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 11:00am semi-finals, while Judy MacIsaac & Bob Matheson will play Gloria Clarke & Sterling Higginbotham in one quarter-final, with the winner taking on Sanderson/Dunsford and second quarter-final will see Myrna & Barry Craswell face Elaine Hughes & Bryan Sutherland, with the victor play MacIsaac/Matheson. The semi-final winners advance to the 1pm game.
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 Dimitrof. There will be 2 round-robin pools, with teams playing a single round-robin, and the top three teams from each pool advancing to playoff round.
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 advanced directly to the final, but lost the first championship game 11-2 against Lenentine/Schut, forcing the sudden death final. The Lenentine/Schut team won the game over the MacLean/ MacMillan by a 7-5 score.
Ella Lenentine and Mitchell Schut earn the right to represent PEI at the 2023 Canada Games in February.
PEI Canada Games Mixed Doubles Winners Ella Lenentine, Mitchell Schut & Robbie Lenentine
PEI Canada Games Finalists Rachel MacLean & Chase MacMillan
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 from Cornwall finishing with a perfect 4-0 win-loss record, and will advance to the second playoff game at 12:45pm Sunday, while the Ella Lenentine/Mitchell Schut rink and the Sydney Howatt/Liam Kelly rink, who both finished at 2-2 win-loss will square off in the first playoff game at 9:30am, with the winner advancing to the second playoff game. If the MacLean/MacMillan team, who went undefeated in the round robin loses the 12:45pm contest, there will be a third playoff game at 4pm between MacLean/MacMillan and the winner of the 12:45pm match.
The winning team from the Trial earn the right to advance to the 2023 Canada Games in February.
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 the right to represent PEI at the upcoming 2023 Canada Games in February.
The Rachel MacLean/Chase MacMillan team are undefeated at the end of day one. The Ella Lenentine/Mitchell Schut rink are sitting in second with two wins and a lost. Tied at third with a 1-2 record are Reid Hart/Keegan Warnell and Sydney Howatt/Liam Kelly. Still looking for their first win is the Mollie Shaw/Luke Butler team.
PEI 2023 Canada Games logo (CNW Group/Canada Games Council)
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 division between Team Easter and Team Lenentine, we saw Easter jump out to a 1-0 lead in the first end. Unfortunately for Easter, other than a final push in the 6th end for 2 points today’s game was all Team Lenentine. The rink from Cornwall scored points in 4 straight ends taking the game, and best of 3 series, with a final score of 7-3.
Team Easter (missing Brooke Lewis)
In the men’s division, it was Team Snow’s day from the first stone thrown. Team Snow took early lead that they never looked back from. Snow’s team scored in the first 3 ends to go up 3-0 and the last 3 ends to lock up a 7-1 victory for the series win.
Both Team Lenentine and Team Snow will represent PEI at the 2023 Canada Games taking place on home soil here on the island, and back at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in February.
PEI 2023 Canada Games logo (CNW Group/Canada Games Council)
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 division between Team Carver and Team Easter, with the winner moving on to play Team Lenentine in a best of 3 series. The morning draw was a back and forth affair until the final end when Team Easter put up a single point to take the game 7-6 and move onto the playoff round.
The afternoon draw, which was game 1 for both the boy’s and girl’s division best of 3 series, was a more decisive one. Lenentine took game 1 by a score of 8-1 over Easter, and Team Snow rebounded from yesterday’s final round robin loss to take game 1 over Team Rochford by a score of 8-4.
Sunday Lenentine and Snow will look to wrap things up with a win in game 2 beginning at 10AM, while Easter and Rochford will be looking to avoid elimination and force a game 3 in the afternoon (at 2PM).
All games will be played at the Silver Fox Entertainment Complex in Summerside.
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.
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 for Home Hardware
2. 2015 Curling Membership to CCC (transferable)
3. Social Golf Membership (11 rounds) at Green Gables (transferable)
Lots of other prizes – Munchies
Up Close and Personal Curling Stories – Silent Auction- President Reception – Live Entertainment with Route 21
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 be given an introduction and time to give it a shot!)
January 30, 9am-12:30pm
at Montague Curling Club
February 6, 9am-12:30pm
at Maple Leaf Curling Club (O’Leary)
Registration fee: $10/curler
Please have children dressed in warm comfortable clothing
Please send a nut free snack with your child
Register with Amy Duncan by Jan. 26 (Montague event) & Feb. 2 (O’Leary event)
by phone: 902-368-4208 or email: [email protected]
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 →
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 →
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 →
The Lakeshore Curling Club in Lower Sackville NS is pleased to host their 11th Annual Junior Cashspiel, October 31 to November 2, 2014. Click for further details and entry form.(PDF) … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →