Charlottetown curler Brett Gallant prepares to realize his Olympic dream (SaltWire)

(by Dave Stewart)

Brett Gallant says he can’t wait to wear the Maple Leaf for Canada at the Beijing Olympic Winter Games.

The Charlottetown curler is currently training with his team, the Brad Gushue rink, in Vancouver, B.C., before heading to China on Feb. 4.

The Gushue foursome plays its first game on Feb. 9 against Denmark.

Brett Gallant practises at a Vancouver-area curling club. He and his teammates on the Brad Gushue rink are currently training in Vancouver as they prepare to represent Canada at the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games. – Contributed

“This is a dream come true,” Gallant told SaltWire Network in a recent phone interview. “I can’t wait for that moment when I put the Maple Leaf on. The work and the effort and the sacrifices you make as an athlete over the course of a number of years, it’s pretty special. I’m pretty proud to represent our country on this stage.”

This will be Gallant’s first step into the Olympic spotlight.

The team has rented a house in Vancouver and is only travelling to and from a nearby curling rink to try to avoid COVID-19. The choice of training in Vancouver was also made to shorten the trip to Beijing.

The rink had spent a month training in St. John’s, N.L., after beating Brad Jacobs in the final of the men’s Olympic trials on Nov. 28.


“This is a dream come true. I can’t wait for that moment when I put the Maple Leaf on. The work and the effort and the sacrifices you make as an athlete over the course of a number of years, it’s pretty special. I’m pretty proud to represent our country on this stage.”

– Brett Gallant


Following the Olympic trials, Gallant’s fiancée, Jocelyn Peterman, also travelled to St. John’s to spend the holidays together. Peterman, who throws second for the Canadian women’s Olympic champion rink, is now in Toronto training with her team.

Gallant said his teammates spent the break isolating with their families, only travelling to the rink to stay in shape.

Calling the game

Bruce Rainnie, the former CBC Compass anchor in Charlottetown, will be calling the curling games for the national broadcaster and believes the Gushue rink is the team to beat on the men’s side.

“I think they are in the enviable position of, if they play their best, I think they win,” Rainnie told SaltWire Network on Jan. 17. “That’s not to denigrate any other teams in the field …, but I still believe if that Gushue team is firing on all cylinders …they kind of control their own destiny. If they’re on, I do believe they’re still the best in the world.”

Click for full story at SaltWire Network:  https://www.saltwire.com/prince-edward-island/news/charlottetown-curler-brett-gallant-prepares-to-realizes-his-olympic-dream-100683105/

Scotties Draw Announced (Curling Canada)

A modified 18-team draw is ready to go for the 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Thunder Bay, Ont., it was announced today by Curling Canada.

The event will operate under the Province of Ontario’s current public health measures, which allow for sporting activities for select professional and elite amateur sport leagues to operate via an approved framework from the Office of the Chief Medical Officer.

“With the advancement of the new Omicron variant we wanted to ensure Curling Canada set up the most effective health protocols possible to keep all participants at the 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts safe,” said Curling Canada CEO Katherine Henderson. “We thank our partners in Ontario Health and the local health authority in Thunder Bay for helping us put together a plan to make this event a success.”

Part of the framework includes no fans or media inside Fort William Gardens and only allowing entrance to players, coaches, officials and essential operational staff/volunteers. 

Curling Canada will contact current ticket holders and provide a refund in full. Customers should not contact the box office at the venue.

In response to the Province of Ontario’s announcement that 500 fans will be permitted in sports venues starting Jan. 31, Curling Canada will initiate communication with stakeholders about the possibility of a modified ticket plan for the final three days of the event. Curling Canada is erring on the side of caution and will not admit fans into the building during the round robin even though public health guidelines allow it.  We thank all curling fans for their patience and understanding as we manage this complex process as efficiently as possible.

TSN/RDS, the official broadcaster of Curling Canada’s Season of Champions, will be in the venue and provide full television coverage of the event.

The 2022 edition of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts will feature an updated format that brings back the Page playoff system.

The event will feature 18 teams split into two pools of nine, seeded based on their final standing on the Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) as of Jan. 10, 2022, and play a complete eight-game round-robin. 

From there, the top three teams in each pool (instead of the top four) advance to an expanded playoff field. The second and third-ranked teams in each pool crossover to play in Page playoff qualifier games on Friday at 1 p.m. (all times ET). The winners advance to play the winners of Pool A and Pool B on Friday at 7 p.m. The winners of those games go to the Page 1v2 game, while the losers will compete in the Page 3v4 game.

From there, the standard Page playoffs commence with the winner of the Page 1v2 game on Saturday at 7 p.m., advancing directly to the final, and the loser plays the winner of the Page 3v4 game (scheduled for 2 p.m. on Saturday) in the semifinal. 

The semifinal (Sunday at Noon) winner takes on the winner of the Page 1v2 game in the final at 7 p.m. on Sunday. The winner will represent Canada at the 2022 OK Tire & BKT Tires World Women’s Curling Championship in Prince George, B.C., from March 19-27.

If necessary, only one tiebreaker game will be scheduled for Friday at 9 a.m. for third-place only. If there is a tie between more than two teams for the spot, teams will be eliminated by head-to-head record first and then by accumulated last stone draw to determine the two teams that will play in the tiebreaker game. Tiebreaker games will only be played if teams have a better than .500 record (5-3 or better).

The format at the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, will be the same.

Here’s a look at how the two pools are set up:

Pool A

1. Team Wild Card 1, Tracy Fleury (Selena Njegovan, Liz Fyfe, Kristin MacCuish, Robyn Njegovan, Sherry Middaugh; East St. Paul, Man.)

4. Team Wild Card 2, Chelsea Carey (Jolene Campbell, Stephanie Schmidt, Jennifer Armstrong, Rachel Erickson, Colin Hodgson; Regina)

5. Team Wild Card 3, Rachel Homan (NOTE – Homan will not be participating due to mixed doubles commitment at 2022 Olympic Winter Games; Emma Miskew to skip; Sarah Wilkes, Alli Flaxey, Joanne Courtney, Lynn Kreviazuk, Marcel Rocque; Ottawa)

8. Saskatchewan, Penny Barker (Christie Gamble, Jenna Enge, Danielle Sicinski, Amber Holland, Mark Lang; Moose Jaw, Sask.)

9. Northern Ontario, Krista McCarville (Kendra Lilly, Ashley Sippala, Sarah Potts, Jen Gates, Rick Lang; Thunder Bay, Ont.)

12. New Brunswick, Andrea Crawford (Andrea Crawford, Sylvie Quillian, Jill Babin, Katie Foward, Daryell Nowlan; Fredericton)

13. Prince Edward Island, Suzanne Birt (Marie Christianson, Meaghan Hughes, Michelle McQuaid, Kathy O’Rourke; Montague & Cornwall)

16. Newfoundland & Labrador, Sarah Hill (Kelli Sharpe, Beth Hamilton, Adrienne Mercer, Laura Phillips; St. John’s)

17. Nunavut, Brigitte MacPhail (Sadie Pinksen, Kaitlin MacDonald, Alison Taylor, Donalda Mattie; Iqaluit)

Pool B

2. Alberta, Laura Walker (Kate Cameron, Taylor McDonald, Nadine Scotland, Dana Ferguson, Shannon Pynn; Edmonton)

3. Team Canada, Kerri Einarson (Val Sweeting, Shannon Birchard, Briane Meilleur, Krysten Karwacki, Reid Carruthers; Gimli, Man.)

6. Manitoba, Mackenzie Zacharias (Karlee Burgess, Emily Zacharias, Lauren Lenentine, Lori Olson-Johns, Sheldon Zacharias; Altona)

7. Ontario, Hollie Duncan (Megan Balsdon, Rachelle Strybosch, Tess Bobbie, Julie Tippin, Barry Westman; Woodstock)

10. Northwest Territories, Kerry Galusha, lead stones, (Jo-Ann Rizzo, Sarah Koltun, Margot Flemming, Megan Koehler, Shona Barbour; Yellowknife)

11. Nova Scotia, Christina Black (Jenn Baxter, Karlee Everist, Shelley Barker, Carole MacLean, Stuart MacLean; Dartmouth)

14. British Columbia, Mary-Anne Arsenault (Jeanna Schraeder, Sasha Carter, Renee Simons, Morgan Muise, Gerry Richard; Kelowna)

15. Quebec, Laurie St-Georges (Hailey Armstrong, Emily Riley, Cynthia St-Georges, Alanna Routledge, Michel St-Georges; Glenmore & Laval-sur-le-Lac, Que.)

18. Yukon, Hailey Birnie (Patty Wallingham, Kerry Campbell, Kim Tuor, Stephanie Brown, Bill Tschirhart; Whitehorse)

For the entire 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts schedule, click here.

Click to read this story at Curling Canada: https://www.curling.ca/blog/2022/01/20/scotties-draw-announced/

Curling Day in Canada: Deadline for 2 contests is Sunday (Curling Canada)

This Sunday, January 23, 2022, marks the submission deadline for two Curling Day in Canada contests. Click the links for more info.

2023 CDIC Festival Contest – for the opportunity to be selected as the host community for the Curling Day in Canada festival!

https://www.curlingdayincanada.ca/2023-curling-day-in-canada-festival/

https://www.curlingdayincanada.ca/festival-de-la-journee-du-curling-au-canada-2023/?lang=fr

Application forms  to be submitted to curlingday@curling.ca by 11:59 PM ET Sunday, Jan. 23

Story Contest – for the chance to win a 2023 Tim Hortons Brier championship weekend package!

https://www.curlingdayincanada.ca/curling-story-contest/

https://www.curlingdayincanada.ca/concours-dhistoires-personnelles/?lang=fr

 

 

Montague Curling Club loses second big tourney due to Covid (E. Graphic)

(by Josh Lewis)

The Montague Curling Club has now lost both major provincial events it was slated to host this month.

Curl PEI announced the cancellation of the Tankard men’s championship on Friday, citing the extension of government Covid measures.

The top PEI men’s team on the Canadian Team Ranking System this year, skipped by Tyler Smith, has been invited to represent the province at the Brier in Lethbridge, Alberta from March 4 to 13.

That team features Montague’s Ryan Lowery at lead. Smith and Lowery curled for PEI at last year’s Brier on a team skipped by Eddie MacKenzie and have been teammates for years going back to junior.

Click to read full story in the Eastern Graphic: https://www.peicanada.com/eastern_graphic/montague-curling-club-loses-second-big-tourney-due-to-covid/article_a55611a2-7867-11ec-94dd-dfb2c7e24731.html

Saturday U16 Development League at Cornwall: Updated Schedule (no curling this week)

(File photo — pre-COVID)
 
Due to the current guidance from CPHO and the “sports pause”, there will be no U16 Development League draw this Saturday, January 22nd at the Cornwall Curling Club. This league is open to teams from all PEI curling facilities.
 
The U16 Development League schedule has been amended and now has two doubleheaders planned:
 
February 12th: Morning Session = regularly scheduled games. Afternoon Session = make-up games for the Dec. 18th league day.
 
March 26th: Morning Session = regularly scheduled games. Afternoon Session = make-up games for the January 22nd league day.
 
If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to us at cornwallcurling@eastlink.ca and we will pass your inquiry onto Robbie Lenentine, U16 League Chair and Drawmaster.
 
Here is the updated draw and schedule (drag to see entire table on narrow touchscreens). This draw will also be available in the Juniors section of our website. Sheet allocations may vary from this schedule.
  Sheet 1 Sheet 2 Sheet 3 Sheet 4
November 6,
2021 at 9:30 am
MacEwen vs. Easter Myers vs. N. Shaw Carver vs. Lenentine Dalton vs. Gallant
November 27,
2021 at 10:00 am
Myers vs. Carver MacEwen vs. Lenentine Gallant vs. N. Shaw Easter vs. Dalton
December 11,
2021 at 10:00 am
Easter vs. S. Gallant Lenentine vs. N. Shaw MacEwen vs. Carver Myers vs. Dalton
December 18,
2021 at 10:00 am
(resched.)
Dalton vs. Lenentine Carver vs. N. Shaw Easter vs. Myers MacEwen vs. Gallant
January 22,
2022 at 10:00 am
(resched.)
MacEwen vs. Myers Easter vs. Carver Dalton vs. N. Shaw Gallant vs. Lenentine
February 12, 2022 at 10:00 am Carver vs. Dalton MacEwen vs. N. Shaw Easter vs. Lenentine Myers vs. Gallant
February 12, 2022 at 12:30 pm Dalton vs. Lenentine Carver vs. N. Shaw Easter vs. Myers MacEwen vs. Gallant
March 26,
2022 at 10:00 am
Myers vs. Lenentine Easter vs. N. Shaw MacEwen vs. Dalton Carver vs. Gallant
March 26,
2022 at 12:30 pm
MacEwen vs. Myers Easter vs. Carver Dalton vs. N. Shaw Gallant vs. Lenentine

Entry deadline reminder: PEI Mixed deadline is Wed. Jan. 19

 

 

This is a reminder that the deadline to register for the 2022 Provincial Mixed Curling Championship is Wednesday, January 19.

Enter at: https://pe.curling.io/en/events/11400-2022-pei-mixed-curling-championship.

Event details

Location: Crapaud CC

Date: March 2-6, 2022

Entry Deadline: January 19, 2022

Entry Fee: $292 (total $392)

National Event: November 6-12, 2022

Prev. Event website:
PEICurling.com/mixed20202021

Stick Curling Ch’ships deadline extended until Jan. 23

The entry deadline for the Provincial Stick Curling Championships, sponsored by the Ferguson-Logan Montague Funeral Home, has been extended to Sunday, January 23.  You can register online here: https://pe.curling.io/en/events/11385-2022-pei-stick-curling-championships.

Ferguson FH

Event details:

Location: Crapaud CC

Date: February 8-10, 2022

Entry Deadline: January 23, 2022

Entry Fee: $75 per 2-person team

National Event: April 2022

Prev. Event website : peicurling.com/stick20202021

Stick Curling PEI Logo

2022 PEI 55+ Winter Games Cancelled

Planning for the 2022 Cornwall Winter Games began in the fall of 2021. The host committee and 55+ Games Society board were both optimistic that this event would be the return of 55+ Games events in PEI. Unfortunately, due to the presence of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, cases in the province have sky rocketed. Due to this surge in cases, the committee and board were faced with once again making the call to cancel the 55+ Games. With this cancellation, the 55+ Games Society along with the host communities have had to cancel a total of 4 Games, one in 2020, two in 2021, and now one in 2022.

The 55+ Games Society board sincerely thanks the host communities, employees, and volunteers who have worked with us to try and put on these events safely. With the uncertainty around COVID-19 and the fact that these events deal with a vulnerable population, it has not been possible to offer our normal programming.

The board will continue to work to keep the PEI 55+ Games Society present in the province and known amongst the 55+ population. Early planning is in the works to have the 2022 Summer Games go in Kensington in September. We are hopeful the 55+ Games will make a return in the near future. Until then, be sure to follow all Public Health guidelines and stay safe!

 

Curl PEI Postpones the 2023 PEI Canada Games Curling Trials

The Canada Games is an amazing opportunity for all athletes and coaches who have the opportunity to attend.  The process to get to a Canada Games is an opportunity in and of itself;  for our future elite curlers to train, develop and spark that interest to be the best they can be.  

With sport being paused in PEI for the past four weeks, the curlers have not had the opportunity to be on the ice to hone their skills.  As the 2023 Canada Games Curling Trials are only weeks away,  the Curl PEI Board of Directors has made the decision to postpone this event to allow the teams time to return to the ice and continue with their development.

The event was scheduled to be held at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex February 2-6, 2022 and was to decide PEI’s two training teams for the 2023 Canada Games.  Curl PEI will evaluate the situation when the current restrictions to sport are lifted.

For further information:

Amy Duncan

Executive Director, Curl PEI

902-368-4208

aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca 

Curl PEI cancels 2022 Tankard PEI Men’s Ch’ship

With the current temporary COVID-19 measures being extended until at least January 24, only days before the 2022 PEI Tankard is scheduled to begin, the Curl PEI Board of Directors, with the safety of the athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers in mind, has made the decision to cancel the Tankard.

The event was scheduled to be held at the Montague Curling Club January 26-30, 2022 and was to decide PEI’s representative for the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier in Lethbridge, AB.

As announced last month, the following process will be followed to determine the Curl PEI representative for the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier:

  1. Curl PEI will invite the PEI team that is leading on the Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) as of December 26, 2021 to represent PEI at the national event.  
  2. If that team is not available, with at least 50% of the original roster, Curl PEI will invite the next highest ranking team and so on.

An announcement of the Curl PEI representative will be made when the process is complete.

Curl PEI will continue to consult with health authorities and partners for the remaining events on the 2021-2022 calendar, and remains hopeful that some championship events can be played safely and responsibly this season.

For further information contact:

Amy Duncan

Executive Director, Curl PEI

902-368-4208

aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca 

 

 

Curl PEI Postpones the 2022 Masters Curling Championships

Although the current temporary COVID-19 measures are scheduled to be lifted on January 17, the Curl PEI Board of Directors have made the decision to postpone the 2022 PEI Masters Curling Championships, for curlers age 60+. Without knowing what restrictions may still be in place next week it was felt this decision was the best option to ensure the safety of the athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers.

The event was scheduled to be held at the Western Community Curling Club January 19-23, 2022.  As there are no immediate time constraints to have this event played right away, Curl PEI will attempt to reschedule the provincial event later in the season.

Curl PEI will continue to consult with health authorities and partners for the remaining events on the 2021-2022 calendar, and remains hopeful that some championship events can be played safely and responsibly.

For further information contact:

Amy Duncan

Executive Director, Curl PEI

902-368-4208

aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca 

 

Pepsi Juniors entry deadline is today

Just a quick reminder that today is the last day to register for the 2022 PEI Pepsi Juniors – https://pe.curling.io/en/events/11399-2022-pei-pepsi-juniors-curling-ch-ships.

Amy Duncan

Executive Director, Curl PEI

Tel: 902-368-4208

Suite 203

40 Enman Crescent

Charlottetown PE C1E 1E6

 

Cornwall Curling Club adds world junior curling champion Lauren Lenentine to facility’s official name (SaltWire Media)

(By Jason Simmonds)

CORNWALL, P.E.I. — The rebranding of the Cornwall Curling Club is now complete, and the new name includes a world champion.

A small ceremony on Jan. 5 featured the unveiling of the Cornwall Curling Club, Home of World Champion Lauren Lenentine.

“It’s really special,” said the 21-year-old daughter of Robbie and Jennifer Lenentine of New Dominion, P.E.I. “I started (curling) here when I was seven. Ever since then, they have been so supportive, and I really appreciate it.”


“It’s really special. I started (curling) here when I was seven. Ever since then, they have been so supportive, and I really appreciate it.”

– Lauren Lenentine


Lenentine is a two-time world junior champion with Team Canada. She joined Nova Scotia’s Kaitlyn Jones rink as the fifth player for the 2018 world championship and played lead on the 2020 world junior championship rink, skipped by Mackenzie Zacharias from Manitoba.

Click to read this story at SaltWire Media: 

https://www.saltwire.com/atlantic-canada/sports/cornwall-curling-club-adds-world-junior-curling-champion-lauren-lenentine-to-facilitys-official-name-100678022/

 

Foxy Lady spiel on Jan. 28-29 cancelled

The new organizers of the Foxy Lady ladies Bonspiel are very sorry that we have to cancel this event, scheduled for Jan 28-29, 2022. The current situation with Covid-19 has made it impossible to hold this event on the scheduled weekend. As soon as they are able to get back to the curling club, they may’ try to see if they can secure another weekend for it, but no decisions have been made yet. They are looking forward to the time when they can host the Maritime ladies again, and guarantee it will be a weekend to remember. Continue reading

Team Birt to represent PEI at the 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Team Birt of the Montague Curling Club has been selected to be Team PEI at the 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts scheduled for January 28 – February 6 in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Curl PEI’s women’s provincial was cancelled last week as team sports were paused in the province in an effort to slow the spread of the Omicron variant. 

(L-R): Suzanne Birt, Marie Christianson, Meaghan Hughes, Michelle McQuaid, Kathy O’Rourke

Team Birt was selected by Curl PEI based on their standing in the Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS).  The team is made up of Skip – Suzanne Birt, Third – Marie Christianson, Second –  Meaghan Hughes, Lead – Michelle McQuaid and Coach/Alternate – Kathy O’Rourke.

For further information contact:

Amy Duncan

Executive Director, Curl PEI

902-368-4208

aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca 

Cornwall honours World Champion Lauren Lenentine!

The Cornwall Curling Club, in conjunction with the Town of Cornwall, unveiled a new sign on Wednesday, designating the Club, housed in the Town’s Civic Centre, as the “Home of World Champion Lauren Lenentine”.   Lauren Lauren and Manitoba’s team … Continue reading

Scotties cancellation blow to Montague Club (E. Graphic)

(By Josh Lewis) The Montague Curling Club was scheduled to host the provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts and the Tankard this month. They’ve now lost one and the other is up in the air. Curl PEI announced December 29 it … Continue reading

Cornwall Cup Stick Tourney Postponed

  The third annual Cornwall Cup Stick Curling event at the Cornwall Curling Club, which had been postponed one week due to Public Health Office restrictions (to January 14-15) is postponed again, due to an extension of those restrictions. The … Continue reading

Curl PEI postpones PEI U18 ch’ships

With the current temporary COVID-19 measures in effect not allowing tournaments in PEI and the announcement from Curling Canada postponing the Canadian U18 Championships, the Curl PEI Board of Directors, with the safety of the athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers … Continue reading

Curling Canada postpones 2022 U-18, cancels inaugural U-23 (Curling Canada)

Ongoing uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic has forced Curling Canada to look for alternate dates and a new location for the 2022 Canadian Under-18 Championships, it was announced today. The 2022 event was to be played Feb. 14-20 in … Continue reading

Cornwall Cup Stick Tourney resched. to Jan. 14-15. Room for 3 more teams.

The third annual Cornwall Cup Stick Curling event at the Cornwall Curling Club has been postponed one week due to current Public Health Office restrictions and is now scheduled for January 14th and 15th. See poster for event details. There … Continue reading

P.E.I.’s Brett Gallant excited to represent Canada at Winter Olympics (CBC PEI)

Charlottetown-born curler Brett Gallant says competing in the Olympics will be a dream come true for him and his fiancée, Jocelyn Peterman, even if COVID-19 protocols will make it difficult for them to see each other. Curling Canada photo Gallant will … Continue reading

P.E.I.’s Katie Shaw representing Canada at world junior curling chships (Saltwire)

(by Jason Simmonds) Katie Shaw’s commitment to the sport of curling has resulted in an opportunity of a lifetime – the chance to represent Canada internationally. Shaw plays the lead position for Northern Ontario’s Isabelle Ladouceur rink, which won the … Continue reading

2022 P.E.I. Scotties Tournament of Hearts cancelled due to COVID-19 (CBC PEI)

Citing recent COVID-19 outbreaks and public health measures not allowing tournaments on the Island, the 2022 P.E.I. Scotties Tournament of Hearts has been cancelled. The annual curling tournament usually takes place in January and decides which team represents P.E.I. at the national … Continue reading

2022 PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts cancelled

With the current temporary COVID-19 measures in effect not allowing tournaments and the widespread community transmission in PEI, the Curl PEI Board of Directors, with the safety of the athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers in mind, has made the decision … Continue reading

Reminder: PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Ch’ship entry deadline is Dec. 29

Reminder: December 29, 2021 is the entry deadline for the 2022 PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship.  Register online at https://pe.curling.io/en/events/11391-2022-pei-mixed-doubles-championship.   Event Details:                 Location: Western Community Curling Club                 Date: February 9-13, 2022                 Entry Fee: $90 per team                 … Continue reading

Peter Gallant is PEI’s latest vip coach from the sport of curling (Sport PEI, PEI Gov’t)

Peter Gallant, coach of South Korea’s Team Kim, has become the latest coach from the sport of curling to achieve vip coaching status.        Peter Gallant (Sport PEI photo) Prince Edward Island’s new vip coaching program encourages coaches … Continue reading

Scotties decision on Dec. 29, Tankard postponed to late Jan., contingency plans in place

 The Curl PEI Board of Directors has consulted with local health authorities, the host club, as well as Curling Canada, and has made the following decisions regarding the 2022 PEI Scotties women’s and Tankard men’s championships: Curl PEI will proceed … Continue reading

David MacFadyen becomes PEI’s 3rd vip coach from the sport of curling (Sport PEI, PEI Gov’t)

David MacFadyen, coach of the Brayden Snow junior team, has become the third coach from the sport of curling to achieve vip coaching status.      David MacFadyen (Sport PEI photo) Prince Edward Island’s new vip coaching program encourages coaches … Continue reading

Team Zacharias with PEI’s Lauren Lenentine wins Manitoba Scotties (CurlingZone)

Altona’s MacKenzie Zacharias is off to her second straight Scotties Tournament of Hearts. after defeating Kristy Watling’s rink from Assiniboine 7-5 in the Championship final at the 2022 Manitoba Scotties in Carberry. Click to read this story by Dylan Chenier … Continue reading

PEI’s Brett Gallant and partner Jocelyn Peterman not in Mixed Doubles Trials due to qualifying in the 4-player Trials (Curling Canada)

Olympic dreams remain intact for 16 mixed doubles teams hoping to win the 2022 Canad Inns Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials later this month. The mixed doubles teams of Chelsea Carey/Colin Hodgson (left) and Laurie St-Georges/Félix Asselin (right) booked their spots to the … Continue reading

Korea’s Team Kim is Olympic Bound

Korea’s Team Kim has qualified for the Olympics! Charlottetown’s  Peter  Gallant, who  has  been  coaching  the  team,  made  the  announcement  on  Twitter: Beijing here we come!!! Qualified! pic.twitter.com/SMLIHOCdD0 — Peter J. Gallant (@GallantPeter) December 18, 2021 … Continue reading

Team Zacharias with PEI’s Lauren Lenentine in Manitoba Scotties final, 6 pm AT on Sportsnet

Tune in to Sportsnet at 6 pm Atlantic as Team Zacharias with PEI’s Lauren Lenentine plays in the Manitoba Scotties final following a 3-0 run in the championship round, including beating Team Tracy Fleury, who are now out of the … Continue reading

Pink Hat and Tuff Spiel at the Silver Fox postponed due to new public health measures announced today

Following new public health measures announced today, the Summerside Curling Club at the Silver Fox has announced that they will be postponing both the Pink Hat Bonspiel this weekend and the upcoming Tuff Spiel on December 27th. The PEI Government … Continue reading

Update: Annual Fox One-On-One Tuff Spiel postponed

The Summerside Curling Club’s annual 1 vs 1 “Tuff Spiel”, scheduled for December 27th, has now been postponed due to public health measures announced this afternoon. Previous info: It is a one day event and it is always a blast. … Continue reading

Update: Pink Hat Spiel at Silver Fox this weekend postponed

Update: event now postponed due to additional public health measures announced today. Previous info: Updated schedule for the weekend. Room for 2 more players, to fill teams 4 and 5. Due to Covid restrictions,  no spectators please. … Continue reading

Postponed: Cornwall Cup Stick Tourney January 7th and 8th

This event has been postponed. Previous information: The Cornwall Curling Club is now welcoming sign-up for the 3rd Annual Cornwall Cup Stick Curling Tournament and is inviting Island teams to register. This event always offers some great competition to stick … Continue reading

High School Learn to Curl / Curling 101 event on Sat. cancelled

Curl PEI has decided to cancel the High School Learn to Curl / Curling 101 event scheduled for this Saturday at the Cornwall Curling Club, with respect for the revised public health measures in effect as of Friday. Curl PEI … Continue reading

Experienced curlers mentoring Adult Learn to Curl at Silver Fox

The adult learn to curl participants at the Silver Fox in Summerside were lucky to have two great guest instructors last night: PEI veteran Rod MacDonald, and PEI skip Amanda Power. Thanks for all the help. The new curlers are … Continue reading

Job Posting: Cornwall Curling Club seeking Head Ice Technician

The Cornwall Curling Club in Cornwall PEI is seeking a self-motivated individual to fulfill the role of Head Ice Technician. Training is available for the successful candidate. Compensation to be discussed and will be commensurate with experience. The successful candidate … Continue reading

S’Side Curling Club holding annual Foxy Lady women’s bonspiel Jan. 28-29

The theme for this season’s Foxy Lady women’s spiel at the Summerside Curling Club in the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex is the Olympics, with the dates set for January 28 and 29, 2022.  The new organizers would like to thank … Continue reading

Veronica Smith and Suzanne Birt rinks tie for 1st at Bogside Cashspiel

Issues with the ice-house dehumidifiers resulted in the cancellation of the final draw of the Bogside Brewing Cashspiel at the Montague Curling Club, so the event ended in a tie between the winners of the semi-finals, the Veronica Smith and … Continue reading

Curl for Cancer held at Cornwall

  The 2021 Curl for Cancer took place Saturday evening at the Cornwall Curling Club. Thanks to Lisa Jackson and her volunteer committee for organizing a beautiful and touching event. The Club’s Board of Directors, including Board Member Sharon Campbell … Continue reading

Curl for Cancer: Curling Draw, other ways to support the cause

Curl for Cancer is back! Thank you to the board of directors and members of the Cornwall Curling Club for hosting our event this year.   The draw is listed below but if you are not playing in the event, there … Continue reading

Combined Cornwall/Montague team win inaugural PEI Mixed Stick Ch’ship

The team of Janette Fraser from the Cornwall Curling Club and Carl Dimitroff from the Montague Curling Club beat Marie Pineau and Bob Matheson from the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary by a 9-4 score in the Thursday afternoon … Continue reading

Hughes/Sutherland and Fraser/Dimitroff duos both 2-0 in PEI Mixed Stick Ch’ship round robin pools

Two teams, Cornwall’s Elaine Hughes and Bryan Sutherland, and Cornwall’s Janette Fraser teamed with Montague’s Carl Dimitroff, remain undefeated with 2-0 records in their respective pools in the 9-team inaugural PEI Mixed Stick Curling Championship, which wraps up today (Thursday) … Continue reading

Canadian Seniors: PEI women (3-3) beat defending champ but just miss the ch’ship pool with loss to BC, men finish round robin at 2-4 and also go to the seeding pool (Curling Canada)

Where 14 men’s and 14 women’s teams began vying for national senior championship glory, only eight of each remain in contention at the 2021 Everest Canadian Seniors Curling Championships at the Community First Curling Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. … Continue reading

Continental Cup in Fredericton NB cancelled due to increased travel restrictions (Curling Canada)

Tougher travel restrictions for visitors to Canada, combined with isolation requirements for European teams headed to the Winter Olympics, have forced Curling Canada to cancel the 2022 Continental Cup in Fredericton, N.B. The event was scheduled for Jan. 20-23 at … Continue reading

Curl for Cancer moves to Cornwall Curling Club (Saltwire)

CORNWALL, P.E.I. — The 37th annual Curl for Cancer is returning this year to a new location at the Cornwall Curling Club. The event, first organized in the 1980s by Carole Kennedy in Charlottetown, didn’t take place last year when … Continue reading

ICYMI: PEI ch’ship curling season kicks off with inaugural Mixed Stick ch’ship on Dec. 8 and 9

The 2021-22 PEI curling championship season kicks off on Wednesday, December 8th, with the inaugural Mixed Stick Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside. Nine teams from four PEI curling facilities have signed up. There will be … Continue reading

Final Reminder: PEI Masters (60+) ch’ships entry deadline is Dec. 8

Curlers are reminded of the following December provincial championship entry deadline. Enter online at PEICurling.com PEI Masters (60+) Curling Championships Location: Western CC Date: January 19-23, 2022 Entry Deadline: December 8, 2021 Entry Fee: $200 National Event: April 3-10, 2022 … Continue reading

PEI’s Dolan and Gorveatt rinks both 1-1 after opening day play at the Everest Cdn. Senior Ch’ships

PEI rinks are both 1-1 following opening day Monday play at the Community First Curling Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., in the 2021 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships, for curlers age 50 and over. PEI’s Kim Dolan-skipped women’s team … Continue reading

Dolan and O’Shea win 9th Annual Mixed Doubles Cashspiel at Cornwall

There was some fantastic curling this past Saturday at the 9th Annual Mixed Doubles Cash Spiel at the Cornwall Curling Club, with the team of Sinead Dolan and Mitch O’Shea winning the overall event: Organizer Danny Kneabone (left) presenting envelope … Continue reading

Reminder: Free on-ice introduction to curling for high school students

Give curling a shot, PEI! Free on-ice introduction to curling for high school students. Saturday, December 18, 2021 from 3:30-4:30 pm at the Cornwall Curling Club (29 Cornwall Road, Cornwall PEI, lower level, entrance by the playground). A few things … Continue reading

Double vision: Gushue rink considers chasing Brier title in an Olympic year (Saltwire Media)

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — It would be a double takeout like none ever made before. No team representing Canada in curling at the Olympics has ever competed in, let alone won, the national Brier or Scotties championship the same year … Continue reading

Doherty rink steals final end to win Island Petroleum Cashspiel at the Silver Fox

Robbie Doherty and his team from the Cornwall Curling Club won this year’s edition of the Island Petroleum cashspiel, which wrapped up Sunday at the Silver Fox in Summerside. Team Doherty was in a tight contest against Tyler Smith and … Continue reading

Pink Hat Spiel at the Fox open to everyone!

The Pink Hat Spiel, in memory of Leo Stewart, and sponsored by Township Chevrolet Buick GMC, is open to everyone, and takes place Dec. 17 and 18 at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside. Entry fee is $20/person. Sign … Continue reading

ICYMI: PEI ch’ship curling season kicks off with inaugural Mixed Stick ch’ship on Dec. 8 and 9

The 2021-22 PEI curling championship season kicks off on Wednesday, December 8th, with the inaugural Mixed Stick Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside. Nine teams from four PEI curling facilities have signed up. There will be … Continue reading

Reminder of upcoming entry deadline: Masters (60+) is Dec. 8

Curlers are reminded of the following December provincial championship entry deadline. Enter online at PEICurling.com PEI Masters (60+) Curling Championships Location: Western CC Date: January 19-23, 2022 Entry Deadline: December 8, 2021 Entry Fee: $200 National Event: April 3-10, 2022 … Continue reading

PEI’s Dolan and Gorveatt rinks begin play Monday in the Soo at the Everest Cdn. Senior Ch’ships (Curling Canada)

An array of Olympic medallists, world champions and national champions will gather at the Community First Curling Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., for the 2021 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships, beginning Monday. The championships, for curlers 50 and over, will … Continue reading

Robbie Doherty, Samantha Crook teams advance to semis as Sunday playoffs set at Island Petroleum Cashspiel

It’s playoff Sunday at the 15-team Island Petroleum Cashspiel at the Silver Fox Entertainment  Complex in Summerside, with Cornwall’s Robbie Doherty team and the Samantha Crook rink out of the Gage Curling Club in New Brunswick advancing directly to the … Continue reading

NS Men, N. Ont women win Everest Cdn. Club Ch’ships. Ont. beats PEI to capture Men’s bronze (Curling Canada)

Nova Scotia’s Team Nick Deagle and Northern Ontario’s Team Tracey Larocque have claimed their positions as the best male and female curling club teams in the country on Saturday. The teams won gold-medal games at the 2021 Everest Canadian Curling … Continue reading

Call for Volunteers: 2023 Canada Games statisticians, 2021 Curling 101 and 2022 High School Learn to Curl instructors

The following volunteer opportunities are coming up within the sport of curling: 2023 Canada Games: Statisticians Curling will have three events at the 2023 Canada Games: Female and Male (four-person, U18) and Mixed Doubles (U20).  The events will be played at … Continue reading

PEI Men advance to semi-final round at Everest Curling Club Ch’ships (Curling Canada)

Four teams booked express tickets to the men’s and women’s semifinals at the 2021 Everest Canadian Curling Club Championships as of early Friday evening.  Laura Eby of the Yukon and Ontario’s Laurie Shields took direct routes to the final four … Continue reading

Engaged curling couple from P.E.I., Manitoba are off to the Olympics together – Brett Gallant and Jocelyn Peterman say emotions were high watching each other in the finals (Saltwire Media)

(By Dave Stewart · Journalist) Brett Gallant said winning the right to represent his country at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing is a dream come true but watching his fiancée do the same is icing on the cake. Partners … Continue reading

PEI represented by Dolan and Gorveatt rinks at Everest Cdn. Senior Ch’ships, starting Monday in the Soo (Curling Canada)

An array of Olympic medallists, world champions and national champions will gather at the Community First Curling Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., for the 2021 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships, beginning Monday. The championships, for curlers 50 and over, will … Continue reading

PEI teams advance to Everest Curling Club Ch’ship playoffs (Curling Canada)

The 2021 Everest Canadian Curling Club Championship men’s field started with 14 teams in the mix but was whittled down to six on Thursday night. Saskatchewan’s Dean Grindheim of Saskatoon finished the round robin strongly by clinching first place in … Continue reading

Annual Island Petroleum Cashspiel starts Friday at the Silver Fox

Fifteen teams are taking part in the Island Petroleum Cashspiel at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside this weekend. Here are the event details: Amanda Bulger will be providing scoring updates in the Facebook group “Island petroleum Cashspiel scores.” … Continue reading

Revised draw for 9th annual Mixed Doubles Cashspiel, Sat. at Cornwall

Due to a family emergency one of the mixed doubles teams has had to withdraw from the Mixed Doubles Spiel this Saturday December 4th at the Cornwall Curling Club, and the schedule has had to be revised accordingly. Here are … Continue reading

Free on-ice introduction to curling for high school students

Give curling a shot, PEI! Free on-ice introduction to curling for high school students. Saturday, December 18, 2021 from 3:30-4:30 pm at the Cornwall Curling Club (29 Cornwall Road, Cornwall PEI, lower level, entrance by the playground). A few things … Continue reading

PEI Men improve to 2-2 at Everest Curling Club Ch’ships, PEI Women at 1-3 (Curling Canada)

2021 Everest Canadian Curling Club Championships action continued on Wednesday from the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club, bringing together 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 … Continue reading

Canadian Curling Club Ch’ships: PEI Women on Livestream at 1:30 pm AST!

Watch live at https://www.youtube.com/user/ccacurling 2021 EVEREST CANADIAN CURLING CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP LIVESTREAM SCHEDULE (Eastern time – add 1 hour for Atlantic) WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1 Draw 8 – 12:30 p.m.: PE vs. NU (W) Draw 9 – 4:00 p.m.: YT vs. QC (M) Draw … Continue reading

Reminder of upcoming entry deadlines: U18 is Dec. 1, Masters is Dec. 8

Curlers are reminded of the following December entry deadlines for provincial championships. Enter online at PEICurling.com Provincial Under 18 Location: Maple Leaf CC Date: January 12-16, 2022 Entry Deadline: Dec. 1, 2021 Entry Fee: $180 (total $280, including $25 per … Continue reading

Call for Volunteers: 2023 Canada Games statisticians, 2021 Curling 101 and 2022 High School Learn to Curl instructors

The following volunteer opportunities are coming up within the sport of curling: 2023 Canada Games: Statisticians Curling will have three events at the 2023 Canada Games: Female and Male (four-person, U18) and Mixed Doubles (U20).  The events will be played at … Continue reading

Canadian Curling Club Ch’ships: PEI Men on Livestream now!

Watch live at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYvNngjxJC8 2021 EVEREST CANADIAN CURLING CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP LIVESTREAM SCHEDULE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29 Draw 1 – 3:00 p.m.: NU vs. NO (W) Draw 2 – 7:30 p.m.: NU vs. PE (M) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Draw 4 – 12:30 p.m.: NO … Continue reading

PEI’s Brett Gallant and his fiancée Jocelyn Peterman both going to the Olympics (Curling Canada)

What’s the secret to winning the 2021 Tim Hortons Curling Trials, presented by AGI, and getting to the Winter Olympic Games? Shooting the lights out for a week is a good plan, but also while wearing a bullet-proof vest. Team … Continue reading

N. Ont. Women (with PEI’s Katie Shaw), and NS Men will represent Canada at upcoming World Jr. Curling Ch’ships in Sweden (Curling Canada)

Team Isabelle Ladouceur (Sudbury) and Team Owen Purcell (Halifax) won the New Holland World Juniors Qualifying Event at the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon. Team Northern Ontario with their championship banner. Islander Katie Shaw is second from left. (Photo, Curling … Continue reading

N. Ont. with PEI’s Katie Shaw, advances to Sat. afternoon womens final at World Jrs. Qualifier (Curling Canada)

The two teams that went unbeaten in the round robin will be in finals. Team Elysa Crough (Edmonton) will be in the women’s championship game, and Team Owen Purcell (Halifax) will be in the men’s final. Both had perfect 5-0 … Continue reading

Everest Curling Club Ch’ships start Monday in Ottawa (Curling Canada)

One of Canada’s most popular national curling championships makes its much-anticipated return next week in Ottawa. Play gets underway Monday at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club in the 2021 Everest Canadian Curling Club Championships. (Photo, courtesy Ottawa Hunt & … Continue reading

PEI ch’ship curling season kicks off with inaugural Mixed Stick ch’ship on Dec. 8 and 9

The 2021-22 PEI curling championship season kicks off on Wednesday, December 8th, with the inaugural Mixed Stick Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside. Nine teams from four PEI curling facilities have signed up. There will be … Continue reading

Teams representing S’Side and Ch’town clubs to compete at 2021 Everest Canadian Club Ch’ships in Ottawa, starting Nov. 29 (Curling Canada)

Canada’s most talented club curlers will compete at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club from Nov. 29-Dec. 4, 2021. The event includes 14 men’s and 14 women’s teams from each Member Association – 10 provinces, three territories and Northern Ontario … Continue reading

Reminder: Curl for Cancer is back! Dec. 11th at the Cornwall Curling Club

The 37th edition of Curl for Cancer will be held on Saturday, December 11th at the Cornwall Curling Club!  Draws at 5 pm, 7 pm and 9 pm. $25/curler or $100 per team. Contact Lisa to sign up now!! jackson.lisajoy@gmail.com … Continue reading

PEI’s Lauren Ferguson (Team NS), Katie Shaw (Team N. Ont.) make World Jrs. Qualifier playoffs, Team Schut finishes with a pair of wins, PEI’s MacLean rink ends play at 1-4 (Curling Canada)

Junior Women’s: As the dust settles and pool play concludes at the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon, only six men’s and six women’s playoff qualifiers would remain. In the main event Thursday, Team Elysa Crough (5-0; Edmonton) defeated Team Taylour … Continue reading

Upcoming entry deadlines: U18 is Dec. 1, Masters is Dec. 8

Curlers are reminded of the following December entry deadlines for provincial championships. Enter online at PEICurling.com Provincial Under 18 Location: Maple Leaf CC Date: January 12-16, 2022 Entry Deadline: Dec. 1, 2021 Entry Fee: $180 (total $280, including $25 per … Continue reading

Only FIVE spots left: sign up by Mon. at noon for Cornwall’s 9th Annual Mixed Doubles Cashspiel (open to all PEI curlers)

The Cornwall Curling Club’s 9th Annual Mixed Doubles Cashspiel takes place Saturday December 4th 2021 and is one of their most celebrated and fun events, with great curling, a delicious lunch…. and cash prizes too! This event is open to … Continue reading

Reminder: Entry Deadline (room for 1 more team) is MONDAY for Island Petroleum Cashspiel, set for Dec. 3-5 at the Silver Fox

The annual Island Petroleum Cashspiel takes place Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 3, 4, & 5, 2021 at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside. This event is “OPEN FORMAT” (ALL COMBINATIONS OF PLAYERS ACCEPTED). Entry Deadline is Monday, November … Continue reading

Stevens (NS) with PEI’s Ferguson, Ladouceur (N. Ont.) with Islander Shaw, Crough (AB) atop women’s standings at World Jrs Qualifying Event (Curling Canada)

A battle of the Titans on the women’s side at the New Holland World Juniors Qualifying Event at the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon is looming large.  Team Nova Scotia (Photo, Curling Canada/Darlene Danyliw) After the fourth round of five, … Continue reading

Annual Kevin Gallant Memorial Spiel at the Maple Leaf postponed

Due to the recent West Prince COVID-19 cluster, organizers have decided to be extra cautious and postpone the annual Kevin Gallant Memorial Bonspiel until the new year (date to be determined). Previous details: This event, with both stick and regular … Continue reading

Larry Richards becomes PEI’s 2nd vip coach from the sport of curling (Sport PEI, PEI Gov’t)

Larry Richards, coach, manager, and ice-maker at the Montague Curling Club, has become the second coach from the sport of curling to achieve vip coaching status.    Larry Richards (Sport PEI photo) Prince Edward Island’s new vip coaching program encourages … Continue reading

PEI’s Team Schut 0-2 at World Jrs. Qualifying Event (Curling Canada)

Fans went to watch curling Tuesday evening at the New Holland World Juniors Qualifying Event in Saskatoon where, if you had looked at the scoreboard, you’d assume a basketball game had broken out. That’s an exaggeration to be sure, but … Continue reading

Province finalizes purchase of former Charlottetown Curling Club building (CBC PEI)

The P.E.I. government has finalized its purchase of the former Charlottetown Curling Club building. That’s the site that currently houses the P.E.I. Community Outreach Centre, which offers support to people seeking financial assistance, counselling, employment, food and housing.  The building on Euston … Continue reading

Teams Ladouceur with PEI’s Katie Shaw, Stevens with Islander Lauren Ferguson both 2-0, Rachel MacLean is 1-1 and Team Schut 0-1 at New Holland World Juniors Qualifying Event (Curling Canada)

Parity is the word at the New Holland World Juniors Qualifying Event at the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon. After two draws, it’s down to three teams out of the 12 with two straight victories. Six teams are 1-1 and … Continue reading

Prince Edward Island and Alberta women show strong resolve in Draw One action at New Holland World Juniors Qualifier in Saskatoon (Curling Canada)

Elysa Crough of the Crestwood Curling Club in Alberta made some of her best shots when they were most needed Monday night in her team’s 5-1 win over Saskatchewan’s Team Madison Kleiter in the first draw of the New Holland … Continue reading

Reminder: Entry Deadline Nov. 29 for Island Petroleum Cashspiel, set for Dec. 3-5 at the Silver Fox

The annual Island Petroleum Cashspiel takes place Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 3, 4, & 5, 2021 at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside. This event is “OPEN FORMAT” (ALL COMBINATIONS OF PLAYERS ACCEPTED). Entry Deadline is Monday, November … Continue reading

Reminder: Deadline for PEI Scotties women’s, and Men’s Ch’ships are Nov. 24

The Curl PEI event registration system is now open for teams to register for all events on the 2021-22 calendar.  Please visit https://pe.curling.io/en/competitions to find the list of events. The deadlines for the Scotties women’s and men’s Tankard championships at the … Continue reading

Sign up by Mon. Nov. 29 for Cornwall’s 9th Annual Mixed Doubles Cashspiel (open to all PEI curlers)

The Cornwall Curling Club’s 9th Annual Mixed Doubles Cashspiel takes place Saturday December 4th 2021 and is one of their most celebrated and fun events, with great curling, a delicious lunch…. and cash prizes too! This event is open to … Continue reading

PEI’s Birt, Bradley, and Smith teams all made the playoffs this weekend at Tim Hortons Spitfire Arms Cashspiel in Windsor NS

PEI teams skipped by Suzanne Birt, Shelly Bradley, and Veronica Smith all advanced to the playoff round at the 16-team $10,500 purse Tim Hortons Spitfire Arms Cashspiel in Windsor, NS, this weekend, with Smith beating Bradley 7-4 in the quarter-final … Continue reading