their first four tournaments and reaching the finals of the first leg of the Grand Slam series at the Master earlier this month.

“It feels like a lot of validation of the things that we’re doing as a team,” McEwen said, “and that feels really good.”

Jacobs, the Sochi Olympics gold medallist, trailed 4-2 with the hammer coming home but couldn’t get the deuce in the final end to send it into an extra frame and gave up a single steal that iced the game.

McEwen grabbed the lead with a single in the fifth and a steal of one in seven. Jacobs went big to attempt to score two in the seventh but nudged McEwen’s shot rock closer to the pin.

It didn’t start off too well for McEwen as he attempted an angle raise takeout to score two in the first but missed and gave up one. He then looked to score three in the second but couldn’t push Jacobs’ rock out far enough and was forced to take one to tie it 1-1.

Jacobs attempted to knock out McEwen’s shot rock on the button in three but couldn’t get it to roll far enough but settled for one in the fourth to knot it up again. McEwen tried to blank the fifth with a runback but couldn’t get the rock to roll out and took one.

“It was intense,” McEwen admitted. “I didn’t feel normal through the first four ends. I was a little shaky, I wasn’t feeling myself but the boys played so well in front of me that despite me being a little bit off that they hung in there, made a lot of shots in front of me, and I was able to make some big ones for the team at the end.”

Team McEwen won the World Cup of Curling and the Canadian Open in the 2010-11 season and captured another Canadian Open title in 2011-12.

Click to read at the Grand Slam site

Diane MacKay rink wins Cornwall’s 2nd annual Masters Plus bonspiel

Cornwall’s second annual Masters Plus bonspiel wrapped up on Friday, with the Diane MacKay rink from the host club winning the event, and the Ken Nichol team from Sackville NB finishing in the runner-up spot. Masters Plus  teams have three players 60 and over, and one team member age 55 and over.

 

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File photo: Diane MacKay

There were 16 teams entered, representing 7 curling clubs from NS, NB, and PEI. A point system was used to determine the final standings. Following is the list of the top four teams:

Curling Club              Skip                 Third              Second                       Lead

Cornwall Diane MacKay Myron MacKay   Vern Chowan               Fran Whitlock

Sackville        Ken Nicol      Don MacIntyre        Doug Oulton            Myles Trenholm

Cornwall        Shirley Berry Sandy Hope   Shelly Ebbett                    Arleen Harris

Charlottetown Julien Gaudin Wayne Arsenault Shoji Yamamoto Cathy Dillon

 

The host committee of Ed Coffin, Roy Coffin, Ron Giggey and Paul Arsenault want to extend a special thank you to Bev McCormick, Lance Lowther, and all the staff of the Cornwall Curling Club. Also, a huge thank you to all the volunteers who helped with the bonspiel including advertising, scoring, making coffee, lunches etc.

Thank you again to all the sponsors who supported this bonspiel by donating prizes.

Jacobs, McEwen set for GSOC National final (Grand Slam)

(by Jonathan Brazeau) SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Olympic gold medallist Brad Jacobs has a chance to win a Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling title in his hometown after winning 8-2 in six ends over Edmonton’s Brendan Bottcher during the National semifinals Saturday.

Brad Jacobs (Photo: Anil Mungal)

Bottcher, the 2012 world junior champion, held the hammer in the first and drew his final stone into the four-foot circle to score one but that was his only lead of the game.

After a close measurement in the second, Jacobs scored a deuce to jump ahead. Jacobs pulled away with a steal of one in the third and two in the fourth and iced the game with a triple in the sixth.

It was Bottcher’s first time reaching a Grand Slam semifinal.

Watch the National final Sunday on Sportsnet East, Ontario, West and Pacific at 4:30 p.m. AT.


Pinty’s GSOC National: Latest scores & stats


Jacobs will face Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen, who earned a 5-2 victory over Heath McCormick, from Blaine, Minn., in the other semifinal match.

McEwen led 4-0 after stealing singles in the second and third ends and two in the fifth. McCormick blanked the first and fourth ends. He settled for one in the sixth and stole a point in seven. McCormick had three stones in the house in the final end but McEwen nailed the hit and stick to count one.

[PEI’s Adam Casey rink finished play with a 2-3 win-loss record, and beat Jacobs in their round robin encounter.]

Click to read this story at the Grand Slam website

Well-known PEI curler and businessman set to drive national board (Guardian)

A prominent P.E.I. businessman has been named to the board of directors for the Canadian Automobile Dealers Association (CADA).
Peter MacDonald was named to the executive committee in the position of secretary-treasurer at CADA’s annual members’ meeting in Halifax recently.

Peter MacDonald

MacDonald will become second vice-chairman and first vice-chairman before taking over the reigns of the national organization as chairman in October 2018.

This is the first time in CADA’s 73-year history that a P.E.I. automobile dealer has been named to its executive.

“I am delighted to become an important contributor to this national board, taking a more active role,’’ MacDonald said in a news release. “The automobile industry is vibrant and growing, and I am excited to be a key player involved with an organization like CADA that is so revered by those directly and indirectly involved in the automobile world.’’

MacDonald’s previous roles include serving as president of the Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce, division chairman of the United Way, director of the Summerside Curling Club and the Charlottetown Curling Club, director, secretary-treasurer and auditor of the P.E.I. Curling Association and division chairman of numerous national and provincial curling championships.

Click to read full story in The Guardian

Team Casey proving they can play with the world’s best (Journal)

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. – Adam Casey made P.E.I. curling history on Wednesday, and he’s proving his rink can play with the world’s best.

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Casey, third stone Josh Barry, second stone Anson Carmody and lead Robbie Doherty became the first rink from P.E.I. to compete in a Grand Slam curling event.

Casey dropped his opening game in the National 8-4 to Glenn Howard, who scored three points in the first end and led 5-1 after three.

Then on Thursday, the Casey foursome played a pair of extra-end games. In an afternoon game, Casey drew to the four-foot in the extra end to edge Olympic gold-medallist and hometown favourite Brad Jacobs 5-4.

In a late-afternoon contest, John Epping counted a single point in the extra end to pull out a 5-4 win and drop Casey to 1-2 (won-lost).

Click for full story in the Journal Pioneer

McEwen holds off Stoughton, Casey loses in extra to Epping, Gushue wins at National (Grand Slam)

(by Jonathan Brazeau)

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Mike McEwen fended off Jeff Stoughton in an all-Winnipeg rink match to score a deuce in the extra end and win 7-5 during Draw 4 at the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling National tournament Thursday.

Mike McEwen (Photo: Anil Mungal)

Stoughton settled for one in the first and picked up a single steal in two to grab an early 2-0 lead. McEwen nailed a nose tap for a deuce in the third end and stole singles in four and five to pull ahead. Stoughton almost gave up another steal in six but his rock spun into the four-foot just enough to give him a point after a measurement.

McEwen (2-0) added another single in the seventh and Stoughton (1-1) scored a pair to tie it up 5-5.


Pinty’s GSOC National: Latest scores & stats


Elsewhere, Masters champion Brad Gushue (1-1) bounced back from a morning draw loss to Brendan Bottcher with an 8-3 win in six ends over Rob Rumfeldt (0-2).

Gushue, from St. John’s, N.L., scored deuces in the first and third ends and stole one in the fourth to pull away 5-1. Rumfeldt, of Guelph, Ont., closed the gap with a deuce in the fifth but shook hands after Gushue sealed the game with a triple in the sixth.

Matthew Blandford (1-1) eased his final shot to the button in the eighth to score one and win 5-4 over Mark Kean, from Stoney Creek, Ont. Blandford led 4-2 after five but Kean (0-3) settled for a single in the sixth and stole one in the seventh after Blandford’s shot rolled out.

American Heath McCormick (2-1) scored one in the final end to win 5-4 over Calgary’s John Morris (0-2).

Toronto’s John Epping (2-0) edged Charlottetown’s Adam Casey (1-2) with a single in the extra end to win 5-4. Casey controlled most of the game until Epping jumped ahead 4-3 with a triple in the seventh. Casey scored one in the eighth to tie it up.

Click to read at the Grand Slam website

Charlottetown Curling Complex rinks representing PEI at Travelers Curling Club Ch’ship, starting Monday in Halifax

Curling fever hits Halifax as the country’s top club teams descend on the Mayflower Curling Club

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Nov. 20, 2014 — Travelers Canada is proud to present the 2014 Travelers Curling Club Championship taking place at the Mayflower Curling Club from November 24 to 29. Teams from across Canada will compete for the ultimate title of Canadian Club Champions during six days of competition.

“We’re pleased to bring the Travelers Curling Club Championship to Halifax and raise money for local charities,” said Leigh Armstrong, elite Ontario curler and Chair of the 6th annual Travelers Curling Club Championship. “The Championship will feature great competition between the top clubs and we look forward to celebrating grassroots curling at its best.”

The event will officially begin with an opening reception and banquet for players on Sunday, Nov. 23 followed by Opening Ceremonies on Monday, Nov. 24 at 7:00 p.m. Teams representing every province and territory, plus a separate entry for Northern Ontario, will take part and crowds can expect highly-competitive play throughout the tournament.

Prince Edward Island is represented by two teams from the Charlottetown Curling Complex, the Phillip McInnis men’s rink, and the women’s team captained by Tammi Cudmore.

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Charlottetown Curling Complex
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Skip: Phillip McInnis
Third: Adam Arsenault
Second: Cory Arsenault
Lead: Rodney Hood

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Charlottetown Curling Complex

(Left to Right)

Skip: Tammi Cudmore

Third: Julie Scales

Second: Jane DiCarlo

Lead: Anne Chouinard

PEI native Marion MacAulay, now living in Truro, is again skipping the Nova Scotia women’s team, out of the Bluenose Curling Club in New Glasgow.

Since its inception in 2009, the event has raised over $365,000 in support of various provincial chapters of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI, formerly the Canadian Paraplegic Association) and wheelchair curling. SCI works to assist those with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation. This year’s event will support SCI’s Nova Scotia chapter.

The closing ceremonies will take place  Saturday, November 29, at 11:00 am, following the 9 am final games, at Mayflower Curling Club

Twitter: @travelerscurls – https://twitter.com/TravelersCurls, Hashtag: #TCCC2014

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/travelerscurls

Website: http://www.curling.ca/travelerscurls/

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PEI’s Adam Casey upsets Olympic gold medallist Brad Jacobs in extra end at the Grand Slam

(by Jonathan Brazeau) SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Charlottetown’s Adam Casey drew his final stone of the extra end into the four-foot to score one and stun Olympic gold medallist Brad Jacobs 5-4 during Draw 3 at the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling National.

Adam Casey (Photo: Anil Mungal)

Casey scored a deuce in the second to grab an early 2-0 lead. The game turned into a back-and-forth affair as the two rinks traded singles through the third and fourth ends and Jacobs added one in the fifth to tie it up 3-3. Casey pushed back into the lead with a point in the seventh and Jacobs knotted it up again in eight.


Pinty’s GSOC National: Latest scores & stats


Elsewhere in Draw 3, defending champion Glenn Howard, from Penetanguishene, Ont., (2-0) scored two in the seventh and stole a pair in the final end to lift his team to a 6-5 victory over Kean (0-2). Team Kean, from Stoney Creek, Ont., broke a 2-2 tie with a single in four followed by a double steal in six.

Winnipeg’s Reid Carruthers climbed to a 2-0 record with a 9-3 rout in six ends over Switzerland’s Peter de Cruz. Carruthers scored deuces in the first and third ends and added a five-ender in the sixth to ice the game. Team Carruthers made short work in its morning draw match as well defeating Team Rob Rumfeldt 6-1 in five ends.

Edmonton’s Brendan Bottcher is also up 2-0 in the National following a 6-4 win over Calgary’s Kevin Koe. Bottcher jumped out to lead 3-1 with a deuce in the second and a steal of one in the third. Koe settled for a point in four but Bottcher extended his lead with a single in five and a steal of one in six. Koe grabbed two in the seventh end.

American John Shuster held off Saskatoon’s Steve Laycock to win 8-7. Shuster (1-1) earned a triple in the opening end, stole one in the second and scored four in the fifth to build an 8-2 lead. Laycock (1-1) closed the gap with a triple in the sixth. Shuster gave up a steal of two in the eighth.

Click to read at the Grand Slam website

PEI’s Adam Casey vs hometown favourite Brad Jacobs at the National – live on Sportsnet at 1:30 pm

CurlingZone is reporting that the featured 1:30 pm Atlantic game at the National Grand Slam event in Sault Ste. Marie on Sportsnet (main channel) will be the match between hometown favourite Brad Jacobs and PEI’s first team ever in a Grand Slam event, Team Adam Casey.

Fans of the Brad Gushue rink, which includes PEI native Brett Gallant, will be able to watch them take on the Kevin Koe foursome, Friday at 8:30 pm on Sportsnet East, Ontario & Pacific.

Click for schedule from CurlingZone

Click for schedule from Sportsnet

Here are the team profiles from the Grand Slam website:

TEAM CASEY

Lineup: Adam Casey, Josh Barry, Anson Carmody and Robbie Doherty

Hometown: Charlottetown

WCT Order of Merit ranking: 18th

Casey returned to his home province to skip a new team, the first P.E.I. rink ever to play in a Grand Slam tournament. The rink has reached the final at three World Curling Tour events this season: the AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic, the Dave Jones Molson Mayflower Cashspiel and the CookstownCash presented by Comco Canada Inc.

TEAM JACOBS

Lineup: Brad Jacobs, Ryan Fry, E.J. Harnden and Ryan Harnden

Hometown: Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

WCT Order of Merit ranking: 1st

The Sochi Olympic gold medallists made it to the semifinals Masters earlier this month. The team also won the Tim Hortons Brier and the world men’s curling championship silver medal in 2013.

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Jacobs thumps Kean, Casey loses to Howard, as the National kicks off (Grand Slam)

[On Thursday, Team Adam Casey faces Brad Jacobs at 1:30, and John Epping at 5 pm AT]

(by Jonathan Brazeau)

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Hometown heroes Team Brad Jacobs had the crowd roaring during their 9-3 win over Team Mark Kean during the opening draw of the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling National tournament Wednesday night.

Brad Jacobs (Photo: Anil Mungal)

Right from the opening ceremonies, the Sault Ste. Marie fans were on their feet cheering for the Olympic gold medallists Jacobs, Ryan Fry, E.J. Harnden and Ryan Harnden. The team fed off of that electric energy to capitalize early and steal a triple in the opening end and the team never relinquished the lead.

E.J. Harnden said it was important for the team to start off their hometown tournament in the win column.

“I think it allows us to feel a bit more comfortable,” Harnden said. “It was just nice to start off on the right foot, get the crowd into it, get the atmosphere where we want it to be and we’re in a good position now moving forward but we know that there’s a long way to go, lots of work left to do and hopefully we can keep it going.”

Team Kean, from Stoney Creek, Ont., got on the board with a point in the second but Jacobs replied with one of his own in the third. Kean added another single in four and Jacobs extended his lead with a double in five.

Kean settled for one in the sixth and shook hands after Jacobs added another triple in seven and the crowd erupted. Harnden said having the fan support helped them throughout the match.

“It was good because you knew when you’re in the hack after every shot if you made it you’re going to hear some sort of cheering and if you made a big shot you’re going to hear a roar,” Harnden said. “It’s more incentive obviously for us to make some big shots and make every shot we can because we know the crowd is going to be behind us and cheering for each rock that we throw.

“It was a great start. We didn’t expect anything less and we hope that it continues throughout the week and gets busier and busier.”


Pinty’s GSOC National: Latest scores and stats


Elsewhere in Draw 1 action, defending champion Glenn Howard, from Penetanguishene, Ont., also scored big to pick up an 8-4 win over Charlottetown’s Adam Casey.

Team Howard earned a triple in the first and added a deuce in the third to pull ahead 5-1. The two rinks exchanged singles and then doubles as they shook hands after seven.

“It’s always nice to start off with a win,” said Team Howard lead Craig Savill. “If you lose your first game it feels like you’re on your heels for the rest of it and you don’t want to get two losses. It’s a little scary when you get there because you’re looking at tiebreakers and stuff so it’s nice to get our first win.”

Casey, Josh Barry, Anson Carmody and Robbie Doherty represent the first rink from P.E.I. to compete in a Grand Slam tournament.

Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen topped Heath McCormick, of Blaine, Minn., with a 7-4 victory. McEwen jumped ahead with a double in the first, a triple in the third and single steals in the fourth and fifth ends to lead 7-1. McCormick charged back scoring two in the sixth and stealing one in the seventh but couldn’t complete the rally.

Winnipeg’s Jeff Stoughton stole points in three consecutive ends to win 7-3 over John Shuster from Duluth, Minn. Stoughton broke a 3-3 tie with a steal of one in the fifth followed by another single steal in six and a double steal in the seventh to ice the game.

Calgary’s Kevin Koe stole singles in the seventh and eighth ends during a 6-3 victory over Peter de Cruz of Switzerland. De Cruz kept it tight early and tied it up 3-3 with a deuce in the fourth but Koe pulled back into the lead with a point in the fifth and held on from there.

Click to read at the Grand Slam website.

Curl PEI adopting CCA Curlcast for live scoring – to debut this weekend for Summerside cashspiel

Curl PEI, in partnership with the Canadian Curling Association (CCA) Information Services and Technology Department, and with Curl Atlantic, will be using the CCA’s Curlcast competition results platform to present up-to-date scoring for its provincial championship events, and for some … Continue reading

(Pics added, 1 team correction): James Bryson from St. John’s NL, and Veronica Smith from Cornwall PE go undefeated to win Fox Fall Fling

The 8th Annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel wrapped up Sunday afternoon at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, with teams from St. John’s NL and Cornwall PEI winning the finals. Photo: Organizer Sheila Compton (right) handing out … Continue reading

Curl PEI Umpire Clinics

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 … Continue reading

Crapaud update

Here are a few updates from the Crapaud Community Curling Club: Dream Draw –  THIS Friday , October 3rd , 7pm at the club is when they will be drawing for the big prizes!! Come on out and see if … Continue reading