The Board of Directors for the Charlottetown Curling Club are excited to invite current and former members, greater capital region residents, and those who would like to try the sport, to a free, fun day of curling on Sunday, April 2, 2023.
The second annual funspiel will take place from 10 am to 5 pm at the Cornwall Curling Club, 29 Cornwall Road. The event will provide an opportunity to enjoy a game or two of curling, catch up with members they may not have seen for a while, and meet new people.
All are welcome to participate. To sign up as a team or individual entry, email Jackie Reid at [email protected]
The Charlottetown Curling Club held its annual general membership meeting in January 2023, where the Board of Directors provided an update and unveiled its vision for a new curling facility for the capital region in Stratford.
The PEI Seniors Curling Championships, for curlers in the 50+ age category, came to an early conclusion Saturday evening at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside with defending champions, the Shelly Bradley team from the Cornwall Curling Club and the Philip Gorveatt rink from the Montague Curling Club sweeping their respective divisions, going undefeated and winning the events.
2023 PEI Senior Women’s Champions (L-R) Shelly Bradley, Susan McInnis, Tricia MacGregor, Julie Scales
2023 PEI Senior Men’s Champions (L-R) Philip Gorveatt, Kevin Champion, Sean Ledgerwood, Mike Dillon
Team Bradley played Darlene London’s foursome from the Montague Curling Club in a best of five.
The Ferguson-Logan Montague Funeral Home PEI Stick Curling Championships wrapped up on Thursday at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex – the Barry Craswell and Roy Coffin team from the Cornwall Curling Club won the Open Division (any combination of male and/or female curlers), and, also from the Cornwall Curling Club, the Elaine Hughes and Etta Reid captured the Women’s Division title.
The Craswell/Coffin team beat the defending champions, from the Maple Leaf Curling Club, Clair Sweet and Bob Matheson 6-4 in the final game while the Hughes/Reid duo won 7-0 against Audrey Callaghan and Anne Barwise from the Maple Leaf Curling Club.
2023 PEI Open Stick Curling Champions (L-R) Roy Coffin & Barry Craswell
The Jenny and Edward White team from Summerside Curling Club won the PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, defeating Robyn and Philip MacDonald from the host Montague Curling Club last Sunday in a winner-take-all final game.
2023 PEI Mixed Doubles Champions (L-R) Edward & Jenny White
Three teams competed on playoff Sunday. The MacDonald team defeated the sibling duo, Lauren and Alex MacFadyen from the Summerside Curling Club in the semi-final by a score of 9-5 to advance to the final game against the White’s.
2023 PEI Mixed Doubles Finalist (L-R) Philip & Robyn MacDonald
This is the third PEI Mixed Doubles title for the White’s. They will now advance to the 2023 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship March 21-26 in Sudbury, ON.
There will be three teams competing in the 2023 PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championships on Sunday afternoon at the Montague Curling Club.
Play started Thursday with 13 teams competing in the modified triple knockout with a two game playoff. The husband and wife duo from the Summerside Curling Club, Edward and Jenny White who played in two of the three Qualifier games has earned the bye to the 5pm final. The A and C Qualifier winners, Lauren and Alex MacFadyen, siblings from the Summerside Curling Club and the husband and wife team of Philip and Robyn MacDonald from the Montague Curling Club will face each other at 1:30pm, with the winner advancing to the 5pm final against the White team.
The Tyler Smith rink from the Crapaud Community Curling Club beat Summerside’s, Darren Higgins foursome by a 9-5 score Sunday morning to win the PEI Tankard Curling Championship held at the Crapaud Club in conjunction with the PEI Scotties. The Scotties was won by the Suzanne Birt rink on Saturday.
2023 PEI Tankard Champions (L-R) Tyler Smith, Adam Cocks, Alex MacFadyen, Edward White
The Tyler Smith team includes Adam Cocks at third, Alex MacFadyen at second and lead Edward White.
Smith won two of the three modified triple knockout sections in the event, while Higgins won one, meaning Smith could win the championship by winning either of the two possible final games.
2023 PEI Tankard Finalists (L-R) Darren Higgins, Tim Hockin, Mike Spencer, Alex MacFadyen
The Darren Higgins rink is rounded out with Tim Hockin, Mike Spencer and Alex MacFadyen.
The Smith team will advance to the Tim Horton’s Brier, March 3-12, 2023 at the Budweiser Gardens in London, ON.
The Suzanne Birt rink, from the Cornwall Curling Club, controlled the C section final of the PEI Scotties against the Darlene London team from the Montague Curling Club in front of a crowd on Saturday evening at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. Team Birt won the A and B events on Thursday and Friday respectively, under the rules a championship round is not required when a team wins all three sections of the modified triple-knockout draw.
PEI 2023 Scotties Champions (L-R) Suzanne Birt, Marie Christianson, Michelle Shea, Meaghan Hughes, Sinead Dolan
Birt is backed up by Marie Christianson (calls the game, throws third), Michelle Shea (second), Meaghan Hughes (lead), Sinead Dolan (alternate) and coached by Danny Christianson.
Finalists in this event is the Melissa Morrow rink from the Summerside Curling Club. While team Morrow was not playing in the C section final, they played in the A and B section finals, making them this year’s Finalists. Other members of the Melissa Morrow team include Darcee Birch, Lindsey Cameron, Miranda Ellis and coach, Jamie Newson.
The Birt foursome will now advance to the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, February 17-26 at the Sandman Centre in Kamloops, BC.
The PEI Tankard, held concurrently at the same venue, will wrap up Sunday at 9am or 2pm. Tyler Smith and Darren Higgins are in the championship round, the event will be over if Tyler Smith wins either game.
The 2023 PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts Women’s Curling Championship will take place at the Crapaud Community Curling Club from January 26-29, with four teams competing. The PEI Men’s Tankard will take place concurrently at the same venue.
There is no admission charge to watch the event however 50/50 draws will be held with the proceeds going towards the capital fundraiser to Paint the Building (Crapaud Community Curling Club).
Defending champions the Suzanne Birt rink, curling out of Cornwall Curling Club, are back looking to defend their title. Team Birt will be competing against clubmates the Rachel MacLean rink, the Melissa Morrow foursome from the Summerside Curling Club, and the Darlene London team from the Montague Curling Club.
Teams will be playing a modified triple knockout with Birt being seeded 1st based on their Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) points. Draws go at 9 am and 7 pm on the 26th & 27th; 2 pm and 7 pm on the 28th; and the Championship Round (not needed if a team wins all three draw sections) goes Sunday the 29th at 9 am and, if needed, 2 pm.
The winning team will advance to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts February 17-26 at the Sandman Centre in Kamloops, BC.
The 2023 PEI Men’s Tankard Curling Championship will take place at the Crapaud Community Curling Club from January 25-29, with eleven teams competing. The PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts will take place concurrently at the same venue.
There is no admission charge to watch the event however 50/50 draws will be held with the proceeds going towards the capital fundraiser to Paint the Building (Crapaud Community Curling Club).
The eleven teams entered will be playing a modified triple knockout. The Adam Casey and Tyler Smith teams have been seeded 1st and 2nd based on their Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) points. Draws go daily at 9 am, 2 and 7 pm from the 25th – 28th, with the Championship Round (not needed if a team wins all three draw sections) going Sunday the 29th at 9 am and, if needed, 2 pm.
The winning team will represent PEI at the 2023 Tim Horton’s Brier, March 3-12, at Budweiser Gardens in London, ON.
The 2023 PEI Masters Curling Championships, with male and female events for curlers age 60 and over , took place from January 18-22 at the Montague Curling Club, with five men’s and three women’s rinks taking part.
2023 Master Women’s Champions (L-R) Shirley Berry, Karen Currie, Gloria Turner, Linda Fairhurst
The Shirley Berry team beat Montague’s Darlene London by a score of 7-3 on Sunday morning to win the PEI Masters Women’s Championship.
The three women’s teams entered played a double round robin, all teams finished 2-2 and all three team advanced to the playoff round. Darlene London (ranked 3rd) played Cornwall’s Sandy Hope in the 2vs3 game Saturday evening and won to advance to play the Shirley Berry (ranked 1) team from Cornwall. The winning Berry team includes Shirley Berry, Karen Currie, Gloria Turner, and Linda Fairhurst while lead Susan Watts, second Sherren MacKinnon, and third Bev Harding round out the Darlene London rink.
2023 PEI Master Men’s Champions (L-R) Peter Rousseau, Phillip McInnis, John Mullin, Garth Cudmore, Edgar Coffin
The Peter Rousseau team from the Cornwall Curling Club beat clubmates the Peter Murdoch team by a score of 4-1 in the first of two possible playoff games, eliminating the need for the second game. This is the first for Rousseau at the PEI Masters Men’s.
2023 PEI MasterMen’s Finalists (L-R) Peter Murdoch, Bill Hope, Dario Zannier (missing, David Murphy)
The five men’s teams entered in the event played a modified triple knockout, with Murdoch winning the A section and Rousseau wining the B and C. As the two teams entered the playoffs on Sunday Rousseau had to be beaten twice while they would take the event by winning either game. The finalist team is made up of (skip to lead) Peter Murdoch, Bill Hope, David Murphy and Dario Zannier while the winning team is comprised of (skip to lead) Peter Rousseau, Phillip McInnis, Garth Cudmore, Edgar Coffin and, alternate, John Mullin.
Both winning teams earn the right to compete at the Canadian Masters at the Thistle-St. Andrew’s Curling Club in Saint John, NB April 2-9, 2023.
The Ella Lenentine team from the Cornwall Curling Club are the PEI Pepsi Junior Women’s Curling Champions, after a 9-2 win over their clubmates the Rachel MacLean foursome Sunday morning in the C Section Final at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. Under the rules, a championship round is not requires when a team wins all three sections of th emodified triple-knockout draw.
Team Lenentine – PEI 2023 Pepsi Junior Champions
This is Lenentine’s third title this season with teammates Makiya Noonan, Kacey Gauthier and Erika Pater along with coach Robbie Lenentine.
Team Easter – PEI 2023 Pepsi Junior Finalists
Finalists in this event is the Madalyn Easter rink from the Summerside Curling Club. While team Easter was not playing in the C Section Final they played in the A and B Section Finals, making them this year’s Finalists. Other members of the Madalyn Easter team include Reid Hart, Kenna Warnell and Brooke Lewis as well as coach, Shelley MacFadyen.
The Mitchell Schut team from the Cornwall Curling Club became a threepeat PEI Pepsi Junior Men’s Champions on Sunday morning at the Crapaud Community Curling Club after winning again the Brayden Snow rink. Like the girl’s division, the championship round was not required.
Team Schut – PEI 2023 Pepsi Junior Champions
The Schut team is made up of Mitchell, Chase MacMillan, Cruz Pineau and Liam Kelly along with coach, Pat Quilty.
Team Snow – PEI 2023 Pepsi Junior Finalists
The PEI U18 and Canada Games representative, the Brayden Snow rink is also the Pepsi Junior Men’s Finalists. Brayden’s team is rounded out with Jack MacFadyen, Davis Nicholson, Liam Barbrick and coach David MacFadyen.
Team Lenentine and Schut will advance to the 2023 New Holland Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships in Rouyn-Noranda, Que.
At the closing ceremonies for the Pepsi Provincial Junior Curling Championships on Sunday, the Asham Coaching awards, as voted on by coaches and officials, were handed out, with Dennis Watts, coach of the winning junior men’s team from Cornwall skipped Isaiah Dalton, receiving the award for Junior men’s rinks, and Tammy Dewar, coach of the Sydney Carver team from Montague receiving the junior women’s teams award.
Center: Tammy Dewar, Recipient of the PEI 2023 U21 Asham Coach Award
Also handed out were the sportsmanship awards, voted on by the curlers in the event. Reid Hart, third of the junior women’s finalist rink from Summerside, and Brock Rochford, skip on the Rochford rink also from Summerside were the recipients.
Reid Hart – PEI 2023 U21 Sportsmanship Award Recipient
Borck Rochford – PEI 2023 U21 Sportsmanship Award Recipient
The “C” finals of the modified triple knockout draw are set for 9 am Sunday at the PEI Pepsi Junior Curling Championships, and the “A” and “B” section winners Ella Lenentine and Mitchell Schut, both from the Cornwall Curling Club, … Continue reading →
Due to the current weather conditions, Curl PEI has decided to delay the A section qualifier at the Crapaud Community Curling Club on Friday, January 13 to 6:00pm. This will impact the remainder of the event. Here are the new … Continue reading →
Two draws are in the books following opening day on Thursday at the PEI Pepsi Junior Curling Championships in Crapaud, with the finalists determined for the 6:00pm (new game time) Friday “A” section qualifier games to pick the first junior … Continue reading →
The Foxy Lady bonspiel sponsored by Cavendish Farms is being hosted by the Summerside Curling Club January 27 & 28, 2023. Black & White is this year’s theme. Entry fee of $300 per team includes lunch and dancing in lounge … Continue reading →
The 2023 PEI U18 Curling Championships wrapped up on Thursday afternoon at the Cornwall Curling Club. The Ella Lenentine rink, the defending champions, from the Cornwall Curling Club beat Team Easter from the Summerside Curling Club by a score of … Continue reading →
The PEI U18 Curling Championships wrap up with the Championship Round on Thursday at the Cornwall Curling Club. The three girls teams and an equal number of boys teams signed up played a double round-robin format, with the Ella Lenentine … Continue reading →
The PEI U18 Curling Championships got underway on Tuesday, with 3 girl’s teams and 3 boy’s teams competing. With one round of the double round robin complete the girls division has Team Lenentine undefeated, Team Carver sitting 1-1 and Team … Continue reading →
The PEI Under 18 Curling Championships are set for December 27 – 29 at the Cornwall Curling Club. The three girls teams and an equal number of boys rinks signed up will play a double round-robin format, followed by a … Continue reading →
We are very excited to announce that The Pictou County Wellness Centre will play host to the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling BOOST National from November 7-12, 2023. The Boost National features the top 16 men’s teams and 16 elite … Continue reading →
The team of Judy MacIsaac and Bob Matheson from the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary beat Bernie & Paul Field from the Cornwall Curling Club by a 6-4 score in the Thursday afternoon final to win the Morley Annear … Continue reading →
For Birt, and her team of Marie Christianson, Meaghan Hughes and Michelle McQuaid won 5-4 over Marlee Powers of Halifax Friday evening to sit at the top of the standings. Birt, who defeated Lynn-Anne Brousseau of Montague 9-1 in the … Continue reading →
The playoffs are set for Thursday at the Morley Annear Ltd. PEI Mixed Stick Curling Championship at the Crapaud Community Curling Club with the teams of Bernie & Paul Field and Myrna Sanderson & John Dunsford advancing directly to the … Continue reading →
The Curl PEI Board of Directors have established some committees to assist with communications, programming and events. Committees will focus on their specific area; will make recommendations to the Board; and may help operationalize some projects. All committees have Board … Continue reading →
The second Morley Annear Ltd. PEI Mixed Stick Curling Championship is set to begin on Tuesday at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. Twelve teams from five PEI curling facilities have signed up, including last year’s winners Janette Fraser & Carl … Continue reading →
The PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trial wrapped up on Sunday afternoon at the Montague Curling Club. In semi-final play, Ella Lenentine/Mitchell Schut beat the Sydney Howatt/Liam Kelly team 10-5. Rachel MacLean/Chase MacMillan were undefeated in round robin play and … Continue reading →
There will be three teams competing in the PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trial playoff round on Sunday at the Montague Curling Club. The five teams in the event played a round robin format with the Rachel MacLean/Chase MacMillan team … Continue reading →
The PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trial got underway Friday at the Montague Curling Club. The event has 5 teams registered and is playing a round robin with three teams advancing to the playoff. The winner of the event earns … Continue reading →
The PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trials start tomorrow and run through until Sunday, November 27 at the Montague Curling Club. The five teams registered will play a round-robin format, with the top three teams advancing to the playoff round. … Continue reading →
Mark it on your calendars! Join the Curling Day in Canada celebration on Feb. 25, 2023. Check out the website for all the exciting options to get involved: www.curlingdayincanada.ca #CurlingDayinCanada … Continue reading →
The Curl PEI event registration system is now open for teams to register for all events on the 2022-23 calendar. Please visit https://pe.curling.io/en/competitions to find the list of events. Deadlines coming up this month include: PEI Canada Games Trial (Mixed … Continue reading →
Following a weekend of highs and lows for fans and athletes alike, Sunday brought with it not only unseasonably warm weather, but also the conclusion to the 2023 Canada Games Curling Trials for PEI. In game 2 of the women’s … Continue reading →
Day 3 of the PEI Canada Games Curling Trials brought heartache and joy as we moved closer to crowning our winners and 2023 Canada Games Curling representatives for PEI. The day began with a tie breaker match in the girl’s … Continue reading →
After a hard fought day two at the PEI Canada Games Trials at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside, we our ready for our playoff round this weekend. In the Boy’s division Team Snow and Team Rochford both finish … Continue reading →
The PEI Canada Games Trials will take place November 3-6 at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside. The three girls teams and equal number of boys teams registered will play a double round-robin format, followed by a best of … Continue reading →
The Crapaud Curling Club will be holding elections for all executive positions and 2-4 members at large at a meeting on Friday, October 21 at 7pm. Board members and volunteers are needed in order for the Club to continue operations. … Continue reading →
Here are the approved dates and locations for Curl PEI Provincial Curling Championships and Events for the 2022-2023 season. Please note that start and end dates may vary slightly depending on signup numbers. Registration sites will be open next week. … Continue reading →
Reminder: the following event registration deadlines are January 5, 2022: PEI Canada Games Trials Location: Silver Fox Entertainment Complex Dates: Feb. 2-6, 2022 Entry Fee: $180/team Register here PEI Seniors Curling Championships Location: Montague Curling Club Dates: Feb. 16-20, … Continue reading →
Just a few reminders this morning of programsand deadlines coming up: Junior Warm Up Days – If you have a team interested in participating this Saturday please register by noon on Wednesday, Nov. 26. We currently have 5 teams registered … Continue reading →
Curl PEI has been accepted to participate in a new initiative between Sport PEI and Synergy Fitness and Nutrition, the Sport Performance Training Program: Training for the Future. This Sport Performance Training Program will provide an integrated system of service … Continue reading →
The upcoming NCCP Multi Sport Modules schedule can be found here. Here is the 2014/15 NCCP course schedule and fees for the curling specific workshops: Club Coach Youth Sunday, November 30, 2014 9am-5pm LF – David MacRae Montague Curling Club … Continue reading →
Full 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 … Continue reading →
The Curl Atlantic Championship happens this weekend, September 11-14. This is the premiere annual curling event for the region. The highly competitive event is comprised of eight men’s teams, eight women’s teams and eight Canada Games teams with the men’s … Continue reading →
Curl PEI would like to increase the number of qualified Master Learning Facilitators (MLFs) on PEI. MLFs are responsible for the delivery of National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) workshops to train Learning Facilitators (who then train the coaches). Curl PEI … Continue reading →
With the 2013/14 curling season coming to a close on PEI, Curl PEI is calling for award nominations. The annual awards recognize the accomplishments of curlers and volunteers within our sport during the most recent season. There are nine awards … Continue reading →
The Canadian Curling Association is excited about our first ever National Curling Summit to be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario, August 25-27, 2014. The Summit guarantees to bring together people from all over the world with a passion for our … Continue reading →
Full time UPEI Students who are interested in competing at the Atlantic Curling Championship in Fredericton, NB January 3-5, 2014 please contact Curl PEI by November 8th, 2013. If more than one team is interested, a play down will … Continue reading →
Curl PEI is looking for an Event Coordinator for the 2013-2014 season. The position will start in December and will end at the Annual General Meeting in May. For more information please call Amy Duncan at 902-368-4208. Deadline for applications … Continue reading →
Curl PEI is pleased to announce Veronica Smith will be our volunteer coordinator for this year’s Sports Day in Canada. Sports Day in Canada, presented by ParticipACTION, CBC and True Sport, will be held this year on Saturday, November 30 … Continue reading →
Coaching PEI has released the NCCP Multi-Sport Course Schedule for 2013-2014. Please remember to pre-register as organizers require a minimum of six (6) participants to deliver a module. NCCP Course Schedule Spring 2013 (pdf version) … Continue reading →
The winning 50/50 number from the Curl Atlantic Championship is 44023. Please contact Helen Radford at [email protected] or 902-497-6655 if you have the winning ticket. Thank you for your support! … Continue reading →
Are you looking for some more game time? Why not try the PEI Junior Fall League? Open to U21 Teams – Men, Women, or Mixed – One Division – (efforts will be made to have similar ages competing) 2 x … Continue reading →
Level 3 Technical is aimed at teaching fundamental principles applicable to coaching high performance athletes. The objectives of Level 3 are to develop a high level of technical expertise necessary to advance skills. Level 3 Curling deals with coaching a … Continue reading →
In order to meet the goals of having as many teams benefit from the Canada Games process and preparing our curlers and coaches for the upcoming CWG competition, the committee has decided to offer all interested teams a CWG Team … Continue reading →
The trustees of the Joyce Myers Trust Fund, established under Curl Atlantic from profits from the 2003 Brier and the 2005 Roar of the Rings curling events in Atlantic Canada, has announced the 2013 recipients of its Student/Athlete Scholarships and … Continue reading →
The Curl PEI – Canada Winter Games Committee is looking to identify all teams that are interested in competing for a spot to represent PEI at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, BC. There are a number of … Continue reading →
The PEI Multi-Sport Course Calendar is available. Please find the full schedule here: NCCP Course Schedule Spring 2013. The Competition Development modules are being offered in June for anyone who still needs any (or all) to become certified Level 3. … Continue reading →
**Ice Tech Training Opportunity** There is a Level 3 Ice Technicians Course being organized in Sudbury, Ontario for late June. The session will require a minimum of 16 ice techs to proceed. Currently, organizers are trying to gauge the level … Continue reading →
CCA National Coaches Jim Waite, Kyle Paquette and Helen Radford will be hosting a Mixed Doubles High Performance camp at the new Grant-Harvey Centre, host of the World Mixed Doubles and Senior World Championships. Where: Fredericton, NB When: April 20-21, … Continue reading →
ParaSport and Recreation PEI, Curl Atlantic, Curl PEI, and the Town of Cornwall are hosting a Learn to Curl Clinic, for persons with a physical disability, on Sunday, March 3 from 2:00-5:00 pm at the Cornwall Curling Club. This free … Continue reading →
We are live on TSN at the Scotties in Kingston. Call us now at 1.866.210.6011. Answering phones are Sandra’s teammates – Jan Betker, Joan McCusker and Marcia Gudereit as well as World Champions – Marilyn Bodough, Cathy Overton-Clapham and Lindsay … Continue reading →
All entries must be made online at peicurling.com. Payment can be made online or by cheque and must reach Curl PEI within a week after the entry date. Curl PEI Mixed – Deadline February 1st The Montague Curling Club is … Continue reading →
Curl PEI is wants to know who is interested in playing off to go to the Mixed Doubles Curling Trials. Curl PEI is allowed one (1) entry but we must confirm our interest by December 31, 2012. If we have … Continue reading →
The Crapaud Community Curling Club are hosting a Junior Mini Cashspiel, Dec. 14 and 15. Entry Fee: $100.00 per team for the weekend. 3 games are guaranteed – one on Friday, and two on Saturday. Teams will receive a payout of … Continue reading →