- investing in current facility
- partnering with the City in the multi-sport facility the Mayor discussed this week in The Guardian
- pursuing another direction
Here are the three winners from each of the four Atlantic provinces for Curl Atlantic’s Joyce Myers Scholarship Fund. The recipients will receive their $500 cheques on Oct. 1, after proof of enrollment at a university or college is provided.
The Board of Trustees of the Joyce Myers Trust Fund created the Scholarship Fund as a means to assist our talented full time student athletes in Atlantic Canada. Priority is given to athletes attending Atlantic universities, colleges or vocational schools.
NL – Sarah Ford, Liam Gregory, Stephen Trickett
NS – Janique Leblanc, Matthew Manuel, Nicholas Zachernuk
NB – Andrew Burgess, Rene Comeau, Carter Small
PE – Katie Fullerton, Chloé McCloskey, Brooks Roche
This is a reminder that the Curl PEI Annual General Meeting will take place at 6:30pm on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside.
Competition Introduction – Making Ethical Decisions (MED)
Tuesday June 9, 2015
5:30-9:00 pm Room 125 at Sport PEI
Suitable for all coaches, regardless of the type of athlete they are working with.
By successfully completing the Make Ethical Decisions workshop you will be fully equipped to handle virtually any ethical situation with confidence and surety. MED is one of the NCCP’s cornerstone workshops, and leaves coaches with no doubt as to what to do when the going gets tough.
Upon completing the MED module you’ll be able to:
•Analyze a challenging situation and determine if it has moral, legal or ethical implications;
•Apply the NCCP Ethical Decision-Making Model to properly respond to each situation in a way that is consistent with the NCCP Code of Ethics.
This will be the last time that this module will be offered for free. Moving forward in the next few months, there will be registration fees for most NCCP modules.
Subject to final approval at their Annual General Meeting on May 27, here are Curl PEI’s provincial championships and other events for the 2015-2016 season. Please note that participant fees are per person/per event (not per season as in previous years). Entry fee is per team.
Kraft Project Play:
The Chance to Win $250,000 Towards Your Community’s Place to Play!
– Nominate today at KraftProjectPlay.com. Nominations close June 14, 2015 –
About Kraft Project Play
Curling clubs, occer fields, recreation centres, and basketball courts are just some of the places that unite us, bringing us together as friends, families, and, communities. These are the places we play, where we form friendships, share recipes and swap neighbourhood tips. They are vital parts of active, healthy and vibrant communities. However, they need to be maintained and, without the proper facility repairs and upgrades, we risk losing them. With this in mind, Kraft Project Play is helping to build a better future by building better places to play: because stronger communities start with better places to play. The grand prize winner will receive $250,000 for their recreation facility upgrade and the three finalists will each receive $25,000.
What: Communities can nominate their local facility for an upgrade at KraftProjectPlay.com from May 1 to June 14.
WHY: Kraft Project Play will award one community the grand prize of a $250,000 for a recreation facility upgrade – the largest single community investment Kraft Canada has made to-date. As well, three finalists will each receive $25,000
HOW: Nominate in just TWO easy steps
1) Go to KraftProjectPlay.com
2) Complete the online nomination form.
Remember: this is your chance to let us know why YOUR community deserves a $250,000 recreational facility upgrade and the impact it would make!
3) Hit the submit button and you’re done!
- Submit your nomination today! The nomination period closes on Sunday, June 14
- Four finalists will be announced on July 26
- Canadians can then vote for their favourite community project starting at 12:00 p.m. ET on August 17 until 11:59 p.m. ET on August 18
- The grand prize winner will be revealed on August 21 on TSN’s SportsCentre
The next Curl Atlantic Championship will be held in September 2016. The event is being postponed for one year due to a Grand Slam of Curling event being held in NL on the same weekend this year. The event returns to Charlottetown in 2016.
Competition Development Module – Developing Athletic Abilities will be offered for free on the evenings of May 20 & 27 at Sport PEI.
Coaches need to attend both evenings to receive credit for the course and there is a pre-workshop assignment as well.
This will be the last time that this module will be offered for free. Moving forward in the next few months, will be registration fees for most NCCP modules.
Upcoming Canada Games Coaches or those looking to be Competition Development certified they will need this module.
Please contact Lynn Boudreau or register on line at https://thelocker.coach.ca/event/public/5091922 The pre-workshop is an e-learning piece that must be done on The Locker website.
Give curling a shot until 3 pm today (May 9) at the Organized Mom Expo at the Murphy Community Centre in Charlottetown! https://www.facebook.com/events/784018321686166/
For Junior Coaches…
Curl PEI is pleased to be able to send at least one junior coach to the Coach Stream of the Curling Canada Summit taking place June 14-17, 2015 in Collingwood, Ontario. If you coached a junior team in 2014/15 and/or will be coaching a junior team in 2015/16 this opportunity is for you. Please visit the Summit website for the session details and if you are interested and available please email the following information by Wednesday May 13 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Team you coached in 2014/15 (list all curlers):
Team you plan to coach in 2015/16 (list all known curlers):
Funding will cover registration, flight, hotel, as well as provide a per diem for meals.
Team performances in 2014/15 will impact coach selection; however we encourage all interested coaches to apply.
For Curlers…ALL AGES…
On Wednesday, May 13 at 7pm there will be an information session about a Sport Performance Training Program. This is an initiative of Sport PEI and Synergy Fitness and includes both fitness sessions, nutrition sessions, and fitness testing; 40 sessions in all. Curlers are invited to Synergy Fitness on Wednesday for an active, in-gym, information session to preview what the sessions will entail and what the program will offer. This is open to curlers of all ages. The program will run from June 1 until the first of October. The final cost has not yet been finalized but the most it will cost is $200 + HST ($228) per participant.
Details for the information session:
Wednesday, May 13 at 7pm
Synergy Fitness (141 Mt Edward Rd, Ch’town – lower level of The Mount) http://synergyfitnut.ca/
Be ready for a workout
If you are interested in attending the information session please let Amy Duncan know at email@example.com
The Charlottetown Curling Complex are holding a lobster and ham take out dinner on May 16th, with pickup from 3-5 pm. Lobster is $20 and ham is $15. Dinner includes potato salad, coleslaw, roll and carrot cake. Order tickets by May 12 by contacting a director or leave message at the club (902) 892 7467. Anyone interested in donating a carrot cake or to help to assemble the meals leave a message at the club or contact Phillip McInnis (902) 393-2950.
The CCC will be open for special functions over the summer. Contact them if you need a place for a wedding, anniversary or family reunion. They offer special rates for club members.
Young curlers across the country will be able to benefit for the second straight year from Curling Canada’s For The Love of Curling scholarships, it was announced Friday.
Thanks to the incredible support of the curling community, 10 scholarships are available again this year for elite young curlers.
“This is one of the programs we are most proud of as a National Sports Organization (NSO),” said Greg Stremlaw, Chief Executive Officer of Curling Canada. “We have some amazing young athletes in our sport, but they need this kind of support to pursue their curling dreams. Being able to offer these scholarships is another example of how we’re continuing to build our sport and maintain our position as the world’s leading curling nation.”
The application process for the “For the Love of Curling” scholarships is now open to young curlers who will studying at a Canadian university or college. These scholarships were funded by generous donors and curlers from across Canada.
Last year, 10 deserving young people received a scholarship to help balance the demands of curling, school and work. Some of the recipients went on to compete in the 2015 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, 2015 CIS/CCA University Curling Championships and the 2015 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Championships.
Each scholarship will provide $1,000 to help university or college athletes cover a portion of their education and curling costs. A total of 10 scholarships are available for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Emphasis will be placed on athletes who have competed at the provincial/territorial level or higher; who have maintained a good level of academic standing; and athletes who show a commitment to curling through their involvement in coaching, instructing and/or volunteer activities. Athletes must be 23 or younger as of Dec. 31, 2015, and former recipients of the For The Love of Curling scholarships are not eligible.
The application process runs through to June 30, 2015, and the scholarship recipients will be announced in August.
For more information or to apply, go to curling.ca/scholarships
Here are Junior Curling events currently scheduled for the 2015-2016 season. They will be added to the PEICurling.com events calendar. Contact the chairperson of each event for additional info.
Junior Events 2015-16 (PDF version)
Notice of Meeting
The Curl PEI Annual General Meeting will take place at 6:30pm on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 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 must submit it to Curl PEI Executive Director Amy Duncan by 4pm on May 6, 2015.
The Town of Cornwall is hosting a Community Expo on Saturday at the Terry Fox Sports Complex, where over 15 organizations, including Curl PEI, will be there promoting their programs, giving you a chance to try their sport or activity, … Continue reading
Summerside PEI native Geri-Lynn Ramsay, now living in Calgary Alberta, has announced via her personal Twitter account @GLRamsay that she will be skipping a newly-formed team for the 2015-2016 season. The rink includes third Brittany Tran, second stone Becca Konschuh, … Continue reading
The Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside is hosting the January Freeze Junior Cashspiel from Jan. 22-24 2016. Entry fee is $125 per team, with a maximum of 24 teams. Each team is guaranteed five games. Deadline for … Continue reading
The 8th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel will take place November 13-15 2015 at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside. Entry fee is $125/team. The event is open to the 1st 12 women’s and 12 men’s teams, … Continue reading
(by Jonathan Brazeau) TORONTO — For Team Brad Jacobs, it was the fourth time that was the charm. Playing in their fourth Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling final, the Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., rink captured their first major together at … Continue reading
(GSOC) Save the dates as we can now confirm the locations for five of the seven events on the 2015-16 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling schedule that will see the series travel from coast to coast. The season will kick … Continue reading
(by Jonathan Brazeau) TORONTO — Mike McEwen has secured a direct berth to the semifinals of the Players’ Championship after making a double takeout to score two in the final end for a 6-4 victory over Brad Gushue on Friday … Continue reading
(by Jason Simmonds) COVEHEAD – It will be a new-look Suzanne Birt rink next season. Suzanne Birt in action during the 2015 provincial women’s curling championship at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside. Jason Simmonds/Journal Pioneer The … Continue reading
BellAliant Community One and Universum Media have generously provided Curl PEI with copies of all the Atlantic Under 18 Curling Championship webcasts from last weekend at the Montague Curling Club, and we have now uploaded them to YouTube. They may … Continue reading
Reigning provincial women’s curling champion skip Suzanne Birt will have a new team for next season, with third Robyn Green and second Meaghan Hughes, both from the 2014-2015 runner-up team skipped by Kathy O’Rourke, joining the rink, along with lead … Continue reading
The 2014/15 curling season at the Charlottetown Curling Complex comes to a close this Sunday, April 12th with the annual bar spiel. Club members with lockers are asked to come in this week and clean then out. The Complex is … Continue reading
(by Jonathan Brazeau) TORONTO — Two-time Canadian champion Rachel Homan kicks off the Players’ Championship Tuesday night against Sweden’s Margaretha Sigfridsson in opening draw action. Rachel Homan at the 2014 Canadian Open in Yorkton, Sask. (Photo: Anil Mungal) Homan, from … Continue reading
In the wake of the successful Ford World Men’s Championship in Halifax, another major curling event is headed to Nova Scotia. The Mariners Centre in Yarmouth, N.S. The 2017 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, the 54th renewal of the traditional two-man, … Continue reading
The Canadian Masters Curling Championship wrapped up on the weekend at the Whitehorse Curling Club, with Team British Columbia (Women), skipped by Karen Lepine, and Team Manitoba (Men), skipped by Ron Wescott, winning the event. Silver medals went to Ontario … Continue reading
The 6th Annual Lobster Trap Curling Bonspiel takes place this weekend (April 10-12) at the Eastern Kings Sportsplex in Souris, with 32 teams vying for the coveted Lobster Trap trophy. The Sportsplex hosts curling one day a week during the … Continue reading
The Atlantic Under 18 Curling Championships wrapped up Sunday afternoon at the Montague Curling Club, with the Justine Comeau rink from New Brunswick winning the women’s title, and the Matthew Manuel foursome from Nova Scotia taking the men’s event. The … Continue reading
Niklas Edin of Sweden stole three in the first end and counted threes in the fifth and seventh ends to beat defending champion Thomas Ulsrud of Norway 9-5 to win the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship Sunday at the Scotiabank … Continue reading
Courtesy of Margaret O’Connor, here’s a gallery of photos from the Atlantic Under 18 Curling Championships, which wrapped up on Sunday at the Montague Curling Club, with the New Brunswick women and Nova Scotia men winning the event, and the … Continue reading
The Montague Curling Club are hosting the Atlantic Under 18 Curling Championships starting this afternoon and wrapping up on Sunday. The men’s and women’s U18 champions from all four Atlantic provinces, as well as the runners-up (as the host teams) … Continue reading
PEI’s Shirley Berry rink split their Thursday games at the Canadian Masters Curling Championships at the Whitehorse Curling Club. They picked up a 6-5 win over Judy Burgess’ Nova Scotia rink, but lost 8-2 to Manitoba, who picked up a … Continue reading
Pat Simmons of Canada and Thomas Ulsrud of Norway finished off their round-robin play at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship with their 10th wins Thursday and immediately set about planning for their rematch in Friday’s Page 1-2 playoff game. … Continue reading
Crapaud Curling Club MELTDOWN! April 10th-12th, 2015 Includes: Entertainment and Munchies Friday evening Coffee and Muffins; Dinner, Mussels, and Entertainment on Saturday Guaranteed 3 games Cost: $140 per team Please note: Teams must have at least … Continue reading
The Shirley Berry rink, from the Cornwall Curling Club and the Charlottetown Curling Complex are participating in the Canadian Masters Curling Championships, for curlers age 60 and over, at the Whitehorse Curling Club in the Yukon. The PEI women’s champions … Continue reading
The Montague Curling Club will be hosting the Atlantic Under 18 Curling Championships from April 3-5 2015. The men’s and women’s U18 champions from all four Atlantic provinces, as well as the runners-up (as the host teams) from the PEI … Continue reading
Thomas Ulrud and his Norwegian teammates are defending champions and they served notice Tuesday evening that they are not going to easily give up their Ford World Men’s Curling Championship. Team Canada’s Pat Simmons watches his shot, with Norway’s Christoffer … Continue reading
Cornwall’s Lisa Jackson team beat the Iva Griffin rink from the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton by a 7-3 score Monday evening to win the women’s title at the provincial Travelers Curling Club Championship. Western Community’s Freddy Fraser rink … Continue reading
Cornwall’s Lisa Jackson team beat the Iva Griffin rink from the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton by a 7-3 score this evening to win the women’s title at the provincial Travelers Curling Club Championship. Western Community’s Freddy Fraser rink … Continue reading
The men’s and women’s teams from the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton picked up big wins this afternoon at the Travelers Curling Club Championship at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, with the Freddy Fraser foursome edging out Charlottetown’s John … Continue reading
Curl Atlantic is pleased to announce that they will be hosting a Business of Curling Symposium from May 1-3, 2015 at Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB. Sessions on Membership Retention, Membership Recruitment, Learn-to-Curl Programs, Best Practices and Real Life Examples, Bonspiels, Sponsorship and … Continue reading
Round robin play finished Sunday evening at the Travelers Curling Club Championship being played at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, with three men’s teams and three women’s rinks advancing to their respective Monday championship rounds. The three men’s teams advancing … Continue reading
VALLEYFIELD, Que. – The Leo Stewart rink from Summerside enjoyed a strong showing at the 2015 Canadian firefighters curling championship here last week. © Submitted photo Team P.E.I. at the 2015 Canadian firefighters curling championship in Valleyfield, Que. From left: … Continue reading
It took an extra end, but the Veronica Smith rink from Cornwall and Crapaud went undefeated to edge the defending champion James Dalton team from the host Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club and the Cornwall Curling Club by a … Continue reading
The Holland College Hurricanes women’s curling team, who curl out of the Cornwall Curling Club, finished round robin play with a 2-5 win-loss record at the Canadian Collegiate Athletics Association (CCAA) Nationals, which wrapped up Saturday in Olds Alberta. The Fanshawe … Continue reading
The 56th Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship wrapped up on Saturday in Valleyfield and Huntingdon Quebec, with Team Manitoba, from the Winnipeg Fire Department, skipped by Ryan Lalonde, defeating Team Alberta 11-3 in the final. Manitoba took four points in … Continue reading
The final, between the 1st and second place teams from the round robin, is set for 1 pm today at the Advantage Communications / Curl PEI Provincial Junior Mixed curling championship at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in … Continue reading
The Provincial Mixed Curling Championship wrapped up on March 17 at the Charlottetown Curling Complex, with the host club rink of skip Eddie MacKenzie, third Chloé McCloskey, second Tyler MacKenzie, and lead stone Megan Wile defeating the Cody Dixon rink … Continue reading
Only two undefeated teams remain going into the 11 am Sunday round robin draw at the provincial Travelers Curling Club Championship Championship at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. The John Desrosiers team from the Charlottetown Curling Complex remains unbeaten at … Continue reading
The final round robin draw goes at 9:30 this morning in the Advantage Communications / Curl PEI Provincial Junior Mixed curling championship at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside. The Veronica Smith rink from Cornwall and Crapaud … Continue reading
Pat Simmons had to make a last-rock draw to the button in an extra end to get past John Shuster of the United States 11-10 in the second draw of the Ford Men’s World Curling Championship Saturday. Pat Simmons, middle, … Continue reading
Prairie provinces stood tall on the medal podium on Saturday afternoon at the Thistle Club in Edmonton. 2015 Everest Canadian Seniors gold-medallists. Team Manitoba men, top, from left, lead Dale Michie, second Peter Nicholls, third Dean Moxham and skip Randy … Continue reading
Three draws are in the books after opening day action at the provincial Travelers Curling Club Championship at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. In the men’s division, with representatives from all seven PEI dedicated curling facilities, the Alan Inman foursome … Continue reading
PEI, represented by the Summerside Fire Department, skipped by Leo Stewart, lost their Page 3 vs 4 playoff game to BC by a 6-3 score this evening at the Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship in Valleyfield and Huntington Quebec, and … Continue reading
While the match-ups for the semifinals have yet to be determined, the four teams who will play in those semifinals has been decided at the 2015 Everest Canadian Senior Men’s Championship at the Thistle C.C. in Edmonton. Alberta’s Glen Hansen … Continue reading
Four of the five teams have seen action after the opening draw this evening at the Advantage Communications / Curl PEI Provincial Junior Mixed Curling Championship being played at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside. The Veronica … Continue reading
The Page playoff round is underway at the Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship in Valleyfield and Huntington Quebec. PEI, represented by the Summerside Fire Department, finished round robin play with a 6-4 win-loss record, and grabbed the final playoff spot … Continue reading
Ed Sattelberger of the Iqaluit C.C. defeated Al Hackner 10-5 in Thursday afternoon’s draw at the 2015 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships at the Thistle C.C. in Edmonton. (Photo Annie Teveniuk and Lisa Miller) The Nunavut skip opened the scoring … Continue reading
The provincial curling championship season comes to a close with two events this weekend — the Travelers Curling Club Championship, for men’s and women’s teams who have won their respective club championships, and the Advantage Communications / Curl PEI Junior Mixed, … Continue reading
(by Jean Mills) A special reunion took place in Waterloo, Ont., recently, where curlers from across Canada took over the K-W Granite Club for the CIS-Curling Canada University Curling Championships. Four of those curlers were together again for the first … Continue reading
Global men’s curling supremacy will be on the line when the 2015 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship gets underway on Saturday at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax. The official opening ceremonies are scheduled for noon (all times Atlantic), and will … Continue reading
The Holland College Hurricanes scored a 7-6 extra-end win Wednesday to even their record after two games at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association women’s curling championship. The Hurricanes lost 12-11 in the opening game against the host Olds College in … Continue reading
(by Graham Lloyd) Now fans can pick the games they really want to see when the 2015 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship comes to Halifax, March 28-April 5 at the Scotiabank Centre. (Michael Burns/CCA Photo) Tickets to the first five … Continue reading
The Maritime Stick Curling Championship was held at the Amherst Curling Club March 11-13. The Maritime Stick Curling Championship format has 4 men’s/open teams and 2 women’s teams from each of the 3 Maritime provinces. The 12 team men’s/open division … Continue reading
The UPEI Women’s Curling Team, skipped by Veronica Smith, finished the CIS/CCA Curling Championship in 4th place, losing to the Thompson Rivers team in the semi-finals. Photo (L-R): Veronica Smith, Jane DiCarlo, Emily Gray, Aleya Quilty The team also received … Continue reading
Note: this event has been cancelled due to insufficient signup. Curl PEI would like to invite Little Rock curlers out to the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club on Saturday March 28 from 9-11:30am for a morning of Fun and … Continue reading
(by Danny Lamoureux) Women’s event The first stage of play at the 2015 Everest Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship has been completed and the eight teams competing for the title have been identified. Thirteen women’s teams (Yukon did not enter … Continue reading
(by Jason Simmonds) The Adam Casey rink has made a roster move. David Mathers is moving to Prince Edward Island in May and will join the Island rink after playing for Mark Kean in Ontario. © Jason Simmonds/Journal Pioneer David … Continue reading
VALLEYFIELD, Que. – The P.E.I. representatives at the Canadian Firefighters Muscular Dystrophy Hydrant curling championships from Summerside are on a roll. Left to right: PEI Director Peter A. MacDonald, Jim Arsenault, Dwayne MacNeill, Gordon MacFadyen, Leo Stewart Skip Leo Stewart, … Continue reading
(by Jason Malloy) It took a six-kilometre snowmobile ride to get the Holland College Hurricanes curling team in the air and headed to nationals. © Submitted photo The Holland College Hurricanes curling team, from left, are Kellie-Lynn Younker, Bethany Dauphinee, … Continue reading
EDMONTON – P.E.I.’s Rod MacDonald rink evened their record at the 2015 Canadian senior curling championships on Monday. MacDonald jumped out to a 3-0 lead after one end, and never looked back in a 6-3 victory over Nunavut’s Ed Sattelberger. … Continue reading
EDMONTON – P.E.I.’s representatives at the 2015 Canadian senior curling championships recorded their first wins on Sunday. The Rod MacDonald-skipped men’s rink from the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside and Charlottetown Curling Complex began Sunday’s play with … Continue reading
The UPEI Panthers scored a deuce in the 10th for an 8-7 victory over St. F.X. Friday at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s curling championship in Waterloo, Ont. The win improved the Panthers to 3-4 and qualified them for Saturday’s … Continue reading
The following feature is from Sport PEI’s website. Click to read at Sport PEI Sport Feature After a busy month of February with Canada Games we are back on track with our Sport Features. For the month of March we … Continue reading
Two of the three rinks with PEI players won their openers on Wednesday at the Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials in Ottawa. Adam Casey is playing with Marie Christianson of Nova Scotia, and won his opener 8-7, while Kyle Holland … Continue reading
(by Kayla Fraser) Suzanne Birt flashed a winning smile Tuesday as she was presented a half-million dollar cheque.She accepted the money for her Atlantic Lottery scratch ticket win during a ceremony at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino in Charlottetown. “It … Continue reading
Canada’s best mixed doubles curling teams, including four curlers from PEI, return to the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club March 11-15 for the 2015 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials. Among those competing are the winners of the PEI trials in … Continue reading
Congratulations to Suzanne Birt on her big lottery win! She won the half million dollars on a Classic Ruby scratch & win ticket.was presented with the cheque this morning at Red Shores. … Continue reading
The Curl PEI Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships wrapped up on Monday at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, with the four rinks who will advance to the Atlantic Under 18 championships from April 3-5 in Montague decided. Because PEI is … Continue reading
The Curl PEI Provincial Mixed Curling Championship takes place March 13-17 at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. The defending champions – the team of Jamie Newson, Vanessa Hamming, Andrew Robinson, and Michelle MacIntyre from this year’s host club and the Crapaud … Continue reading
The Curl PEI Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships are over at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, with the four rinks who will advance to the Atlantic Under 18 championships from April 3-5 in Montague decided. Because PEI is the host … Continue reading
The Cornwall Curling Club is currently making plans to offer a Junior Development League commencing in the fall of 2015. This is in addition to the strong Junior Instructional Program which is presently in place. This developmental league is for … Continue reading
Here are photos, courtesy of Margaret O’Connor, from the opening draw of the Curl PEI Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. The women’s event wrapped up on Sunday (more on this later), while the men’s … Continue reading
Pat Simmons got the shot he wanted with last rock and then made it to give Team Canada the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions, championship. Team Canada’s Pat Simmons is hoisted by teammate John Morris. (Photo, … Continue reading
Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan stole two in an extra end Sunday to beat Brad Gushue of Newfoundland-Labrador 7-5 in the bronze medal game at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions. Gushue, who suffered a heart-breaking loss in … Continue reading
The Mitchell Schut team from the Cornwall Curling Club went undefeated this weekend at the Montague Curling Club to win the KFC Provincial Under 13 Curling Championship, beating the Alexis Burris rink from the Crapaud Community Curling Club by a … Continue reading
Team Canada’s miraculous turn-around in the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions, continued Saturday with two victories that moved the Pat Simmons-led squad into today’s final. Team Canada skip Pat Simmons is pumped after winning Saturday night’s semifinal. … Continue reading
Pat Simmons and Team Canada scored one in the 11th end Saturday to get past Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan 8-7 and advance to the semifinal of the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions. Team Canada skip Pat Simmons … Continue reading
There will be no unbeaten teams remaining following the last round robin draw at 10 am on Sunday morning at the KFC Provincial Under 13 Curling Championships at the Montague Curling Club, as the two teams with perfect records, the … Continue reading
Canada’s best mixed doubles curling teams, including four curlers from PEI, return to the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club March 11-15 for the 2015 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials. Among those competing are the winners of the PEI trials in … Continue reading
Brad Jacobs of Northern Ontario saw an opportunity in the fifth end so he took it, scored three and went on to defeat Brad Gushue of Newfoundland-Labrador 7-5 in the Page playoff 1-2 game Friday at the Tim Hortons Brier, … Continue reading
The first day of play is over in the KFC Under 13 curling championships in Montague, and the Curl PEI Under 18 in Crapaud. Four of the 9 teams entered remain undefeated in the round robin U13 competition. The Mitchell … Continue reading
Curling got underway with two draws today at the KFC Under 13 championships at the Montague Curling Club. Here is a gallery of photos from the first two draws. Click on a thumbnail to enlarge. Use arrows to go ahead/back. … Continue reading
Hilarity ensues as Team PEI lead stone Robbie Doherty hits The Patch at the Tim Hortons Brier in Calgary, talking with the curlers, fans and meeting the Brier Boys! Video courtesy of CurlingZone, … Continue reading
A member of Team Nova Scotia is speaking out against a new process that saw his province without representation at the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship. From a very early age, Colten Steele dreamed of representing Nova Scotia in the Brier. … Continue reading
Saskatchewan nails down final playoff berth at Tim Hortons Brier Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan defeated Jim Cotter of B.C. 4-2 Friday morning to claim the final playoff spot at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions. Saskatchewan skip … Continue reading
The Leo Stewart rink from the Summerside Fire Department will be representing PEI at the Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Association’s 56th annual Hydrant National Curling Championship, from March 19 to 29 at the Valleyfield and Huntington curling clubs in Quebec. … Continue reading