Seven Briers for four provinces: P.E.I native’s nomadic curling career continues (Journal)

A year ago, Adam Casey faced an uncertain curling future. Now the 30-year-old Seven Mile Bay native has made history and is in the thick of things at the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier. Adam Casey in action with Manitoba’s Jason … Continue reading

PEI pushes Newfoundland/Labrador to the limit, NB loses to NWT at Tim Hortons Brier (Curling Canada)

KINGSTON, Ont. – They came into the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, as the 2019 world senior curling champions and Wednesday morning they showed age has to be respected as they threw a scare into one of the pre-tournament … Continue reading

New Curling Canada rule allows curlers to compete in Brier/Scotties for the province in which they were born (CBC PEI)

Residency rule changes by Curling Canada this season now allow curlers to compete for teams from either the province in which they live or the one in which they were born. In addition, because of the [2018] free agency rule, rinks are … Continue reading

Game tied after 5 ends, but Team PEI loses 11-8 to Team NL

Team NL (Brad Gushue with PEI’s Brett Gallant) beat Team Cochrane (Cornwall PEI) 11-8 in 9 ends this morning at the Brier in Kingston. Gushue moves to 5-1 and into the championship round, while PEI, who wrap up the round … Continue reading

Team PEI, this time against NL (with Islander Gallant) is TSN Feature Game at the Brier for 3rd consecutive morning

It’s happening again — TSN has announced that Team PEI, skipped by Ontario’s Bryan Cochrane, is their feature game at 10 am Atlantic Wednesday morning, making it three televised mornings in a row for the rink representing the Cornwall Curling … Continue reading

Game timers needed for PEI Curling Club Ch’ships at Ch’town this weekend

Game timers are needed for the PEI Curling Club Championships this weekend at the Charlottetown Curling Club, and they are calling on those from other clubs who have timing experience to assist. If you can volunteer, call the CCC at … Continue reading

Manitoba Miracle in win over PEI (Curling Canada)

THE GUNNER DELIVERS HIGHLIGHT-REEL GAME-WINNER AT TIM HORTONS BRIER KINGSTON, Ont. – Call it a Manitoba miracle, a huge stroke of luck or just another incredible shot by the gunslinger, Jason Gunnlaugson. However it is termed, Gunnlaugson’s last-rock double raise, … Continue reading

Gushue (3-1), with PEI’s Gallant, gambles with 9th end blank and beats Jacobs at Tim Hortons Brier (Curling Canada)

KINGSTON, Ont. – Blank ends are not often looked at as game-changing situations, but a decision to blank the ninth end on Monday evening led to Brad Gushue’s 7-6 win over Brad Jacobs of Northern Ontario at the Tim Hortons … Continue reading

Team PEI beats Quebec to improve to 2-2 at the Tim Hortons Brier (Curling Canada)

In the Monday afternoon draw at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston, Bryan Cochrane of Prince Edward Island (Cornwall, 2-2) scored two in nine and stole a pair in 10 to beat Alek Bédard of Quebec (Lacolle/Boucherville/Glenmore, 1-3) 7-4.  Curling … Continue reading

Western Community Curling Club hosting Syngenta 2020 PEI U18 Ch’ships, starting Fri. morning

The Syngenta 2020 PEI Under 18 Curling Championships take place March 6-8 at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, with three girl’s and three boy’s teams taking part, including two-time defending boy’s champs the Mitchell Schut rink, and the … Continue reading

Curl PEI welcomes new title sponsor Syngenta for the PEI Under 18 Curling Championships

Curl PEI is pleased to welcome Syngenta as the title sponsor for the PEI Under 18 Curling Championships. “Curling fans across the province know that giving your best on the ice starts by fostering a love of sport from a … Continue reading

Nova Scotia opens Monday with win over PEI at the Brier (Curling Canada)

KINGSTON, Ont. – Jamie Murphy and his Nova Scotia crew know they’re in tough to advance out of their pool, but remained in the thick of the fight as of Monday morning at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI. … Continue reading

Montague Curling Rink to host PEI Under 13 Open Curling Ch’ship, starting Friday afternoon

  The Montague Curling Rink will play host to Curl PEI’s championship event for its youngest curlers — those under the age of 13 years, from March 6-8, with seven teams entered. This is an “open” event with any combination … Continue reading

Charlottetown Curling Club hosting 2020 PEI Curling Club Ch’ships, starting Friday morning

The 2020 PEI Curling Club Championships, featuring the winning men’s and women’s teams from individual club playdowns, take place March 6-10 at the Charlottetown Curling Club. Curl PEI is pleased to welcome their newest affiliated curling club, the Souris Curling … Continue reading

Brayden Snow rink wins U16 “A” final, Nathaniel Shaw squad captures “B” section, Brock Rochford team takes “C”

The eleven-team PEI Under 16 Curling Championships wrapped up Sunday afternoon at the Charlottetown Curling Club, with the Brayden Snow rink from the host club going undefeated to win the “A” division, beating the Ella Lenentine foursome from Cornwall in … Continue reading

Curl PEI Youth Jamboree – Enter by March 7th

The Curl PEI Youth Jamboree takes place at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. Date: March 28, 2020 Entry Deadline: March 7, 2020 Entry Fee: $40 Info: aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca Enter at: https://peicurling.com/eventschships/competitions/entry-form/ Entry Form … Continue reading

Cochrane loses to Brad Jacobs, SK fights back from 5-1 deficit to beat NB at the Tim Hortons Brier (Curling Canada)

James Grattan of New Brunswick (Oromocto 1-1) tangled with Matt Dunstone of Saskatchewan (Regina, 1-1) in Draw 3 of the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI. Gratton and his team dominated the first half of the game, building a 5-1 … Continue reading

Snow wins close game over Jack to advance to 1 pm PEI U16 “A” Final

There were three very close games on Sunday morning at the Charlottetown Curling Club as the PEI Under 16 Open Curling Championships came down to its final day, with the second “A” and “B” semi-finals, and the second of three … Continue reading

Photos from 2nd Semi-Final Draw at PEI U16 Ch’ship

Here is a photo gallery from the Sunday morning draw at the PEI Under 16 Ch’ships at Charlottetown, with the second A and B division semi-final matches, and the second of three round robin games in the C division. Click … Continue reading

Bryan Cochrane and Team PEI open with a win at Tim Hortons Brier (Curling Canada)

In the Saturday evening draw at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston, the Bryan Cochrane rink representing Prince Edward Island (Cornwall, 1-0) scored five in the sixth end to beat Jake Higgs of Nunavut (Iqaluit, 0-1) 9-4. Meanwhile, Brendan Bottcher … Continue reading

Islanders Casey and Gallant both in TSN Feature Games today

TSN has announced Sunday’s Tim Hortons Brier Feature Games, which include New Brunswick’s Team Grattan at 10 am, Team Manitoba with Islander Adam Casey at 3 pm, and Team Newfoundland and Labrador with PEI’s Brett Gallant at 8 pm. In … Continue reading

Ella Lenentine rink makes big comeback to remain unbeaten and advance to PEI U16 “A” division Ch’ship game

The Ella Lenentine team from the Cornwall Curling Club were trailing 5-1 after five ends in their PEI U16 “A” section semi-final game this afternoon in Charlottetown against the Samuel Shaw rink from Montague, with the Shaw squad using their … Continue reading

U16 Championship photo gallery

Here is a gallery of photos from the Saturday draws of the PEI Under 16 Curling Championships at the Charlottetown Curling Club. Ten of the eleven teams (the Clara Jack rink from Cornwall weren’t in the Saturday draws) were in … Continue reading

Islanders proud to play for P.E.I. at Tim Hortons Brier (Guardian)

Morgan Currie will curl for Prince Edward Island tonight at the Tim Hortons Brier for the first time ever. “It’s really a surreal experience,” the Ottawa resident said earlier this week while preparing for the men’s national curling championship in … Continue reading

Team PEI’s schedule and team info for the Tim Hortons Brier

Team PEI, skipped by Ontario’s Bryan Cochrane, with Island natives Ian MacAulay and Morgan Currie, and 10-time PEI representative at the Brier Mark O’Rourke, opens play at 8 pm Saturday against Nunavut at the Tin Hortons Brier in Kingston Ontario. … Continue reading

PEI’s Adam Casey, representing Manitoba, returns to Brier (Journal Pioneer)

Adam Casey is returning to the Tim Hortons Brier. The Seven Mile Bay native is the second stone with the Jason Gunnlaugson rink, which defeated Mike McEwen 7-4 in the Manitoba provincial final on Sunday. Seven Mile Bay native Adam … Continue reading

PEI curling veteran Mark O’Rourke ready for his 11th Brier (National Post)

After trying to recruit younger players to help with the heavy sweeping, Team Cochrane, representing PEI at the Brier, struck a golden deal with Mark O’Rourke, a 10-time P.E.I. men’s champion as a second or lead with 10 years of … Continue reading

PEI Under 16 Curling Championship starts Friday afternoon in Charlottetown

The 2020 PEI U16 Championships, with eleven teams taking part, will be contested at the Charlottetown Curling Club from February 28 to March 1st. The event is “Open Division” this year, with any combination of boys and/or girls on a … Continue reading

After 17-year gap, 62-year-old Bryan Cochrane ready to rock again at the Brier (National Post)

If a 42-year-old Zamboni driver and kidney transplant recipient can become the oldest goalie to win his NHL regular-season debut, can a 62-year-old whistle-blowing, senior-division curler who has had 41 surgeries on his vocal cords capture the Tim Hortons Brier … Continue reading

Souris Curling Club at Eastern Kings Sportsplex holding Annual Lobster Trap Bonspiel April 3-5 (Entry form added)

The Souris Curling Club’s Annual Lobster Trap Bonspiel will be held on April 3, 4 and 5, 2020 at the Eastern Kings Sportsplex in Souris. Registration is $160.00 per team and must be paid in full by March 10, 2020 … Continue reading

Regular Curling Results from PEI 55+ Games

Here are the regular curling winners from the 55 Plus Games in Summerside. Stick curling gets underway on Thursday. Men’s Curling Gold Medalists: Skip- Phil McInnis, David Murphy, Alan Long, Doug MacGregor Silver: Garth Cudmore, Larry Cudmore, Hans Wicki, and … Continue reading

Upstreet Funspiel, March 13-14 in Crapaud

Be sure to sign up now for the Upstreet Funspiel, March 13-14 at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, with entertainment on Friday by “Just Cuz”. Entry fee of $140 per 4 person team guarantees 3 six-end games, dinner, and a … Continue reading

Hurry, hard! Summerside hosts 55+ Winter Games (Journal)

Sports and leisure competitions were in full swing Tuesday, as the 2020 Vogue Optical P.E.I. 55+ Winter Games continued in Summerside. Joanne Durant, left, and Eugene Murphy of the Cornwall Curling Club hurried hard down the ice at the Silver … Continue reading

Newson rink wins third consecutive provincial mixed curling title (Journal)

The Jamie Newson rink started their pursuit of a third consecutive P.E.I. provincial mixed fours curling championship in O’Leary Friday with a loss. The front end on the Jamie Newson rink, Miranda Ellis and Andrew MacDougall, relay to their skip … Continue reading

PEI well-represented at the Brier with Team PEI and Islanders Brett Gallant and Adam Casey

Prince Edward Island is well-represented at the Tim Hortons Brier this year, with Team PEI, along with Islanders Brett Gallant on Team Newfoundland and Labrador, and Adam Casey on Team Manitoba. From Curling Canada, here is a look at these … Continue reading

Tim Hortons Brier starts Friday evening in Kingston with the Wild Card game (Curling Canada)

Calgary’s Kevin Koe will be in the spotlight when the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, gets underway on Saturday at the Leon’s Centre in Kingston, Ont. Calgary’s Kevin Koe is taking aim at a record fifth Tim Hortons Brier … Continue reading

Stick Curling schedule for Vogue Optical PEI 55+ Games in S’Side

The City of Summerside is hosting the 2020 Vogue Optical 55+ Winter Games. The event continues through the 29th. Events include hockey, curling, stick curling, darts, cribbage, bowling, walking, skating, swimming, and many more! Here is the stick curling schedule: … Continue reading

Team PEI curling team arrives at the Special Olympics Winter Games in Thunder Bay, Ont.

Thirty-eight athletes from Team PEI are competing in the Special Olympics Winter Games in Thunder Bay, Ont. this week, starting with the opening ceremonies on Tuesday. Island athletes are competing in seven events including 5-pin bowling, cross-country skiing, curling, figure … Continue reading

PEI Under 16 Curling Championship starts Friday afternoon in Charlottetown

The 2020 PEI U16 Championships, with eleven teams taking part, will be contested at the Charlottetown Curling Club from February 28 to March 1st. The event is “Open Division” this year, with any combination of boys and/or girls on a … Continue reading

Jamie Newson rink wins third consecutive PEI Mixed Championship

It’s a “three-peat” for the Jamie Newson rink from the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside, capturing their third consecutive PEI Mixed Curling Championship, edging Crapaud’s Nick Blanchard team 7-6 this afternoon at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary. … Continue reading

Montague looking for another team for this weekend’s Hogwild spiel

HOGWILD SPIEL Feb. 28 and 29 6 End games. Guaranteed 3 games, great prizes to be won. Open to either men’s, women’s or mixed teams. This is a 19 and over event. Hogged rock –  pay a dollar to the … Continue reading

Curling schedule for Vogue Optical PEI 55+ Games, starting today in S’Side

The City of Summerside is set to host the 2020 Vogue Optical 55+ Winter Games. The event will take place today through the 29th. Events will include, hockey, curling, stick curling, darts, cribbage, bowling, walking, skating, swimming, and many more! … Continue reading

Newson wins B and C qualifiers and needs just one more win for a 3rd consecutive PEI Mixed title

It was a super Sunday for two-time defending PEI Mixed champion Jamie Newson and his Silver Fox team, winning both the B and C qualifying games, over “A” qualifier Nick Blanchard of Crapaud, for the Monday championship round at the … Continue reading

PEI’s Lauren Ferguson joining Nova Scotia’s Taylour Stevens junior rink for next season

Team Taylour Stevens, reigning Nova Scotia Junior Champions, and Canadian Junior bronze medallists (8-2 final championship pool standings) this year, is excited to announce that Lauren Ferguson from PEI will be joining their team for next season.  Lauren is from … Continue reading

Jay/Bernard win Doubles Bonspiel at the Fox

The 2nd annual Doubles Bonspiel, sponsored by Cavendish Farms, was held this weekend at the Silver Fox. Thanks to organizers including Jean Matheson, Blair Jay, and Chuck Jay, for all the help in organizing the day, and, to the amazing ice … Continue reading

Everest named new title sponsor for Canadian Curling Club Ch’ships, set for Ottawa in 2020 (Curling Canada)

A long-time partner with Curling Canada is expanding its curling portfolio. Everest Funeral Concierge will be the title sponsor of the 2020 Canadian Curling Club Championships, which will be played for the second time at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf … Continue reading

Update: Room for more curlers at Dale Adams Memorial Under 13 “Friendship” Spiel Feb. 29 in O’Leary

Hello Young Curling folks There is still room for a team or two for the U13 Friendship Spiel in O’Leary this upcoming Saturday Details are in the poster below.  Three 4 end games, some off ice games, hot lunch included. … Continue reading

Meet Uttara Deshpande, curling’s unlikely champion (CTV News)

  Uttara Despande and Sandra Walker posing as 2019 Canadian Women’s Stick Curling Champions in Cornwall, P.E.I.  HALIFAX — Everyone has a story and Uttara Deshpande’s is truly a remarkable one. Spoiler alert: it comes with a uniquely Canadian twist. … Continue reading

Adult Learn To Curl in PEI – a Curling Day in Canada story from Chris MacDougall

In January 2017 I started curling with my spouse and six other friends. Having not curled before we signed up for an 8 week learn to curl program facilitated by Curl PEI along with 44 other participants. The program was … Continue reading

PEI Mixed Ch’ship: Nick Blanchard wins “A” qualifier and takes on defending champ Jamie Newson in the “B”

The Nick Blanchard rink from the Crapaud Community Curling Club has won the first of three qualifiers for the championship round, and will take on the two-time defending champion Jamie Newson team from the Silver Fox club in Summerside at … Continue reading

‘Amazing’: Two Maritimers celebrate world women’s junior curling title (CBC)

Two Maritimers are part of the top junior women’s curling team in the world. Truro’s Karlee Burgess and Lauren Lenentine of New Dominion, P.E.I., represented Canada on the Manitoba team skipped by Mackenzie Zacharias. Nova Scotia’s Karlee Burgess, second from right, and P.E.I.’s … Continue reading

Brock Rochford rink wins Pepsi U16 Development League

  The season wrapped up today for the Pepsi Under 16 Development League at the Cornwall Curling Club, with 8 teams from a number of PEI curling clubs taking part. Thanks to the teams for participating, and good luck in … Continue reading

PEI’s Lauren Lenentine and Team Zacharias win World Junior Gold!

Congratulations to PEI’s Lauren Lenentine and Team Zacharias, who beat Team Korea 7-5 this morning to win the World Junior Curling Championship in Russia!  You can watch the game replay at https://youtu.be/BxvgHNwXiMU … Continue reading

MacFadyen advances to 2 pm Sat. PEI Mixed “A” Qualifier — will face Blanchard or Koke

The first of three modified triple knockout qualifiers for the championship round will be determined in the 1 pm Saturday draw at the PEI Mixed (Fours) championship being played at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary. The Alex MacFadyen … Continue reading

PEI eliminated from Scotties playoffs when Suzanne Birt narrowly misses tying triple and scores two (Curling Canada)

MOOSE JAW, Sask. – Too many of these whiz-bang, wild-west finishes can actually age a person. “We always seem to make it really exciting at the end,’’ sighed Northern Ontario skip Krista McCarville.  “Puts a few more wrinkles on my … Continue reading

PEI’s Lenentine goes for World Jr Gold!

(Curl Manitoba) Jacques Gauthier and Mackenzie Zacharias (with Lauren Lenentine) will both be playing in the finals of the World Junior Curling Championships! Gauthier faces Switzerland tonight at 8 pm and Zacharias will face off with Korea Saturday at 1 am. … Continue reading

Canadian Women and Men secure semi-final berths at World Jr. Ch’ships (Curling Canada)

Canada’s playoff aspirations have come to fruition at the 2020 World Junior Curling Championships from Krasnoyarsk, Russia as both the women’s and men’s representatives have earned their way into official medal contention.  The Altona Curling Club’s Mackenzie Zacharias downed Denmark’s … Continue reading

Canada, Korea, Russia qualify for World Jr Women’s semis (WCF)

Russia’s 9-3 win over Norway in Thursday (20 February) morning’s second-last session of women’s round-robin play at the World Junior Curling Championships 2020, being staged in the Crystal Ice Arena, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, gave them a place in the semi-finals, alongside … Continue reading

Nine teams competing in O’Leary for 2020 PEI Mixed (fours) title starting Friday

The Curl PEI Provincial Mixed (fours) Curling Championship will take place Feb. 21-24 2020 at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary, with nine teams representing five curling clubs taking part. Click for end by end results The two-time defending … Continue reading

Sport PEI Awards: Curler Brett Gallant wins Sr. Male Athlete of the Year and Lieut. Governor’s award

It was a great night for Brett Gallant at the Sport PEI Awards in Charlottetown, winning both the Cox & Palmer Senior Male Athlete of the Year and the Lieutenant Governor’s Award. Brett is in St. John’s NL preparing for … Continue reading

Islanders move on to Championship Pool (Final 8) at the Scotties, NS/BC in tiebreaker (Curling Canada)

MOOSE JAW, Sask. – Suzanne Birt and her P.E.I. team get to sleep in Thursday morning while Mary-Anne Arsenault of Nova Scotia and Corryn Brown of B.C. will be up early for a rematch to determine the final team from … Continue reading

PEI’s Team Birt improves to 3-2 after win over NL today (Curling Canada)

Suzanne Birt of P.E.I. (Montague; 3-2) stole four points, including three in the eighth, to cruise to a 9-3 win over Erica Curtis of Newfoundland-Labrador (St. John’s; 1-4) in the Scotties in Moose Jaw today. Marie Christianson (Photo credit: Clement … Continue reading

Canada’s Team Zacharias with PEI’s Lauren Lenentine beats Russia, Hungary, to move into 3-way tie for 2nd at World Jrs

Norway recorded their first win at the World Junior Curling Championships 2020 when they defeated Switzerland, by 8-7, in Monday (17 February) afternoon’s fourth session of women’s round-robin play in the Crystal Ice Arena, Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Canada beat Russia by … Continue reading

Special Olympics Sendoff Party at Ch’town

Come out on Thursday February 20th at 5:30 pm and help us send off Special Olympics Team PEI from the Charlottetown Curling Club. They will represent PEI at the Canada Winter Games in Thunder Bay On. February 25 to the … Continue reading

Jones gets by Birt in extra (Curling Canada)

In Scotties play Monday evening,  Jennifer Jones and her Wild Card team (Winnipeg; 3-1) required an extra end to finally subdue Suzanne Birt and P.E.I. (Montague; 2-2) 9-8. Birt (Clement Roy photo) Jones (Clement Roy photo)  Click to read the … Continue reading

Phil Gorveatt runs table to repeat as Seniors Men’s Champ, Kim Dolan takes the women’s title

The Phil Gorveatt team from the Charlottetown Curling Club went undefeated, winning all three qualifiers to capture the PEI Senior Men’s Curling Championship Monday at the Cornwall Curling Club, without having to play a championship round. The Mark MacDonald foursome … Continue reading

Birt beats Homan in extra end at Scotties (Curling Canada)

P.E.I. with Suzanne Birt at the helm (Montague; 2-1) produced a big win in knocking off Ontario and Rachel Homan (Ottawa; 2-1) 9-8 in an extra end last evening. Birt (Clement Roy photo) Click to read the draw report from … Continue reading

Watch Team Zacharias vs Russia on YouTube

Team Zacharias with PEI’s Lauren Lenentine were  2-1 after two days of play at the World Juniors. Early this morning they played Russia at 2 pm local time. You can watch here (saved for later viewing) youtu.be/a3PmhRvK7GI … Continue reading

Team Zacharias, with PEI’s Lauren Lenentine, picks up wins over Sweden and Norway in World Juniors (WCF)

In Sunday (16 February) evening’s women’s third session, in Krasnoyarsk’s Crystal Ice Arena, Korea won the battle of the undefeated sides, 7-1 against Denmark, to remain at the top of the rankings alongside Japan and Russia. Korea defeated Denmark, 7-1, … Continue reading

Team Birt photos from Scotties Draw 4, courtesy of Clement Roy

Here are photos which include PEI’s Suzanne Birt rink, from  Draw Four of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw. Photo credit: Clement Roy. Team Birt won their game in that draw 7-3 over Nova Scotia to go to … Continue reading

Team Birt photos from Scotties Draw 1, courtesy of Clement Roy

Here are photos which include PEI’s Suzanne Birt rink, from  Draw One of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw. Photo credit: Clement Roy. Team Birt lost their game in that draw 7-5 to BC.  Click for a story … Continue reading

Dolan, defending men’s champ Gorveatt both unbeaten and 1 win away from 2020 PEI Seniors titles

Play continued Sat. and Sun. at the PEI Seniors Curling Championships in Cornwall, with eight men’s and four women’s teams competing to advance to the 2020 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships, March 16-22 at the Portage Curling Club in Portage la Prairie, … Continue reading

Kim Dolan and defending champ Phil Gorveatt capture 1st qualifiers in PEI Seniors

Play got underway Friday at the PEI Seniors Curling Championships in Cornwall, with eight men’s and four women’s teams competing to advance to the 2020 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships, March 16-22 at the Portage Curling Club in Portage la Prairie, Man. … Continue reading

PEI Seniors Ch’ships – Draw 1 Photo Gallery

Here is a gallery of photos from this morning’s 1st draw of the PEI Seniors Curling Championships at the Cornwall Curling Club. Click on a picture to enlarge and use arrows or swipe to go ahead/back. … Continue reading

PEI Mixed Doubles champs Jenny and Edward White swept away by love after meeting at a curling rink (Guardian)

You could say the love between Jenny MacLean and Edward White is rock solid. After meeting on the curling ice seven years ago, they have been celebrating their love of the game and each other ever since. Just a year … Continue reading

Canadian Junior Curlers, including PEI’s Lauren Lenentine, Shooting for Gold in Russia (Curling Canada)

A pair of Manitoba teams will aim to mine gold in Siberia, as the 2020 World Junior Curling Championships get underway in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Jacques Gauthier’s team from Winnipeg (vice-skip Jordan Peters, second Brayden Payette, lead Zack Bilawka, alternate Thomas Dunlop, coach … Continue reading

Nine teams competing in O’Leary for 2020 PEI Mixed (fours) title starting Feb. 21

The Curl PEI Provincial Mixed (fours) Curling Championship will take place Feb. 21-24 2020 at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary, with nine teams representing five curling clubs taking part. Click for end by end results The two-time defending … Continue reading

PEI Seniors Ch’ships start Friday in Cornwall

The 2020 PEI Seniors Curling Championships, with male and female divisions for curlers age 50 and over, are set for the Cornwall Curling Club, from February 14-18, with four women’s and eight men’s teams signed up, including the defending champions, … Continue reading

Final Reminder: U13 and U18 PEI Curling Ch’ships entry deadlines are Friday

Curlers are reminded of the following Curl PEI provincial championship entry deadlines for  February, All entries must be made online at PEICurling.com. PEI UNDER 18 CURLING CH’SHIPS Location: Western CCC Date: March 6-10, 2020 Entry Deadline: February 14, 2020 Entry … Continue reading

Curler Brett Gallant a finalist for Sr. Male Athlete of the Year at Sport PEI awards

Mark Arendz, Kyle Baillie, and curler Brett Gallant are the finalists for the 2019 Cox & Palmer Senior Male Athlete of the Year. The award winners will be honoured on Wednesday February 19th, 2020 at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall in … Continue reading

Team Birt round robin schedule at the Scotties

Michelle McQuaid (left), Suzanne Birt, and Meaghan Hughes at last year’s Scotties, against Team Wild Card. Missing from photo is third Marie Christianson. Photo courtesy of Clement Roy.   Here is PEI’s schedule at the Scotties (Atlantic time): Draw Started … Continue reading

Scotties starts Saturday in Moose Jaw (Curling Canada)

A chance to represent Canada on the world stage, and a significant step toward the 2022 Winter Olympics, will be on the line when the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts gets underway Saturday at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw, Sask. From left, … Continue reading

Pictures updated: Barwise/Smith and Clarke/Stavert win Ferguson-Logan Montague Funeral Home PEI Stick Ch’ship divisions

The Ferguson-Logan Montague Funeral Home PEI Stick Curling Championships wrapped up Thursday afternoon at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary with the duo of Sherill Barwise and Bill Smith from the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton winning the … Continue reading

Barnone Funspiel now Feb. 21-22 at Crapaud

The Barnone Funspiel, open to curlers and non-curlers, us now being held Feb. 21 (evening) and 22 (all day) at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, with prizes, pizza, a Friday night dance, and 3 six-end games per team. Entry fee … Continue reading

Field, Pools set for 2020 Tim Hortons Brier in Kingston, Ont. (Curling Canada)

Two hungry teams nailed down the final direct-entry berths into the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, on Sunday. Brendan Bottcher of Edmonton captured the Alberta championship while Jason Gunnlaugson of Morris won the Manitoba championship to qualify for the … Continue reading

Curler, curling supporters to be inducted into PEI Business Hall of Fame

Junior Achievement of Prince Edward Island has announced the three business leaders who will formally be inducted into the P.E.I. Business Hall of Fame on May 20. They are, from left, Liam Dolan, Peter MacDonald and Dan MacIsaac, who gathered … Continue reading

Team White wins PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Ch’ship final over Newson/Ellis duo (pictures added)

The Jenny and Edward White couple from the host Silver Fox Curling Club has won the PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, defeating clubmates Jamie Newson and Miranda Ellis Monday afternoon by an 8-3 score in seven ends in a winner-take-all … Continue reading

O’Leary, Cornwall teams prevail at provincial stick ch’ships (Journal)

It was an all-O’Leary final in the Open Division of the Ferguson-Logan Montague Funeral Home P.E.I. provincial stick curling championships at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary on Thursday. Audrey Callaghan, foreground, and Bernie Field await direction from their … Continue reading

Team White wins PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Ch’ship final over Newson/Ellis duo

The Jenny and Edward White couple from the host Silver Fox Curling Club has won the 17-team PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, defeating clubmates Jamie Newson and Miranda Ellis Monday afternoon by an 8-3 score in seven ends in a … Continue reading

Get your Curling Day in Canada 2020 shirt today!

Get your Curling Day in Canada 2020 shirt today!  All proceeds to support youth curling programs across Canada. From introductory floor and ice experiences to Curling Canada’s U-18 and Junior Championships, and every stage in between, your purchase today will … Continue reading

Newson/Ellis win PEI Mixed Dbls “C” qualifier and 1st Ch’ship game to force winner-take-all match at 4 pm vs Team White

It’s down to one sudden-death championship game, between two host club teams, at 4 pm in the 17-team PEI Mixed Doubles Championship at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside. The Jamie Newson and Miranda Ellis duo hope to make … Continue reading

Successful U13 Funspiel held at Cornwall

(click photo to enlarge) On behalf of the Cornwall Curling Club Junior program, I would like to extend a very warm thank-you to all the curlers, parents, coaches and volunteers, as well as the sponsors for the Under 13 Funspiel … Continue reading

Today (Feb. 10) is registration deadline for all events, incl. curling, stick curling at Vogue Optical PEI 55+ Games in S’Side

The City of Summerside is set to host the 2020 Vogue Optical 55+ Winter Games. The event will take place the week of February 24th to the 29th. Events will include, hockey, curling, stick curling, darts, cribbage, bowling, walking, skating, … Continue reading

U13 and U18 PEI Curling Ch’ships entry deadlines are Friday

Curlers are reminded of the following Curl PEI provincial championship entry deadlines for  February, All entries must be made online at PEICurling.com. PEI UNDER 18 CURLING CH’SHIPS Location: Western CCC Date: March 6-10, 2020 Entry Deadline: February 14, 2020 Entry … Continue reading

Busy weekend ahead for PEI Curling

There’s a busy weekend of PEI Curling coming up, with three funspiels and the Provincial Seniors Championship all starting Friday. Consult PEICurling.com’s event calendar for all the details. … Continue reading

Reminder: Opening draws for annual Charlottetown/Cornwall daytime curlers exchange at Ch’town on Tues.

  The annual daytime curlers exchange between the Cornwall and Charlottetown curling clubs is at Charlottetown this year, and gets underway with the first draw at 9:30 am on Tuesday, Feb. 11, with teams made up that combine curlers from … Continue reading

Interview with PEI’s Adam Casey, 2nd on the winning Manitoba Men’s Ch’ship team heading to the Brier

Here is an interview with PEI’s Adam Casey, second stone on the Jason Gunnlaugson team, which won the Manitoba men’s championship Sunday, and will be advancing to the Tim Horton’s Brier, Feb. 29 to March 9 at Leon’s Centre, Kingston … Continue reading