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 year. Defending champions Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut from Cornwall are competing in the Canada Games in Alberta.
(Boy’s games in green)
|Date||Time||Draw||Ice 1||Ice 2||Ice 3||Ice 4||Ice 5||Ice 6|
|M – Team Shaw||Kyle MacDonald||Montague Curling Club||Montague, PEI|
|M – Team Snow||Shelley MacFadyen||Silver Fox Curling Club||Summerside, PEI|
|M- Team MacMillan||David MacFadyen||Charlottetown Curling Complex||Charlottetown, PEI|
|W – Team Carver||Robert Carver / Tracy Maclean||Montague Curling Club||Montague, PEI|
|W – Team Lenentine||Robbie Lenentine||Cornwall Curling Club||Cornwall, PEI|
|W – Team MacLean||Carl Nicholson||Cornwall Curling Club||Cornwall, PEI|
|W- Team Jack||Aleya Quilty||Cornwall Curling Club||Cornwall, PEI|
|W- Team Rochford||Amanda Colter||Silver Fox Curling Club||Summerside, PEI|
a. Competitors will be a maximum of 15 years of age on June 30 of the year prior to the competition.
b. Teams must consist of no less than 4 males or 4 females.
c. All teams must have an adult coach or Chaperone on-site for each game. Minimum certification is not required to access field of play.
a. Games will be eight (8) ends.
b. Tied games will be decided by extra end(s).
a. Time clocks will not be used.
b. A mandatory 5-minute break will take place at the conclusion of the fourth end.
a. Each team is allowed two 90 second timeouts per game.
b. Timeouts must be called clearly from the playing surface.
c. Only the coach of the team calling the timeout may go to the away end. The other may only meet their team at the home end. Both coaches should go out and come in together.
d. If an extra end(s) is required, each team will be allowed a ninety (90) second timeout during the extra end(s).
a. Teams are asked to be ready 30 minutes prior to game time for the coin toss for choice of 1st or 2nd practice OR rock colour. Failure to be present means you forfeit both.
b. Practice will be 9 minutes OR 8 rocks, up and back, whichever comes first.
a. First end hammer will be skill based.
b. Last stone advantage (hammer) will be decided by a draw to the button (last stone draw – LSD) following each team practice.
c. Each team member must deliver 1 LSD before any team member can deliver a second.
d. Within one (1) minute of the pre-game practice a player from the team will throw a stone (full sweeping allowed) and the closest to the button between the two teams will receive the last stone advantage in the first end.
e. The draw to the button will be played toward the home end.
f. If a team records a distance of 0.0 or 185.4, a second person from that team will deliver a draw to the button.
a. All measurements for points will be done by the teams involved.
b. If teams involved cannot decide, signal for an umpire to measure.
a. The U16 will be held the last weekend in February or the first weekend in March whichever the host club has to offer.
b. There must be an official at all draws.