Savill rink wins PEI U13 Open Ch’ship, with win over Myers team in the final

The four-team PEI U13 Open (any combination of male and/or female players) Curling Championship wrapped up Sunday afternoon at the Montague Curling Club, with Cornwall’s Aiden Savill rink winning the championship game, 9-1 over their clubmates, the Grace Myers team. Both teams finished round-robin play with 2-1 win-loss records to advance to the final, while the Mary Jane Gavin-Shea team from the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary, and Cornwall’s Kolin Beaton team finished with 1-2 win-loss records.

Winning Savill team (L/-R): Aiden Savill (skip), Veronica Pater (3rd), Sophie Gallant (2nd), Oliver MacEwen (lead), coach Craig Savill

Myers Finalist rink (L-R): Grace Myers (skip), Greta Edgett-Gallant (3rd), Norah MacKinnon (2nd), Lily Whalley (lead), coach Darren Gallant.

Shaun MacArthur, coach of  Team Beaton, won the coaching award while Mary-Jane Gavin-Shea was the recipient of the sportsmanship award.

Complete end by-end results are available at:!/competitions/7381

Team Rosters

Team Beaton

Cornwall Curling Club

Skip: Kolin Beaton
Third: Owen Milton
Second: Lucy MacArthur
Lead: Skyla LaPointe

Team Gavin-Shea

Maple Leaf Curling Club, O’Leary

Skip: Mary Jane Gavin-Shea
Third: Landon Smith
Second: Preston Barlow
Lead: Aidan Rennie
Alternate: Layney Smith

Team Myers

Cornwall Curling Club

Skip: Grace Myers
Third: Greta Edgett-Gallant
Second: Norah MacKinnon
Lead: Lily Whalley

Team Savill

Cornwall Curling Club

Skip: Aiden Savill
Third: Veronica Pater
Second: Oliver MacEwen
Lead: Sophie Gallant

Draw and Schedule

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Date Time Draw Ice 1 Ice 2  Ice 3 Ice 4
March 5 12 noon
(delayed start)
1 1-Myers v 2-Beaton 3-Savill v 4-Gavin-Shea    
3:00 PM
  Hit, Draw, Tap
3:30 pm 2     2-Beaton v 4-Gavin-Shea 1-Myers v 3-Savill
March 6 10:30 am 3 1-Myers v 4-Gavin-Shea 2-Beaton v 3-Savill    
2 pm 4     Championship Game  
1 Myers   There will be one pool.  The pool will play a round-robin.
2 Beaton There will be no tie-breakers played for placement.
3 Savill Placement for final positions will be determined first by win/loss, then head to head between tied teams, then cumulative Last Stone Delivery (draw to the button) and finally by Hit, Draw, Tap points.
4 Gavin-Shea   The top two teams will advance to the championship game.


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