PEI women 1-1, men 0-2 at Canadian Curling Club Ch’ships in Leduc AB

The 2019 Canadian Curling Club Championships, featuring the country’s top men’s and women’s club curling teams, with all 14 of Curling Canada’s Member Associations (10 provinces, three territories and Northern Ontario) represented in both genders is underway at the Leduc Curling Club in Leduc Alberta, running concurrently with the 2019 Home Hardware Canada Cup, which begins on Wednesday in the Sobeys Arena, also in the Leduc Recreation Centre.

Going into the 2 pm Tuesday draw (all times Mountain) which both Island teams have off, the PEI women, skipped by Melissa Morrow out of the Silver Fox, are 1-1 win-loss, while the men, captained by Dennis Watts of the Charlottetown Curling Club, are 0-2. 

Left to right:  Melissa Morrow (skip), Darcee Birch (3rd), Jamie Newson (Coach),  Lindsey Spencer (2nd), Miranda Ellis (lead)

Morrow, along with Darcee Birch, Lindsey Spencer, and Miranda Ellis, got off to a strong start, with a 12-1 decision against the Northwest Territories, in a game that went to handshakes after PEI stole 4 in the sixth end. PEI lost their second match 7-4 to Alberta in a game that was close except for the 5th end, where the Westerners picked up 4.

Left to right: Dennis Watts (skip), Erik Brodersen (3rd), Andrew MacDougall (2nd), Doug MacGregor (lead)

The PEI men’s team, which also includes Erik Broderson, Andrew MacDougall, and Doug MacGregor, lost a close opener against Quebec by an 8-7 score. The Island squad stole a deuce in the final end, but needed a triple for the tie.  PEI lost their second game 7-2 against Manitoba.

PEI women take on BC in the evening draw, while the Island men play Nova Scotia.

The 14 men’s and 14 women’s teams are split into two seven-team round-robin pools.

Here is the remainder of the round-robin draw schedule (all times Mountain)

After the single round-robin competition, the top three teams in each pool will make the modified double-knockout playoffs, which begin Friday, Nov. 29, at 9 a.m. (all times Mountain). 

The championship semifinals are scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 30, at 9 a.m., and the semifinal winners will play for gold, and the losers will play for bronze, Saturday, Nov. 30, at 2 p.m. 

Selected games from the 2019 Canadian Curling Club Championships will be live-streamed at

Scores and standings from the event will be available at

(With info from Curling Canada)

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