2021 PEI Pepsi Juniors and PEI Seniors Curling Ch’ships

Live scoring: https://peicurling.com/scoreboard

Katie Shaw rink wins Pepsi Junior Women’s title

The Katie Shaw rink from the Cornwall Curling Club are the Pepsi Provincial Junior Women’s Champions, after defeating their clubmates the Rachel MacLean foursome by a 6-1 score Sunday afternoon at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside. The first half of the game was played very conservatively, with 3 blank ends and the teams scoring only one point each. Team Shaw took over the scoring in the second half, stealing the next four ends, with singles in ends six, eight and nine and a deuce in seven, to put the game out of reach for MacLean, who had won two of the Modified Triple Knockout sections while Shaw won the other section and both Championship Round games.

Winning team (L-R): Katie Shaw (skip), Lexie Murray (3rd), David Murphy (coach), Alexis Burris (2nd), Izzy Tatlock (lead)

Finalist team (L-R): Rachel MacLean (skip), Sydney Howatt (3rd), Carl Nicholson (coach). Amy Spence (2nd), Avery Nicholson (lead)

Following the team presentations, awards were given out for Coaching, as voted on by their coaching peers, and Sportsmanship, voted on by the players and officials.

Curl PEI Secretary Jane DiCarlo (left) presented the Sportsmanship award to Izzy Tatlock, lead on the winning Shaw rink

Robbie Lenentine, who coached his daughter Ella Lenentine’s team in her first Pepsi Juniors, was the recipient of the Coaching award.
(Photo courtesy of Lori Fitzpatrick)

Earlier, the Mitchell Schut team defeated their Cornwall clubmates the Brayden Snow foursome to capture the Junior Men’s title.

The Schut and Shaw rinks will each receive training time with Curl PEI Performance Director Peter Gallant as well as a keepsake gift.  The Canadian Junior Championships have been cancelled this year.

Full results from the Pepsi Juniors are available at PEICurling.com/scoreboard

4 Junior Men’s and 3 Junior Women’s rinks took part in the Pepsi Junior Curling Championships.

 

Team Schut wins Pepsi Junior Men’s, Jr. Womens’ Deciding game moved up to 2 pm

The Mitchell Schut rink, helped by a 5-point sixth end, beat their Cornwall clubmates the Brayden Snow team 10-4 in eight ends on Sunday to win the Pepsi Provincial Junior Men’s Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside. Team Schut had won two modified triple knockout draw sections to Snow’s one, and could win the championship with either Championship Round game today, while Snow would have had to win both, so the second game is not needed. The teams were tied 3-all at the 5th end break, until Schut, with last rock advantage, recorded the 5-ender.

Winning Schut team, left to right: Mitchell Schut (skip, throws 3rd), Chase MacMillan (vice-skip, throws 4th), Pat Quilty (coach), Cruz Pineau (2nd), Liam Kelly (lead)

Snow Finalist rink, left to right: Brayden Snow (skip), Jack MacFadyen (3rd), David MacFadyen (coach), Liam Barbrick (2nd), Davis Nicholson (Lead)

During the Junior Men’s closing ceremonies, the junior men’s Sportsmanship award, as voted on by players and officials, and Coaching award, voted on by their coaching peers, were presented by Curl PEI Secretary Jane DiCarlo, with Jack MacFadyen from Team Snow winning the Sportsmanship award, and Team Schut coach Pat Quilty taking the Coaching honours.

Curl PEI Secretary Jane DiCarlo (left) with Sportsmanship Award winner Jack MacFadyen.

Curl PEI Secretary Jane DiCarlo (left) with Junior Men’s Coaching Award winner Pat Quilty

The Junior Women will play again at 2 pm (new time) after the Katie Shaw foursome beat their Cornwall clubmates the Rachel MacLean team 10-2 in seven ends in their first Championship Round game on Sunday. MacLean had won two of the three qualifying games and a win would have given her the title, but a deciding game will now take place.  A Shaw 4-ender in the seventh put the game out of reach for MacLean.

The winning Mitchell Schut Junior Men’s team, and the Junior Women’s championship team will each receive training time with Curl PEI Performance Director Peter Gallant as well as a keepsake gift.  The Canadian Junior Championships have been cancelled this year.

Results from the Pepsi Juniors are available at PEICurling.com/scoreboard

4 Junior Men’s and 3 Junior Women’s rinks took part in the Championships.

 

Pepsi Jrs. Ch’ship Round goes Sunday with Schut vs Snow (Jr. Men’s), MacLean vs Shaw (Jr. Women’s)

It’s down to the Sunday Championship Round at the Pepsi Provincial Junior Curling Championships at the Silver Fox in Summerside. Cornwall’s Team Mitchell Schut could have won the Junior Men’s title on Saturday evening with a win against their clubmates the Brayden Snow rink, but Snow won that final qualifier game in the Modified Triple Knockout event, scoring two triples and keeping Schut to singles in a 9-3 victory in the evening draw.

Team Snow (from Live-stream)

However, Schut, who won the other two sections, has a big advantage on Sunday, as a Championship Round win at either 10 am or 3 pm will give him the Junior Men’s title, while Snow would have to win both games.

Both teams live-stream their games on their respective Facebook pages.

Meanwhile, Cornwall’s Rachel MacLean rink has the same “double life” advantage as Schut, in the Junior Women’s Championship Round at the same times, while her opponent and clubmate, Katie Shaw would have to win both games to become champion. MacLean beat Shaw 9-2 in the Saturday evening “C” Qualifier, and also won the “A” event, while Shaw won the B.

Live results from the Pepsi Juniors are available at PEICurling.com/scoreboard

4 Junior Men’s and 3 Junior Women’s in the Pepsi Juniors.

The winning Junior Men’s and Women’s rinks on Sunday will each receive training time with Curl PEI Performance Director, Peter Gallant as well as a keepsake gift, but the Canadian Junior Championships have been cancelled this year.

Kim Dolan rink goes undefeated to repeat as PEI Senior Women’s champs

The Kim Dolan rink from the Cornwall Curling Club won 4 straight games this weekend, 11-4 against clubmate Shirley Berry, 7-4 against Montague’s June Moyaert, 10-2 against Cornwall’s Sandy Hope, and 7-4 against Berry in the “C” Qualifier on Saturday evening to repeat as PEI Senior Women’s Champions. The championship was held at the Silver Fox in Summerside. Team Dolan was curling with three players in this event, as Kathy O’Rourke is at the Scotties in Calgary where she is alternate for Team Birt. Dolan called the games and threw final stones, while Julie Scales was vice-skip and threw the first three rocks, and Susan MacInnis threw rocks 4-6. With 4 players, their lineup (skip to lead) is Dolan, McInnis, O’Rourke, and Scales.

Team Dolan will now advance to the Canadian Seniors, expected to be in December, at a venue yet to be announced.

Winning Dolan rink:

(L-R): Kim Dolan, Susan McInnis, Julie Scales

Kathy O’Rourke from the Dolan rink (currently at the Scotties)

The Shirley Berry team were the “finalist” team:

(L-R): Shirley Berry (skip), Karen Currie (third), Arleen Harris (lead), Gloria Turner (2nd)

 

Gorveatt rink goes undefeated again this year to win PEI Senior Men’s ch’ship

Just like last year, the Philip Gorveatt rink, curling this year out of the Montague Curling Club, swept their way to victory, going undefeated to win the PEI Senior Men’s Curling Championship, for curlers age 50 and over, at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside. This is Gorveatt’s fourth Seniors title in five years. They defeated the John Likely foursome, curling out of the Cornwall Curling Club this year, in all three modified triple knockout section finals, winning 9-3, 6-4, and 8-1, and making the Sunday championship round unnecessary. Seven teams took part in the competition. The Gorveatt rink will advance to the Canadian Seniors, expected to be in December at a venue yet to be announced.

Winning Gorveatt rink:

Left to right (skip to lead): Philip Gorveatt, Kevin Champion, Sean Ledgerwood, Mike Dillon, from the Montague Curling Club

Finalist Likely team:

Left to right (skip to lead): John Likely, Peter Gallant, Mark O’Rourke, Mark Butler from the Cornwall Curling Club

 

Pepsi Jrs: Schut and MacLean win 1st Qualifiers, play again in 9 am Sat. “B” Quals

The Pepsi Provincial Junior Men’s and Junior Women’s Curling Championships, for curlers in the Under 21 age category, continue today at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside, with four junior men’s and three junior women’s teams entered, playing ten-end games. There will be new champions this year as defending Junior champions the Lauren Ferguson junior women’s team from Cornwall, and the Tyler Smith foursome from the Charlottetown Curling Club are not back, as Ferguson is curling in Nova Scotia, while Smith has aged out of Juniors and competed as third stone on the winning PEI Tankard men’s team this year, skipped by Eddie MacKenzie. 

The Mitchell Schut and Rachel MacLean teams won the “A” Qualifiers in the modified triple knockout draw on Friday morning, with last year’s Junior Women’s finalist team, skipped by Rachel MacLean, fighting back from a 5-0 deficit after five ends against clubmate Ella Lenentine in her U21 debut to win the game 8-7, aided by a 4-point sixth end and single and double steals in the 9th and 10th ends respectively.

Lenentine lost 11-4 to clubmate Katie Shaw in the “B” semi-final. Shaw takes on MacLean in the “B” Qualifier this morning at 9.

Schut and Snow teams in “A” Qualifier. Photo from Team Snow Curling live-stream

On the Junior men’s side, last year’s finalist team, skipped by Mitchell Schut, won the “A” Qualifier  over Cornwall clubmate Brayden Snow and his team by a 9-5 score, helped out by an 8th end triple steal.

The two teams square off again at 9 this morning in the “B” Qualifier of the modified triple knockout draw.

The Team Snow and Team Schut Junior teams are live-streaming their games on their Facebook pages. 

Teams in both divisions are playing modified triple knockout draws, where the winning team from each section also gets to compete in the next section. If a team wins all three sections, they will win the event without a championship round. If a team wins two sections, they will advance to a championship game against the winner of the other section and will take the championship if they win the game. If the other team wins, there will be a second championship game, with the winner of that game. If there are three separate section winners, the team that played in the most section finals will earn a bye to the second championship game where they will face the winner of a game between the other two finalists.

Live results from the Pepsi Junior championships are available at PEICurling.com.

No spectators are permitted due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Previous PEI Juniors Championship winners and websites are at: peicurling.com/pei-curling-history/history-menu/provincial-juniors-winners-and-past-event-websites/

PEI Srs: Dolan one win away from repeat women’s title, Gorveatt and Likely square off again this morning in 2nd Men’s Qualifier

The PEI Senior Men’s and Women’s Championships, for curlers age 50 and over, continue Saturday at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside. The defending champion Kim Dolan rink from the Cornwall Curling Club is now just one win away from repeating as champs in the five-team women’s event. They captured the first of 3 qualifiers in the 5-team women’s championship round with a 7-4 win over Montague’s June Moyaert squad on Thursday evening, and picked up their second Qualifier win in the modified triple knockout draw on Friday evening, with a 10-2 victory over clubmates the Sandy Hope rink in six ends, leading 8-0 after three.

Team Dolan is curling with three players in this event, as Kathy O’Rourke is at the Scotties in Calgary where she is an alternate for Team Birt. Calgary. Dolan is calling the game and throwing final stones, while Julie Scales is vice-skip and throwing the first three rocks, and Susan MacInnis is throwing rocks 4-6. Dolan now faces the winner of a 2 pm game between clubmates Hope and Shirley Berry in the “C” Qualifier at 6:30.  If she wins that game she will have won all three sections, making the 2 game championship round on Sunday unnecessary. If she doesn’t win, her opponent in the championship round would have to win both games, while a win in either would give her the repeat title.

The 7-team men’s round “B” Qualifier goes at 9:30 Saturday morning with two-time defending champ Phil Gorveatt, playing out of Montague, again facing veteran John Likely, who is representing Cornwall. Gorveatt captured the “A” qualifier on Friday morning with a 9-3 win in six ends, leading 7-0 after two. A second section win would give Gorveatt a “double life” in the Sunday championship round at 10 and 3. The “C” qualifier goes at 6:30 pm Saturday.

Teams in both divisions are playing modified triple knockout draws, where the winning team from each section also gets to compete in the next section. If a team wins all three sections, they will win the event without a championship round. If a team wins two sections, they will advance to a championship game against the winner of the other section and will take the championship if they win the game. If the other team wins, there will be a second championship game, with the winner of that game going to the nationals. If there are three separate section winners, the team that played in the most section finals will earn a bye to the second championship game where they will face the winner of a game between the other two finalists.

Live results from the provincial Seniors are available at PEICurling.com.

No spectators are permitted due to COVID-19 restrictions.

PEI Srs: Defending champ Dolan wins 1st Sr. Women’s Qualifier, Gorveatt takes on Likely in Fri. morning Sr. Men’s A Qual.

Some familiar names from PEI Men’s, Women’s and Seniors competition are off to a good start at the PEI Senior Men’s and Women’s Championships, for curlers age 50 and over, at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside, with the defending champion Kim Dolan rink from the Cornwall Curling Club capturing the first of 3 qualifiers in the 5-team women’s championship round with a 7-4 win over Montague’s June Moyaert squad on Thursday evening. Team Dolan is curling with three players in this event, as Kathy O’Rourke is at the Scotties in Calgary where she is an alternate for Team Birt. Calgary. Dolan is calling the game and throwing final stones, while Julie Scales is vice-skip and throwing the first three rocks, and Susan MacInnis is throwing rocks 4-6. In the “A” semis, Dolan beat clubmate and last year’s finalist team Shirley Berry 11-4 in six ends, while Moyaert, trailing 5-3 after six, stole three consecutive ends including the extra in a 6-5 come-from-behind win over Cornwall’s Sandy Hope.

The 7-team men’s round “A” Qualifier goes at 9:30 Friday morning with two-time defending champ Phil Gorveatt, playing out of Montague, facing veteran John Likely, who is representing Cornwall. Gorveatt downed Freddy Fraser from the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton 10-4 in six ends in the “A” semi-finals, following a stolen Gorveatt five-ender in the 5th and a single-steal in the sixth. Likely, playing with well-known Tankard veterans Peter Gallant, Mark O’Rourke and Mark Butler, picked up a pair of lopsided wins on Friday, 11-2 over Team Cannon from the host club and 7-2 over last year’s finalist rink, Mark MacDonald from Cornwall, both in six ends.

Teams in both divisions will play modified triple knockout draws, where the winning team from each section also gets to compete in the next section. If a team wins all three sections, they will win the event without a championship round. If a team wins two sections, they will advance to a championship game against the winner of the other section and will take the championship if they win the game. If the other team wins, there will be a second championship game, with the winner of that game going to the nationals. If there are three separate section winners, the team that played in the most section finals will earn a bye to the second championship game where they will face the winner of a game between the other two finalists.

Live results from the provincial Seniors are available at PEICurling.com.

No spectators are permitted due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Previous PEI Seniors Championship winners and websites are at: https://peicurling.com/pei-curling-history/history-menu/provincial-seniors-winners-and-past-event-websites/

Draw Charts

(will not be updated during event – refer to live scoring for draw progression)

 

Schedule

Explanation for MA/WA and MB/WB:

1. If one team wins all three qualifiers: Championship Round is not required.

2. If one team wins two qualifiers. They play in both MA/WA and MB/WB (and win the event if they win either game), the other winner plays in MA/WB (and has to win both games).

3. Three separate winners: the team that played in the most qualifying games* plays in MB/WB and the other winners play off in MA/WB. If there is a tie in number of qualifying games played, then the team that qualified earliest goes to MB/WB and the other two teams play off in MA/WA

*Qualifying games have a yellow border on the schedule

Team Rosters

Senior Men’s TeamsSenior Women’s Teams
Team name: Dale Cannon
Skip: Dale Cannon (Throws 2nd)
Third: Glenn Rogers 
Second: Blair Jay (Throws 4th) 
Lead: Alan Montgomery
Club: Silver Fox Curling Club
Team name: Shirley Berry
Skip: Shirley Berry
Third: Karen Currie
Second: Gloria Turner
Lead: Arleen Harris
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Paul Deveau
Skip: Paul Deveau
Third: Ensor McNeill
Second: Robert Gallant
Lead: Shane MacClure
Alternate: Ian MacDonald
Club: Montague Curling Club
Team name: Kim Dolan
Skip: Kim Dolan
Vice-skip: Julie Scales,
throwing rocks 1-3
Second: Susan McInnis,
throwing rocks 4-6
 Kathy O’Rourke
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Freddy Fraser
Skip: Freddy Fraser
Third: Daryl MacDonald
Second: Glen Betts
Lead: Ian MacMillan
Club: Western Community Curling Club
Team name: Wendy Fraser
Skip: Wendy Fraser
Third: Sandra Jones
Second: Sandra Hardy
Lead: Darlene Gallant
Club: Maple Leaf Curling Club
Team name: Philip Gorveatt
Skip: Philip Gorveatt
Third: Kevin Champion
Second: Sean Ledgerwood
Lead: Mike Dillon
Club: Montague Curling Club
Team name: Sandy Hope
Skip: Sandy Hope
Third: Nancy MacFadyen
Second: Karen Hardy
Lead: Glennis Doiron
Coach’s Name: Bill Hope
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Bill Hope
Skip: Bill Hope
Third: Peter Murdoch
Second: David Murphy
Lead: Dario Zannier
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: June Moyaert
Skip: June Moyaert
Third: Bev Harding
Second: Sherren MacKinnon
Lead: Stephanie Perigoe
Club: Montague Curling Club
Team name: John Likely
Skip: John Likely
Third: Peter Gallant
Second: Mark O’Rourke
Lead: Mark Butler
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
 
Team name: Mark MacDonald
Skip: Mark MacDonald
Third: Garth Cudmore
Second: Allan Acorn
Lead: Edgar Coffin
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
 

 

Seven teams to compete for Pepsi Provincial Junior curling titles, 12 for PEI Seniors crowns, in Summerside

The Pepsi Provincial Junior Men’s and Junior Women’s Curling Championships, for curlers in the Under 21 age category, take place at the same time and venue as the PEI Senior Men and Senior Women’s championships, at the 6-sheet Silver Fox Curling Club from February 18-21, 2021 with four junior men’s and three junior women’s teams entered in the Pepsi Juniors, with seven Men’s and five women’s rinks entered in the Seniors, for curlers age 50 and over.

The Canadian Juniors is cancelled this year, but the PEI Seniors champs are scheduled to advance to the Canadian Seniors, with dates and venue yet to be announced (possible dates December 6-11, 2021).

Defending Junior champions the Lauren Ferguson junior women’s team from Cornwall, and the Tyler Smith foursome from the Charlottetown Curling Club are not back this year, as Ferguson is curling in Nova Scotia, while Smith has aged out of Juniors and competed as third stone on the winning PEI Tankard men’s team this year, skipped by Eddie MacKenzie. 

Two-time defending Senior Men’s Champ Phil Gorveatt, out of Montague this year, is back with last year’s team intact. The defending Senior Women’s champions, skipped by Kim Dolan, and representing Cornwall, are also back.

2020 Men’s champions (L-R): Craig Mackie representing Curl PEI, Phil Gorveatt, Kevin Champion, Sean Ledgerwood, Mike Dillon

2020 Women’s winners (L-R): Julie Scales, Kathy O’Rourke, Susan McInnis, Kim Dolan

The Pepsi Juniors play ten-end games, while the Seniors play eight ends.

Teams in both divisions and each event will play modified triple knockout draws, where the winning team from each section also gets to compete in the next section. If a team wins all three sections, they will win the event without a championship round. If a team wins two sections, they will advance to a championship game against the winner of the other section and will take the championship if they win the game. If the other team wins, there will be a second championship game, with the winner of that game going to the nationals. If there are three separate section winners, the team that played in the most section finals will earn a bye to the second championship game where they will face the winner of a game between the other two finalists.

Live results from the provincial Seniors and Pepsi Juniors championships will be available at PEICurling.com.

No spectators are permitted due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The Team Snow and Team Schut Junior teams have announced that they will be live-streaming their games on their Facebook pages. 

Previous PEI Juniors Championship winners and websites are at: peicurling.com/pei-curling-history/history-menu/provincial-juniors-winners-and-past-event-websites/

Previous PEI Seniors Championship winners and websites are at: https://peicurling.com/pei-curling-history/history-menu/provincial-seniors-winners-and-past-event-websites/

 

Draw Trees

(will not be updated during event – refer to live scoring for draw progression)


Schedule

Explanation for MA/WA and MB/WB:

1. If one team wins all three qualifiers: Championship Round is not required.

2. If one team wins two qualifiers. They play in both MA/WA and MB/WB (and win the event if they win either game), the other winner plays in MA/WB (and has to win both games).

3. Three separate winners: the team that played in the most qualifying games* plays in MB/WB and the other winners play off in MA/WB. If there is a tie in number of qualifying games played, then the team that qualified earliest goes to MB/WB and the other two teams play off in MA/WA

*Qualifying games have yellow border on the schedule

Team Rosters

Pepsi Juniors 

Junior Men’s TeamsJunior Women’s Teams
Team name: Isaiah Dalton
Skip: Isaiah Dalton
Third: Connor Bruce
Second: Sheamus Herlihy
Lead: Nate MacRae
Coach: A.J. Campbell
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Ella Lenentine
Skip: Ella Lenentine
Third: Erika Pater
Second: Kacey Gauthier
Lead: Mollie Shaw
Alternate: Makiya Noonan
Coach: Robbie Lenentine
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Brock Rochford
Skip: Brock Rochford
Third: Keegan Warnell
Second: Jack Chaisson
Lead: Levi Driscoll
Coach: Edward White
Club: Silver Fox Curling Club
Team name: Rachel MacLean
Skip: Rachel MacLean
Third: Sydney Howatt
Second: Amy Spence
Lead: Avery Nicholson
Coach: Carl Nicholson
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Mitchell Schut
Skip: Mitchell Schut (throws 3rd)
Third: Chase Macmillan (throws 4th)
Second: Cruz Pineau
Lead: Liam Kelly
Coach: Pat Quilty
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Katie Shaw
Skip: Katie Shaw
Third: Lexie Murray
Second: Alexis Burris
Lead: Izzy Tatlock
Alternate: Hayden Ford
Coach: David Murphy
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Brayden Snow
Skip: Brayden Snow
Third: Jack MacFadyen
Second: Liam Barbrick
Lead: Davis Nicholson
Coach: David MacFadyen
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
 

PEI Seniors

Senior Men’s TeamsSenior Women’s Teams
Team name: Dale Cannon
Skip: Dale Cannon (Throws 2nd)
Third: Glenn Rogers 
Second: Blair Jay (Throws 4th) 
Lead: Alan Montgomery
Club: Silver Fox Curling Club
Team name: Shirley Berry
Skip: Shirley Berry
Third: Karen Currie
Second: Gloria Turner
Lead: Arleen Harris
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Paul Deveau
Skip: Paul Deveau
Third: Ensor McNeill
Second: Robert Gallant
Lead: Shane MacClure
Alternate: Ian MacDonald
Club: Montague Curling Club
Team name: Kim Dolan
Skip: Kim Dolan
Third: Susan McInnis
Second: Kathy O’Rourke
Lead: Julie Scales
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Freddy Fraser
Skip: Freddy Fraser
Third: Daryl MacDonald
Second: Glen Betts
Lead: Ian MacMillan
Club: Western Community Curling Club
Team name: Wendy Fraser
Skip: Wendy Fraser
Third: Sandra Jones
Second: Sandra Hardy
Lead: Darlene Gallant
Club: Maple Leaf Curling Club
Team name: Philip Gorveatt
Skip: Philip Gorveatt
Third: Kevin Champion
Second: Sean Ledgerwood
Lead: Mike Dillon
Club: Montague Curling Club
Team name: Sandy Hope
Skip: Sandy Hope
Third: Nancy MacFadyen
Second: Karen Hardy
Lead: Glennis Doiron
Coach’s Name: Bill Hope
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: Bill Hope
Skip: Bill Hope
Third: Peter Murdoch
Second: David Murphy
Lead: Dario Zannier
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
Team name: June Moyaert
Skip: June Moyaert
Third: Bev Harding
Second: Sherren MacKinnon
Lead: Stephanie Perigoe
Club: Montague Curling Club
Team name: John Likely
Skip: John Likely
Third: Peter Gallant
Second: Mark O’Rourke
Lead: Mark Butler
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
 
Team name: Mark MacDonald
Skip: Mark MacDonald
Third: Garth Cudmore
Second: Allan Acorn
Lead: Edgar Coffin
Club: Cornwall Curling Club
 
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