Welcome to the Cornwall Curling Club, located in Cornwall, Prince Edward Island, Canada! Curling is great exercise and a lot of fun! Our club emphasizes the social and recreational aspects of the game (although we’ve had Canadian champs and currently a World champion!) and welcomes both new and experienced curlers. Check out the Info section of our website, or call, email or drop in to see what we have to offer, and why we should be your curling club. Note that we have members from all around Queens County, not just the Town of Cornwall, and boast more members than any other PEI curling facility.
Congrats to our 2019 Canada Games reps – teams Schut and Ferguson!
This is a reminder that Christmas is just over a week away! Don’t forget that the Cornwall Curling Club Pro Shop has a full line of curling supplies at competitive prices for the curler on your shopping list. We stock all the top brands, including Hardline Curling, Asham, Balance Plus, Performance Brush & Curling Wear, Olson, 8-Ender, Tournament/Ultima, Stabilizer, Edge, and Rockwatcher to name a few. We carry quality products, most of which are made right here in Canada. Check out our clearance specials, too!
If you can’t make up your mind, you can purchase a gift certificate, good at the ...
Our Junior/Novice/Little Rocker Christmas party is being held on Sunday December 16 from 1-3 pm. The parents are more than welcome to bring siblings along, and it is a $5-$10 gift exchange. Kellie-Lynn (Junior Coordinator) will be providing the food and drinks for this event!
The annual Seniors/Daytime Curlers Christmas Party is coming up on Tuesday Dec. 18 with a storm date of the 20th. Cost is only $5 with each team playing two 3-end games, and includes lunch of Chinese food and an Ice Cream Sundae. Activities include a 50/50 draw, door prizes, an ugly sweater contest, and entertainment.
Here are the team rosters and the games schedule:
ICE#1 | VS
ICE#2 | VS
ICE#3 | VS
ICE#4 | VS
The annual Kenmac Energy Mixed Funspiel takes place the evening of Friday, January 11, and all day on Saturday the 12th at the Cornwall Curling Club, and is open to Club members, members of other clubs, and to non-members.
Team and single entry on a first come first served basis. Sign up early as this event fills up fast!
Sign up on the sheet at the Club, or email the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your team or name added.
Skip and Mate MUST be of opposite sex.
Each team plays three games of six ends.
Entry fee is $30.00 per person or $120/team.
The teams are set for the men’s and women’s curling event at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta., after the trials concluded Sunday in Cornwall.
On the women’s side, Team Ferguson from the Cornwall Curling Club won the right to represent P.E.I. with a 5-3 win over the Sydney Howatt rink also from Cornwall.
For the men, it’s Team Schut from Cornwall, which scored three in an extra end to beat the Chase MacMillan foursome from Charlottetown 8-5 to win the best-of-five series 3-1.
The Games run Feb. 15-March 3. The curling competition goes Feb. 25-March 2.
The following are the Curl PEI Provincial Championships entry deadlines for the month of December:
Pepsi Juniors (U21)
Location: Charlottetown Curling Club
Date: December 27-31 2018
Entry Deadline: December 10, 2018 (extended from original publication)
Entry Fee: $170 + Participant Fees
PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts (Women’s) and Tankard (Men’s)
Location: Western Community Curling Club (Alberton)
Date: January 9-15 2019
Entry Deadline: December 19, 2018
Entry Fee: $190 per team plus Participant Fees
Enter these events online at PEICurling.com
The annual WPG Jim Sullivan Curling Classic wrapped up Sunday afternoon at the Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club in Saint John NB, with PEI's Suzanne Birt rink and Nova Scotia's Kendal Thompson team taking the top cash prizes back to their home provinces.
File photo of Team Birt (L-R): Michelle McQuaid, Meaghan Hughes, Suzanne Birt, Marie Christianson
Birt beat New Brunswick's Andrea Crawford team 6-4 in the final, scoring three of those points in the final two ends while Thompson edged defending champ Jamie Murphy, also from Halifax, by an 8-7 score, fighting back from a 7-4 deficit by ...
The two PEI curling teams (both from the Cornwall Curling Club) for the Canada Games in Red Deer have now been decided, after another very close game between Cornwall’s Lauren Ferguson and Sydney Howatt girl’s teams, with Ferguson capturing the winner-take-all fifth game of the tied best-of-five series by a 5-3 score. Last rock advantage in the final end and a deuce in the sixth gave Ferguson the edge in this extremely close game, with Ferguson blanking the opening end, and the teams trading single points in the other ends. Team Lauren Ferguson will join their Cornwall clubmates, Team Mitchell Schut, ...
Suzanne Birt won the “Battle of PEI” over last year’s event runner-up Veronica Smith in semi-final play this afternoon at the WFG Jim Sullivan Curling Classic in Saint John, and will face Fredericton’s Andrea Crawford in the 3:30 pm final.
Team Birt (file photo)
Smith was leading 6-4 after six ends, but Birt took a single in the seventh, stole one in the eighth, and stole a deuce in the extra end for an 8-6 come-from-behind win. Crawford stole four in the seventh in an 8-1 routing of Erica Cluff, also from Fredericton. PEI’s Melissa Morrow rink, last year's ...
Two very close matches were played this morning at the PEI Canada Games Curling Finals here at the Cornwall Curling Club, with the Mitchell Schut team from Cornwall scoring a triple in an extra end to beat the Chase MacMillan foursome from Charlottetown 8-5 and win the boy’s best of five series 3 games to 1, advancing to the Canada Games, from February 15 to March 3 in Red Deer Alberta.
The girl’s series will go all the way to a winner-take-all fifth game, at 3:30 pm, after the Sydney Howatt foursome, trailing 4-3 coming home without hammer, stole four points ...
Cornwall's Veronica Smith rink, who were last year's runners-up, and went through round robin play undefeated, will be playing another PEI team, skipped by Suzanne Birt, in the noon semi-finals of the WFG Jim Sullivan Curling Classic, which wraps up today in Saint John. Birt had only one loss in the round robin, 7-1 to Smith.
In this morning's quarter-finals, Smith beat Justine Comeau of Fredericton 7-4, while Birt got by Cathlia Ward, now playing in Newfoundland and Labrador, 6-4. Last year's winner, Sylvie Robichaud from Moncton, lost in the quarters, 7-4 to Erica Cluff of Fredericton, who stole a ...
Two out of the three PEI rinks entered in the WFG Jim Sullivan Curling Classic at the Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club in Saint John NB have advanced to this morning's 8:30 quarter-final round.
Team Veronica Smith
The Veronica Smith team, runners-up to Sylvie Robichaud in the event last year, went undefeated, while Suzanne Birt and her team finished second in the same pool, losing only to Smith, by a 7-1 score, and also advance to the money round. Moncton's Robichaud is the only other undefeated team in the women's event. PEI's Melissa Morrow rink, PEI Travelers finalists last ...
Three games have been completed in the best of five Canada Games Finals here in Cornwall for both the girls' and boys' divisions, with Cornwall's Lauren Ferguson rink leading the girl's series two games to one over their clubmates, the Sydney Howatt squad, and Cornwall's Mitchell Schut team leading the boy's series, also two games to one, over Charlottetown's Chase MacMillan foursome. This means that a win in either game on Sunday, at 10 am and 3:30 pm, would send the Ferguson or Schut teams to the Canada Games in Red Deer, while Howatt and MacMillan would have to win ...
Paul Horne, a former Club member who suffered a cardiac event while curling at our Club back in January 2010, has passed away. Paul had been resuscitated with the help of another Club member performing CPR until the paramedics arrived. As a result of that incident, the Club, with the help of monies raised by the Daytime Curlers and donated by Cornwall Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation, purchased an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), and Club staff received training in CPR and use of the AED. A fundraiser, attended by many Club members, was held at the North Shore Community Centre, and ...
The two teams who finished the PEI Canada Games Trials #1 in first place have won their openers at the Canada Games Qualifier Finals here at the Cornwall Curling Club, with Cornwall's Mitchell Schut rink beating Charlottetown's Chase MacMillan team 6-2 in the first game of the boys' best of five series, and the Lauren Ferguson team beating their Cornwall clubmates the Sydney Howatt rink by a 3-1 score in the girls'. Game two in each series goes at 10 am Saturday, with Game three going at 2 pm. Games four and five, if necessary, go Sunday at 10 am and, ...
The first round, sponsored by Pizza Delight, of the Thursday evening single entry mixed league concluded last evening, and was won by the three-person team of (left to right) David O'Connor, Jennifer Lenentine, and Hans Wicki.
There are no PEI rinks in the 18 team, $15,300 total purse men’s section, but three Island teams, including Cornwall’s Veronica Smith rink who made it to the event finals last year, are competing in the 15 team, $5000 total purse women’s division at the Jim Sullivan Curling Classic, Dec. 7-9 at the Thistle St. Andrew’s club in Saint John NB. The other PEI rinks entered are the Suzanne Birt team from Charlottetown, plus the Melissa Morrow rink from Summerside, who were finalists at the PEI Travelers Curling Club Championship last season.
Live results at: http://www.curlingzone.com/event.php?eventid=5358&view=Scores
The annual Seniors/Daytime Curlers Christmas Party is coming up on Tuesday Dec. 18 with a storm date of the 20th, and the signup sheet is filling fast. Cost is only $5 with each team playing two 3-end games, and includes lunch of Chinese food and an Ice Cream Sundae. Activities include a 50/50 draw, door prizes, an ugly sweater contest, and entertainment.
Four Canada Games Training Teams – two boy’s and two girl’s, were selected following Trials #1 last season at the Silver Fox in Summerside. The final selection of one boy's and one girl's team for the 2019 Canada Games in Red Deer will be made with Best of Five series at the Cornwall Curling Club, from December 7-9 2018, with the two winning teams going on to represent PEI at the 2019 Canada Games in Red Deer AB, February 15 until March 3, 2019.
The two boy’s teams playing off are the Mitchell Schut team from Cornwall, and Charlottetown’s Chase ...
The Cornwall Curling Club is selling tickets on a pair of full event packages worth $800 for the 2019 Scotties, February 16-24 at Centre 200 in Sydney NS. Tickets are $5 each, and available at the bar, with a total of 175 tickets being sold. Draw date is January 13.
A special general meeting was held at the Cornwall Curling Club on Tuesday, Dec 4, 2018 to discuss a proposed change to bylaw 2.4.8. Thirty-seven members were present to vote on the proposed changes and it was a unanimous vote in favor of the change. The new bylaw 2.4.8 will read -
(a) shall focus on all training and mentoring programs, such as, but not limited to, Junior Curling, Senior Learn to Curl, Curling Etiquette and any additional Club programs we choose to develop.
Three UPEI engineering students paid a visit to the Club today to do some work on a school project.
You may know Leslie Noye from curling. Also in the group is Hammad Ahmed, and Connor MacEwen.
Photo (L-R): Ahmed, MacEwen, Noye
They hooked up a device to a curling brush to determine the best speed to sweep, using WCF-approved heads. Their device, invented by them, looks like a heart monitor. They also measured the temperature of the ice with a digital thermometer and took heat sensitive pictures. At the fastest sweeping and hardest pressure, the ice warmed 3 degrees! They will be ...
Congratulations to the winners of round one of our Monday evening single-entry mixed, who received gift certificates from sponsor Montana’s BBQ and Bar: Lorianne Davies, Donald Weeks, Rick Neumeyer, and Donna Musto.
L-R: Donald Weeks, Lorianne Davies, Donna Musto, Rick Neumeyer
Murphy’s Ice Queens Funspiel was held on December 1/ 2018 with 8 teams participating.
Matos Winery donated a basket with a bottle of red wine, balsamic vinegar, and other goodies; and there were door prizes on hand as well, including donated pot scrubbers from Shirley Berry.
Winning Currie rink
Each team played 3 six-end games, round robin format. Winners of the event were Karen Currie (who skipped another winning team last year) as well as Joanne Durant, Irene Fraser and Jean Anderson (she was also on the winning team last year). These ladies will have their names inscribed on ...
The Cornwall Curling Club is hosting a Junior Funspiel on Saturday February 9 for curlers in the Under 13 age category. Cost is $10 per person. RSVP by January 11 to Kellie-Lynn Younker at email@example.com
Entry is limited to 16 teams and the event includes pizza, trivia, prizes, and guarantees two four-end games.
We have 4 sheets of Jet Ice, a clubhouse and ice plant (with backup power generator) that were completely replaced in the 2010/2011 season, an Ice King scraper bought new in 2012, ice-house heating and dehumidification, and are wheelchair accessible right down to the ice surface. We have a well-stocked Pro Shop and bar, and access to upstairs banquet facilities.
We’re always looking for new members — stop by or check out our website, and find out why we should be your curling club!
Major Event Dates for 2018-2019 Season
Mixed Doubles: 3 November
US Ladies Tour and Lunch 6 November
Sandra Schmirler Charity Tournament 16-17 November
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