Championship presented by Kal Tire with a 6-5 win over Brent Yamada. Richard prevailed with a nose hit in the tenth end of the sloppily played Page Playoff third place versus fourth place quarter-final. Richard will face Jim Cotter, who suffered a loss to Neil Dangerfield in the Page Playoff first place versus second place game on Friday night.
It’s been a long time between B.C. men’s curling championships for Neil Dangerfield of Victoria. And he’s making the most of it this week in Vernon.
Now 41, Dangerfield, a laboratory technician for Fisheries and Oceans,
It’s what? Curling art? Oh, Really? At first glance, most people don’t realize they are looking at curling art when they view the creative work of Dean Joanisse. Although his detailed drawings have an evident west coast flavor to them, what is often overlooked by curlers is the imagery of our roaring game within each piece.
The Dominion Northern Ontario Men’s Curling Championship is joining the Playdowns.com Live Blog and Chat this year. Join in for updates and answers to your questions about the action on the ice for select draws and playoffs at the the Fort William Curling Club in Thunder Bay, ON.
At the end of a perfect week, unruffled Andrea Kelly declared she had saved the best for last. The 25-year-old skip from The Gage Golf and Curling Club in Oromocto beat Curling Beausejour’s Sylvie Robichaud 7-2 to win her third straight New Brunswick Scotties Tournament of Hearts provincial women’s curling championship yesterday at the Beausejour in Moncton.
The round-robin action at the New Brunswick Women’s Scotties Championship runs from Wednesday, January 26 to Saturday, January 29 with the final round-robin draw going at 9am at Curling Beauséjour Inc. in Moncton. The top three teams advance to the playoffs with the semi-final scheduled at 8:00pm on Saturday night or Sunday morning at 9:00am if there are a number of tie-breakers. The final is scheduled at 2:30pm on Sunday.