Updated Monday, February 20, 2017
LCA McCallum Filly
The McCallum Filly Champions, pictured above, are from Navy: Stephanie McClennan(skip), Mary Chamberlain, Marianne Winchester, and Karen Martin. The runner-up was Alexandra Nur, also of Navy. The Hamilton Shield was won by Metcalfe's Sarah Willits and the runner-up was Richmond's Kellie Wier-Burtt. The LCA Championship game between District 1 and District 2 will be held in Prescott March 18, 2017.
Gore School Curling Provincials
Markham High School won the boys event in
The Gore Schoolboy
& Schoolgirl Provincial Championships
in Perth February 15-18. Kingston lost in the
semi final. A.N. Meyers SS of Niagara Falls won the
girls' event. Cassandra Allen of Vankleek Hill won the
The VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships started Thursday in Korea. Representing Canada are Kristen Streifel of Alberta and Tyler Tardi of BC. Canada is leading the standings in the women at 4-1 and is in third place in the men at 3-2. The broadcast schedule on youtube is here... 1400 Korean Time is midnight EST.
Fundraiser at City View
Water Colour Paint Afternoon at City View on Monday
February 20 from 2 pm until 5 pm.
Final qualifiers for Brier
The list of the participating teams in the 2017 Tim Hortons Brier in St John's was finalized this weekend. Read the whole story here...
Academy of Curling in September
City of Ottawa Men's Bonspiel
Congratulations to Howard Rajala, Rich Moffatt, Chris
Fulton and Paul Madden of Rideau on winning the Senior
Men's Provincials in Lindsay.
Colts & Trophy
The Colts & Trophy Provincial Qualifiers were this
weekend. Bill Woods of Russell and Mark McDonald of
Cataraqui advance to the provincials
Joe Pavia's Column
Read this week`s curling column in the Ottawa Sun by Joe Pavia here...
Governor Generals/Lady Tweedsmuir
It was all Quebec at the finals of the Branch Governor General's Trophy and the LCA Lady Tweedsmuir. Ormstown Curling Club (skips Simon Rember and Scott McClintock) defeated Dalhousie Lake (Bill Woods Jr. and John Wilson). Glenmore (Nancy Harvey and Laura Thomas) defeated Richmond (Jennifer Langley and Shirley Reddick). The women's game went down to the wire, an exciting show for the crowd who braved the snow.
CurlON Events last weekend
Spencer Cooper and Gary Rowe, both of Ottawa
Curling Club and L. Freeman of Kingston and Jennifer
Harvey of Belleville advanced to Intermediate Provincials March 1-5 in
Men's Draw |
Sport Tourism Awards
The 2016 Tim Hortons Brier has been nominated for the CSTA Canadian Sport Event of the Year Award. Winners will be announced on March 21 at the CSTA's annual Sport Events Congress at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa. Read more here..