Updated Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

McCallum Filly

Nineteen teams participated in the LCA McCallum-Filly/Hamilton Shield Competition for U7 years curling at North Grenville. The McCallum-Filly Winners, pictured above are Navy's Liz Marshall(skip), Monique Comeau, Katie Kelly and Sarah Taylor. Runner-up was Arnprior's Amy Scholten. The Hamilton Shield Winner was Sarah Willits of Metcalfe, defeating Jaynie Coulterman of Manotick. The two winning teams play in the Championship game against District 1 (Quebec) on March 11 in Ormstown.

Richmond Community Bonspiel

To celebrate the town of Richmond’s 200th Anniversary, Richmond Curling Club is hosting a community bonspiel - March 15-17th. A Junior Bonspiel will run on March 16th daytime. All winners will play on Saturday March 17th in a championship game to claim bragging rights for the next 100 years. Everyone is welcome to enter. See the bonspiel page for more information.

City of Ottawa Bonspiel

A few spots are still available in the Open, Senior and Senators division of the Alexander Keith's City of Ottawa Men's Bonspiel, March 14-18, 2018.  Register online before February 24.

Governor Generals/Lady Tweedsmuir


Dalhousie Lake Curling Club, skipped by John Wilson and Bill Woods Jr. won the 2018 Governor General's Trophy against Ormstown Curling Club. It was redemption over last year. Presenting the trophy is Major Nic St-Amant, Senior Aide-de-camp to the Governor General of Canada. With John Wilson is Andy Hall, Jim Slinger and Ken Wilson. Will Bill Woods is Bill Sr., Rob Kennedy and Don Chassé.

Teams from the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club skipped by Carol Lawless and Sandy Mazzotta won the Lady Tweedsmuir Trophy over Lacolle Curling Club. With Carol are Lorna Dewan, Kitty Darch, Meredith Curren.  With Sandy are Lorie White, Lynne Williamson, Barb Baldock

Arnprior Celebrating 150th

Arnprior Curling Club is celebrating its 150th by holding an arena ice cash bonspiel at the Nick Smith Centre April 19-21. See the bonspiel page for details.


 

Quebec Senior Champions

Pictured below are the Quebec Senior Men's Champions from Buckingham Curling Club. Skip Ted Butler, Rick Faguy, JP Croteau, and Michel Laroche. They will represent Quebec at the Everest Canadian Senior Championships March 19-24 in Stratford.

Olympic Curling on Television

Team Homan is 3-4 and Team Koe 5-3. Scores and standings are on Curlingzone. The TV schedule - olympics.cbc.ca
Tuesday 7:05 pm women Canada vs Great Britain
Wednesday 12:05 am men Canada vs Denmark
6:05 am women Canada vs Russia

Intermediates

Provincial Intermediates Qualifier A was at Brockville last weekend. List of teams Jennifer Harvey of Cornwall and Lisa Freeman of Garrison won the women's side. Leo Buckley of Deep River and Terry Litchy of North Grenville won the men's. Men's Draw  |  Women's Draw
Winners advance to Gananoque March 14-18

Senior Mixed

Dave Johnston, Brad Shinn and JP Lachance qualified at the Senior Mixed Qualifier 1 at Ottawa Hunt Club draw. Paul Madden, Paul Adams, Team Turcotte, Rick Bachand and David Cormier won Qualifier 2 at Pakenham draw Winners advance to Provincial Qualifier A March 10-11 at Napanee

U18 Mixed and U21 Mixed Doubles

U18 Mixed Provincial Qualifier at Brockville winners were Team Sutherland of Manotick and Team Belliveau of Rideau. Provincial is March 8-11 at Oshawa.
U21 Mixed Doubles Provincial Qualifier A last weekend in Alexandria: Sierra Sutherland/Thomas Ryan of Rideau, Ryan Hahn/Kaleigh MacKay of Rideau, and Jessica Thorne/Sean McCloskey of Granite advance to Huntsville March 30-april 1.

CurlON Senior Challenge

The men's Senior Challenge Round was won by Bob Armstrong of Sarnia and Howard Rajala of Rideau. Colleen Madonia and Jacqueline Harrison won the Women's.The Senior Provincials are at Glendale in Hamilton February 21-25.

U21 OWG Qualifiers

Congratulations to Huntley's Madison Horton and Chris Inglis, pictured below with Coach Jodi Horton and OCA's Gord Stockdale. They won Qualifier A in the U21 Mixed Doubles in Kemptville by defeating Sierra Sutherland and Thomas Ryan stealing 2 in an extra end. Ontario Winter Games are in Orillia from March 1-4.