Charlottetown Curling Club Curling Get Together

The CCC Board will be hosting CCC members and friends for a fun get together and curling games on March 9th at the Cornwall Curling Club.

Single or group entries are welcome.  Junior participants as well.  We will guarantee two, 4 end games and refreshments. Please send entries to [email protected].  There is no cost for participants.

2024 PEI Stick Curling Championships Wrapped on Monday

2024 PEI Stick Champions ~ Elaine Hughes & Etta Reid and Clair Sweet & Bob Matheson

The 2024 PEI Stick Curling Championships wrapped up on Monday afternoon at the Cornwall Curling Club with the Elaine Hughes and Etta Reid duo from the host club winning the Women’s Division title and the Bob Matheson and Clair Sweet team from the West Prince Curling Club capturing the first Men’s Division title (previously it was an open division).

2024 PEI Stick Finalists ~ Margaret Stewart & Bernie Field and Bernard Keefe & George Piercey

In the Women’s Division final, Cornwall’s Bernie Field and Margaret Stewart were up over the defending champions at the mid-game point but Hughes/Reid recovered by scoring 3 in the fourth and another 3 in the fifth, with a final score of 7-4.

In the Men’s Division the Matheson/Sweet team finished undefeated, beating Cornwall’s Bernard Keefe and George Piercey 3-2 in the final.  Keefe/Piercey finished with a 4-3 record.

This year’s event saw the largest field to date with 10 women’s teams and 17 men’s teams registered to play in the pooled round-robin competition with a championship round.  Stick curling is a two-person per team event with six-end games.

The top three teams in each division along with the top three teams from the Mixed Stick Championship that was held in December have earned the right to advance to the Maritime Stick Curling Championships at the West Prince Curling Club in March of this year.  The Canadian Stick Curling Championships will be held April 17-21, 2024 at the Leaside Curling Club in Toronto.

2024 Senior Curling Champions Crowned

The PEI Senior Curling Championships, for curlers in the 50+ age category, was played this past weekend at the Crapaud Community Curling Club with 2 women’s teams and 6 men’s teams competing.

2024 Senior Women’s Champions ~ Shelly Bradley, Susan McInnis, Tricia MacGregor and Julie Scales

Shelly Bradley, with her team of Susan McInnis, Tricia MacGregor and Julie Scales, from the Cornwall Curling Club, will be heading to their third Canadian Senior Curling Championship, this time in Moncton from December 2-7, 2024, after winning the best of five series against Montague’s Darlene London rink in three games straight.  Darlene teammates include Gail Greene, Shelley Rice and Bev Harding.

2024 PEI Senior Women’s Curling Finalists ~ Darlene London, Gail Greene, Shelley Rice and Bev Harding

2024 PEI Senior Men’s Champions ~ Eddie MacKenzie, Phil Gorveatt, Kevin Champion, Sean Ledgerwood, Mike Dillon

Eddie MacKenzie who joined the defending men’s championship team of Kevin Champion, Sean Ledgerwood, Mike Dillon and Phil Gorveatt, from the Cornwall Curling Club won his first PEI Senior Men’s championship, defeating Blair Weeks and his team from the Montague Curling Club, in the first of two possible playoff games.  Blair’s team includes Phillip McInnis, John Mullin and Paul Morrison.

2024 PEI Senior Men’s Finalists ~ Blair Weeks, Phillip McInnis, Paul Morrison, John Mullin

White’s Defend their Title

2024 PEI Mixed Doubles Champions Jenny & Edward White

The Jenny and Edward White team from the host Crapaud Community Curling Club has won the 2024 PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, defeating Cornwall Curling Club’s Breanne Burgoyne and Tyler MacKenzie on Wednesday evening in the winner-take-all final game.

Team White won both the A and C sections of the modified triple knockout draw, the Burgoyne/MacKenzie team won the B section.  Burgoyne/MacKenzie, only winning one section, had to beat the White duo twice in the Championship round.

2024 PEI Mixed Doubles Finalists – Breanne Burgoyne & Tyler MacKenzie

Burgoyne/MacKenzie controlled the first game of the championship round winning 10-2 after six ends forcing the final championship game which was played Wednesday evening.  The White’s took an early lead and controlled the game until Burgoyne/MacKenzie shook after the 6th end, trailing 10-3.

The winning White Team will now advance to the 2024 Canadian mixed Doubles Curling Championship March 17-22, 2024 in Fredericton, NB.

PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship Rescheduled

Sixteen teams started the 2024 PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship last Thursday at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. The teams played a modified triple knockout round, advancing teams from the three qualifying matches to a championship round.

The four day event had a weather delay on the fourth day and will resume play today.

A Qualifier: Jenny & Edward White (Photo Credit: Mike Schut)

The A Qualifier is Jenny & Edward White from Crapaud Community Curling Club, the B Qualifier, fromt he same club is Breanne Burgoyne and Tyler MacKenzie and the C Qualifier, between White/White and Sydney Howatt and Liam Kelly from the Cornwall Curling Club, will be played today at 5:05pm.

B Qualifier: Breanne Burgoyne & Tyler MacKenzie (Photo Credit: Mike Schut)

Following the C Final, the first playoff game will be played at 8:05pm. 

Photos from the event, taken by Mike Schut, can be viewed HERE.

Results can be found HERE.

Reminder: Curl PEI Entry Deadlines in the month of February

Curlers are reminded the following Curl PEI entry deadlines are coming up the month of February.  All event entries must be made online at https://pe.curling.io/en/competitions.

Events:

  • February 9: PEI U16 Championships – event to be held Mar. 1-3 at the Montague Curling Club
  • February 16: PEI U13 Championships – event to be held Mar. 8-10 at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex

 

2024 PEI Scotties Photo Gallery ~ Draw 10

Here is a photo gallery from second playoff game and closing presentation at the 2024 PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex.

 

2024 PEI Scotties Photo Gallery ~ Draw 9

Here is a photo gallery from first playoff game at the 2024 PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex.

DiCarlo Team Win 1st PEI Women’s Curling Championship

The Jane DiCarlo rink from the Crapaud Community Curling Club beat Cornwall Curling Club’s Amanda Power twice today to win the PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Women’s Curling Championship, sponsored by Kruger Products, at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside.  It is DiCarlo’s first PEI women’s title.  Veronica Mayne, Sabrina Smith and Whitney Jenkins rounds out the the DiCarlo team.

L-R Jane DiCarlo, Veronica Mayne, Sabrina Smith, and Whitney Jenkins

The Scotties finalists, the Power team includes Amanda Power, Sara Spafford, Emily Best, Shelly Bradley and Janique LeBlanc.

L-R Amanda Power, Sara Spafford, Emily Best, Shelly Bradley and Janique LeBlanc

DiCarlo won the A event in the modified triple knockout, while Power took the B and C events.  As Power won two of the three knockout round sections, DiCarlo had to win both the 9am and 2pm games, while Power winning either game would have sealed the event for her.

Both games were extremely close.  The morning game finished 4-2 for DiCarlo, with 6 blank ends.  The afternoon game required an extra end with each team leaving it all on the ice.  DiCarlo’s last-rock-thrower, Veronica Mayne was facing three with one on the button requiring Mayne to make an angle raise for the win.  The final score was 9-8 for DiCarlo.

The DiCarlo team will now advance to the national Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Calgary, AB, Feb. 16-25.

Power steals game against Morrow; faces top-seed DiCarlo on Sunday

SUMMERSIDE – The P.E.I. Scotties women’s curling championships is down to two teams following dramatic last end action Saturday night at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside.

Amanda Power (Photo Credit Mike Schut)

 

Cornwall’s Amanda Power, after scoring a single in the 9th end to tie the game 6-6, then stole the nail-biting 10th end to defeat Melissa Morrow of the Crapaud Community Curling Club 7-6.

 

The disappointing defeat eliminated Morrow who entered the game with two losses in the modified triple elimination event.

 

The win sends Power to Sunday’s action against Jane DiCarlo of the Crapaud Curling Club with a major advantage — Power has only one loss and DiCarlo, with two losses, needs to win at 9 a.m. and again at 2 p.m. to claim the Scotties crown.

 

It will be the first provincial women’s title for either Power or DiCarlo. Had Morrow prevailed Saturday night, it would have seen three teams all with two losses compete in sudden-death action Sunday.

Jane DiCarlo (Photo Credit Mike Schut)

DiCarlo entered the eight team women’s championship which started Thursday with a leading 7.25 CTRS points.

 

In Saturday’s night’s C final action, Power had the hammer against Morrow and opened scoring with a deuce in the first end, but Morrow rebounded with a big three points in the third. Power bounced back with a pair in the 4th to lead 4-3 and stole the 5th to go up 5-3.

 

After blanking the 6th, Morrow took one in the 7th and stole a pair in eight to lead 6-5 heading to the 9th.

 

DiCarlo had won the A final to qualify for Sunday’s action while Power downed Morrow 8-2 Saturday morning to win the B final and then claimed the C final last night.

 

In the C semifinal Saturday afternoon, Sophie Blades of Summerside-Cornwall, gave up a pair of big ends to fall 12-4 against Power. Blades, who entered the game with two losses, gave up four in the 6th end and five more in the 8th when handshakes came out.

 

In the other C seminal at 2 p.m., Morrow jumped into a 5-2 lead after four ends against Tammy Dewar from Cornwall, then stole two in the 5th for a comfortable 7-2 lead. Dewar battled back with singles in six and seven but a Morrow triple in the 8th saw handshakes.

 

In Saturday’s 9 a.m. opening action, Blades stole five ends against DiCarlo enroute to a 9-3 win. Blades fell behind 2-0 in the first end but rallied to tie the game 3-3 at the 5th end break, and then stole six points over the next four ends as DiCarlo shook hands after nine.

 

The win kept Blades alive with two losses and handed her opponent her second loss. 

 

Also at 9 a.m., Dewar made a dramatic tap back double takeout to score two in the 10th end and edge Jennie Whyte of Crapaud 7-6.

 

Photos from the event, taken by Mike Schut, can be viewed HERE.

Smith “three-peats” to claim Tankard title

SUMMERSIDE – Three was a lucky number this week for skip Tyler Smith and his young Crapaud Curling Club men’s team.

 

Smith defeated clubmate Jamie Newson 8-3 Saturday night to claim his third consecutive P.E.I. Tankard men’s curling championship.

 

Smith broke open a tight 1-1 game with three points in the fourth end. After the teams exchanged single points over the next three ends, Smith clinched the outcome with another three in the eighth to bring out the handshakes from the Newson team.

 

Smith finished the modified triple knockout event with a perfect 6-0 record, winning the A final over Summerside’s Darren Higgins, the B final over Crapaud’s Tyler Harris and then the C final over Newson.

Edward White, Christopher Gallant, Adam Cocks, Tyler Smith

 

The Smith team included mate Adam Cocks of Halifax, Christopher Gallant at second stone and lead Edward White. Gallant, who replaced Alex MacFadyen at second, is the younger brother of Brett Gallant, who won a Brier with Brad Gushue in 2017 out of St. John’s, NL. and now is in his second year with the Brandon Bottcher rink in Calgary. 

Seven teams started play Thursday at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex. Smith entered the event as the heavy favourite after accumulating a dominating 10.125 CTRS points this season.

The Smith rink will represent P.E.I. at the 2024 Montana’s Brier, Canada’s national men’s curling championship, March 1 to 10 at the Brandt Centre in Regina, Sask.

 

In 2021, Smith, then just 22, moved up to skip P.E.I. from the third position for a game as skip Eddie MacKenzie was on the bench as the team’s alternate.

 

Smith was named P.E.I.’s Brier representative in 2022 when he was selected based on points after the provincial playoffs were cancelled due to COVID-19.

 

Last year, the Smith rink defeated Higgins 9-5 in the final to win the Tankard title at his home Crapaud club, where Suzanne Birt claimed the ladies Scotties crown.

Photos from the event, taken by Mike Schut, can be viewed HERE.

Power-Morrow meet in C final tonight; top-seed DiCarlo advances to Sunday

 

Jane DiCarlo (Photo Credit Valerie Sevilla)

SUMMERSIDE – Top seed Jane DiCarlo of the Crapaud Curling Club has the rest of the day off to prepare for Sunday’s final action in the P.E.I. Scotties women’s curling championships in Summerside.

Amanda Power (Power Credit Valerie Sevilla)

 

Amanda Power of Cornwall and Melissa Morrow of Crapaud, who battled in the B final earlier in the day — won by Power 8-2 — clash again at 7 p.m. tonight in the C final to decide on who, or possibility both, will advance into Sunday’s final day of play with DiCarlo.

 

Power is the only surviving team with one loss in the modified triple knockout championship while DiCarlo, who earlier won the A final to advance into Sunday’s playoff, and Morrow, both have two losses.

 

Should Power win tonight, it would knock Morrow out, setting up a Power-DiCarlo clash at 9 a.m. Sunday. DiCarlo would have to win twice to claim her first Scotties crown.

Melissa Morrow (Photo Credit Valerie Sevilla)

 

Should Morrow prevail tonight, it would result in the three surviving teams all having two losses heading into sudden-death action Sunday at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to see which team would claim its first provincial women’s curling title.

 

In C section semifinals at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sophie Blades of Summerside-Cornwall, gave up a pair of big ends to fall 12-4 against Power. Blades, who entered the game with two losses, gave up four in the 6th end and five more in the 8th when handshakes came out.

 

in the other C seminal at 2 p.m., Morrow jumped into a 5-2 lead after four ended against Tammy Dewar from Cornwall, then stole two in the 5th for a comfortable 7-2 lead. Dewar battled back with singles in six and seven but a Morrow triple in the 8th saw handshakes.

 

In Saturday’s 9 a.m. opening action, Blades stole five ends against DiCarlo enroute to a 9-3 win. Blades fell behind 2-0 in the first end but rallied to tie the game 3-3 at the 5th end break, and then stole six points over the next four ends as DiCarlo shook hands after nine.

 

The win kept Blades alive with two losses and handed her opponent her second loss at the Silver Fox Curling Club. 

 

Power defeated Morrow 8-2 in other women’s 9 a.m. action to claim the B final. Power scored four in the 7th end to break open a tight game and hand Morrow her second loss.

 

In other women’s action at 9 a.m., Dewar made a dramatic tap back double takeout to score two in the 10th end and edge Jennie Whyte of Crapaud 7-6.

2024 PEI Scotties & Tankard Draw 6 Update

2024 PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts Update – Draw 6 (Jan. 27 @ 9am)

Sophie Blades (Photo Credit Valerie Sevilla)

Sophie Blades and her Summerside-Cornwall team stole five ends against top seed Jane DiCarlo of Crapaud enroute to an easy 9-3 win in PEI Scotties womens curling championship action Saturday morning.  Blades fell behind 2-0 in the first end but rallied to tie the game 3-3 at the 5th end break and then stole six points over the next four ends as DiCarlo shook hands after 9.  The win kept Blades alive with two losses in the modified triple knockout championship and handed her opponent her second loss. But since DiCarlo won the A finals, she gets a bye into Sunday’s action.

Delivering the rock: Amanda Power (Photo Credit Tony Gallant)

Amanda Power of Cornwall defeated Melissa Morrow of Crapaud 8-2 in other women’s 9 am action.  Power scored four in the 7th end to break open a tight game and hand Morrow her second loss.

In other women’s action at 9 am, Tammy Dewar of Cornwall made a dramatic tap back double takeout to score two in the 10th end and edge Jenny White of Crapaud 7-6.

DiCarlo had won the A section while Power claimed the B section.  C section semifinals are underway at 2 pm with Blades needing a win over Power to stay alive while Morrow meets Dewar where the loser is eliminated.  The C final goes  tonight at 7 pm.

2024 PEI Tankard Update – Draw 6 (Jan. 27 @ 9am)

Defending champion Tyler Smith is in the driver’s seat after the 9 am draw today (Sat) at the PEI Men’s Tankard Curling Championships in Summerside.

Tyler Smith (Photo Credit Valerie Sevilla)

Smith, from the Crapaud Curling Club, defeated club mate Tyler Harris 7-4  to remain unbeaten and hand Harris his second loss.

Tyler Harris (Photo Credit Valerie Sevilla)

Harris scored a single in the first end and stole the 2nd to lead 2-0 but Smith scored three in the third and stole a pair in the fifth to lead 5-2 at the break. Smith then stole singles in the 7th and 8th to take control.

Meanwhile, Darren Higgins from the Summerside Curling Club defeated Crapaud’s Steve vanOuwerkerk  9-6 to stay alive and knock his opponent out of contention.

The other men’s action at 9 am saw Jamie Newson of Crapaud eliminate Blair Jay of Summerside 9-3.

Smith remains unbeaten and now has won the A and B sections in the modified triple knockout event.

Smith, seeking his third consecutive mens title, faces Higgins at 2 pm today in C section semi final action. Higgins must win to stay alive as he has two losses.

In the other men’s C semifinal, Tyler Harris of Crapaud plays clubmate Jamie Newson at 2 pm. The loser is eliminated and the winner plays again tonight at 7 pm in the C final.

If Smith loses at 2 pm, he must be beaten twice Sunday by the winner from tonight’s C final at 7 pm.

Smith can clinch the Tankard title by winning at 2 pm and again at 7 pm tonight.

Seven men’s team started play Thursday.

2024 PEI Scotties & Tankard Photo Gallery ~ Draw 5

Here’s a photo gallery from Draw 5 of the  2024 PEI Scotties & Tankard at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex.

 

2024 PEI Scotties & Tankard Photo Gallery ~ Draw 4

Here’s a photo gallery from Draw 4 of the  2024 PEI Scotties & Tankard at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex.

B Finals Set at the 2024 PEI Scotties & Tankard

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Smith looks to three-peat at Tankard men’s curling

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Eight women’s teams start play Thursday at Silver Fox in Summerside

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Peter Rousseau and Shirley Berry Rinks win PEI Masters Championships

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Five teams to compete in Curl PEI’s U18 Curling Championships starting January 5

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The St-Georges Rink Capture the Bogside Cup

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2023 Bogside Cup – Day 1 in the Books

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Nominations open for Curl PEI ADL Awards

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Champions crowned at the Ferguson-Logan Montague Funeral Home PEI Stick Curling Championships

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Team White wins PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship

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Playoffs set at PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championships

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Tyler Smith Rink is the PEI Tankard Champions

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Suzanne Birt wins the 2023 PEI Scotties

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PEI Scotties gets underway Thursday

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PEI Tankard starts Wednesday

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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 Ella Lenentine & Brayden Snow rinks are Headed to Timmins, Ontario

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

Championship Round Set at the 2023 PEI U18 Curling Championships

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

Two Teams undefeated at the PEI U18 Curling Club Championships

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

PEI U18 Curling Championships are set for December 27-29 in Cornwall, with 3 Girls and 3 Boys teams entered

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

The world’s best curlers are returning to Pictou County

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

Judy MacIsaac & Bob Matheson win the Morley Annear Ltd. Mixed Stick Ch’ship

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

Birt 2-0 at Bogside Cup Home Spiel

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

Playoffs Set at the Morley Annear Ltd PEI Mixed Stick Curling Championship

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

Reminder: December Entry Deadlines

Please note the following entry deadlines coming up this month include: PEI Masters Curling Championships – Dec. 7 PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts – Dec. 14 PEI Tankard – Dec. 14 PEI Mixed Doubles – Dec. 21 PEI Seniors – … Continue reading

The Morley Annear Ltd. PEI Mixed Stick Curling Championship Starts Tuesday

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

Ella Lenentine & Mitchell Schut Win PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trial

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

Playoffs Set at the PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trial

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

One Team Undefeated After Day 1 of Play at the PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trial

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

PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Trials Start Tomorrow

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

Registration now open for Curl PEI Ch’ships and other events. Deadline for Mixed Stick & U18 is Nov. 15

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

Team Lenentine and Team Snow are heading to the 2023 Canada Games

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

PEI Canada Games Curling Trials First Playoff Games Complete

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

PEI Canada Games Curling Trials Set for this Weekend

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

Curl PEI Provincial Events Calendar Released

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

Ch’town holding 2nd annual Rock with Friends major fundraiser

Join us for the second annual “Rock with Friends” – a Charlottetown Curling Complex Major Fundraiser on Saturday, February 28, 6 pm. Purchase a $20 ticket and have a chance at one of three great prizes 1. $500 gift card … Continue reading

Crapaud hosting U13 Fun Day on Islander Day

The Crapaud Community Curling Club is hosting an Under 13 fun day on Monday February 16 (Islander Day) starting at 10:30. The cost is $40 per team. It will include two 4 end games plus a meal. For more info … Continue reading

U13 PD Fun Days

Curl PEI is organizing two “PD Fun Days”, scheduled at the same time as school Professional Development Days, and open to curlers and non-curlers age 12 and under. The day will include floor curling, on-ice games, and activities. (Non-Curlers will … Continue reading

Coming soon…

Adult Warm Up Days – If you have a team interested in participating this Saturday please register by noon on Wednesday, January 7.  Register online: https://peicurling.com/eventschships/competitions/about-peica-provincial-competitions/entry-form/.  For more information: https://peicurling.com/programs/adult-programs/adult-warm-up-days/ Community School Curling – 10 week program for $15 happening … Continue reading

PEI’s inaugural Mixed Doubles Curling Trials start today in Crapaud

Prince Edward Island’s first-ever Mixed Doubles Curling Trials go this weekend (Dec. 12-14) at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. Events were scheduled the past two seasons, but no entries were received for this relatively-new, two-person variant of the sport. This … Continue reading

Curl Atlantic Ch’ship set to go Thurs. at CARI Complex

The curling ice is ready, and the Curl Atlantic Championship is set to go Thursday at MacLauchlan Arena at Charlottetown’s CARI complex, with many of the top Atlantic Canadian teams taking part, along with Canada Games playdown teams from each … Continue reading

Tickets now on sale at CARI for the Curl Atlantic Ch’ship, Sept 11-14

Tickets are now on sale at the Control Desk of the CARI Complex in Charlottetown for Atlantic Canada’s season-opening curling event, the Curl Atlantic Championship, which runs September 11-14 at CARI’s MacLauchlan Arena. Tickets, at $30 per person for the  … Continue reading

Volunteers sought for Curl Atlantic Ch’ship in Charlottetown

We are looking for people to volunteer with the Curl Atlantic Championship, taking place at the Cari Complex, UPEI from September 11- 14, 2014. If you can spare a few hours (or more) on any of those days please contact … Continue reading

Juniors Page updated with Club Reps, 2012-2013 Events List

Junior Programs for curlers age 20 and under are soon starting up at PEI curling facilities. Visit our Juniors page at peicurling.com/junior for an updated listing of club junior representatives, and a list of Junior training and competition events for … Continue reading

Reminder: Curl Atlantic student scholarship and club grant applications due May 30

The Trustees of the Joyce Myers Trust Fund created a Scholarship Fund as a means to assist  talented full time student athletes in Atlantic Canada. Priority will be given to athletes attending Atlantic universities, colleges or vocational schools. Download Application: Scholarship application (PDF) Scholarship … Continue reading

Young western PEI curlers check out Emily Gray’s bronze medal at O’Leary curling camp

Youth Olympics bronze medallist Emily Gray was one of the instructors at the PEI Curling Association’s Junior curling camp held Sunday at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary, and brought along her bronze medal for the young curlers to … Continue reading

Update on Atlantic Canada Coaches “A Podium Project” Workshop in Crapaud Dec. 3-4

The PEI Curling Association and Curl Atlantic are hosting an Atlantic Canada Coaches Workshop at the Crapaud Community Curling Club on December 3 & 4. The workshop is part of the Podium Project, an initiative through Sport Canada and the … Continue reading

PEICA to hold CCA Competition Coach Workshop

A Canadian Curling Association Competition Coach Workshop –  Introduction Phase of Competition Stream (has replaced Level 1& 2 Technical) will be held at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside Dec. 17 and 18, from 9 am until … Continue reading

Tuning up for the season

Here is a link to photos, taken by Craig Mackie, of the PEICA Adult Skills Development/ High Performance curling camp held recently at the Charlottetown Curling Club: https://picasaweb.google.com/105159883486740294589/2011HighPerformanceCurlingCamp   … Continue reading