PEI’s O’Connor/Abraham duo lose nationals opener. 1 pm Wed. game to be on CBC Live Stream

The Cornwall Curling Club duo of Rachel O’Connor and Ryan Abraham lost their opener by a 10-4 on Tuesday night at the Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Fredericton NB to the  Danielle Schmiemann/Jason Ginter twosome from Edmonton. The PEI … Continue reading

Nowlan and Berry rinks win Maritime Masters Championships

The Silver Fox rink of Lou Nowlan, David MacFadyen, Earle Proude, and Alan Montgomery has won the men’s division of the Maritime Masters Curling Championship at the Riverside Country Club in Rothesay NB, with a 4-1 win-loss record. The Cornwall … Continue reading

2019 Everest Canadian Seniors Ch’ships start Friday in Chilliwack B.C. (Curling Canada)

A star-studded field of Canadian and World champions, as well as an Olympic medallist, will open play Friday at the 2019 Everest Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships at the brand new Chilliwack Curling and Community Centre in Chilliwack, … Continue reading

PEI’s O’Connor and Abraham in Canadian Mixed Doubles Ch’ship, starting this evening in Fredericton (Curling Canada)

The 2019 Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship begins on Tuesday at 7 pm after the completion of the university and college events. While it’s the first time the national championship has been held in Fredericton, the city hosted the World Mixed … Continue reading

Dal teams out in semis at University Ch’ships (Curling Canada)

FREDERICTON (U SPORTS) – The men’s final at the 2019 U SPORTS/Curling Canada Curling Championships will be one for the birds, literally. The Carleton Ravens will face the Memorial Sea-Hawks. Meanwhile, the women’s final will feature Ontario rivals Laurentian and … Continue reading

PEI beats Manitoba, loses to BC to go to 1-3 at Canadian Firefighters

The rink of Alan Brown, Will Callbeck, Mike MacRae, and Winston Bryan, from the Charlottetown Fire Department, picked up their first win in Monday play at the 60th Annual Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship in Kelowna, BC. The Island team … Continue reading

Registration reminder for Saturday’s Youth Jamboree in Ch’town

This is a reminder to register for the Youth Jamboree this Saturday in Charlottetown.  It will start about 9 am and run until about 3 pm.  Please let Amy know at aduncan@sportpei.pe.ca if you have a team that is interested … Continue reading

Quilty wins Gold, Smith takes Bronze at U25 Mixed Doubles test event in Fredericton

Curling Canada is testing two possible future events, Under 25 and Under 18 Mixed Doubles, at the Willie O’Ree Centre in Fredericton NB. Each test event had eight teams. The U18, which includes PEI’s Mitchell Schut and Lauren Ferguson duo, … Continue reading

PEI 0-2 at Canadian Firefighters

The rink of Alan Brown, Will Callbeck, Mike MacRae, and Winston Bryan, from the Charlottetown Fire Department, are still looking for their first win at the 60th Annual Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship in Kelowna, BC, following an opening draw … Continue reading

Host Cornwall Curling Club teams win both divisions at Maritime Stick Ch’ships

The Maritime Stick Curling Championships, featuring the top curlers from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and PEI in the two-person per team sport of Stick Curling, wrapped up Sunday afternoon at the Cornwall Curling Club, with teams from the host club … Continue reading

Snow, Lenentine, and Carver win U13 Ch’ship divisions in Alberton (Updated)

The PEI Under 13 Curling Championships wrapped up Sunday at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, with the 9:30 am semi-finals and 1 pm finals for the A, B, and C divisions of this “Open” event, which means there … Continue reading

Entry deadline is Monday for Doubles Curling Bonspiel at Silver Fox. Room for lots more teams

Don’t forget the Doubles Bonspiel next weekend. Sign up sheet comes down Monday. They have 10 teams so far. Lots more room. Sponsored by Summerside Chrysler Dodge. … Continue reading

PEI Curling Hall of Fame nomination deadline is April 30, 2019

    The PEI Curling Hall of Fame and Museum deadline for nominations for the next Induction Ceremony is April 30, 2019. The public is invited to nominate outstanding curlers, builders, and teams who have excelled in the sport of … Continue reading

Sunday semi-finals and finals set at U13 in Alberton, with Snow, Lenentine, and Carver earning byes to finals

The 9:30 am Sunday semi-finalists for the A, B, and C division Championship rounds have been determined at the Provincial Under 13 Open Curling Championships at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, with the winners facing off in the … Continue reading

Photos from Maritime Stick Curling Ch’ships at Cornwall

Here are photo galleries from draws four and five at the Maritime Stick Curling Championships, which got underway Friday morning at the Cornwall Curling Club. Click on a photo to enlarge, then use arrows to go ahead/back. Draw 4: Draw … Continue reading

Celebration of Life on Saturday for Curl for Cancer founder Carole Kennedy

Posted to the late Carole Kennedy’s Facebook page via her granddaughter Catherine Greer: Celebration of life for my grandmother (Carole Kennedy) will be at the Charlottetown Curling Complex on Saturday March 16th from 2 pm to 4 pm in Charlottetown PEI, … Continue reading

Reminder: Annual Labatt Meltdown starts April 12 in Crapaud

The annual Labatt Meltdown, sponsored by Labatt, along with Harvey’s Clover Farm and MacDonald’s Excavation will be held at the Crapaud Community Curling Club April 12th – 14th. Entry is $160 per team. Skip and third must be of the … Continue reading

PEI teams and/or players competing in Canadian Collegiate, University, Mixed Doubles plus U18, U25 Mixed Dbls Test events in Fredericton starting Friday (Curling Canada/Curl PEI)

Three Canadian curling championships plus two test events get underway Friday in Fredericton, N.B. Willie O’Ree Place in Fredericton, N.B., will host the 2019 U SPORTS-Curling Canada Championships, Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association-Curling Canada Championships and Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship this … Continue reading

Maritime Stick Ch’ships start Friday morning in Cornwall: First names now added to player rosters

The 2019 Maritime Stick Curling Championship, featuring the top teams from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island in the 2 person sport of Stick Curling, takes place March 15-17 at the Cornwall Curling Club in Cornwall PEI. There … Continue reading

Safe Sport Summit – reminder

Sport PEI and the Coaching Association of Canada are hosting a Safe Sport Summit on Friday, March 29. This working summit, part of a Safe Sport Summit Series which will be held throughout the country, is a half day collaborative … Continue reading

Play begins Friday evening in PEI Under 13 Curling Ch’ship in Alberton

The Western Community Curling Club in Alberton will play host to Curl PEI’s championship event for its youngest curlers — those under the age of 13 years, from March 15-17. This is an “open” event with any combination of boys … Continue reading

Charlottetown team begins play Saturday in annual Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Ch’ship

The rink of Alan Brown, Will Callbeck, Mike MacRae, and Winston Bryan, from the Charlottetown Fire Department, won the Provincial Firefighters Curling Championship in January at the Montague Curling Rink, and will represent PEI firefighters at the 60th Annual Canadian … Continue reading

Curl PEI is extending age, entry deadline for Youth Jamboree in Ch’town

Curl PEI is looking for registrations for the Youth Jamboree Day on March 23 at the Charlottetown Curling Club.  Originally this event was a U13 event, but they are opening it up to anyone born on or after July 1, … Continue reading

Guest opinion in the PEI Guardian from PEI curler/coach Al Ledgerwood : Birt rink wins against all odds

The accomplishment of the Suzanne Birt rink at the recent Scotties was incredible. It’s equivalent is having the UPEI Hockey Panthers beat the Leafs and the Flyers in a round robin tournament. P.E.I. skip Suzanne Birt directs the sweep as … Continue reading

Mitchell Schut foursome repeats as PEI Under 18 Boy’s Champs

The Mitchell Schut team from the host Cornwall Curling Club had two chances to repeat as PEI Under 18 Boy’s champs on Monday, but they only needed the first game, defeating the Chase MacMillan squad from the Charlottetown Curling Complex … Continue reading

Team Ferguson goes undefeated to repeat as PEI U18 Girl’s Champs, Team Schut is one win away from repeat Boy’s title

The Lauren Ferguson rink will once again represent PEI at the Canadian Under-18  Boys and Girls Curling Championships, this time at the Glen Allan Recreation Complex in Sherwood Park, Alta., from April 2-7, after going undefeated to win the Under … Continue reading

Bottcher ends Gushue’s hopes of 3rd- straight Brier, Gushue, Gallant make 2nd all-star team (Curling Canada)

BRANDON, Man. – A picked rock and a punch-out for four points sent Brendan Bottcher and Team Wild Card (Edmonton) into the semifinal of the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, and ended Brad Gushue and Team Canada’s (St. John’s, … Continue reading

Ferguson one win away from repeat U18 Girl’s title, while Schut wins Boy’s “A”and MacMillan takes the “B”

Having won both the “A” and “B” qualifying finals for the championship round of the modified triple-knockout draw, and advancing directly to the “C” final at 2 pm Sunday, the Lauren Ferguson rink now needs just one win in their … Continue reading

Photo galleries from Draws 4 and 5 at the PEI U18

Here are photo galleries from Draw 4, which includes Team Snow, and Draw 5, which includes Team Ferguson (these teams were not in the Draw 2 gallery from Friday) at the PEI Under 18 Curling Championships. Click a photo to … Continue reading

10 am Saturday “A” Qualifier games set at PEI Under 18 Ch’ships

The first of three boy’s and girl’s qualifier games for the Monday championship round at the PEI Under 18 Curling Championships go Saturday morning at 10 at the Cornwall Curling Club. From left: Liam Kelly, Mitchell Schut, Colin MacKenzie   … Continue reading

PEI U18 Ch’ships – Photo Gallery from Draw 2

Here is a photo gallery from the second draw of the PEI Under 18 Curling Championships being played at the Cornwall Curling Club. All teams except the Lauren Ferguson girl’s team and the Brayden Snow boys team are in the … Continue reading

Cornwall hosting PEI U18 Ch’ships, starting Friday afternoon

The 2019 Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships take place March 8-11 at the Cornwall Curling Club, with five girl’s and three boy’s teams taking part, including defending girl’s champs the Lauren Ferguson team, and reigning boy’s champs the Mitchell Schut … Continue reading

Manitoba scores 3 in 8th end, hangs on for a 7-6 win over PEI, and moves on to Ch’ship Pool at Tim Hortons Brier (Curling Canada)

BRANDON, Man. – They’re wounded and without the record they would like, but Mike McEwen and Team Manitoba are advancing into the Championship Pool at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI. McEwen and his Manitoba mates needed a win … Continue reading

PEI vs Manitoba will be the feature game on TSN at 4 pm Atlantic

John Likely and Team PEI is taking on Mike McEwen and Team Manitoba in the Feature Game of the final Preliminary Round draw at 4 pm Atlantic Time on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5. The PEI squad sit at 1-5 … Continue reading

Montague looking for 1 more team for Annual Fair Isle Ford Men’s Funspiel on March 8-9

Montague is looking for one more team for this event. Contact them immediately if you are interested. The annual Fair Isle Ford Men’s Funspiel takes place March 8-9 at the Montague Curling Rink. $140/team entry fee guarantees three games, Saturday … Continue reading

Safe Sport Summit

Sport PEI and the Coaching Association of Canada are hosting a Safe Sport Summit on Friday, March 29. This working summit, part of a Safe Sport Summit Series which will be held throughout the country, is a half day collaborative … Continue reading

N. Ont. determined to follow Jacobs to another Brier title, PEI slips to 1-5 after close loss to Yukon (Curling Canada)

PEI wraps up play against Manitoba at 4 pm Atlantic time on Wednesday. BRANDON, Man. – It’s been six years since Brad Jacobs and his Northern Ontario teammates last won the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, but the 2014 … Continue reading

Sign up now for U12, Junior, and Adult curling camps at Curl Moncton this summer

  Visit CCETraining.ca for the latest info or to register.   DEVELOPMENT CAMP July 21-25, 2019   ADVANCED CAMP July 22-26, 2019 Special High Performance Guest – Brad Jacobs (Olympic Gold Medalist, Brier Champion, World Silver Medalist, 4X Grand Slam Winner) Adam … Continue reading

Surf n’ Curl in Moncton in August

Sleeman presents/présente Surf n’ Curl at Curl Moncton August 16-18 août, 2019 Deadline for entry/ Register online/ Date limite d’inscription: Inscrivez-vous en ligne August 2 août, 2019 curlmoncton.ca Surf n’ Curl $220/team guarantees 3 games Cheques payable to/Les chèques payables … Continue reading

Largest Grand Slam event, including Atlantic Canada teams, coming to Pictou County NS Nov. 5-10 (Grand Slam)

(by Jonathan Brazeau) Save the dates, the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling schedule is set for the 2019-20 season. Locations are also locked down for five of the six events in the series featuring the world’s best men’s and women’s … Continue reading

Cornwall hosting PEI U18 Ch’ships, starting Friday afternoon

The 2019 Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships take place March 8-11 at the Cornwall Curling Club, with five girl’s and three boy’s teams taking part, including defending girl’s champs the Lauren Ferguson team, and reigning boy’s champs the Mitchell Schut … Continue reading

Jamie Newson team repeats as PEI Mixed champs, beating Tyler MacKenzie rink in final again this year

In a repeat of last year’s final, the Jamie Newson rink from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown curling clubs beat the Tyler MacKenzie foursome from Charlottetown, this time by a 9-2 score, on Tuesday morning to win the PEI Mixed … Continue reading

Brier: Record-tying comeback gives Team Wild Card key win, PEI slips to 1-2 with loss to Sask. (Curling Canada)

BRANDON, Man. – Brendan Bottcher and Team Wild Card scored one in the 11th end to cap off a record-tying comeback with a 9-8 win over Mike McEwen of Manitoba in a roller-coaster game at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by … Continue reading

PEI Mixed Curling: Championship Round postponed until Tuesday

Due to the impending storm, the Championship Round of the PEI Mixed Curling Championship being played at the Montague Curling Club has been postponed to Tuesday, with the same draw times. … Continue reading

Curl for Cancer founder Carole Kennedy dies suddenly in Florida (Guardian)

The founder of Curl for Cancer, a fundraising effort that started in Charlottetown in 1984 and which has spread to curling clubs around the globe, has died. Carole Kennedy – photo from her Facebook page, dated February 17 Carole Kennedy … Continue reading

Team Wild Card gets win over Team PEI at the Brier in Brandon (Curling Canada)

Brendan Bottcher and Team Wild Card (1-1, Edmonton) responded to giving up three in the third end to John Likely and Team PEI (1-1, Charlottetown) by scoring four in the fourth and stealing four more in the fifth en route … Continue reading

MacKenzie scores triple in final end to win PEI Mixed “C” Qualifier

Going into the final end, it was looking like the PEI Mixed Curling Championship in Montague might not be needing the Monday Championship Round. The defending champion Jamie Newson  rink from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown curling clubs was up … Continue reading

Stick Curling Tour Tues. stop in Alberton cancelled due to ice plant issues

  The PEI Stick Curling Tour event scheduled for Alberton on Tuesday March 5 has been cancelled due to an ice plant breakdown. Stick Curl PEI will attempt to reschedule it for a later date.   … Continue reading

Newson rink one win away from repeat PEI Mixed ch’ship title, while MacKenzie needs to win 3 in a row.

There are a maximum of three games left in the PEI Mixed Curling Championship at the Montague Curling Rink, and a win in any one of them —  the “C” final at 2 pm Sunday and the two championship games, … Continue reading

Curling Canada Media Scrum with John Likely after PEI wins Brier opener

Here is the Draw One media scrum at the Tim Hortons Brier in Brandon. Among those interviewed is PEI skip John Likely, who picked up an opening draw win over Newfoundland and Labrador. John’s interview starts at the 2:05 mark.. … Continue reading

Defending champion Jamie Newson wins A and B qualifier games at PEI Mixed

(With correction of winner of one game, due to a scoring issue). The defending champion Jamie Newson rink from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown curling club is on the right track for a possible repeat win at the PEI Mixed … Continue reading

Nova Scotia’s Team Cally Moore beats Team NB to win bronze in Canada Games curling (Global)

Nova Scotia’s women’s curling team will be leaving Red Deer with some hardware. The team – comprised of Taylour Stevens, Cassidy Currie, Cate Fitzgerald and skip Cally Moore — defeated Team New Brunswick on Saturday to take home bronze at … Continue reading

PEI wins their Opening Game at the Tim Hortons Brier in Brandon

Team Prince Edward Island, skipped by John Likely, is off to a great start at the Tim Hortons Brier in Brandon Manitoba, winning their opening game 5-4 over the Newfoundland and Labrador rink, skipped by Andrew Symonds.  The PEI squad … Continue reading

PEI’s Preliminary Round schedule at the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier in Brandon Manitoba

Teams are split into two pools and play seven games in the preliminary round. The top four teams in each pool advance to the championship round. Atlantic times. Click on the link to view game results: Draw Starts at Day … Continue reading

Blanchard and defending champion Newson advance to 10 am Sat. PEI Mixed Qualifier #1

  The first of three section qualifier matches in the modified triple knockout Provincial Mixed Curling Championship goes Saturday at 10 am at the Montague Curling Rink, with defending champion Jamie Newson and his Silver Fox and Charlottetown Curling Club … Continue reading

Semi-finals set at Canada Games

Team PEI wrapped up play with the round robin on Friday at the Canada Games in Red Deer, with six boy’s and six girl’s teams moving on to the playoff round. In the girl’s section, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick … Continue reading

Profiles for PEI Players at the Tim Hortons Brier (Curling Canada)

From the event’s Media Guide, here are the profiles for PEI players at the Brier, including Brett Gallant from Team Gushue BRETT GALLANT (Team Gushue) POSITION: Second AGE:    28 (February 18, 1990, Charlottetown)           LIVES:         St. John’s, N.L. FAMILY:    Partner Jocelyn … Continue reading

PEI curling teams wrap up round robin play at the Canada Games

At the Canada Games in Red Deer, PEI’s Lauren Ferguson girl’s team won their final round robin game against NB by an 8-5 score, while the Mitchell Schut boy’s rink lost theirs 7-4, despite starting with a single steal and … Continue reading

Final PEI Canada Games round robin curling matches, against NB at noon today, to be live streamed

Both PEI curling teams picked up wins in Thursday’s 1 pm Atlantic time draw against the Northwest Territories at the Canada Games in Red Deer, with the Lauren Ferguson girl’s rink blanking the NWT team by a 10-0 score, and … Continue reading

Eight teams to compete for PEI Mixed title, starting this afternoon in Montague

The Curl PEI Provincial Mixed (fours) Curling Championship will take place March 1-4 2019 at the Montague Curling Rink, with eight teams, representing five curling clubs, taking part. Both the defending Jamie Newson team from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown … Continue reading

Giant lobster at Canada Games spreading Island cheer (CBC PEI)

P.E.I. has its own personal mascot Tony Davis · CBC News · Katherine Elsinga is wading her way through the sea of people at the Canada Games — all while dressed as a lobster, spreading Island cheer. Elsinga’s son, Colin MacKenzie, is curling for Team P.E.I. … Continue reading

Schut picks up 1st win, Ferguson improves to 3-6 record, against NWT at Canada Games

Both PEI curling teams picked up wins in today’s 1 pm Atlantic time draw against the Northwest Territories at the Canada Games in Red Deer, with the Lauren Ferguson girl’s rink blanking the NWT team by a 10-0 score, and … Continue reading

Ferguson team picks up their 2nd win, PEI rinks play NW Territories at 1 today at the Canada Games

There are only two round robin games left at the Canada  Games in Red Deer Alberta for PEI’s Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut curling teams — against the Northwest Territories at 1 pm today, and at 12 noon on Friday … Continue reading

Youth Jamboree entry Deadline is Saturday

The final Curl PEI entry deadline of the season is Saturday, March 2nd, for the Youth Jamboree, to be held March 23 at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. Entry fee is $40. This fun event is aimed at curlers under age … Continue reading

Annual Labatt Meltdown starts April 12 in Crapaud

The annual Labatt Meltdown, sponsored by Labatt, along with Harvey’s Clover Farm and MacDonald’s Excavation will be held at the Crapaud Community Curling Club April 12th – 14th. Entry is $160 per team. Skip and third must be of the … Continue reading

Peter Gallant wins Coach of the Year award at annual Sport PEI awards banquet (Sport PEI)

Sport PEI hosted the 45th Annual Amateur Sport Awards on Tuesday February 26 at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall.   The major award winner of the night was Hartsville’s Mark Arendz who competed in his third Paralympic Games in 2018 and … Continue reading

Silver Fox women, Charlottetown men heading to national Curling Club Ch’ship (Journal)

O’LEARY — The Silver Fox women and the Charlottetown men will represent P.E.I. at the national curling club championships. Bill Smith, representing the P.EI Curling Association and Amy MacMillan, right, president of the Maple Leaf Curling Club, congratulate the P.E.I. … Continue reading

Ferguson loses in extra to go to 1-5, Schut looking for win today against 4-loss teams at the Canada Games

It was a two-loss day on Tuesday for both the Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut rinks at the Canada Games in Red Deer. Ferguson scored a deuce in the eighth to force an extra end in her game against Alberta, … Continue reading

Tim Hortons Brier gets underway Saturday in Brandon, with John Likely team representing PEI (Curling Canada)

A Prairie rivalry will be renewed when the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, kicks off Saturday at Westoba Place in Brandon, Man. The host Manitoba team, skipped by Brandon-born Mike McEwen, will take on Saskatchewan’s Kirk Muyres of … Continue reading

Canada Games: PEI’s Ferguson rink picks up 1st win, while Schut has close game, both against Saskatchewan

The PEI curling teams had two very close games against Saskatchewan at the Canada Games in Red Deer this evening, with the Lauren Ferguson girls’ team picking up their 1st win of the event, by a 4-3 score to improve … Continue reading

Silver Fox Women, Charlottetown Men win PEI Curling Club Ch’ships

(MLCC photo L-R): Dennis Watts, Erik Brodersen, Andrew MacDougall, Doug MacGregor, Miranda Ellis, Lindsey Spencer, Darcee Birch, Melissa Morrow Men’s The PEI Curling Club Championships wrapped up Monday afternoon at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary with the Dennis … Continue reading

PEI Canada Games teams drop afternoon games vs. Manitoba. 8 pm Atlantic games vs. Sask. to be livestreamed

PEI’s curling representatives at the Canada Games in Red Deer Alberta are still looking for their first wins after three draws, following losses to Manitoba this afternoon. The Island rinks face Saskatchewan at 8 pm Atlantic, with both games scheduled … Continue reading

Eight teams to compete for PEI Mixed title, starting Friday in Montague

The Curl PEI Provincial Mixed (fours) Curling Championship will take place March 1-4 2019 at the Montague Curling Rink, with eight teams, representing five curling clubs, taking part. Both the defending Jamie Newson team from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown … Continue reading

PEI Curling Club Ch’ships: Monday draws going ahead as scheduled

Weather warnings have ended for Prince and Queens counties. Today’s draws, which begin at 10 am, will go as scheduled for the PEI Curling Club Championships, taking place at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary. … Continue reading

Championship round set at PEI Curling Club Championships

Following the completion of Round Robin play on Sunday, the Championship Round gets underway at 10 am on Monday, weather permitting, at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary. In the men’s section, the Charlottetown Curling Club team, skipped by … Continue reading

PEI Canada Games Curling Teams 0-2 after opening day

  PEI’s Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut rinks lost their two opening draws on Sunday at the Canada Games in Red Deer Alberta. In the 1 pm Atlantic opening draw, Ferguson was trailing 5-1 after four ends with Ontario taking … Continue reading

Brayden Snow and Rachel MacLean teams go undefeated to win PEI Under 16 Championships

The Brayden Snow rink from the host Silver Fox Curling Club, and the Rachel MacLean team from the Cornwall Curling Club both went undefeated with 5-0 win-loss records this weekend to win the provincial Under 16 Curling Championships. Snow, backed … Continue reading

Schut and Ferguson rinks begin Canada Games play at 1 pm Atlantic today

After a few delays from the originally-scheduled Saturday departure time in Charlottetown, the Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut teams arrived at the Canada Games in Red Deer Alberta, and are set to begin play against Ontario at 10 am Alberta … Continue reading

Charlottetown Men, Silver Fox Women remain undefeated at PEI Curling Club Ch’ships

Round robin play concludes on Sunday in both the Men’s and Women’s divisions of the PEI Curling Club Championships, being played at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary, with teams from all seven PEI curling facilities taking part in … Continue reading

MacLean and Snow advance to U16 finals

There are two games left, at 10 am and 2 pm Sunday in both the Boys’ and Girls’ events, as the PEI Under 16 Curling Championships wrap up at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside. File photo: Team Snow … Continue reading

Maritime Stick Ch’ship in Cornwall needs two more women’s teams

The Maritime Stick Curling Championship is set for the Cornwall Curling Club, from March 15-17. After receiving information from NB and NS, it has been determined that they are two teams short of their quota for the women’s division. The … Continue reading

Clean sweep for Cornwall Stick Curlers at the Vogue Optical 55+ Games

    The Vogue Optical 55+ Games stick curling competition wrapped up on Friday at the Charlottetown Curling Complex, with teams from the Cornwall Curling Club winning all the medals. Here is a list of the medallists: Mixed/Men’s GOLD: Alva … Continue reading

PEI’s run ends at Scotties after dropping two one-point decisions on Friday (Journal)

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. —  P.E.I.’s run at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts came to an end on Friday night. Prince Edward Island skip Suzanne Birt looks on after taking a shot against Team Ontario at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts … Continue reading

Birt out after close loss to N. Ont. as playoff spots are set at Scotties Tournament of Hearts (Curling Canada)

SYDNEY, N.S. – With their one-day hiccup behind them, Chelsea Carey and Team Alberta put up another victory in the final draw of the Championship Pool on Friday to move into the Page playoff 1-2 game at the 2019 Scotties … Continue reading

Snow and MacLean undefeated after Opening Day of U16 Ch’ships at the Fox

The Provincial Under 16 Curling Championships, with three boy’s rinks and five girl’s teams taking part, got underway Friday at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside, with two draws completed. File photo: Brayden Snow The host club’s Brayden Snow … Continue reading

Ch’town and Montague men, Sil. Fox, Crapaud and Cornwall women unbeaten after Curling Club Ch’ship Day One

Three draws have been played at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary as the PEI Curling Club Championship got underway on Friday, with men’s teams from all seven dedicated PEI curling facilities, and women’s rinks from six of the … Continue reading

Curling Day in Canada T-Shirt

  Join the millions of curlers and curling enthusiasts that are celebrating just how remarkable it is to be a part of the Canadian curling community.  Showcase the sport you love and the community that you are so proud to be a part … Continue reading

Scotties: Birt bounces back to defeat Alberta’s Carey, plays final 2 ch’ship round games today (Journal)

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. —  P.E.I.’s Suzanne Birt rink bounced back in a big way Thursday night. Suzanne Birt – photo by Clement Roy After losing 9-8 to British Columbia’s Sarah Wark on a measurement in the afternoon, Birt, third stone Marie … Continue reading

Silver Fox hosting 2019 PEI Under 16 Curling Ch’ships, starting this afternoon

Click for End-by-end Event Results Event website: peicurling.com/under1620182019 The 2019 U16 Championships, with three boy’s and five girl’s teams taking part, will be contested at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside from February 22-24. There will be new champions this … Continue reading

PEI Curling Club Ch’ships start this morning in O’Leary

 Click for end by end event results The 2019 PEI Curling Club Championships, featuring the winning men’s and women’s teams from individual club playdowns, take place February 22-26 at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary. All seven dedicated PEI … Continue reading

PEI Curling Ch’ships deadline reminder: U13 deadline is today (Friday)

Curlers are reminded of the following Curl PEI Provincial Championship and event entry deadlines coming up in February and early March. February 22 is the entry deadline for the PEI Under 13 Open (teams can be any combination of male … Continue reading

Three teams tied atop Scotties standings at 7-2, Birt 6-3 after beating Alberta, heading into final day of Ch’ship Pool day (Curling Canada)

SYDNEY, N.S. – Parity at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts continued to be a focal point Thursday with three teams now tied atop the standings and no team in the Championship Pool eliminated going into the final two draws. … Continue reading

Vogue Optical 55+ Games: Regular Curling Results

Regular curling wrapped up Wednesday at the Vogue Optical 55+ Games, with curling taking place at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. Stick curling began on Thursday. Here are the regular curling winners: CURLING Curling Men’s GOLD: Team MacDonald SILVER: Team Arsenault … Continue reading

PEI Curling Teams depart Saturday for the Canada Games

The Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut teams from the Cornwall Curling Club will be heading to the Canada Games in Red Deer Alberta on Saturday morning. Both teams got together at the Cornwall club recently for a game together, and … Continue reading

Measurement decides P.E.I.-B.C. game at Scotties Tournament of Hearts (Journal)

Birt rink faces Alberta’s Chelsea Carey on Thursday night SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. — A measurement decided the game between Prince Edward Island’s Suzanne Birt rink and British Columbia’s Sarah Wark at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Sydney, N.S., on Thursday … Continue reading

PEI, and possibly national, curling history to be made this weekend with 1st all-stick team in non-stick-specific provincial ch’ship (Journal)

 ALBERTON, P.E.I. —  Stick curling is going mainstream at this weekend’s P.E.I. provincial curling club championships. A team from the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton is about to make provincial and possibly national curling history in being the first … Continue reading

Birt rink begins play in ch’ship round at Scotties with 2 games on Thursday (Journal)

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. —  P.E.I.’s Suzanne Birt will begin play in the championship round of the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Thursday. Suzanne Birt (Clement Roy photo) Birt completed round-robin play 5-2 (won-lost) after losing 7-3 to Saskatchewan’s Robyn Silvernagle … Continue reading