2018 PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Ch’ships


Smith/Ferguson duo wins PEI Mixed Doubles Championship

The Crapaud Community Curling Club duo of Calvin Smith and Lauren Ferguson beat Cornwall’s Sydney Howatt and Nick Johnston team 6-4 this afternoon to win the 2018 PEI Mixed Doubles Championship, the two person version of curling that is now an Olympic sport. Smith/Ferguson won two of the three modified triple knockout sections, which gave them a “double life” in the 2 game championship round, as a win in either game would have given them the championship, but they did it on the first try. In the final game, they built up a 4-0 lead after three ends, taking a single, and stealing another single and a double. Howatt/Johnston came back with a pair of singles, and the teams traded deuces in ends six and seven, but the Cornwall team ran out of rocks in the final end.



Winning team: Lauren Ferguson and Calvin Smith

Finalists Sydney Howatt and Nick Johnston

Eight teams took part in the Provincial Mixed Doubles championship.

The 2018 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship takes place from March 29 to April 1 in Leduc Alberta. 

Charlottetown to host 2018 PEI Mixed Doubles Ch’ship

Eight teams are competing in the provincial championship for the Olympic sport of Mixed Doubles, for 2-person teams of one male and one female, taking place at the Charlottetown Curling Complex Feb. 9-11.  The winning team advances to the 2018 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship from March 29 to April 1 in Leduc Alberta. 

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Draw Tree

Modified Triple Knockout Format.

Draw tree will not be updated during event. Refer to Live Scoring for draw progression.


Date Time Draw Ice 1 Ice 2 Ice 3 Ice 4 Ice 5 
11 am 1 1 2 3 4  
4 pm 2 8 6 7 5  
7:15 pm 3   10 11 9  
9:30 am 4 15 13 14 12  
12:45 pm 5 17 16 18    
4 pm 6   20   19  
9:30 am 7     21    
12:45 pm 8   P1      
4 pm 9       P2  

Scenarios for P1/P2:
1. One team wins all three qualifiers: Championship Round is not required.

2. One team wins two qualifiers. They play in both X and Z (and win the event if they win either game), the other winner plays in Y (and has to win both games).

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

*Qualifying games have draw number are in yellow on the schedule

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